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Tracklist

1Enter6:48
2On A Distant Journey10:34
3And If You Know6:36
4Target6:41
5Utopia7:30
6Redemption5:38
7Challenger5:36
8Onkalo4:46
9Frozen Land6:00

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
93dsr/dtf-lp1Delta Funktionen Traces ‎(2x12", Album, Ltd, Cle)Delsin93dsr/dtf-lp1Netherlands2012
93dsr/dtf-lp1Delta Funktionen Traces ‎(2x12", Album)Delsin93dsr/dtf-lp1Netherlands2012

Credits

  • ArtworkBoris Tellegen

Notes

Issued as a Digipak.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 8717127022656
  • Matrix / Runout: CA 93DSR/DTF-CD1 @@ 5/3/2012 8:45:06 AM 0000828392
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LY88
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 1285

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Copyright Control
  • Copyright (c) – Delsin Records
  • Distributed By – Rush Hour Distribution

Video

Info

Delta Funktionen is an artist driven by stories and concepts. Using technical skill and a well informed background, he calls on techno, electro, house and ghetto sounds to conjure up musical mind movies that really take you somewhere. Delta Funktionen's biography. Sync 24's label has detailed three From The Dark compilations, the first of which lands in October. Sun, 26 Mar 2017. Delta Funktionen reveals next album, Junior High School Excursion To The Parallel World. The mind-bending excursion is out via Radio Matrix in June. Thu, 19 Jan 2017. Album 2012 9 Songs. Try it Funktionen - Traces 93dsr. Available as 2xLP, limited 2xLP clear vinyl, CD and Digital. Tracklisting 01 Frozen Land 02 Enter 03 Utopia 04 Redemption 05 Target 06 And If You Know 07 Challenger 08 Onkalo 09 On A Distant Journey. Track 07 'Challenger' exclusive to CD and Digital format. Delsin Records Delta Funktionen Traces 93dsr Frozen Land Enter Utopia Redemption Target And If You Know Challenger Onkalo On A Distant Journey. Released by: Delsin Records. 9 tracks 60:02. Delta Funktionen is Niels Luinenburg's main musical project which has the focus on the deeper side of life. No fashion, no trends, just taking it back to where it came from and pushing it into new directions, still with much respe read more. Delta Funktionen. Traces, 2012. Frozen Land, 05:59. Enter, 06:47. Utopia, 07:30. Redemption, 05:38. Target, 06:41. And If You Know, 06:36. Delta Funktionen may not have Forward Strategy Groups experimental edge or Shifteds unique sound design, but on Traces he proves himself to be one of the few to thrive in this most adverse setting for techno producers. Richard Brophy of . 답글 나에게 알림 2 Helpful. 릴리스 편집 All Versions of this Release 변경사항 검토. 컬렉션에 추가 희망 목록에 추가 희망 목록에서 제거. Delta Funktionen, Berlin, Germany. Bookings: michiel Funktionen - Black Endlessness. Radio Matrix. Black Endlessness. Wasteland - Chapter II: Chasm of in album Delta Funktionen - Setup One: Decorum 2010. Delta Funktionen - Abundance. Delta Funktionen - Please Identify. Delta Funktionen - One's Space. Delta Funktionen - Erosion. Total votes: 1. Other albums by Delta Funktionen. Dub Techno. Setup Two Fusion

Delta Funktionen - Traces mp3

Performer: Delta Funktionen

Title: Traces

Country: Netherlands

Release date: 18 Jun 2012

Label: Delsin

Style: House, Techno, Electro

Catalog: 93DSR, 93dsr

Genre: Electronic

Size MP3: 1473 mb

Rating: 4.7 / 5

Votes: 403

Record source: CD, Album

MP3 Related to Delta Funktionen - Traces

Riavay
Despite still being in his 20s, Niels Luinenberg has already released a string of acclaimed EPs and has showcased his impressive DJing skills through gigs around Europe and a series of excellent online mixes, as well as this year’s Interia compilation. Can he now take the next step and translate his skills to the album format? This is the hurdle where many talented techno producers falter; it’s one thing to make a dynamic dance floor EP, but it’s another matter entirely to come up with fresh ideas and approaches for a much longer format. The album format has highlighted the shortcomings of many and showcased the real talents of few, but happily, Traces sees Luinenberg join a small group of techno artists who have made the transition. The Dutch producer has said that research was key to his approach on Traces, but this writer has a different opinion and feels that Luinenberg’s lengthy DJ sets provide the most obvious clues about where he sought inspiration.

