Stream the fifth and final chapter of the series and read label head Lucy’s reflections on Stroboscopic Artefacts’s anniversary.
Stroboscopic Artefacts turns five this year and to celebrate they have issued a five chapter EP series. For the final chapter they’ve saved three of the best tracks for last and you can stream them all below. The A-side contains label head Lucy‘s steady techno churner ‘Rema Rema Canoero’ and then moves to the B-side for Sendai‘s slightly acidic ‘Inverse Array 1’ and Donato Dozzy‘s ‘OZ Taped’, the latter of which could have fit nicely into the glitzily grimy soundtrack to Hotline Miami.
Stream the entire EP below and read some comments from Lucy on where Stroboscopic Artefact’s has been and where it’s going.
“Techno is no laughing matter: it’s a form of ritual, an intellectual pursuit and a deeply personal expression all rolled into one. Stroboscopic Artefacts is my biggest undertaking project and took shape shortly after I moved to Berlin. The vision is about a unique techno label, mixing dance floor tropes with considerably more experimental elements, often within the space of the same track, and to bring post production and design under one roof, giving the platform an exceptionally tight aesthetic. This is our never ending process.” – Lucy