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Mokira - Time Axis Manipulation flac mp3 download
Title:
Time Axis Manipulation
Musician:
Style:
Techno, Dub Techno, Experimental, Minimal
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Country:
MP3 album size:
1326 mb
FLAC album size:
1203 mb
Other formats:
ADX WAV AU MPC AAC ASF MP2
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Rating:
4.9 ✪

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Manipulation Musik 7:26
2 LFU Skank 7:41
3 Time Track 12:13
4 Rainford 5:24
5 Kendal 6:58
6 Axis Audio 11:49
7 Axis Audio (CV313 Remodel)
Remix – cv313
9:22

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Kontra-Musik
  • Distributed By – Clone Distribution
  • Manufactured By – GZ Digital Media – X33030

Credits

  • Producer, Mastered By – Andreas Tilliander

Notes

©Kontra-Musik 2011
World Wide Distribution by CLONE

Packaging: Digipak

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Sticker): 7320470146927
  • Matrix / Runout: GZ X33030 KMCD01
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LD02
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 5J35

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
KMCD01 Mokira Time Axis Manipulation ‎(7xFile, WAV, Album) Kontra-Musik KMCD01 Sweden 2011

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Reviews:
  • Ddilonyne
What an absolutely superb album this is! Abstract dub techno at its best...a sublime listening experience. Check this out if you like your electronic music, dubby, spaced out and out there. 100% pure quality!! Brilliant 10/10
  • Nahn
Anyone got some recommendations of more of this kind of "noise-dub-ambient"?I like the sound of a Saint Etienne track too, "Date With Spelman".Anyhow, this is a SUPERB record!!!
  • Karon
As a big fan and collector of "noise dub ambient" for well over a decade, I agree this record is excellent and stands out from the vast majority of recent releases in this genre, which at this point sound very same-y.The innovators/originators were the guys behind the Basic Channel series and the Chain Reaction label, who started a project in the late '90s called Rhythm & Sound which defined the palette of hissy textures, echoing chord stabs and submerged techno rhythms. I consider Rhythm & Sound the best of this genre and still unsurpassed. In the early '00s, Rod Modell started his Deepchord label/series, which comes a very close second to Rhythm & Sound in my opinion; I ADORE his earlier releases (the original Deepchord 12" series, the Echocord 12"s and the Vibrasound CD compilation) and have been less excited by most of his Echospace[Detroit] releases (post-'07), but I know many disagree and still go nuts over everything he releases. (The CV313 remix which closes out the Mokira album is an alias of Rod Modell)The Pole 1 - 3 series by Stefan Betke is also exceptional, and perhaps closest in form to the Mokira album; there is no techno kick present here, just bassline, chords and hiss.Ohrwert is a contemporary artist still putting out good releases as well, and who released TONS of material for free on the internet; most of it is basically an homage to the sound defined by the previously listed artists, but is an expertly-crafted homage.The Meanwhile label is also quite good although their release schedule has slowed way down in the past couple years. Check the Echocord label too; not all gems, a few clunkers, but some top-notch releases in there.Hope these suggestions are useful and not too obvious, since it was unclear if you were familiar with any other dubtechno artists/albums besides this one. ;)
  • Uris
Oh! Most definitely check out the release by Electric Birds "Strata Frames". It is an all time master piece. http://www.discogs.com/Electric-Birds-Strata-Frames/release/94624
  • playboy
Check out the Other Mokira releases. Also, check out the Fennesz LP "Endless Summer"