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by Techdiff

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ricq novak
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ricq novak This is a marvelous album. Positronic Meltdown is an awesome track. The sounds seem truly alive, like some sentient machine. i would say it's like dubstep, but dubstep fails to reach this level of consciousness... masterpiece. Favorite track: Positronic Meltdown.
Spanning Tree Prototype
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Spanning Tree Prototype I swear I hear samples from "54 Cymru Beats" in Positronic Meltdown ;) Favorite track: Positronic Meltdown.
Mark Crewe (SpAcE HopPeR)
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Mark Crewe (SpAcE HopPeR) The production is A1. The technical & creative level of this recording is mindblowing! This is a mission through a sonic warzone. If you need to hear the future of the electronic genre, this would be a good starting point
Jyri Straechav
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Jyri Straechav I don't like dubstep, it's generally rather boring in both rhythm and melody. It's not even heavy enough for me, however Dubstep influence is fine. I am out of touch with electronic music genres, but this album has obvious Dubstep leanings, but it also is obviously different. The soundscape is futuristic and clean, it actually reminds me of ye olden times Tech Step at places. My only complaint is the lack of hooks. Thirteen Acres is the only song with a decent hook, and that's the first half. Favorite track: Thirteen Acres.
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released November 5, 2012

It's clean, it's sharp, and it invokes images of futuristic, spacious constructions. For his first full-length album, breakcore artist Techdiff leaves the dancefloor anthems behind and demonstrates an insolent talent for ultra-edited, highly dynamic tracks mixing break beats, electronica and sound design. Myriad of details and idea flow together in this beast of a work, which demonstrates (as his label mate Ruby My Dear also did recently) that there's much hope to be had in this new wave of breakcore producer. This clearly doesn't sound like anything this genre has ever produced in the past, but proves to be an impressive milestone for this artist and this style.


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