Impulsgenerator

by Hainbach

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Ian De Quadros
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Ian De Quadros Wasn't sure what to expect from this release but it's so good! Great to hear Hainbach do his take on techno and it's got such a soul to the sound. Great stuff. Favorite track: True Protection.
acidburnz
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acidburnz Another corker from Hainbach, chock full of experimental bliss, and some really rather good sonic textrues. Favorite track: True Protection.
ik2000
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ik2000 Not often a track comes along that sends shivers down my spine, but the first song, “Entropy First” is one such track. Great work by Hainbach, showing true genius in the sound making world of test equipment. Favorite track: Entropy First.
SynthMage00
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SynthMage00 I've literally never bought a recording so fast. Hainbach's work with test equipment has been amazing to watch, and these upbeat, moody, dance-adjacent tracks are some of the most interesting recordings I've heard all year. Do yourself a favor and add this to your collection. Favorite track: Past Perfect Future.
kreationkaze
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kreationkaze a subtle evolving work, this release is more industrial then any other artist (other then perhaps author & punisher) has a right to claim. it's dark, moody and has that base fuelled tech sound that takes you to another world. Buy it!

ps whoever mastered this did a great job. it sounded absolutely massive on my set up. props. Favorite track: Entropy First.
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Impulsgenerator is a ‘club’ record made by a man who doesn’t make club music, released on a label that puts on ‘clubnights’ but doesn't release club tunes. It’s a departure for us both, but a deepening of what we already do. D’you feel us?

Constructed using a splendid piece of olde-school German test equipment (and contiguous technologies), from which it takes its name, it comes all the way from said partition’s teknofuturist capital, Berlin. Instead of the future, though, Hainbach has consulted the past in the creation of this fizzy, scratching soundsystem artwerk, which draws on influences as diverse as Pan Sonic, Stockhausen, Aphex Twin and Iron Maiden, and represents “the most radical break from my previous releases”.

Indeed, for Comrade Goetsch (Stefan, to you), music is “communication between people”, “a feeling of flow”, and what flows from the past into the present here, in abundance, is a kind of electric energy that discharges itself in thick, sticky rhythms and drones, pulses and blasts, which don’t so much hit the ear as invade and fill it. Pour yourself a cup of this and you might just end up lashed.

MISCWX008 is also a 12”, a *real* one (our first), and comes in shiny radioactive yellow for maximum Technics kix/dinnerparty wowz. It’s got pretty pictures and patterns all over it and, if you pitch it to the right speed, it’ll mix with your shitty landfill house records like petrol with piña colada. One more for the road please boss!

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released November 5, 2019

Written and produced by Stefan Goetsch
Mastered by Datassette at Front 149
Vinyl cut by Curve Pusher

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