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Radius - Obsolete Machines Full Album

Radius - Obsolete Machines Full Album Performer: Radius
Title: Obsolete Machines
Style: Dub Techno
Label: echospace [detroit]
# Cat: RDS-LP1
Released: Nov 2017
Country: US
FLAC album: 1386 mb
MP3 album: 1022 mb
Rating: 4.0
Genre: Electronic


2Ethersonic (cv313 Reshape)
Remix – cv313
3Ethersonic (cv313 Reprise)
Remix – cv313
4Oscillation Range4:56


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
RDS-CD1Radius Obsolete Machines ‎(2xCDr, Album, Ltd)echospace [detroit]RDS-CD1US2017
RDS-CD-LERadius Obsolete Machines (Variant Reworks) ‎(2xCDr, Album, Ltd)echospace [detroit]RDS-CD-LEUS2018
noneRadius Obsolete Machines [w​/​cv313 Reshapes] ‎(16xFile, MP3, Album, RM, 320)echospace [detroit]noneUS2017
noneRadius Obsolete Machines [w​/​cv313 Reshapes] ‎(16xFile, ALAC, Album, RM)echospace [detroit]noneUS2017
noneRadius Obsolete Machines [Variant Reworks] ‎(6xFile, FLAC, 16 )echospace [detroit]noneUS2018


  • Artwork, LayoutAl White
  • Mastered By, Lacquer Cut ByBazza
  • Written-By, ProducerRadius


Screen printed sleeve.
Written and produced by Radius (1998-2001).
Reworked and reshaped by cv313.


  • Mastered At – Alchemy Mastering
  • Distributed By – Rubadub


Listen free to Radius Obsolete Machines ethersonic, Always Dreaming Unreleased Mix and more. 16 tracks 156:43. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Machines is ranked 72,859th in the overall chart, 21,954th in the 2010s, and 2,296th in the year 2017. This album is rated in the top 21 of all albums on . Obsolete Machines by Radius Year: 2017 Release date: 2017-04-06 Overall rank: 72,859th. Average Rating: 75100 from 1 vote. Now the time has come for the next archives. This time they consist of three albums labeled Intepolation Tapes. Hitchell has devoted almost the entire year to recover from old tapes once recorded songs. He used the old samplers, thanks to which the recordings kept their analog aspect. The first CD from the series contains four long songs. First, we get a composition slowly developing from the reduced amb. Interpolation Tapes. Год релиза - любой - 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990. Месяц релиза - любой - January February March April May June July August September October November December. Тип релиза - любой - Album Single Compilation Radioshow EP LP. Artist: Radius Title Of Album: Obsolete Machines Year Of Release: 2017 Label: echospace Genre: Ambient, Dub Techno Quality: FLAC tracks Total Time: 02:36:37 Total Size: 822 Mb. PLAYLIST :: 01. Ethersonic 19:58 02. Always Dreaming 5:33 03. The Advent Of Babylon 8:10 04. Soul Rotation 10:12 05. Culture 13:14 06. Album: Radius Obsolete Machines Label: echospace Year: 2018 https. You can buy Album Obsolete Machines 2017 - Radius. Listen online top songs Radius. Download the latest song of Obsolete Machines: The Advent Of Babylon 1996 Original 12 Mix. Obsolete Machines Stage 2Echospace Detroit. Chicago House. LSD Machines. LPx2 . Notify me. An unreleased classic from the vaults emerges with newly remastered content from Radius's celebrated Obsolete Machines double album & two of the most epic creations featured on the Interpolation Tapes CD series, available for the first time ever on vinyl format. Many of the songs featured in this project were initially sent to Rod Modell & Mike Schommer shortly after they launched their brilliant deepchord label in 2001


Comments: (12)
Lovely release, something I noticed aside from the quality of the tunes was the really excellent price point in the States for the record. Perhaps a result of some of the newer plants springing up? A trend I hope to see continue...
Stunning in every sense of the word, changed my entire listening experience. As much as I adore the dub-techno movement and genre, no one producing this music has filled the void of Basic Channel & Rhythm & Sound with the exception of these two talents. One of my personal favorites of all time, I truly hope there is another DeepChord presents EchoSpace album in the works as it changed my entire perception of this music forever. I love their solo productions but together, they have true, magic, I hope there is more to come from their unified productions!
listen to some Submersion.also, I believe cv313 has long been Steve's solo project or at least had minimum RM involvement.
I have to side with The Wire on this beautiful set: "Speaking of concealing brilliance in smoky space, here the principle is taken to far distant limits. Three tracks here are culled from Steve Hitchell’s cassette demos from the early 1990’s, led by the 16 minute “Ethersonic” which manages to be constantly shifting yet changeless, like the beating subterranean heart of a sleeping city; inhuman, incomprehensible, sublime in scale yet paradoxically comforting. Even by the standards of the Deepchord/Echospace axis, it’s a gorgeously enveloping embrace. The pleasure is prolonged by two equally long new remixes of the track by Hitchell and Rod Modell as cv313: they add watery sparkle and electric cracks, making new experiences that, while they can’t match the totalizing wonder of the original, stimulate other synapses. Of the two other old tracks, the distorting “Oscillation Range” in particular can teach supposedly lo-fi producers a thing or two about how much scope can be achieved with bare bones tech."
I know cv313 is Rod and Stephen, but does anyone know if Rod had input on sides C and D? Rod's sound on his new Deepchord releases has diverged greatly from the traditional echospace sound at this point.
I believe it's been Steve's solo project (or at least with minimum RM involvement) for a long time now.
cv313 is 95% Stephen only. Rod has minor influence on this project
If I had to guess I'd say Stephen is remixing himself on this release.
CV313 are Rod Modell, Stephen Hitchell 4 more words word
Not sure mate but both sides are stunningly beautiful, I'm sure Rod had some input but my guess is it's more Stephen's influence.
16 tracks on the CD and we get 5. Really good though.
Maybe there are more to follow, a second edition? An absolute gem of a release though.