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Wax (19)No. 10001

Wax (19) - No. 10001 album cover
Label:Wax (4) – WAX 10001
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, White Label
Country:Germany
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Techno, Minimal

Tracklist

AUntitled7:57
BUntitled7:09
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Credits

  • Lacquer Cut ByCGB*

Notes

Hand stamped white label without any artist or track information.
Track durations are not mentioned on the release.

Additional copies printed in March 2015, March 2016

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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10001 (2×File, FLAC)Wax (4)Wax 10001Germany2013
  • holyairspace's avatar
    holyairspace
    The A side is just pure goodness, incredibly inspired and distilled!
    • ForThoseThatKnoe's avatar
      Pretty sure the B side samples Donnacha Costello ?– Olive B or is at least a remake of the sequence
      • hawyxu's avatar
        hawyxu
        Could be easy to complain about sound...unless you like this kind of sound and can recognise when every second and frequency of a track is absoultely right and perfectly designed to sound as it sounds. that b side′s high freqs that you couldnt say if its digital or just a cricket jumped into the microphone channel... So good.
        • ade015's avatar
          ade015
          It's a tremendous release from Wax.
          Every track it's simple and clean with very,very deep bass lines.
          Yes,it is Shed.
          • basement_dub's avatar
            basement_dub
            Its Shed.
            • soje111's avatar
              soje111
              Edited 7 years ago
              Another excellent tune. Just the pitch change of the hat, on the A side, is like candy, to me.
              • derbyp's avatar
                derbyp
                It's hard to make a good simple tune. The person moaning about production quality probably doesn't like the drum track and I would reckon this is filtered on purpose to keep it deep; for me this only serves to bring the synths out more - niiice!
                • dylaf's avatar
                  dylaf
                  Edited 7 years ago
                  Theres nothing cheap sounding about this production to me, from an engineers perspective, its a well mastered piece with everything sounding purposeful & well balanced. Its a sparse but rich mix with a shimmering snappy high end, the rumbling foggy lows don't do much on a domestic system but this does damage on its intended platform, i.e. a big clean system. As for being boring, hugely disagree. I think René knows exactly what he's doing.
                  • calipheron's avatar
                    calipheron
                    Definitely an overrated series. The production is pleasingly raw, but the synth riffs / chords are just too simplistic to be memorable. Yeah I know, minimalism and all that, but when it's this simplistic it's just boring.
                    • Deenos's avatar
                      Deenos
                      i'm really sorry to say, but production quality to my ears, is cheap.

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