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Push
Push (12")
Cat: MOTE 067. Rel: 02 Jun 23
 
Techno
Outer Bass (5:17)
Push (5:28)
Blow (6:04)
Desire (6:02)
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In From The Night (Reworks & Edits)
Cat: MOTE 064. Rel: 24 Nov 22
 
Techno
In From The Night (Adam Beyer & Wehbba rework) (7:22)
In From The Night (PAS edit) (8:19)
In From The Night (PAS live edit) (5:24)
Review: To celebrate the passing of three decades since the release of his first EP as Planetary Assault Systems, Luke Slater has served up new reworks of the single's most celebrated cut, 'In From The Night'. The first to have a crack at transforming Slater's 1993 original, a throbbing techno stomper rich in alien-sounding electronics and razor-sharp TB-303 motifs, are old pal Adam Beyer and Drumcode regular Webhha. They retain the original's intensity and sweaty techno breathlessness, adding raw, tech-trance style riffs and a grand, big room-ready sound. Over on the flip, Slater provides two tweaks of his own: a classic, build-and-release 'Edit' with added murky noises and extra TB-303 tweakery, and a blisteringly energetic, off-kilter, on-the-fly 'Live Edit' that re-imagines the track as a jumpy, broken techno beast.
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FORTHCOMING
Deep Heet Vol 5
Cat: MOTE 070. Rel: 14 Jun 24
 
Techno
Clap Trap
Sidewinder
Electric Culp
Grid Livers
Review: Planetary Assault Systems' latest offering, Deep Heet Vol 5 on Mote Evolver, marks a powerful return for UK techno luminary Luke Slater's enduring alias. True to form, the release delves into the shadowy depths of the club scene with relentless intensity. Side-1 kicks off with 'Clap Trap,' an otherworldly journey through techno's outer reaches with its uptempo alien soundscape and heavy, percussive beats that evoke a sense of impending destruction on the dancefloor. Following suit is 'Sidewinder,' a relentless banger that embodies the underground ethos with its intense energy and headstrong groove. On Side-2, 'Electric Culp' emerges as a peak-time anthem, its big, bold sound commanding attention and igniting the dancefloor with its pulsating rhythms and infectious energy. Closing the release is 'Grid Livers,' a deeper exploration into the darker realms of techno, with subliminal undertones that captivate the listener and keep them locked in the sonic grip until the very end. With Deep Heet Vol 5, Planetary Assault Systems demonstrates once again his vision of forward-thinking techno, delivering a visceral experience that seamlessly bridges the gap between the studio and the stage.
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Bash Box EP
Cat: MOTE 066. Rel: 03 Apr 23
 
Techno
Bash Box (4:59)
Don't Let Go (5:24)
Koox (6:38)
Sanity Regard (5:28)
Review: Mote Eovler has only ever dealt in serious techno and that's what we get here from Roogunit. Across four fierce tracks various different moods and grooves are offered up. It is the brutal drum patterns and brushed metal textures of 'Bash Box' which open up with urgent siren sounds up top, then 'Don't Let Go' is more fulsome and freaky, with funky drums and dark vocals looping up top. 'Koox' then layers in glassy melodies and silky synths that unravel in linear fashion and 'Sanity Regard' is the eerier and edgy closer. This is some serious techno for those who like it proper.
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Played by: Wes Baggaley
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Speedy & Steve
Cat: MOTE 065. Rel: 01 Feb 23
 
Techno
Reddo (6:45)
Dabler Nine (5:50)
Right Well & Clean (6:45)
Rotor (7:08)
Review: Speedy & Steve are better known as Speedy J and Steve Rachmad - a pair of unquestionable techno titans who come together here and bring all their considerable know-how to a beast of an EP. All four tunes were jammed out live in Speedy's studio then worked into what is presented here. 'Reddo' is a brain-frazzling techno cut with walls of scuzzy synth, while 'Dabler Nine' taps into a more Millsian vibe with its interplanetary synths and pulsing bass. Proving they have endless tricks up their sleeve, 'Right Well & Clean' is a funky looper and 'Rotor' then gets deep, stripped back and heady.
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Played by: Wes Baggaley, Mudrost
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