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Sender Berlin - Deep Field Transmission Snork60 incl. Alexander Kowalski remix
Format: 12", Digital
1-1 Deep Field (Original) 7:51
1-2 Transmission (Original) 6:44
1-3 Transmission (Alexander Kowalski remix)7:02
1-4 Elapse (Original) 10:47
w+p by Sender Berlin aka Hendrik Vaak & Torsten Litschko.
Additional remix by Alexander Kowalski
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Sender Berlin are back with "Deep Field Transmission"!
Sender Berlin, the producer duo of Hendrik Vaak and Torsten Litschko, belong to the great
discovers of the 90´s Tresor Headquarters generation. Their "Spektrum Weltweit" debut
album released on Tresor Records in 1999, with its subtly fusion of filigree grooves,
minimalistic deepness and playful melodies is one of today´s classics in the techno genre.
Allmusic appreciates their work with the words: "Sender Berlin keeps tweaking their
songwriting, never recycling the same song idea twice, but still using a consistent palette of
sounds to differing results with each song." The unity of multiplicity influenced also the main
idea of their UnGleich record label which was founded in the same year and which set
standards as related to stylistic bandwidth and uncompromising quality.
In August 2002 Sender Berlin made a piece of radio history with recording the Sender Berlin
Peel Session in their own studio with the attendance of the legendary BBC-DJ John Peel. At
that they followed some other artists footsteps like LFO, Aphex Twin, Chemical Brothers,
Autechre and Underworld, whose superior importance have also been underlined by
exclusive John Peel Sessions. After six years and different solo projects Hendrik and Torsten
are back with their first official sign of life as Sender Berlin. With their new EP "Deep Field
Transmission" on Snork Enterprises Records they continue with the distinctive sound of
"Spektrum Weltweit" in a consequently developed shape. The opener "Deep Field" leads the
field progressive, vibrating and straight like a live-jam, "Elapse" is oscillating between
spherical analog sounds and aggressive leads and "Transmission" transmits raw, direct and
in your face!
About the title of their new EP, Sender Berlin explained: "Deep Field is the picture made by
the Hubble telescope... so far the deepest look into our sun system. And because there was
long time no hear from us, we now broadcast from there."