Isolate Exp 006 – Various Artists

Isolation Experiments is a wonderful project where DJ’s and artists from around the globe submit their audio recordings for producers to stitch together. The movement was founded by Measure Divide, an experienced Toronto-based artist, known for pushing boundaries within the techno scene for well over a decade. Having already gained a huge wealth of experience, Measure Divide decided to use his presence to give something back. He wanted to assist with on-going issues in the world, whilst also being creative. Asking people to submit their audio samples, Measure Divide would use them to create the hard-hitting techno tracks that we all love. Having completed the first two releases on his own, they were extremely well received, leading to a huge number of offers from artists who wanted to get involved. From release 003, the Candaian artist opened the project up to other artists and began publishing the records on Bandcamp. All proceeds from each release are donated to charity, the first five releases to the WHO Solidarity Response Fund and for 006, the Okra Project to help Black Trans lives.

Volume 006 features a slew of talent such as new Trip Records signee, AADJA and Berlin’s Patrick DSP, who provides some beautiful rolling techno. The record twists and turns, showcasing some breaky acid rhythms from Korea Town Acid, and then entering some fast paced, high-BPM chuggers from City Dance Corporation. You will also find some Raw-punk experiments by MDD as well as some deeper percussive rhythms from Glordan Battaglin, followed by some industrial techno from Witch-hunt Abolition, Sawdust, Niban and Unknown. This is simply a mere taste of what is on the album, and we highly recommend giving it a listen. You will not be disappointed. 

To purchase and listen to the whole album, and support the amazing causes, head to Bandcamp here!

A1. AADJA – Zero Moon
A2. City Dance Corporation – Deg Shit
B1. Korea Town Acid – Clout Chaser
B2. Patrick DSP – Isolation
[Releasing: 07.08.20 on Involve]

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