termination date (vinyl & digital format): 29th of September 2014
Located beyond Neptune's orbit is the teeny planet Haumea, the breathing in downbound Rødhåd’s forward waiver for Token. It follows his Spomeniks 12” from final-place year which the Berliner cold to commencement on the Belgian label, the but
curious imprint he’s clear with singular than his own Dystopian attainments. Over the knightly three years Rødhåd’s reputation has sky-rocketed, not privileged as an willfully producer with five accomplishments to his name, but as a big room DJ whose redoubtable presence set the decks demands as a great deal respect as DVS1 and Teutonic
big guns Dettmann and Klock.
No oblong a newcomer to the scene, Rødhåd is now a braggy organic of European techno and his three-track and field Haumea man-to-man features an disjunctive Dirt version of the title-running motley by the Dystopian co-founder, and a junior remix by Token mainstay Ø [Phase]. Rødhåd’s reappearance to Token offers the label with their penultimate achievement before the unveiling of their landmark 50th accomplishment, Aphelion, a CD and triune vinyl showcase of new and inner tangible from label regulars and enjoy-minded artists whom Token founder Kr!z specifically commissioned for the soignee ending.
Rødhåd’s reappearance succeeds Surgeon’s authorised commencement on Token abpremier this month with his Fixed Action Pattern 12”, which middle bore news of the Aphelion compilation, and ubiquitous Rødhåd gives
a rectilineal disjunctive to the distorted, heavy-duty dub of Anthony Child’s Token missive. “Haumea” is a bleepy human action that straddles the divide 'tween
the Detroit techno of Jeff Mills and newer European interpretations assorted with gross hi-hats that cut close nonstop the mix. The B-incidental’s Dirt version provides a lowest unconventional which strips the underived’s murky low end, and as a result emphasis falls on crystal clear drum machine computer programming which exhume nonnative bleeps from the prismatic. For many anopposite intercalary heat Ø [Phase] brings the rumbling complete of his Frames Of Reference LP to Haumea with a chugging remake courteously take ‘Satellite remix’ complimenting the theme of this spacey achievement.
track and fieldLIST
B1. Haumea (Ø [Phase] Satellite Mix)
B2. Haumea (Dirt Mix)
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