Postdigital Love

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This is part of the Symbolic Interaction compilation album - The Silence Was Warm Vol. 5. Which also features tracks by Ard Bit and Roel Funcken

"The sixty-eight-minute set mixes names familiar—Roel Funcken, Ian Hawgood, Cyan341, and Rachael Boyd a sampling of names that might ring a bell—with others less so. Most contributors adhere to song-styled structures in their pieces, with Home Normal head Hawgood a conspicuous outlier in opting for an explorative meditation in his texturally rich “Paper Harmonies (Tokyo).” As a result, the collection is about as accessible and melodically appealing a compilation as one might hope to find as far as underground electronic music collections are concerned."

"As downtempo as the collection generally is, not all of the material is relaxed in tone: there's energized techno swing from Cyan341 (“Postdigital Love”), hyperactive, jazz-inflected breakbeats by Weave (“Entwined”), and funky, synth-pop swirl from Set In Sand (“Get Together”); however, the disc's heaviest hitter is, not surprisingly, Funcken, who brings the heat to “Cheen Groice” with dizzying, acid-drenched beatwork. Compiler Kentaro Togawa (aka The Retail Sectors and Hopeless Local Marching Band) has crafted this installment to be somewhat of a Symbolic Interaction-Abandon Building venture, given the involvement of acts associated with the latter such as Set In Sand and K-Conjog—merely one more indication of the kind of fertile cross-pollination that's become standard practice in the contemporary electronic production world captured on the release."
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released January 1, 2014
Written and Produced by Cyan341
Mastered by Rudi-Arapahoe

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Cyan341 London

Cyan341 is a London-based producer of deep Detroit-inspired techno.

His sound is a weaving together of Berlin techno and the deeper, funkier Detroit techno of acts such as Anthony Shakir, Mark Kinchin, Scott Kinchin and the more well known techno triumvirate.

He has appeared on vol 5 of Uncharted Audio’s Signals series with such UK electronica luminaries as Si Begg, Neil Landstrumm and Plaid.
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