From the darkroom melodies and pads of "Undo Redo" through the Detroit-ish touch of "Ante Litteram" and "Crystal" to the broken beats and heavy bass of on "Rawk", this is a classic not-to-be-missed release from Shlomi Aber 's long-standing imprint. Orbital Movement. Be As One debuting a new exclusive artist on the imprint: the mysterious Black Hypnotist , with a superb four tracker, straight-to-the-floor and well-crafted trippy techno cuts. Shades Of The Unknown. While continuing to explore the diversity of the acid sound, Steve, the man and the machine crosses boundaries once again with his highly intelligent production style and trips between rough and soft cross genre techno.
Universal Language. Dark room techno boomers, not to be missed. In Dark Places. A must-have release for those closing your eyes moments when it's time to deep dive and get lost into "dark places".
Linear Equation. Shlomi Aber presents his third album Linear Equations. The album opens up with "Interior", setting the tone for an introspective journey that will take you from the dub-infused techno of "Echo Mission" and "Fractions" to the acidic trip of "Midnight Spooks" and "Mod".
Hypnotic techno on "Eimeon" and "Fall Into Wonder" flirts with broken beats on "Installer" and climax with the floating percussions and anthemic pads of "State Of Sorrow". Gatefold sleeve.
Panix EP. Keeping the no nonsense techno attitude of his latest Nonplus release, "Panix" keeps bearing Shlomi's relentless, dark and raw signature sound. Skudge strips down "Panix" into two separate remixes, taking the original into a deeper and back to basics mood, with his known trademark grooves.
Pegasi EP. Italian duo JAM. The A side is all about the stripped down, raw and energetic techno of "Hermes" and "Pegasi". On the B side, "Opportunity Rover" is a hypnotizing, acid-driven trip, at home in sweaty dark rooms as much as in big festival arenas. Fading Lights EP. Another exciting debut on Be As One, this time coming from a real stalwart of the German techno scene of the past two decades, Savas Pascalidis.
With Fading Lights EP , Savas explores shades of modern techno while retaining his trademark classic sound throughout the four tracks, delivering a perfect fit between the German talented producer and the label's exciting catalog.
Techno heads, don't sleep on this. Paradox EP. Paradox EP packs together the strength of Shlomi's own "Paradox" and "Monday Paranoia" originals, two cuts of proper darkroom and sweaty techno, with a remix by one of Germany's techno ambassadors, Markus Suckut. Athens By Taxi EP. Lathe enters the Be As One family with a bang. Three cuts of peak-time techno stormers plus a vinyl-only DJ-tool straight from Italy. Amon EP. Souldozer's forearms are held by springs which stick out of each side of his body, which each bear two spinning drills, and two metallic endoskeleton-esque hands.
He has what appears to be three gears in the middle of his chest, in front of two spinning cylinders each with many spikes. His torso is connected to his legs or wheels, rather by a spring. He has fours wheels which each have spinning drills in the middle of them, and the tires appear to be spiked, however are likely not.
There is what appears to be a horn in between the two sets of tires, and a two rows of industrial lights beneath it. How dare you challenge me! But now I'm back to show you my full power! Turn back now and I'll spare your lives! Or, more likely, I'll just chase you around and kill you anyway!
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