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Nuron Fugue
DAT Tapes 1993-1994

DAT Tapes 1993-1994
DAT Tapes 1993-1994DAT Tapes 1993-1994

Labels

De:tuned

Catno

ASGDE037LTD

Formats

2x Vinyl 12" Coloured

Country

Belgium

Release date

Oct 28, 2022

Genres

Light blue marbled vinyl.
Nuron makes a spectacular return on De:tuned with a compilation of hidden treasures. Nurmad Jusat aka Nuron / Fugue, one of the originators of the UK emotive techno sound, went on a quest for archived material and unearthed a handful of DAT tapes with previously unreleased music from the early to mid 90s. The tracks offer a deeply melodic and unique masterclass. Nuron combines a pulsing four-on-the-floor signature beat of the traditional techno sound with his characteristic rhythm and harmony elements. Classic Likemind-esque material that comes with an exclusive Stasis remix of 'Contrapoint'.

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Nov 28, 2022

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A1

Nuron - The Coded Message

A2

Nuron - Interior World

B1

Nuron - Waiting For Nothing

B2

Nuron - Another Way

C1

Nuron - Neither Here Nor There

C2

Fugue - Contrapoint (First Version)

D1

Nuron - Dialectic Confusion

D2

Fugue - Contrapoint (Stasis Mix 1)

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