Saturday, December 14, 2013

Fluxion - Vibrant Forms (Chain Reaction, 1999 / vinyl by Type, 2013)

If you're an old techno head, you know Chain Reaction very well. In the 90's, Basic Channel duo (Moritz Von Oswald and Mark Ernestus) began a label to release as many dub techno club tracks as possible. Acts such as Monolake, Vladislav Delay and Porter Ricks became icons in the undeground. My favorite release was always Fluxion's 'Bipolar Defect' and now, thanks to TYPE, I finally have Fluxion's 1999 compilation 'Vibrant Forms' on vinyl. These are sprawling 4x4 cuts knee deep in a viscous and esoteric head trip. Beautiful epic minimal music for those who like to mentally cut a rug alone in their bedrooms.

1 comment:

  1. This is making me want to pull out my Basic Channel vinyl again... Actually saw the Mauritz VonOswald trio perform a couple of years ago and was happily surprised that, while different, the music was just as enjoyable.