Artists: Spherical Coordinates
Title: Fixed Zenith EP
Label: PoleGroup
Format: Vinyl & Digital
Cat. #: PoleGroup 017
Release Date: August 26th (Vinyl), September 2nd (Digital), 2013
Distribution: Triple Vision
A1. scjkn-06
A2. scjkn-13
B1. scjkn-15
B2. scjkn-09

After the buzz generated by the duo‘s previous release on our number 015, here we have the second instalment of the series.

Oscar Mulero and Christian Wünsch have joined forces in the studio and made four new cuts of spatial futuristic techno. With the minimum elements, it is hypnotic, rough and repetitive.

scjkn-06 comes first: basic and sharpened beats, energized sub bass, mastery using reverbs and ambiences and constantly evolving arrangements. Opaque techno that moves the lower frequencies of the sonic spectrum. Mental and catchy.

scjkn-13 goes straight to the point. Arpeggiated FM synth lines repeating constantly, subtle kicks, and boosted high frequencies on the drums that create a deep spatial feeling.

scjkn-15 reduces the pressure, again with just a few elements, but carefully chosen. A basic analogue drum kit that is constantly modified and given effects till it explodes after a few minutes into bigger drum sounds.

The FM rhythmical sequences appear again, as on the other tracks, this time shuffled a little bit.

scjkn-09 closes the release. Slow tempos return accompanied by more digital Yamaha-style synths with a classic approach. More synthetic and futuristic.

A stylistic U turn that brings us a more personal sound palette, something we should appreciate very much in this era of continuously cloned works.

Available on touchable stuff and virtual shit… at the best retailers.


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