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Basic Channel - Phylyps Trak II

Basic Channel - Phylyps Trak II
  • Performer Basic Channel
  • Title Phylyps Trak II
  • Label Basic Channel
  • Catalog number BC 09
  • Other formats Vinyl
  • Genre Other
  • Size MP3 1798 mb
  • Size FLAC 2991 mb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 770

Notes

ニマルテクノ最高傑作の一つ。

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout: BC 09

Album

Album 1994 2 Songs. Phylyps Trak II. Basic Channel. Electronic 1994. Phylyps Trak III. Phylyps Trak IIII. 2 Songs, 26 Minutes. Released 1994. 1994 Basic Channel. More by Basic Channel. Quadrant Dub. BCD-2. Phylyps Trak IiIi. Bcd-2. Basic Channel - Phylyps Trak II. On this page you can download song Basic Channel - Phylyps Trak II in mp3 and listen online. Electronic Experimental. Bleep Guide To Electronic Music. Watch the video for phylyps trak ii from Basic Channel's Fuse Presents Joris Voorn for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Basic Channel is a minimal techno production team and record label, composed of Moritz Von Oswald and Mark Ernestus, that originated in Berlin, Germany in 1993. The duo released a number of read more. The duo released a number of vinyl-only tracks under various aliases, each read more. This second Phylyps Trak record reaches more epic proportions, lasting up to ten minutes on each side. Not quite as inventive or harsh as the first record, but this sequel does take the sound to more minimal extremes, resulting in a sense of dizzying repetition that seems to never end its disorienting loops. Entreprises, etc. One of the records that defines Basic Channel and techno in general , Phylyps Trak IIII is a brilliant track , this track made me search for even more records by them , legends. Timeless track , time can't touch it. Répondre Me notifier 1 Helpful. Release Date 2008-04-04. Label Basic Channel. Catalog 827670742661. Release date: 4 April 2008. P-line: 1994 Basic Channel. C-line: 1994 C 1994 Basic Channel. Lee Roy Brown at 7:04: Love this deep deep kinda scary tunes . Album 2008. In playlists. View all. Berlin's Basic Channel- one of electronic music's most enduring touchstones and greatest mythmakers, as well as the founding fathers of minimal techno- have rather quietly released a second volume collecting some of their 1993-94 12 singles, none of which appeared on their inital 1995 CD release. At around 128, it's not coincidental that the archetypal Phylyps Trak IIII sounds the closest of anything here to contemporary minimal house and techno. But it's not just a question of tempo: the tracks here are fiercer and far more raw than anything on BCD. On Enforcement, jagged acid arpeggios cut through the middle frequencies like a band saw