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  1. The Tropical Year
  2. Raindance
  3. Storm Tree
  4. Dissolving Images
  5. Dust/Mist (feat Simon Crab)
  6. Casting The Runes
  7. Hors De Combat
  8. Invisible Seekers (feat Shawn O' Sullivan)
  9. Crow
  10. Things About To Disappear
  11. Make Words Split & Crack
Review: Three years have passed since Alessandro Adriani impressed with his debut album, an industrial, EBM, techno and neo-trance inspired set that marked the Berlin-based Italian as a producer on the rise. "Morphic Dreams", his belated sequel, may explore some of the same influences, but Adriani's vision seems far more widescreen. Check, for example, the decaying urban ambience of "Casting The Runes", the buzzing and bubbling synth-wave throb of "Raindance", the tactile slo-mo bliss of Simon Crab collab "Dust/Mist" and the grandiose, rising intensity of dystopian soundscape "Crow". There are, of course, a number of muscular, EBM-influenced club cuts, with the Nitzer Ebb-esque "Dissolving Images" and fizzing "Storm Tree" standing out.
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Cat: BPX 1CD. Rel: 17 May 19
  1. Empathy
  2. MDMA
  3. Bowie In Harmony
  4. Love Distortion
  5. Electronic Joy
  6. Exit To Humanity
  7. Free Society
  8. Stimulation
Review: There's a decidedly rushing, saucer-eyed feel to Ellen Allien's latest album, her eighth since launching the BPitch Control label at the dawn of the century. The Berlin veteran shows no desire to soften her sound or move away from the dancefloor, delivering an eight-track set that giddily charges between neo-trance (the loved-up "Empathy" and tech-trance throb-job "Free Society"), post-dubstep electro (the swirling "MDMA" and atmospheric "Exit To Humanity"), raging acid ("Bowie In Harmony"), decidedly muscular techno (the arpeggio-driven heaviness of acid fired smasher "Love Distortion" and the creepier "Electronic Joy") and bubbly acid electro (superb closing cut "Stimulation").
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Cat: LM 058CD. Rel: 14 May 19
  1. Romance Dawn For The Cyber World
  2. Join Me Or Die, Can You Do Any Less
  3. Ecstacy Is On Maple Mountain
  4. He Has The Key
  5. Blue Spring
  6. 11.11.90 (Beat version)
  7. Moon Scepter Elimination
  8. Leaf Cut Angelic Depths
  9. The Party We Could Have
  10. May All Your Bacon Burn
  11. Romance Dawn For The New World
Review: Having seemingly ditched the Bwana alias with which he made his name, Nathan Micay seems to be maturing as a producer. "Blue Spring", his long anticipated debut album, is undeniably his most positive, melodious and well-rounded work to date, with Micay offering up a range of tracks that wrap colourful and tuneful synthesizer lines around a variety of club-ready and downtempo grooves. It's a hugely entertaining and impressive set, with highlights including the psychedelic acid techno throb of "The Party We Could Have", the melodic neo-trance rush of "Blue Spring", the exotic breakbeat shuffle of "Ecstacy Is On Maple Mountain" and the ambient bliss of "Romance Dawn For The Cyber World".
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