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new.com // Imagine The Truth 12"

new.com // Imagine The Truth 12"

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Zurich, Switzerland dub-base labelPresided over Comfortnoisenew.com released 2023 "limited to 3 copies in April 150.

Includes 4 songs from dubwise UKG to leftfield melodic techno.Comes with insert and DL code.

Labels and other works Click here for more information. ///Click here to see more Comfortnoise releases available at Tobira. 

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12" black vinyl. Includes DL code.

Tracklist:

  1. A1 - Calistenics - Comfort noise 06 05:16
  2. A2 - Zerostar - Comfortnoise 06 05:21                                                                 
  3. B1 - Gadabout - Comfortnoise 06 05:36
  4. B2 - Airgrit - Comfortnoise 06 05:51                                                                 

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Comfort noise:

"Dubwise, club-oriented, futuristic bass music you haven't heard yet: “Calistenics” varies a pattern of drums with bass. Reduced like reggae versions in the past, however exploring a yet unknown urban atmosphere. “Zerostar” raises darkness to light in a stripped-down, melancholic garage temper. An invitation to drift wherever your unconsciousness allows you to. “Gadabout” teaches an erratically pounding, obscure philosophy. Right on the dancefloor. “Airgrit” finally cultivates its very own, introvert variant of melodic techno. At the low end, it is nursing a rumble you won't properly esteem, unless You play it on your better monitors. Or preferably on a proper sound system, just as the other tracks.

Imaginative, comprehensive, exploratory rhythms and sounds. Again, they are inspired by pertinent, game-changing science fiction literature. Written by remarkably socially critical rather than tech affine authors such as Octavia E. Butler (com03 & com04), David Mitchell (com05 ), and Ursula K. Le Guin. Like the latter and her character Ai Genly (in the novel The Left Hand Of Darkness, 1969) say: “The truth is a matter of the imagination.”"

Artist: new.com

Label: Comfortnoise

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Zurich, Switzerland dub-base labelPresided over Comfortnoisenew.com released 2023 "limited to 3 copies in April 150.

Includes 4 songs from dubwise UKG to leftfield melodic techno.Comes with insert and DL code.

Labels and other works Click here for more information. ///Click here to see more Comfortnoise releases available at Tobira. 

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12" black vinyl. Includes DL code.

Tracklist:

  1. A1 - Calistenics - Comfort noise 06 05:16
  2. A2 - Zerostar - Comfortnoise 06 05:21                                                                 
  3. B1 - Gadabout - Comfortnoise 06 05:36
  4. B2 - Airgrit - Comfortnoise 06 05:51                                                                 

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Comfort noise:

"Dubwise, club-oriented, futuristic bass music you haven't heard yet: “Calistenics” varies a pattern of drums with bass. Reduced like reggae versions in the past, however exploring a yet unknown urban atmosphere. “Zerostar” raises darkness to light in a stripped-down, melancholic garage temper. An invitation to drift wherever your unconsciousness allows you to. “Gadabout” teaches an erratically pounding, obscure philosophy. Right on the dancefloor. “Airgrit” finally cultivates its very own, introvert variant of melodic techno. At the low end, it is nursing a rumble you won't properly esteem, unless You play it on your better monitors. Or preferably on a proper sound system, just as the other tracks.

Imaginative, comprehensive, exploratory rhythms and sounds. Again, they are inspired by pertinent, game-changing science fiction literature. Written by remarkably socially critical rather than tech affine authors such as Octavia E. Butler (com03 & com04), David Mitchell (com05 ), and Ursula K. Le Guin. Like the latter and her character Ai Genly (in the novel The Left Hand Of Darkness, 1969) say: “The truth is a matter of the imagination.”"

Artist: new.com

Label: Comfortnoise