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Temporal Flux
Cat: DWT 011. Rel: 04 Aug 22
Breakbeat
  1. Redshyft (8:20)
  2. Node (6:27)
  3. Inevitable (6:48)
  4. Rechage (6:55)
Review: Following releases by John Shima, Derek Carr, Cignol and Sound Synthesis amongst others, Distant Worlds continue their deep dive into UK techno culture with this record from Inkipak. Inkipak is the pseudonym for Jon Mace, who has released a solid run of albums and EPs since 2020, most notably on the recently revived Mighty Force Records from Devon (home to Aphex Twin's first ever release). Sonically, Mace balances crafty drum editing sensibilities with cinematic composition, creating a melancholic and immensely satisfying strain of headphone fodder. It's an approach which slots right in the B12 style of electronica you commonly find on Distant Worlds, and it marks yet another top drawer drop in the burgeoning Inkipak catalogue.
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Confine EP
Cat: MS 007. Rel: 18 Jul 22
Breakbeat
  1. Confine (6:08)
  2. Outbreak (6:21)
  3. Alastria (7:36)
  4. Omichron (8:03)
Review: Jon Mace is Inkipak, a new name who has impressed with a quick and busy run of releases on labels like Ping Disc, Mighty Force and Glawiio Music. This time out he lands on Magnonic Signals with four more tracks of brilliantly designed and lush techno soundscapes. 'Confine' opens with a far-sighted sense of forlornness over bumpy breaks. 'Outbreak' then cuts lose with plunging bass and starry eyed melodies that take you far off into the cosmos and 'Alastria' continues the voyage with crunchy percussion and bleeping melodies. 'Omichron' is as catchy as the virus it is presumably named after.
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