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Morphosis
What Have we Learned
Delsin Records

Album Compilation CD
MMD-D1
Out: 28-04-2011
 
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Debut album for Morphosis on Delsin Records which is released under exclusive license from his own quality imprint for quality Detroit inspired house and techno named Morphine Records.It starts with &
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Debut album for Morphosis on Delsin Records which is released under exclusive license from his own quality imprint for quality Detroit inspired house and techno named Morphine Records.It starts with "Silent Screamer" which natural hi hats subtely remind to his overwhelming "Fall Of Justice" released under the Ra.H moniker. The second one "Spiral" is a dense peak time acid track followed by "Too Far" the first of two cooperations with vocalist Kae. Her lyrics  combine the  native melodies by the lebanese producer to a melancholic atmosphere. "Wild in Captivity" sounds less dark but also stoic in its consistence than "Spiral". "Androids among Us" is an psychedelic playground while "Gate of Night" just transports its Krautrock venous. The next track "Kawn" combines the hypnotic groove of distorted sounds with emotional strings to the most obvious interpretation of classic Detroit Techno. "Dirty Matter" is dirt, raw and reduced analog techno that ends up in the New Wave like instrumental interlude "Ascension". The album will be finished by Kae's second vocal contribution in "Europa". The 10 tracks show another modern (live) interpretation of techno and house music on Delsin Records after the latest album by Mike Dehnert. (Hendrik)
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DJ Comments (21)

Laurent Garnier

Raw synthetic analog heaven ------Loving every single track.

Ripperton

Really impressed by this album! Following and supporting Rabih's work since a while now, I can only say: WELL DONE! This is a strong and powerfull LP. Will play and support this loud.

Steve Bug

silent screamer for me!

Gilb'R

great job! love it.

A Made Up Sound

This is one of the most authentic sounding albums I've heard in a long time, one great otherworldly trip. Especially Too Far hit me really hard.

Bearweasel

this is a real trip.

Norman Nodge

dope, there´s nothing more to say. or? for me it´s not for the club but for moments of contemplation. big tunes, really enjoy them.

Matt O'Brien

Amazing album, very inspiring.

Steve Rachmad

What a trip this is. Will enjoy this for sure.

Vince Watson

Lots of goodies in here...great album bringing back the pure electronica sounds of proem etc. support! 

Len Faki

a very spacey trip holding on most of the tracks to me - passionazied soundtrack! good job!!

Markus Enochson

WOW, what a great album in times when great albums are few and far between.

Deetron

Great LP, love the soundtrack-y atmosphere throughout all the tracks. My faves are Androids amongst us, Spiral and Gate of night.

Fabrice Lig

Nice album, great journey!

Charles Webster

'gate of night' and the more chilled traxx are nice...atmospheric stuff...

Conforce

Amazing. Sounds like something i've never heard before.

Secret Cinema

Kawn is my fav!! Whole album sounds nice n deep.

Osunlade

nicely done..spacey yet deep..old school creating new school..brilliant!

DJ Deep

Great album! A REAL Album!

Marcel Dettmann

excellent work.

Paul Woolford

Fluid, haunting and dark sounding material. Particularly feeling 'Gate Of Night' and 'Dark Matter' but it's all very good indeed.
 
 
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