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Stefan Gubatz - Distanz Varianz download mp3 album
Performer:
Stefan Gubatz
Album:
Distanz Varianz
Style:
Dub Techno, Ambient
Released:
2013
FLAC vers. size:
1477 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1309 mb
WMA vers. size:
1638 mb
Other formats
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Rating:
4.9 ★
Votes:
414

Stefan Gubatz ‎– Distanz Varianz. Label: Telrae ‎– TELRAE 015V. Two months removed from his brilliant "Disnatz" album, Stefan Gubatz strikes again with a follow-up in the form of a nifty little 10', containing interpretations of two tracks from the said release.

Album · 2013 · 2 Songs. Distanz Varianz - Single Stefan Gubatz.

The new vinyl release by Stefan Gubatz features unreleased new dance floor versions of his tracks Byte And Scratch< and Offshore< (which had originally appeared as electronic versions on CD) which appear now exclusively for the first time on the Telrae vinyl 10 inch series as reworks. Byte And Scratch Rework< generates a subtle form of urgency which slowly step by step takes possession of yours and does not loose its grip till the very end.

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2 tracks · 25 February 2013. Distanz Varianz - Single.

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Tracklist

A Byte And Scratch (Rework)
B Offshore (Rework)

Credits

  • Mastered By – Emanuel Geller
  • Written-By, Producer – Stefan Gubatz


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Two months removed from his brilliant "Disnatz" album, Stefan Gubatz strikes again with a follow-up in the form of a nifty little 10', containing interpretations of two tracks from the said release. Kicking things off it the byte and scratch and while the original was a somewhat warm, organic and hazy dub techno affair, the rework abandons this aestethic alltogether, morphing into an evil, dark, brooding formation with a merciless beat and a malicious and sinister complexion. The rework of "Offshore" on the other hand seems to bring a more cerebral approach to the structure, taking the original's scattered and shuffled slow-paced dubby arrangement and infusing it with a well disciplined beat, a bouncy, surging bassline and reverberating chords macheting their way forward. An excellent extention to what I already consider one of the best albums of the past year.