3 (Remixes) - EP Abstract Division. Listen on Apple Music. Function 4 Remixes, Episode 1 - EP. Planetary Assault Systems. Drained - EP. Shifted. Alien Rain 2 - EP. Alien Rain.
Abstract Division is a long-standing collaboration of Paul Boex and Dave Miller, a Dutch electronic music producer and dj duo. Next to running their label Dynamic Reflection and its sub-label, The Nursery, they also host their DECODE event series. View the full artist profile. A L I C E . Abstract Division Yassine & James Grouper Enkō.
Form And Function Pt. 3. Лицензиар. 12" Vinyl NL. Dynamic Reflection, DREF011. Concluding what has proven to be a nothing short of an epic trilogy, Dynamic Reflection unveils the final instalment in Abstract Divisions Form and Function< series. The crowning piece features one new Abstract Division track, Deformation< and three remixes from Mike Parker, Norman Nodge and the secretive Area Forty One.
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Abstract Division is a collaboration between Paul Boex and Dave Miller. This challenging project sees them focus on the darker side of no-nonsense techno.
For the third instalment of their Form & Function series, Abstract Division deliver "Deformation", a no-nonsense chunk of pulsating warehouse techno, held together with little more than a firm bassline and stiff kick drum. As with the previous releases, heavyweight remix support is offered; Mike Parker's reworking takes the original's throbbing bassline and inverts its energy into a flutter, whilst Norman Nodge's rework highlights the original's rattling snares, turning the bassline into a subtle undercurrent, whilst a serrated rattle builds slowly underneath.