Obsolete Machines (Variant Reworks) (2xCDr, Album, Ltd). I love their solo productions but together, they have true, magic, I hope there is more to come from their unified productions!
These versions build on the very essence of the original, but with fathoms-deep layers and subtle tonalities transforming the originals into an ethereal ocean of space and bass.
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Many of the songs featured in this project were initially sent to Rod Modell & Mike Schommer shortly after they launched their brilliant deepchord label in 2001.
Now the time has come for the next archives. This time they consist of three albums labeled "Intepolation Tapes". Hitchell has devoted almost the entire year to recover from old tapes once recorded songs. He used the old samplers, thanks to which the recordings kept their analog aspect. The first CD from the series contains four long songs.
Disc 1 (01:07:53) 1. Etherscapes (Variant Reform) (07:57) 2. Oscillation Range (Variant Redesign) (11:00) 3. Ethersonic (Variant Reshape) (20:57) 4. Soul Rotation (Variant Dub) (20:11) 5. Always Dreaming (Variant Reduction) (07:48).
Ships Free in the . Radius is an alias of Michigan's Stephen Hitchell . Intrustion, and member of Echospace and cv313. release, and showcases what Hitchell does best: giant gusts of ethereal, echoing chords, pumping, billowing basslines, and . Pure audiophile dub techno! Track Listing.
Obsolete machines stage two (2X12 inch, screenprinted sleeve). 2x12" Vinyl UK. Echospace Detroit, RDS-LP-2. Many of the songs featured in this project were initially sent to Rod Modell & Mike Schommer shortly after they launched their brilliant deepchord label in 2001.
In stock now for same day shipping. Obsolete Machines (Stage Two). More unreleased and remastered content from dub techno veteran Steve Hitchell aka Radius' Obsolete Machines and Interpolation Tapes projects. Said to have been restored from cassette live recordings between 1995-2000, the project has been on hiatus since 2001. The demos were initially sent to Rod Modell and Mike Schommer shortly after they launched the label, but passed it on to Octal Records for release.