Richard Zepezauer's Nysde label was founded back in 2010 to deliver "timeless techno, true house and beyond". While that's a bold claim, there's certainly something timeless about Kevin Reynolds 2011 release on the label and N Syde's latest is just as impressive. Mobach's "At The Mines of Planet" is particularly spacious, coming on like an effortlessly hypnotic fusion of Motor City futurism and trance-inducing German dub techno. It's the aural equivalent of drifting through space with the sound of tactile techno rhythms ringing in your ears. Reade Truth's "Blessings of Luh" continues the sci-fi theme, layering what sounds like recordings of astronauts and evocative, subdued melodies over a chunky, acid-flecked groove.
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