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SAT035- At the Robodock- LP- Vinyl + CD

by Bytecon

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    Fully mastered at the historically famous Frankford+Wayne Studios in NY City. Great sounding CD LP with full color graphic design by 310k Amsterdam. Quality!

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    Super quality 2x12 version of Bytecon. Full graphic production by the 310K Design Amsterdam. Mastered at Frankford+Wayne, pressed at Brooklyn Phono. Have it on vinyl and have it forever.

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about

At last, the long awaited Bytecon LP is complete, full of 8 new tracks on Vinyl and 12 tracks on the CDversion. Bytecon is the Electro producer from Brussels Belgium carrying on the Belgium tradition
of worldly fisrt class music production. A inovative producer known for a new electro hybrid fusion influenced by metal, new wave, and electro/breaks. Bytecon has his own sound with broad world appeal
and world wide fans. Think “Meat Beat Manifesto” meets “Black Sabbath” meets “Dynamix 2” grind it all up and you have Kraftwerk dancing like mad ravers. Fat bass lines, varied tempo changes
and atmospheric in its own design you have another LP destined to be a classic. This LP is mental,,electro thrash , with huge sub-saw oscillataing bass drops. Relentless, yet funky, eccentric and fun feel to
it. Production and arrangements are great as usual for Bytecon ,Brussel's rising electro star. Driving break, metal like vocal flanged snippets, heavy metal guitar samples dropping in for short
takes, grinding with B-Boy worthy break beats. . Sporadic Vocoder action jakking with the beats and endless tempo and sound design variations charchterize this LP. Also for the first time , on the CD
version of this LP will be the previously unavailble 12”single tracks “Robots Ready for Mars” and
Adam Freeland (Marine Parade) – “Finally, some electro I can play out. A lot of the Electrix and
Touchin’ Bass stuff is cool but I never end up playing it, nice to get some slamming electro that I know is
gonna rock.”
Lee Coombs (Various) – “Good dancefloor stuff, see this working well at electro nights.”
Rick Hopkins (Haywire) – “Another funky f-f-fresh Satamile release…”
Plump DJs (Fabric) – “Great Stuff – B1 our favourite.”
Dan Moore (Superconductor) – “Evacuation Order is the track I’ll play.”

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released August 1, 2006

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