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Journey of the Deep Sea Dweller III by Drexciya

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Journey of the Deep Sea Dweller III

Drexciya

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Album

Journey of the Deep Sea Dweller III

Drexciya

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Label: Clone Classic Cuts
Volume 3 in the Clone label's ongoing Drexciya anthology dives still deeper into the netherworld of the shadowy, Afro-futurist duo from Detroit. By turns menacing, playful, gritty and ebullient, the comp takes in the white-noise thrum of "Bubble Chamber," the militant call-to-fins of "Aquabahn" and the unhinged almost-pop of "Flying Fish." "Nautilus 12" is a no-holds-barred duet for pile-driver and dial tone, while "Red Hills of Lardossa" captures their underwater funk at its most colorfully bubbly. Like its predecessors, this comp is essential listening for students of techno's outer limits.

About This Album

Volume 3 in the Clone label's ongoing Drexciya anthology dives still deeper into the netherworld of the shadowy, Afro-futurist duo from Detroit. By turns menacing, playful, gritty and ebullient, the comp takes in the white-noise thrum of "Bubble Chamber," the militant call-to-fins of "Aquabahn" and the unhinged almost-pop of "Flying Fish." "Nautilus 12" is a no-holds-barred duet for pile-driver and dial tone, while "Red Hills of Lardossa" captures their underwater funk at its most colorfully bubbly. Like its predecessors, this comp is essential listening for students of techno's outer limits.

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About This Album

Volume 3 in the Clone label's ongoing Drexciya anthology dives still deeper into the netherworld of the shadowy, Afro-futurist duo from Detroit. By turns menacing, playful, gritty and ebullient, the comp takes in the white-noise thrum of "Bubble Chamber," the militant call-to-fins of "Aquabahn" and the unhinged almost-pop of "Flying Fish." "Nautilus 12" is a no-holds-barred duet for pile-driver and dial tone, while "Red Hills of Lardossa" captures their underwater funk at its most colorfully bubbly. Like its predecessors, this comp is essential listening for students of techno's outer limits.