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Intrusion / Reflection

  • Artists CV313, Phase90, Intrusion
  • Release Date 2008-07-09
  • Labels Echospace [Detroit]
  • Catalog ECHOSPACE007
  • Description Intrusion Reflection is a stunning double-disc set, and not just because of its fabulous mixed-coloured vinyl presentation (worth the purchase price alone). When the massive bass drum kicks into gear in the pile-driving opener “Intrusion Dub,” fans of oceanic dub-techno will feel like they've died and gone to heaven. Intrusion overseers Rod Modell (aka Deepchord) and Steven Hitchell (aka Soultek) merge the legendary sounds of Berlin's Basic Channel and Chain Reaction with the aerodynamic sheen of Detroit techno while also honouring the innovative spirit of King Tubby, and the results are glorious. Follow Modell and Hitchell as they assume their cv313 guise for side two's seriously grooving “Intrusion” remix, stoke a furious pulse in side three's “Intrusion (Phase90 Reshape),” and bring the funk to splintering shards of metallic chords on side four's “Reflection I”; the duo mercifully lets the machinery cool down for “Reflection II,” a beatless coda where freezing winds blow over echoing chords. One of the best moments occurs on side three when the hi-hats' move into double-time brings with it massive thrust, but it's merely one moment of many. Apparently the original recordings were produced in Detroit between 1993-98 and eventually re-shaped in 2008 but years hardly matter when the sound—a cavernously deep mix of hi-hats, throbbing kick drums, and clangorous chords that lash out like rattlesnakes—is so timeless. -Textura Magazine

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