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numbercult - numbercult 1 mp3 download Performer: numbercult
Album: numbercult 1
Country: UK
Released: 2009
Style: Techno
Size MP3: 1429 mb.
Size FLAC: 1344 mb.
Rating: 4.8/5
Votes: 578

Release Date /. May 2009. Hector Barbour, AKA Denis Sulta, returns with his first track as Atlus since 2015. Peggy Gou - Starry Night. An energetic and all-around delightful tune to kick off Peggy Gou's brand new label, Gudu Records, and EP, Moment. Her cool, smooth vocals echo over the retro bassline and keys, with a touch of acid. You'll hear this one everywhere this summer-and rightfully so.

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Unknown Artist ‎– Numbercult 1. Label: Numbercult ‎– NC001. Format: 2 File, FLAC.

As a bonus, tracks 9-17 are tracks from a never released dance-floor orientated album called 'Dance Floor Classics'.

Releases from artist, Veröffentlichungen von : Numbercult. NUMBERCULT 3. 12" Vinyl NL 0. 4. brilliant deeper techno and a must for fans of b12, blackdog for the hidden symetry track. splinter is a amazing darker techno track that reveals its beauty and power when.

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A Landlines 11:00
B Clonic 9:00


Inscription in run off groove on A side reads 'numbers are our true language'
B side reads 'klype don't tell'.
350 copies pressed.

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
NC001 Unknown Artist Numbercult 1 ‎(2xFile, FLAC) Numbercult NC001 UK 2009

I can hardly hold back my enthusiasm here! A label which goes back to vinyl worshipping, with no clue whatsoever as to who may be hiding behind the "unknown artist" moniker, but what makes my heart want to jump out of my mouth is the music here! Wow, it has been what now seems eternity since I last heard techno reach this far, and explore the most neglected regions of the universe. Remember the most cerebral and sci-fi release off Axis Records from the mid nineties? If you do, this is about on the same level. Both tracks must have been made abroad an alien hover craft. Loaded with these totally atypical, spaced out and futuristic sequences and effects, it's like the respective producer cancelled out Mills' effort to lace Metropolis with a soundtrack and re-wrote it! There are really no build ups or DJ friendly or orientated traits here; I mean, dance to it if that is your thing, explore the inner regions of your mind and argue with Zeno Cosini over the origins of smoking habits... You name it! Wherever this came from, it is marvellous. It is innovation as much it is a re-visit of already familiar material. The production is great, the layers are discernable, your ears won't have trouble figuring out where what arrived from and where it is supposed to go next. Enough now. Whether you a dedicated club head or a self proclaimed alternative philosophy inclined intellectual, it does not matter. When music this great hits the market, it really doesn't matter. Fans of the Axis sound and rhetoric will dig this one for sure. Great atmosphere, the mood is just right for watching Blade Runner, and the overall impression is kind of eerie, leaving the listener lost in a vacuum that is the endless space around us. 5/5!