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Performer: Developer
Title: Proxy Conflicts
Released: Jan 2018
Label: Tsunami Records
Country: Spain
Style: Techno
Catalog #: TSU/39
Genre: Electronic
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 868
Formats: Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
FLAC size: 2189 mb
MP3 size: 2772 mb

Tracklist

1Lexicon Map
2Moving In Code
3Land Of Free
4Street Walkers

Notes

Made In E.U.

Companies

  • Distributed By – Triple Vision Record Distribution

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Album

Album 2018 4 Songs. Proxy Conflicts - EP. Techno 2018. free to Developer Proxy Conflicts Street Walkers, Land of free and more. 4 tracks 28:28. Developer 2018 4 songs. 1 Lexicon Map. 2 Street Walkers. 3 Land of Free. 4 Moving in Code. More albums from Developer. Learn To Hunt. Developer Archive 10. Preview, buy, and download songs from the album Proxy Conflicts - EP, including Street Walkers, Land of Free, Moving in Code and many more. Buy the album for USD . Songs start at USD Conflicts. or open in our Desktop A protest, a reflection, a couple of regrets and a rant is the tenth studio album released by progressive rock group The Tangent. All tracks are written by Andy Tillison. Andy Tillison keyboards, vocals, electronic drums 4, and bass synth 4. Jonas Reingold bass guitar and Taurus Pedals. Steve Roberts drums, percussion, and assorted gongs. Developer Proxy Conflicts. Label: Tsunami Records TSU39. Format: Vinyl, 12, 33 RPM. Land: Spain. Close on its heels we have Street Walkers. Typical punchy club shaking goodie Developer delivered more times than you could be bothered to count. Not much to write about. Stubborn loop. Crunchy beats. Heavy bass load. Large scale body convulsion on the podium. Not much home replay value, but then again this wasn't imagined for those situations anyways. PROXY CONFLICTS. play queue Buy. Link: 4 TRACKS TOTAL. 1 play queue. Street WalkersOriginal Mix Developer. 7:19, 128 BPM Techno Raw, Deep, Hypnotic. Tracklist: A1: Street Walkers A2: Land Of Free B1

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For what this release is worth in my book, it literary all boils down to the stabbing of Land Of Free. Chugging along at some palatable 128bpm, what gives it the opaque, gritty feel, is the ominous acid loop and those piercing, encircling synth note stabs used as the main hook line. An unadulterated, tunneling trip into the techno abyss. With the equally mesmerizing and tyrannical beats, this will either hammer your frame hard on the middle of the floor or will turn into your favorite soundtrack to the white paint peeling off your bedroom walls.
Close on its heels we have Street Walkers. Typical punchy club shaking goodie Developer delivered more times than you could be bothered to count. Not much to write about. Stubborn loop. Crunchy beats. Heavy bass load. Large scale body convulsion on the podium. Not much home replay value, but then again this wasn't imagined for those situations anyways. Regardless, let's just say this is one if his neither stellar let alone filler tracks. Lands right around there somewhere along with the remainder of them. Keeping im mind that this is, after all, a piece that servies a purpose within a larger musical context rather than raising eyebrows on its own, you have to hand it to the maker for the effort that went into the production. Massive, molasses dense like rhythm and armor plated beats. Can (and will) do plenty damage.

Unfortunately, the entire B side leaves me wanting more, a lot more too. Lexicon Map sees the producer pull yet another one of those creepy bangers with out of sync, discordant organ keys that he's already used on two recent relases: "Failsafe 03" and "The mercurian particle". That's basically three consecutive records with the same annoying structural fault. While this stuff was perfected by the likes of Surgeon and Umek in the mid to late nineties, they're just overused, grating beyond the point of anyone's gratitude, and worst of all, not tweaked around enough to really warrant one's interst. I mean, he keeps these going for seven minutes, no break in sight. Yikes. Moving In Code is your typical looped tool 'do not keep me under the needle for too long as the crowd is dying for a new song'. Trasnitory track, and not even the best one out of his extensive catalog.
Final verdict, or better yet, my humble verdict: The A side has two tunes you simply cannot go wrong with during any self respecting techno party. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said about its B side counterparts. For me, the purchase is validated by A2, which is a prisitne example of hard, focused techno.
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