Dark Techno: One/Nine Nine

Dark Techno: One/Nine Nine

Various Artists

Quantum Loop

This is the first-born for the newly formed Quantum Loop Productions, and what proud parents they should be! DT:l/99 broadsides several techno genres to create a dark, moody, highly intelligent release. Lurking beyond happy hardcore’s perimeters is the mission of the highest priority. Soma, Newt, Black Lung, Octaine, Nerve Filter, and Hemisphere get the guns firing with a combination of dancefloor trance, hardhouse, drum and bass, hard ambient, and a lethal dose of psychosis. Bringing up the flanks with old-school beats’ illbient atmospheres, electronica with female vocals and hard trance are Covenant, Hyperdex 1 Sect, Violet Arcana, Total Transformation, psionic, Unit 187, and Scar Tissue. Never before has a collection captured the influence and importance of Bauhaus and the Goth movement on today’s electro music quite like this. Paranoids Welcome!! Quantum Loop Productions, P.O. Box 170100, San Francisco, CA 94117; http://www.quantumloop.com

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