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out soon: Matter – Dangerous Vision [Black Chrysalis Archives]

December 1, 2017
 

Artist:
Matter

 

Title:
Dangerous Vision

 

Label:
Black Chrysalis Archives

 

Cat#:
BCAI01

 

Release Date:
20th December 2017

 

Format:
vinyl & digital

 

Tracklist:
01.
Colony

02.
Null-O

03.
The Preserving Machine
(r2π Incursion)

04.
Dangerous Vision

 

Press Info:
Matter is Fabrizio Matrone aka Heidseck. After releasing several records produced by labels such as the Ukrainian Kvitnu, Le Petit Machiniste (Germany) and Soviet Media Kontrol (US), Matter joins Black Chrysalis Archives family from Italy with this 4 track work, named “Dangerous Vision”, for the BCA Imago Series.

The record winds through a scratchy and dirty taste of capturing electronic music. In the track A1, A2 and B2, rhythmic elements add to the analog soundscapes similar to the dying urban monsters, sounding like an old tireless hydraulic press from the industrial revolution holing the whole texture. Surgery of noise addomesticates distortions, making these tracks a “must” for power electronics lovers and djs.

r2π (Retina.it, Ruhig and PRG/M) precious collaboration fuses to the work. The track B1 (The Preserving Machine) in fact is part of a ten hand take at Sy6 studio. Impregnated by a more minimalistic and essential approach to think about techno, this track gives to B side a particular deep clubbing techno flavour of European tradition.

 

Listen:

 

Full Track Streaming:
“Null-O”

“Dangerous Vision”

 

Special:
“Imago Series Podcast 001”

 

Buy Vinyl:
Black Chrysalis Archives @ Bandcamp
more soon

 

Buy Digital:
Black Chrysalis Archives @ Bandcamp
more soon

 

Websites:
Matter
Black Chrysalis Archives

 
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