Release Date: 9th November 2018
After his acclaimed debut album in late 2017 and his explosive live set in Sonar festival this summer, Red Bull Music Academy discipule Clip debuts in Stale with a journey of powerful analogue textures straight from his modular. Clip offers uncompromising techno club weapons on Grip and Sand, while Detail focus his darkest and deep nightmarish trips. Falling Ethics boss P.E.A.R.L. completes the record with a brute and super effective rework for Grip, ready for shake the most vigorous club walls.
a2. Grip (P.E.A.R.L. Remix)
Release Date: 7th July 2017
ST173 is the first Various Artists effort on Kastil's STALE imprint. The 3rd installment of 2017 showcases the most active artists from the STALE stable (Kastil & Irazu)
Kastil opens up the record with the noteworthy tones of ''Carucci'' while Madrid based Irazu offers a wild adventure that's constructed around his usual paranoidsynth work and frantic fx with Introversion.
Basel native Ben Kaczor is offering a piece of Acidic Techno on ''Sick Acido'' and Desroi explores the dystopian side of electronic music with his ''Disprocess''
a1. Kastil - Carucci
a2. Desroi - Disprocess
b1. Irazu - Introversion
b2. Ben Kaczor - Sick Acido
Released 5th May 2017
After multiple cassette and 12'' releases through Kastil's STALE in 2016, it's time for Irazu's lasest addition to the series of complex techno works. Shtamm is a package that contains four original cuts + a remix by specialist of high-end machine music ''Regis''. ''Refused To Be Found'' is a soaring travel through moods and sonic landscapes which at times resonates like a helicopter flying through an inner city estate building. The aesthetic nature of the opening track is extended through ''Shtamm''. A multi dimensional piece of work that showcases a more submersive side of Irazu's broad pallette. 'Last Hours'' is a cinematic stroke of vivid pads that sound like they were extracted from a remastered Russian thriller classic. Regis opens ups the B-side with a rework of ''Shtamm''. The off-beat machine funk of the remix leaves little of the original mix intact, yet Regis has turned it into a staggering piece of ferocity. ''Torso'' is another Irazu original that sound like 7.5 minutes of vigorous rhythms and swerving perc elements.
a1. Refused to be Found
a3. Last Hours
b1. Shtamm (Regis Remix)