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Butterfly Effect
Butterfly Effect (limited clear vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: DDS 010. Rel: 12 Jan 21
  1. Free Access Zone 1 (3:29)
  2. Free Access Zone 2 (9:16)
  3. Free Access Zone 4 (1:28)
  4. Free Access Zone 5 (5:04)
  5. Free Access Zone 7 (4:55)
  6. Waste Land 1 (6:09)
  7. Waste Land 2 (3:23)
  8. Butterfly Effect (11:47)
Review: Since vinyl copies of Shinichi Atobe's debut album Butterfly Effect are still in demand, DDS has decided to offer-up a new clear vinyl pressing of the acclaimed set. It remains one of the mysterious, publicity-shy producer's most magnificent and fully-formed works: a singular musical vision that was released some 13 years after his then sole single, 2001's 'Ship-Scope'. Like much of Atobe's work, it offers a particularly atmospheric musical vision where ambient, off-kilter electronica, deep house and dub techno explorations come together to create one distinctive, otherworldly whole. Butterfly Effect has long been revered in certain circles and listening to this new pressing it's easy to see why.
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 in stock $28.23
Still Strange
Cat: DDS 031. Rel: 06 Nov 19
  1. Oh Um (1:05)
  2. Feels Like Summer (4:17)
  3. Under Shadow (3:36)
  4. Labrico (Alt mix) (9:03)
  5. Another (1:04)
  6. Endless (7:11)
  7. To Return (8:08)
  8. Unknown Future (3:51)
  9. Invium (5:14)
  10. Gothic (2:52)
Review: Orior is a project with roots reaching back to the late 70s. It was picked up on by Demdike Stare's DDS label back in 2016, culminating in the "Strange Beauty" LP. Furtive bedroom studio kosmische styles abound on this follow-up, "Still Strange", which uses brittle drum machine patterns quaking in the echo chamber with raw guitar tones. There's a whiff of Durutti Column about the more forthright tracks, but there's also plenty of space afforded to more abstract, looming ambient pieces too. Steeped in the tradition of DIY post punk and caked in tape hiss, this is an evocative release with the bewitching atmospheric quality you'd expect from a Demdike-approved project.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
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 in stock $17.16


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