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Sendai’s first

Wednesday, February 11th, 2009

A few weeks ago, the first Sendai release “Sustaining the Chain” saw the light of day.

Here’s all the info you need, thanks to Peter for writing the info below.

The first release for 2009 on Time To Express:

Sendai: Sustaining The Chain (T2X04)

“This release marks the debut of Brussels’ duo Sendai.
Longtime friends Yves De Mey (aka Eavesdropper) and Peter Van Hoesen team up and deliver the fourth installment on Time To Express.

The original version of Sustaining The Chain provides a glimpse into the duo’s shared interest in pure, energetic techno. After a three minute build-up the track arrives at the core of its being: a growling, deep bassline, ever expanding and evolving, sustained by swirling effects and sparse percussion. This is techno stripped down to its essential elements, while deploying the full impact needed to move a crowd during peak time.

On remix duty, Peter Van Hoesen carefully selects specific percussive elements of the original and warps them into a hypnotic, deep and friendly groove. There is a definite cinematic approach applied to this remix – think widescreen future dub and you’re close. A track for the 8 am crowd.”

Formats: 12″ vinyl + digital (MP3 + FLAC)
Vinyl release date: January 12 2009

Distribution: Kompakt

a1. Sustaining The Chain (Original Mix)
b1. Sustaining The Chain (Peter Van Hoesen Remix)

Mastered by CGB at Dubplates & Mastering, Berlin.

Listed/played/supported by Ali Wells (Kompakt), Margaret Dygas (Panorama Bar, Non Standard Productions), Konrad Black (Wagon Repair), Frequency FM, Matthew Walsh (Turbo Rec/Clouded Vision), Allan Byallo (Kontrol), Christopher Milo (Three), Laurent Garnier (F Comm), Josh Wink (Ovum),…

Buy vinyl: HardwaxJunoWordandSound

and hopefully at a quality record store near you too…

Buy digital: Boomkat

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Friday, August 18th, 2006

Finally jumping on this train too. Hopefully we’ll be able to update the blog very frequently. We’ll mainly use it as a means of sharing concert info, release info, maybe some thoughts about issues we strongly relate to, and from time to time some recommendations for a better musical life. Please get in touch if there’s something you want to share.

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