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Yair Etziony
Baltia
False Industries

Maxi Single & EP
False016
Out: 07-02-2014
 
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Baltia is a new album by Israeli musician Yair Etziony. His first album “Flawed” was out in 2007 on the Tokyo based label “Spekk” and got a lot of good reviews back in 2007. In the years that
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Baltia is a new album by Israeli musician Yair Etziony. His first album “Flawed” was out in 2007 on the Tokyo based label “Spekk” and got a lot of good reviews back in 2007. In the years that followed, Yair was being quiet mainly running the “False Industries” label, brushing and learning new instruments and keeping himself busy playing with the psychedelic improvisation band “Farthest South”. Baltia is a mythological place; it’s an island that was mentioned in old Greek writings. It’s located somewhere between Prussia and Jutland, very close to where the Baltic Sea is. Baltia is the first album in trilogy named “Misty Corners”, (Delphi and Albion will follow later in 2014) and it deals with the past, a very personal past. Yair was a dj playing deep techno for many years, and for him it was a chance to examine his past endeavors and how he feels about them in retrospective. “Baltia” might sound like a dark techno album, but Etziony tried to keep the formula as reduced as possible. The pulse and beats which he sees as the heart of this genre are somewhere in the back, drones, textures, field recordings and tiny melodies take the center place. Loops of shimmering textures are sent into tubes, delays and reverb effects, adding a good amount of overtones to the mix. Known as an avid computer user, Yair changed the way he write music. He added new abilities and possibilities to his sonic pallet; Fender Precision Bass, Analog synths, and pedals were used in production of “Baltia”. Etziony is trying to follow the footsteps of pioneers such as Jeff Mills who defined techno as “Futuristic” and not “Dance Floor”. Baltia can make people dance in a club, but we think its much more than just dance floor music.
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Radio - NOICE! - Harry Ruffner

Very nice Album effort....

Radio - Altroverso (DJ Misk)

playlist in altrovers radio

De:Bug - Sascha Kösch

considering for review

Radio - Triangle Fm // Laurent N.

Nice Dark release.
Nice stuff & sounds.
Will play & Support.

Radio - Diversions, CHRY.FM Toronto

very good!

DJ Sneak

Not For Me

Magazine - Tsugi Mag

some nice sounds
tx

Richie Hawtin

downloaded for r hawtin

Arnaud Le Texier

Some deep atmospheres! Will try, Thx

Animal Trainer

indeed a true deep techno album…a few favorites here :-)

Radio - Radio Fritz (Bruno Dietel)

will play polis, elektris and aithos!

Nadja Lind

polis is sinister

Magazine - Posivision

Great depth work.

Elektrosalz

will try helix and xenos, thanx!

Electric Indigo

Agape, Polis and Aithos are my favorites here - very nice work and many thanks!

Claudio Coccoluto

Absolutely good!

GusGus

very very interesting album.. thanx

Joris Voorn

Some great tracks!

Stefanos Nosak (offradio.gr)

great and greek ;-)thanku !!

Luca Doobie

interesting modern stuff, i'll take a better listen after download, considering for my next radioshow.. thnx ;) L

Radio S1 UnserDing - Thorsten Mathieu

nicht gut
gefällt mir null
letzter Track wäre machbar

DJ: Terry

SEXY n ELEGANT

George P.

very interesting release thx

Berk Offset

wow, really nice ideas and details in here, great album! but the last track does not fin in at all. (Deuteros).

Florian Schirmacher

nice lp, thx

Angel Molina

not my fav release on False, but, as always, nice darkness here inside. Probably 'Axierastos' and 'Deuteros' my fav tracks at 1st listening.
thanks.

Markantonio

downloading for Markantonio thanks for the music!!!

Marko Nastic

support!

Martin Landsky

yeah, i like that stuff...very modern but 80s at the same time...great dark mood, kinda like a 2014 version of john carpenter ..

Blog - soundrevolt.com

sounds very promising. downloading for a proper listen

Slam Mode

Intelligent...well done.

will listen carefully @ home !! d.
 
 
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