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REW SERIES ,Collects tracks published previusly in Digital

A1 Stanislav Tolkachev - Fadeout / SUBSIST​.​08D
released December 8, 2011

A2 P.E.A.R.L. - Shrine / SUBSIST​.​50D
released June 18, 2016.

A3 Group - 161126_1341/ SUBSIST​.​60DC
released February 13, 2017.

B1 Elektrabel - Ripplin / SUBSIST​.​05DB
released May 25, 2010.

B2 Datura Dilema - Multiverse / SUBSIST​.​50D
released June 18, 2016.

B3 Fran Hartnett - Mission IHS / SUBSIST​.​08D
released December 8, 2011

REW is a series of releases designed to compile in vinyl the most outstanding works of Subsist Records that were previously published with the digital as the only format, a new catalog that compiles like Several Artists productions that despite the years continue to sound fresh and that arises from the constant requests of many users of the label, consumers who have always preferred to keep this type of material in physical format.

The first installment of this new series starts with the first-born of the label, Stanislav Tolkachev was the first bet of Subsist Records and deservedly opens the reference with Fadeout, mental techno track and infinite arpeggios contributed by the Ukrainian in Bewildered, album released in 2011 where Fran Hartnett also signed his energetic track Mission IHS, which is also recovered in this album.

Tolkachev and Hartnett inaugurate and close REW01 respectively, but if we place ourselves in chronological order the longest piece of the six is Ripplin, volatile and dynamic techno by the Czech Elektrabel who headed the second part of Health in mid-2010. As for the three remaining cuts are quite more recent and coincide in the Meatsteel saga; Shrine and Multiverse by P.E.A.R.L. and Datura Dilema in the third edition, the first with divided metrics and a sound panorama that loads the atmosphere of tension, in the case of the second there is also a certain restlessness but under more pressure. 161126_1341 appears in the last part of the fourth volume of Meatsteel, a very Group-style theme in which coherence and order coexist with innumerable elements that travel through this passage at will.

Various Artists - REW 01 (SUB-06)

9.00€Price