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Drifting Northward EP
Cat: WU 95. Rel: 16 May 24
Elliptic (7:28)
Focal Zone (5:42)
Axial (6:30)
Focal Zone (Oscar Mulero remix) (5:50)
Review: Claudio PRC is something of a techno legend who has already very much assured his own legacy, but he keeps on coming up with the goods each and every time he steps out. This time that is on the Warm Up label with a stylish and deep EP of classy techno. 'Elliptic' is a sparse and dubby roller with icy pads, 'Focal Zone' then picks up with a more busy percussive line that pans about the mix and comes in and out of focus over rolling beats. 'Axial' is another delightfully deft deep techno cut with only there most scant and wispy synths joining the rolling beats. An Oscar Mulero remix rounds out with more intensity.
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Cat: FS0S 001.
Minimal/Tech House
Claudio PRC - "Uraki"
Agi Thoriu - "Aressi"
Andrea Ferlin - "Hydra"
JARPP - "Su Passu Turrau"
Review: The Future Sound Of Sardinia follow hot on the heels of London, fixing yet one more cog to their prospective time machine with a new V/A compilation. 'Centuconcas' welcomes one contribution each from Claudio PRC, Agi Thoriu, Andrea Ferlin, and Jarpp. Each artist is caught exercising a deeper-into-their-own-pysches dub flavour than usual; PRC's sonic epigraph 'Uraki' is an impressive demonstration, unconsciously driving its sticky chording ricochets unto semi-conscious ears; Thoriu's 'Aressi' follows up with a neat fusion, yielding something between ambient future garage and a deep tribal entrainment; Ferlin's 'Hydra' is far more muted and operational in mood, veering more on lo-fi tech; and to close, Jarpp summons his inner MPC for 'Su Passu Turrau', taking its namesake from a traditional Italian line dance (but in actuality, the track sounds like nothing of the sort, unless we entertain the idea that this is the soundtrack to a line dance beamed in from the future...)
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Systema Naturae III
Cat: 012 06. Rel: 18 Apr 23
Daniel[I] - "Carabus" (6:47)
Alex Tom - "Paradisaea" (7:04)
Kontinum - "Octandria" (6:43)
Mary Yuzovskaya & Claudio PRC - "Marmor" (6:13)
Review: Here is the third and final chapter of the 'Systema Naturae' series on Berlin-based 012, with fresh deep techno visions from newcomers such as Daniel(i) from Belgium (Whispering Signals) who ventures into foreboding and murky territory on the off-kilter journey of 'Carabus', and there's the return of Greek producer Alex Tomb who gets into some hypnotic minimal techno on 'Paradisaea'. Elsewhere, Leipzig-based Kontinum pushes into full mental overdrive on the strobing cut 'Octandria' and finally you have the collaboration between Mary Yuzovskaya and label head Claudio PRC titled 'Marmor' which perfectly nails that ethereal Sound Of Rome vibe.
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Lunae (12")
Cat: 012 08. Rel: 04 Apr 24
Daniel I - "Reflect" (7:44)
Vera Logdanidi - "Satellite" (6:17)
Blazej Malinowski - "Gibbous" (7:19)
Claudio PRC - "Low Tide" (6:42)
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Itria Vol 3
Itria Vol 3 (limited 12")
Cat: PF 005. Rel: 09 Dec 22
Deep House
Interstellar Funk - "Jupiter's Arpeggio" (7:11)
Tamburi Neri - "Oceano Irrazionale" (5:38)
Salamanda - "Morning Magic" (3:29)
Hiver pressents Night Heron - "Thunder" (6:13)
ZIPPO & Claudio PRC - "Nettuno Blu" (6:17)
Review: Previous volumes in Polifonic's multi-artist Itria series have loosely explored the more 'Mediterranean' end of the dance music spectrum, giddily scampering between tracks variously inspired by dream house, Balearica and glassy-eyed nu-disco. There's a more psychedelic tone to this third instalment, with the collected cuts doffing a cap towards cosmic sounds and slow techno. Amsterdam producer Interstellar Funk sets the tone via the chugging beats, throbbing sequenced bass and sun-bright synth melodies of 'Jupiter's Arpeggio', before Tamburi Neri opts for hallucinatory textures, twanging Jew's harp sounds and slow-motion tribal percussion ('Oceano Irrazionali'). Elsewhere, Salamada's 'Morning Magic' is an aural sunrise ritual rich in tribal percussion and drowsy sonic textures, 'Thunder' by Hiver's Night Heron project is a bubbly cosmic throb-job, and Zippo & Claudio PRC's 'Nettuno Blu' is an immersive, ultra-deep dancefloor delight.
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5 Years Of Danza Nativa Pt I
Cat: DN 016PT1. Rel: 13 May 24
Anthony Linell - "Ice Demon" (5:47)
Claudio PRC - "Resina" (6:39)
Luigi Tozzi - "Kamayuk" (version) (6:39)
Daniel I - "Beneath Tension" (7:17)
Review: Danza Nativa has done a great job of establishing its own unique sound in the techno sphere over the last half a decade. Now it marks the occasion of its fifth birthday with a two-part compilation that showcases its avant-garde take on the genre. They tell us that part one has been assembled as a sort of "mental (as in pensive, not deranged) techno album that takes the form of some direct tools for working DJs. Anthony Linell, Claudio PRC, Luigi Tozzi and Daniel[I] are those who step up and explore abstract, drone, deep and plenty in between.
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Are We All Alone Or Just Overwhelmed?
Cat: INNT 003. Rel: 25 May 23
Neel & Blazej Malinowski - "Time Is Relative" (6:03)
Claudio PRC & Blazej Malinowski - "Riddle" (6:43)
Milena Glowacka & Blazej Malinowski - "Equal" (7:09)
Svreca & Blazej Malinowski - "Coincidence" (6:09)
Review: It's rare that more than four artists feature on a single EP, but Berliners Inner Tension have brought that number to five with their latest. Made up of artists who've rubbed shoulders with the likes of Semantica, Spazio, Disponsibl and Pole Group, 'Are We All Alone Or Just Overwhelmed?' sees label boss Blazej Malinowski collaborate with many a fellow producer on the label. It's a steamy deep techno slice-barrage, evidencing a command over minimalism, calm and serenity few others can convey well through the same media.
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