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01
Kryptic Minds The Talisman
06 :08
02
Addison Groove Phantom
04 :33
03
Tunnidge Universal
05 :02
04 05 :03
05
Goth-Trad Mach
04 :40
06
Cluekid Evolution
05 :35
07
Roska 480 BC
05 :16
08
Monky Float
04 :47
09
Ginz Chrome
04 :36
10
OM Unit Preshah
04 :02
11
Kevin McPhee Outs
06 :16
12
Illum Sphere Promise A Secret
03 :56
13 10 :18
ARTIST
TITLE
Tectonic Plates Volume 3
FORMAT
4LP

LABEL
CATALOG #
TECPAK 002LP TECPAK 002LP
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
4/10/2012

4LP version. The special limited-run vinyl version of Tectonic Plates Volume 3 is comprised of four individual plates, each cut and pressed to the same high DJ-tooled standard as a regular Tectonic 12" single, housed in a wide-spine heavyweight card sleeve with eye-catching metallic artwork. The mighty Tectonic drop the third volume in their esteemed Plates series, compiling exclusive tracks from a selection of electronic music's leading and breaking artists. Since starting low frequency operations in 2005, the Bristol label has been a beacon for dubstep, bass and progressive electronic music fans. On Tectonic Plates Volume 3, the first half offerings range across classic 140 bpm tempi, including Kryptic Minds' haunting opening declaration "The Talisman," Pinch's deeply cinematic "Blow Out The Candle," "Evolution" by Cluekid, and the supersonic "Mach" by Japan's Goth-Trad. Tribal influences permeate through Tunnidge's "Universal" and rhythms also swerve towards funky with an appearance from Roska on "480 BC" and, shot through with an array of classic scratch DJ samples, "Phantom" by Addison Groove. Cardiff's Monky introduces the second movement with the transcendent breaks of "Float" before the heavy-prog-rock stomp of Ginz's "Chrome" body-slams events firmly back into place. Three breakout artists are featured with recent Red Bull Music Academy participant Om Unit, Kevin McPhee (named in DJ Magazine's "Ones To Watch" for 2012) and Manchester's Illum Sphere, whose set at Radiohead's remixes album launch for Boiler Room topped a fantastic year. The album's closing scene is the epic 10-minute "Rogue State" by 2562.