Ancient Methods announces first album, The Jericho Records, featuring Regis and Orphx. The LP will land on the German artist's own label in October. The two-track record is out now on Hospital Productions. Outstanding contemporary techno inspired by the Battle Of Jericho. Ancient Methods - Fifth Method.
Ancient Methods - Fifth Method It is possible to trace the sequence of AM releases to a gradual resurgence in the popularity of a certain type of techno, but to do so would only partially explain what the German duo are about. Like other producers, DJs and labels associated with a shift towards harder, purist sounds, AM take influence from the tough end of the '90s techno spectrum and there is a repetitive sensibility at play in each track. Granted, AM have a predilection for dense, metal-plated rhythms, but it usually just acts as a starting point. The untitled A-side on this fifth release has exactly such a heavy backing, but it's the grinding, cheese-wire riff that arcs, curves and pitch-bends its way over the basic arrangement that stands out, as does the occasional burst of dreamy synths.
Ancient Methods - Fifth Method (2010). Ancient Methods - Cardiac Dysrhythmia (2010). Synthpop, Futurepop, Electropop, Minimal Wave, Minimal Synth, Synthwave. Gothic, Darkwave, Gothic Synth, Ethereal. Ambient, Dark Ambient.
Tracks count: 3. Views: 1. Ancient Methods - Am-5 A1 09:06. Ancient Methods - Am-5 B1 05:28. Ancient Methods - Am-5 B2 06:03.
In stock now for same day shipping. The unnamed A Side track sounds like Sir Jeff of Detroit in his Tresor pomp, hardly surprising considering both of these chaps have been around since the first wave of Berlin techno. The Juno highlight however has be the second B Side track, which is an absolute growling monster.
Exstinctio Conscientia (Ancient Methods vs. Kareem) - EP. 2012. First Method - EP. 2006. Fourth Method - Single. Fifth Method - Single. Third Method - Single.
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