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Fabric 29
Fabric 29
Price: $15.39
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5.0 out of 5 stars Medely of Dark Minimal Tech-House that doesnt get boring, April 18, 2007
This review is from: Fabric 29 (Audio CD)
Imagine Richie Hawtin meets John Digweed @ a Electronic Symphony and they decide to orchestrate! You would get Tiefschwarzes Fabric 29. This CD combines some of the best minimal tech-house tunes out there in flowing manner. Unlike most Minimal Techno that I have heard, I do not get bored with the Songs or the CD in general.

The CD starts out hard and bumping with a aggressive semi-industrial tune and quickly switches to more melodic and harmonic tunes building back up to a combination of bouncy tracks and Mid-based Tunes.

I can strongly recommend this CD to anyone who enjoys the dark side of house and yet is bored with techno and minimal alone.


This is Everybody! On Tour
This is Everybody! On Tour
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5.0 out of 5 stars Expanding the Limitations of Sound, August 25, 2006
In the past several years, I have been dissapointed many times by the more and more electro-funk/retro-80s vocal style that most Djs have started playing.

This is Everybody! On tour is different. It does not take you back to the deep dark progressive sounds and beats of the Delta heavy times. However, it is far from a cheesy vocal mix overpowerd by electro sounds.

This CD is a great introduction to the range of styles that encompass progressive house as it is today and somewhat allow us to open up to some of the newer elements present today. It includes tracks form different styles, all pretaining a certain pushing element and deep baseline that keeps the music interesting and energetic, without getting annoying.

Disc 1 is somewaht of a compositions.starts out with a track that would fit best into a eclectic electronica genre and slowly builds up a tempo. As the Cd progresses the Basslines become heavier and deeper. Although never loosing a groovy touch, the first CD is a goood mix that does not get boering.

Disc 2 starts out much faster. It is more of a dance mix then a composition. Many of the songs have driving baselines that are deep and still groovy. Although sometimes vocal, this CD keeps it interesting by alternating progressive styles.

Overall I loved both CD's, more than the previous release by Sander K.


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