released July 29, 2015
All Original Tracks Written and Produced by T/Error
All Artwork by T/Error
Following his still highly recommended "D7" L.P
. published early this year on Bass Agenda Recordings, T/Error invests in the Atlanta based label Body Control with another inevitable opus of his trademark. Expect here nothing but tense Electro tones with delays, reverbs and lots of B movie references serving the cause of a dystopian future!
The title track "U 235" opens the release with a cultivated mixture of distorted oscillations and 60's SciFi samples warning about outer space radiations killing life on Earth. The tone is given! Much anticipating "Nuclear Winter" instantly following offers a slow down of the tempo plus dark strings mutating into an horrific atmosphere.
Frantic "Dynamic mutation" succeeds with its fearsome robotic vocals over sinister layers and almighty rhythm, while urban "Ionizing Radiation" showcases incredible sound manipulations combined to a meticulous bassline. Going deeper into the realm, "Not Safe" turns into a loud affair, merging astonishing voices to synthetic pads enhanced by luxurious effects.
Experimental "Uranyl Hydroxide Vapours" signs a tremendous jam based upon melodic sequences, heavy compression, sharp modulations and heading frequencies. Ace!
Interspersed by intricate breaks, distorted "Xenon 129" returns on the dancefloor to increase the album tension. Absolute climax of the opus, disillusioned "U 238", my favorite, goes on then in a quest of a perfect world. Characterized by organic sororities and despair strings, this beauty gives the album a magistral twilight.
Final cut "Pythagoras" concludes the CD with catchy melodies, robotic lyrics, punishing drums and a dark chorus that will haunt your brain!
Hailing from Roma, Italy, T/Error (Borg Recordings) offers a new demonstration of his apparently unlimited talent to depict with a sense of drama, a post apocalyptic universe where only mutants survived. For this exercise, he has no rivals.
If you enjoyed T/Error's "U 235" album, please do yourself a favor and rush into the pleasure you will find from the remixes album!
Featuring Body Control's regular signatures, this digital release (also available in CD format) offers no less than ten almighty reworks, starting off with Anti-Gravity mastermind's robotic version of "Dynamic Mutation". Hard pounding beats enhanced with heading modulations plus untouchable droid vocals characterize AE35´s song. Ace from A to Z!
One of the highlights of "U 235", "Ionizing Radiation" comes then with four different variants: Chicagoan Weakmassive turns the original into a remarkable bleepy affair while Italian wizard Alessio Bargiacchi aka AL355|0 (Body Control, Aztlán) moves forward into an almighty 4/4 direction, injecting some deep early rave influences and female vocals to his wonderful tune. Swedish duo Faceless Mind (Crème Organization, Stilleben Records) mutes the track into a warehouse anthem thanks to heading lyrics to bring you closer to A Number Of Names' classic "Sharivari". Last but not the least, Poland Electro maestro Robodrum serves up a horrific mayhem based upon a heavy bass line, insane vocoder, nightmarish distortions and shockwaves over hard acidic loops! Top notch!
Under his mysterious Pukemaster disguise, 303 painkiller Andreas Gehm (Solar One Music, Cologne Underground Records) offers an untouchable Electro-Acid rework of "Not Safe", full of claps, intricate voices, and delayed synth modulations guarantee to wash your brain!
Skyborg's signature D-Omen brings "Nuclear Winter" into a slow, metallic, haunting yet emotive cut while Body Control regular Jerry LaFlim delivers an incredible acidic-funk version of the same track thanks to the use of old school synths and arpeggiators. Off the chain!
If Tainted Cell, a mysterious newcomer on the Electro scene, introduces a relentless remix of T/Error's main track "U235", the owner of the Atlanta based label himself, Mr. Myoplast (Militant Science, Virtual Urban Records), concludes the pack with a bubbling 303 version of "Xenon 129"!
A collection of corrosive revisited cuts that contain all of T/Error's no nonsense magic and unpredictability, "U 235 Isotopes The Remixes" sounds like the essential complement to the Italian album. Calibered for the dance floor, this banging brain dynamite perfectly preserves the essence of the original opus, dealing with atoms and nuclear radiations. Hats off to Body Control for making it happen straight to the point.