Fleeting Thoughts by Various Artists (ODrex Trip 008)

Fleeting Thoughts has been in the works for while and we are very proud to bring you this release. Many artists have participated and shown love for this odyssey.
Let your body, mind & soul travel 😉

Nntblst’s album debut “Special Defects” on Recycled Plastics.

Nntblst is a talented young man from Chile who is interested in techno, dachshunds and finding his way via both hardware and software – basically, three of the best things to spend your time on! Special Defects, his debut recordings for Recycled Plastics, are in some parts minimal techno, in others, deep droning synthesizer constructs, scratching our itch for things like Kompakt and maybe even some Sleeparchive or Pan Sonic. “Think” is an austere filter-riding drumless beast, and “Dachshunds” could easily have appeared on a Reinhard Voigt 12″ in the Speicher series. Nntblst is a frequent live performer, so you can enjoy his material in both live club environments and headphones/home hi-fi setups, knowing he’s fully rinsed these tracks in front of unsuspecting crowds.

For those of you who prefer hard techno to be an equally physical affair, there is a limited edition CD-R version of Special Defects containing two bonus tracks – “Rethink”, a rhythmic alternate version of “Think”, and a Coppice Halifax remix of “Risset Overtones” that might just destroy your speakers if the rest of the album doesn’t do it first. Get in!

Various – Dub Like Air Volume 1 (DDR015)

Dub Like Air Vol. 1 is a multi-artist project built around a simple concept – collaboratively creating sounds culminating in a complimentary but unique track.

We started the project by deciding on a key and tempo (100 bpm and Dm), then each artist created a set of loops and sounds (drums, synths, bass, pads etc) without the idea of a full track in mind. We then shared the full set of sounds and created our own unique tracks using nothing but sounds from the pack – additional effects and manipulation are ok, but no additional synths or sounds.

The result is a journey of 9 unique tracks, revealing each artist’s creativity and style.

Extrarausch – von A nach B

Extrarausch, born at the Baltic Sea in the north east of Germany, has discovered the electronic music in the Berlin Club Scene (e.g. Tresor, Maria am Ostbahnhof, Polar.tv) in the end-nineties.

In the subsequent years, he came across the artworks of Moritz von Oswald, Mark Ernestus and Rod Modell, which have had a significant influence on his taste of music to this very day.

The start of his journey into sound design and music production has begun in twenty-fourteen, when he decided to settle down after seven years of travelling around the world.