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Transience - Ekoplekz - Bioprodukt (CD, Album)

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  1. ‎Born and raised in Bristol, Nick Edwards first came to prominence under the guise of the jagged and dark electronics of Ekoplekz through a string of self-released CD-Rs and word of mouth. Edwards became part of the emerging Bristol dubstep scene, starting out as a music blogger under the name Gutter. Available with an Apple Music subscription.
  2. An extremely prolific producer, Bioprodukt is Edwards’ fourth album for the label in three years and his first since ’s Reflekzionz. That album was the closest Ekoplekz has veered towards.
  3. Jun 16,  · Planet Mu's now in-house sonic scientist Ekoplekz returns in a fresh coat of low-fi kosmiche dub and wildly twisted mayhem. While his last Mu outing Reflekzionz looked to the ambient electronica of early 90s µ-Ziq and AFX for inspiration, Bioprodukt turns its gaze back a further few years to the late 80s’ sound of first wave aciiiiiid!!!
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  5. “Ekoplekz returns with his fourth album for Planet Mu, in the shape of tracker "Bioprodukt". The unique lo-fi, woozy sound of Bristol's Nick Edwards stays intact while he veers towards the nineties for inspiration: the bleep and bass sound of the north of England is one touchpoint and the acid gurgles of the are tetanecastrighdoggflamamipspirnetftread.xyzinfog: Transience.
  6. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Ekoplekz - Bioprodukt at Discogs. Complete your Ekoplekz collection.
  7. Ekoplekz returns with his fourth album for Planet Mu, in the shape of tracker "Bioprodukt". The unique lo-fi, woozy sound of Bristol's Nick Edwards stays intact while he veers towards the nineties for inspiration: the bleep and bass sound of the north of England is one touchpoint and the acid gurgles of the are another.
  8. bioprodukt by ekoplekz buy online at resident, the unique lo-fi, woozy sound of bristol's nick edwards stays intact while he veers towards the 90s for.

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