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Alpha303 - Enter The Void (Original Mix)

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Published on Jun 5, 2012

http://www.orbisrecords.be

Remember our first vinyl introducing the Belgian Plastikman? (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rOtOK_... & the remix by Jeroen Search http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gJbIMe...)

Nico is back!

Nico's love for old vintage synths and the TR-808 keeps him up at night. We think his strong coffee and his dark room keep him inspired to come up with stuff like this. "Enter The Void" takes you back to the early 90'ies. Hard 808 kicks, twisted baselines and great glitches captured and arranged in his typical style & sound, made this one, again, in a Plastikman-esk downtempo killer.

Accompanied with two remixes by Aubrey & Mr. Mau, this EP is another record you need in your collection.

We're honoured to present Aubrey's remix (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XtURDl...). Allens history goes way back. Man sure earned respect with his releases on Solid Groove, Ferox, Mosaic, Intelligence Records, Textures, Offshoot, ... the list goes on and on. His typical somewhat filthy style makes him really unique and he managed it again to make a track like no other track made before.

The remix by Mr. Mau (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zp25qt...) is something you haven't heard from him before. Not sure if you're ready to take this trip back to the ol'skool tech from the 90'ies with a slightly new and twisted feel to it. Definitely one for the floor!

Feedback :

Jamie Behan (Bastardo Electrico Recordings, Subject Detroit _ IR)
Another great release here, loving both Aubrey's remix and the Mr. Mau version. I have a few podcasts coming up for various radio stations and will use these on them.

Fran Hartnett (Subsist Records - UK)
New Orbis release is great. Nice range of styles between all three versions.

Pepe Arcade (True Type Tracks - SP)
Love the variety of this release. Will play this for sure!

Kr!z (Token Rec - BE)
Mr. Mau mix for me! Will try it out

Franco Cangelli (Mowar, Self Defence - BE)
nice and mental this one, the original definitely has that old skool plasticman vibe remixes are cool, Mr Mau's reminds of Mills and aubrey's one gives it a deeper vibe. Solid package!

Psytox (Coincidence Records, Tomorrowland - BE)
I'm going for the original, plain and simple: acid galore and darkness of horror shows. Perfect for those weirdo hours of the night.

Evad Streaklov (Nightcode magazine - BE)
I think the original version is a little bit too clean, but is a great track. Aubrey's remix reminds me of Sandwell District, so that's not a bad thing ;-). Mr. Mau on steroids? That remix sure got power. Stands out in its category of techno. Great work, as usual.

Marc Trakker (Orbis records, Napalm Enema records - FR)
What an eclectic ep!! The original track from Alpha 303 is not a track, but a long trip into darkness and acid basslines with good arrangements, but the surprise and the best track for me is the Mr. Mau remix. It took me back to the end of the 90's, reminding me of the UFO track produced by Mills on Axis at that time, something mad. Will play this for sure!!

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