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Editorial Reviews

Echospace is the collaborative venture of DeepChord's Rod Modell and Soultek's Steve Hitchell, and this is their first full-length release on the Modern Love label. Detroit's Rod Modell is one of the most noted producers operating in the dub-infused aftermath of the Basic Channel axis and all its myriad offshoots. His series of 12"s on his own eponymous imprint were released at the tail-end of the '90s and the beginning of the new century, and are considered by many as the natural progression from the effervescent, super-dense techno of Berlin's Chain Reaction. Following an extended hiatus, Rod Modell has re-wired his studio again and is once again receiving great acclaim for his low-end techno variations. Chicago's Steve Hitchell is a longtime DeepChord cohort and a noted producer in his own right -- most notably under the Soultek moniker. The Coldest Season was produced using nothing but vintage analog equipment: Roland Space Echo, Echoplex, Korg tape delay, vintage signal processors, noise generators, Sequential Circuits 8-bit samplers amp; numerous analog synthesizers. This project goes back to the heady days of Berlin-based proto dub/techno variations, recorded and produced in Detroit and Chicago. Three of the world's most important techno cities colliding to form a whole that perfectly bridges the gap between The Motor City's emotive arrangements, The Windy City's percussive robustness, and Berlin's life-altering Basic Channel continuum.

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