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ARTIST
TITLE
The Line of Nine
FORMAT
2LP

LABEL
CATALOG #
KOM 138LP KOM 138LP
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
5/15/2006

Double LP version. Kompakt veterans Anton Kubikov and Maxim Miluytenko have traveled far since embarking as Moscow's most endearing minimal techno/house act SCSI-9, and this is their second full-length release. From Salo to Force Tracks, Trapez and beyond, these lads have captivated DJs and dance floors around the world with their remarkable ability to construct an uplifting, emotive mood fuelled by the pulse of the unprejudiced, techy beat. Dance music has evolved to astronomical proportions over the past years in Russia and SCSI-9 have managed to keep on top of it; whether it be hosting international talent or through their overlooked label imprint Pro-Tez, their contributions and dedication to the growth of the minimal scene there is immeasurable. And now it's time, though they've kept the vinyl purists intoxicated with a steady stream of 12" singles, it's been over 3 years since their debut album Digital Russian (Force Tracks), and they've come up with their most accomplished work to date with The Line Of Nine. This new release puts forward a fantastic cluster of dimension and depth to an overpopulated world of disposable, faceless music that exists in minimal techno currently. Fans of SCSI-9's Force Tracks days will be delighted to indulge through tracks such as "Eclair De Lune" that whispers the early-20th century's magic of minimal-house with a delicate twist of classic piano and sweeping synths. The vocal ballad that echoes throughout the title track, "The Line Of Nine" reminds of Herbert & Dani Sicilliano's finest moments -- pure coffee-house bliss.