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v/a - music from mathematics - selector series one - mathematics communications - cd

MATHEMATICS 09CD - 59015 - uscd - €12.50

Genre: House - Chicago

1 Bocca Grande - Adlibitum
2 Adonis presents late invitation - The Invite
3 Les Aeroplanes - Ils Disent Que L' Orient Est Rouge
4 Steve Poindexter presents Alessandro Izzo - II Fragile
5 Alessandro Izzo - ll Mistero
6 Contra Communem Opinionem - Baliarides
7 Vagon Brei - Space Mpz
8 Audio Atlas - Alaska
9 Marcello Napoletano - This Movement Must Be The Start
10 Noleian Reusse - Images
11 John Heckle - Shape of the Universe
12 Slava - Shapes Of Summer
13 Gentl3man - 4 Ur Elegance




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On the Label's first official mix CD, compiled by fellow Chicagoan Daryl Cura (Eargasmic Recordings), is a retrospective that showcases the deep sound it continues to champion today ranging from deep techno, atmospheric acid tracks, experimental electronic jazz, electro and house influences. Check!

Recorded live straight to tape without the powers
of today’s computer software and utilizing a simple set up of 2 turntables and an old school mixer, this stunning 60+ minute mix takes a journey through the compelling catalog and work of Mathematics Recordings.

In 1996, the 1st Mathematics record was released on an extremely limited 12” that was only available for purchase directly from Jamal Moss’ backpack – so rare that its existence is almost mythical. 5 years later in 2001, an Africans With
Mainframes release (MATHEMATICS 001) marks the label’s launch into world recognition.
With over 50 releases to date from veteran artists such as Steve Poindexter, Adonis, and of course label boss Hieroglyphic Being, Mathematics has also become an imprint known to catapult careers introducing many outstanding producers like Marcello Napoletano, Andreas Gehm, Analogous Doom, Takeshi Kouzuki, Contra Communem Opinionem, and more recently John Heckle & Kuba Sojka.