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Artist: The Noisemaker. Title: Travelers EP (part three). Label: Raw Waxes.
Release date: 26-01-2015. Genre: Techno

Tracklisting:

1 – The Noisemaker – Shuttle
2 – The Noisemaker – Shuttle (Abstract Division Remix)
3 – The Noisemaker – Shuttle (Blind Observatory Remix)

About the release:

The third issue of Raw Waxes’ release number four is on the way. After featuring Mike Parker, Haiku, Inigo Kennedy and Korova as remixers of The Noisemaker, this time we see Abstract Division and Blind Observatory reinterpreting ‘Shuttle’, the final track of the series. Shuttle starts with a fat kick and a psychedelic synth, bleep and acid elements go back and forth, up and down, appearing from the gloom of the artist’ soul. Hi-hats, acid and bleep evolve together, embracing acidity and generating a naughty groove. Abstract Division’s reinterpretation is clearly a 4/4 dance floor oriented. Based on the evolution of the acid patterns as a minded loop, the dutch duo adds 909 hi-hats and claps, transforms the the kick-bass structure, reaching a trusted track for exciting moments into clubs. Blind Observatory’s remix is the gentle side of the record. Starting slowly and lightly, the artist sets a mellow synth plus clean hi-hats, turning the production into a sweet IDM caress. A personal, delicate cut appraising the entire release.

About the label: 

Black vinils, no love for compromises, just techno.

Artist: The Noisemaker. Title: Travelers Ep. Label: Raw Waxes.
Release date: 27-10-2014. Genre: Techno

Tracklisting:

[C] The Noisemaker – Point X15
[D1] The Noisemaker – Point X15 (Korova remix)
[D2] The Noisemaker – Point X15 (Inigo Kennedy remix)

About the release: 

Raw Waxes continues the release number four with one more original track from The Noisemaker. The edition 4.2 is enriched by the remixes of Korova, duo who were protagonists of our first release, and Inigo Kennedy, old school artist truly appreciated by Raw Waxes. On Side C, Point X15 advances as an acid robot going ahead with swollen broken baselines covering sinister and rough ambients. The rhythm gets darker and nimbler as far as the stylus moves on the decks. On the Side D, Korova delivers the mirror of their hypnotic and straight techno soul. Drums play hard, ambients are kept happily enjoyable, while the acid synths and chords go with the flow embellishing the original version. Inigo Kennedy’s reinterpretation seems to come from early ’90 productions on Missile Records. Acid elements and palpitating hi-hats, followed by the syncopated bass drum, gradually fire  the minds up and accelerate the roll of weird but deep moments. Pure industrial machine guns.

About the label: 

Black vinils, no love for compromises, just techno.

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