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Cat-No: SMOKE038
Release-Date: 25.02.2022
Genre:Techno
Configuration: 12"

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Synkro - Intersection (00:00) Synkro - Intersection (00:00) 1 Synkro - Intersection
Synkro - Movere (00:00) Synkro - Movere (00:00) 2 Synkro - Movere
Synpal - Reiki (00:00) Synpal - Reiki (00:00) 3 Synpal - Reiki
Biome - Tired (00:00) Biome - Tired (00:00) 4 Biome - Tired
The follow-up compilation from the 10-year celebration back in 2017 continues along with the same energy that Smokin' Sessions are so well known for, offering floaty and uplifting productions with detailed beat work, along with that all-important heavy serving of lower frequencies.?

We hear some absolute classics from names such as Djrum, Geode, Versa & Rowl, Escapism Refuge, Occult, Mercy, and some newcomers to the label in the form of Marenn Sukie & Synpal. There are 5 exclusive, unreleased tracks in total. 2 stunners from Synkro, 1 from Biome, and another 2 from Synpal. Some seriously impressive productions throughout.

The lineage takes us right back to early works, right up until the present day, and showcases some phenomenal music. Its unmistakably Smokin' Sessions and the tracks selected are some of the finest offerings the label has released over its extensive history.

For this incredible Vinyl sampler we hear the 2 exclusive tracks from Synkro ‘Intersection’ & ‘Movere’, Biome’s track ‘Tired’ and a previous gem titled ‘Reiki’ from Synpal.

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Label: Exit Records
Cat-No: EXIT097
Release-Date: 25.02.2022
Genre:Techno
Configuration: 12"

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Cat-No: EXIT097
Release-Date: 25.02.2022
Genre:Techno
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dBridge & Madison Willing - Made In Silence (00:00) dBridge & Madison Willing - Made In Silence (00:00) 1 dBridge & Madison Willing - Made In Silence
dBridge & Madison Willing - Set Me Free (00:00) dBridge & Madison Willing - Set Me Free (00:00) 2 dBridge & Madison Willing - Set Me Free
dBridge & Madison Willing - One Note (00:00) dBridge & Madison Willing - One Note (00:00) 3 dBridge & Madison Willing - One Note
dBridge & Madison Willing - Pulse (00:00) dBridge & Madison Willing - Pulse (00:00) 4 dBridge & Madison Willing - Pulse
Almost a year ago, dBridge reached out after hearing a self released album I made in the summer of 2020. I’ve been a fan of his work since I started listening to electronic music ten years ago, and still stand by a comment I posted stating that Inhibited LP is the best album of 2020. Naturally, I accepted the offer to work together. Over the following three months we exchanged text messages, often, sending music back and forth in an effortless work flow. He challenged the way I thought about music, questioned what the meaning was behind the music, showed me how to develop a small idea into an evolving track, and most of all, treated me with kindness and generosity throughout. There was no sense of ego, we just wanted to create something new. Our styles couldn’t be more different, I’m a film composer who makes ambient/orchestral soundscapes, while his enigmatic ‘talking drums’ are mechanical, dislocated, groovy and continuously mutating. While we compliment each other through our difference, it felt like we shared a similar musical sensibility. And it was completely unspoken; the entirety of our relationship carried out through text messages, the entirety of the album being made in silence.

The benefit of this silent messaging was that the music felt incredibly personal. I revealed that I was going through a break up which left me feeling liberated and free, after a toxic relationship had shattered my confidence. You Set Me Free began with the dark, heavy beat dBridge had sent to me, which inspired me to vocalize how I felt. The vocal sample is an honest voice memo recording of how I felt at the time. dBridge responded by adding a beat at the end of the track after the break, “to represent you moving on.” The chords are hopeful because I was grateful I had my life back. Sometimes the person you think you’ll spend your life with turns out to be the worst thing for you. It was incredibly empowering to realize that I was grateful that this person in my life had said goodbye.

One Note began with a piano part, a whole track constructed from one repeated note. After sending it to dBridge, he gradually built up this evolving distorted break, as if it was revolving around the note. Similarly with Pulse, the strings have this onward moving journey while the metal bowl sample has a lightness that compliments dBridge’s polyrhythmic percussion and bass. Words I would use to describe Pulse are aspirational, progressive and spiritual.

The music video for One Note is apocalyptic. It was filmed just after lockdown, using places of travel as an indicator for our dystopian ‘new normal.’ The video tells the story of someone going on a journey, to a place she remembers and feels nostalgic for, but is gone when she arrives. It’s that feeling of striving toward a goal in life, only to realize when you get there, the destination is not as expected. The filmmaker likes to remain anonymous but goes under the alias name Ruma, and uses old super 8 family videos to create the feeling of nostalgia and memory, combined with the character’s realtime journey.

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Can You Feel Me (Incl. Auto Sound City Remix)
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Cat-No: WOD019
Release-Date: 18.02.2022
Genre:Electro
Configuration: 10"

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Release-Date: 18.02.2022
Genre:Electro
Configuration: 10"

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Iron Blu - Can You Feel Me (00:00) Iron Blu - Can You Feel Me (00:00) 1 Iron Blu - Can You Feel Me
Iron Blu - Can You Feel Me (Auto Sound City Remix) (00:00) Iron Blu - Can You Feel Me (Auto Sound City Remix) (00:00) 2 Iron Blu - Can You Feel Me (Auto Sound City Remix)

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Cat-No: PITPWLS03R
Release-Date: 28.01.2022
Configuration: LP

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Release-Date: 28.01.2022
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36 - All Possible States (00:00) 36 - All Possible States (00:00) 1 36 - All Possible States
Isaac Helsen - Before The Wind (00:00) Isaac Helsen - Before The Wind (00:00) 2 Isaac Helsen - Before The Wind
'Anon 1' was originally released as a very limited Anonymous 12" on Past Inside the Present in 2020, featuring 36 and Isaac Helsen. The idea was to let people hear the music and judge it not on the names behind it, but purely on the quality of the music itself. When it sold out, the label revealed who wrote it. Obviously quite a few 36 & Isaac Helsen fans missed out, so Past Inside the Present repressed the record, but this time with the knowledge of who made the tunes now public.

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Label: Unruh
Cat-No: Unruh03
Release-Date: 03.06.2022
Genre:Techno
Configuration: 12"

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Release-Date: 03.06.2022
Genre:Techno
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Tachyon - Fried (00:00) Tachyon - Fried (00:00) 1 Tachyon - Fried
Tachyon - PCM Dub (00:00) Tachyon - PCM Dub (00:00) 2 Tachyon - PCM Dub
Tachyon - Traffic (00:00) Tachyon - Traffic (00:00) 3 Tachyon - Traffic
Tachyon - Late Chatter (00:00) Tachyon - Late Chatter (00:00) 4 Tachyon - Late Chatter
Following their contributions to Unruh 01 and 02, Tachyon return with four tracks of their own for the Fried EP. After the funky breaks of ‘Fried’, things take a sharp left turn with ‘PCM Dub’ before we shoot into outer space with ‘Traffic’. The tweaked and blissed-out beats of ‘Late Chatter’ finish off the EP in style.

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