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1-2 Weeks
Disc 1
01 06 :21
02 07 :32
03 06 :27
04 04 :26
05 04 :54
Disc 2
01 08 :14
02 06 :03
03 07 :51
04 05 :05
ARTIST
TITLE
The Messenger
FORMAT
2x12"

LABEL
CATALOG #
OSTGUT 010LP OSTGUT 010LP
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
10/25/2011

2x12" version, featuring 9 out of 12 tracks from the CD. The Planetary Assault Systems project has been active for some 15 years now, channeling an exploratory theme into cutting-edge, non-conformist techno for the clubs but also for listening at home. His previous album for Ostgut Ton, Temporary Suspension (OSTGUT 009CD/004LP), re-instated that classic P.A.S sound and found the dexterous artist touring even more with this tougher, purist techno aesthetic. And yet again, Slater maintains his prolific output with the announcement of The Messenger. In his own words, it's a project that stays very true and honest to the Planetary Assault Systems goal: a journey of discovery, to create new sounds which are not otherwise present in club music at this time. There's a strong club element present here -- Slater play-tested all the tracks and employed a careful editing process to make sure they all fit the description. Highly playable works of club-intended sound art, early heavy moments like "Bell Blocker" or the playful "Wriss." The drum barrage of "Rip The Cut" speaks directly to the dancefloor, perhaps the most rhythmically-intense moment of the album, which is not to be put lightly as the rolling, filtering tones of "Cold Bolster" and "Black Tea" urge us further into perfectly frenetic moments.