By

polegroup24Artist: Christian Wünsch
Title: Internal Conversion
Label: PoleGroup
Format: Vinyl, CD & Digital
Cat. #: PoleGroup24
Release Date: June 2nd, 2014
Distribution: Triplevision
Tracklist CD/Digital:
01. Internal Conversion
02. Flourescence
03. Auger Electrons
04. When the Process is Expected
05. Ionized
06. Radioactive Decay
07. Nuclear Transition
08. Graphene
09. Fixed Fraction

2014 Welcomes the new full-length album from techno veteran Christian Wünsch.

A collection of nine tracks, slowly crafted to show his own personal vision about techno. This is his first full-length album after many twelve-inch releases spread out among the best techno labels around, including his very own Tsunami imprint.

More than twenty years in the business establish himself as one of the pioneers in the techno scene.

« Internal Conversion » shows his approach to modern electronic music creation. Pristine sound design, clever drum, synth programming and evolving structures make this album a showcase of his capacities as a studio wizard.

« Internal Conversion » is the first cut: dense atmospheres, slow rhythms, drones, metallic hits …the sound of a spacecraft about to start engines.

« Fluorescence » goes straight to the beat: compact grooves, alien FM sequences, resonant details, heavy stereo workouts…a complete Martian techno.

« Auger Electrons » is based on a heavier rhythmic approach, thick FM sequences, rolling sub bass frequencies and brilliant hi hats and cymbals. A precision tool for working every intelligent dance floor.

« When The Process Is Expected » goes down to experimental territories, kickless, sweepy, dark and low.

« Ionized » turns again to floor energy, anabolic beats, tension and cycles, a hypnotic workout of modern

electronic dance music, straight to the point.

« Radioactive Decay » breaks the drums, adds drones and sweeps, until resonated noises take over the

arrangement, keeping it grey, opaque and futuristic.

« Nuclear Transition » acts as a short interlude made of atmospheric and percussive sequences.

« Graphene » slows down the BPM, building up a powerful drum architecture as in the previous cuts but this time uses analog sequences to create movement.

The closing release, « Fixed Fraction » uses different coordinates, compact beats, sharp percussions, sci-fi sounds and subwoofer tension

A voyage into sound, created with a few well balanced elements, telling a story in nine chapters.

 

 

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