“Frozen Land” starts the album in contemplative mode as austere synths unravel over slow-paced, shuffling drums. It’s followed by “Enter”, where robotic vocals and seared acid lines underpin a slow-motion, ominous bass. Together, these tracks make for an atmospheric opening. Luinenberg maintains the evocative feeling on “Utopia” but ups the tempo slightly, with tight claps and acid lines providing the basis for magical, Drexciyan synths. Traces then shifts from the esoteric to the visceral, as “Redemption” rides heavy claps and rough acid lines; “Target” unfolds to cavernous drums and heavy tribal beats, while “And If You Know” features scatter-gun percussion and a “Losing Control”-style pitched down vocal sample.

That’s it as far as dance floor tracks go, but Luinenberg indulges his Detroit fetish on “Challenger”, a gloriously seductive track with a purring bassline and with “Onkalo”, where ominous drums and a viscous low end recalls Gosub at his best. The parting shot, “On A Distant Journey”, is perhaps the album’s finest moment. It sees Luinenberg draw inspiration again from the classic techno and electro sounds that feature in his sets. It boasts synth lines that merge the soul of Derrick May and Kraftwerk’s robotic emotions, but just when the listener is convinced that they are in for a deep trip, Luinenberg unexpectedly drops ferocious drums and distorted acid licks before veering back to his esoteric leanings. Delta Funktionen may not have Forward Strategy Group’s experimental edge or Shifted’s unique sound design, but on Traces he proves himself to be one of the few to thrive in this most adverse setting for techno producers.

Richard Brophy of junodownload.com
Riavay
Despite still being in his 20s, Niels Luinenberg has already released a string of acclaimed EPs and has showcased his impressive DJing skills through gigs around Europe and a series of excellent online mixes, as well as this year’s Interia compilation. Can he now take the next step and translate his skills to the album format? This is the hurdle where many talented techno producers falter; it’s one thing to make a dynamic dance floor EP, but it’s another matter entirely to come up with fresh ideas and approaches for a much longer format. The album format has highlighted the shortcomings of many and showcased the real talents of few, but happily, Traces sees Luinenberg join a small group of techno artists who have made the transition. The Dutch producer has said that research was key to his approach on Traces, but this writer has a different opinion and feels that Luinenberg’s lengthy DJ sets provide the most obvious clues about where he sought inspiration.

“Frozen Land” starts the album in contemplative mode as austere synths unravel over slow-paced, shuffling drums. It’s followed by “Enter”, where robotic vocals and seared acid lines underpin a slow-motion, ominous bass. Together, these tracks make for an atmospheric opening. Luinenberg maintains the evocative feeling on “Utopia” but ups the tempo slightly, with tight claps and acid lines providing the basis for magical, Drexciyan synths. Traces then shifts from the esoteric to the visceral, as “Redemption” rides heavy claps and rough acid lines; “Target” unfolds to cavernous drums and heavy tribal beats, while “And If You Know” features scatter-gun percussion and a “Losing Control”-style pitched down vocal sample.

That’s it as far as dance floor tracks go, but Luinenberg indulges his Detroit fetish on “Challenger”, a gloriously seductive track with a purring bassline and with “Onkalo”, where ominous drums and a viscous low end recalls Gosub at his best. The parting shot, “On A Distant Journey”, is perhaps the album’s finest moment. It sees Luinenberg draw inspiration again from the classic techno and electro sounds that feature in his sets. It boasts synth lines that merge the soul of Derrick May and Kraftwerk’s robotic emotions, but just when the listener is convinced that they are in for a deep trip, Luinenberg unexpectedly drops ferocious drums and distorted acid licks before veering back to his esoteric leanings. Delta Funktionen may not have Forward Strategy Group’s experimental edge or Shifted’s unique sound design, but on Traces he proves himself to be one of the few to thrive in this most adverse setting for techno producers.

Richard Brophy of junodownload.com