Patrick Pulsinger Dogmatic Sequences: The Series 1994-2006
- Words: Janet Tzou
- Label: Disko B
Patrick Pulsinger's name is synonymous with the punishing four-to-the-floor techno of the '90s, when his Dogmatic Sequences vinyl series was a natural choice for mixing in a dark mood or three. Dogmatic Sequences: The Series 1994-2006 is vintage Pulsinger, where angular techno moves like shifting Teutonic plates against synth noise and off-kilter tones. Classics like "Babylon 17, 15" plunge into hard, murky acid, while minimal pieces like "Viagem" show why Pulsinger was a such perfect companion to the stripped-down aesthetic of Basic Channel. Some tracks digress into cinematic acid jazz ("City Lights"), but The Series demonstrates that Pulsinger's pieces were created to be building blocks for any techno DJ's toolbox.
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