Scanner | Moskau Disko

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Following the success of “Teenage Wochen” in 2006, Scanner follows up his slippery electro trip with “Moskau Disko”, the warped daughter of a night spent in a digital orgy of wagnerian creative excess on german label BineMusic, home to modest musical surprises.

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Following the success of “Teenage Wochen” in 2006, Scanner follows up his slippery electro trip with “Moskau Disko”, the warped daughter of a night spent in a digital orgy of wagnerian creative excess on german label BineMusic, home to modest musical surprises.

Terrorized vocals open the acid slip-disc party atmosphere, kraftwerk seduce the aphex twin in the kitchen, and james holden takes photographs of Paris Hilton washing up the beats, and publishes them on myspace. This bewitchingly groove-laden russian discothèque is contrasted by the slow motion elegance of russe traum, as the stockings are tidied away, the curtains drawn and the lights softly dimmed.

Release Date // April 10, 2007
Format // Digital Album // 12“
Catalog Nr // BINE VYR12
EAN // 880319240614

4 reviews for Scanner | Moskau Disko

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    Vital Weekly (UK)

    ‘Where can I sign up to get one?’ was the final statement from this reviewer when listening to ‘Teenage Wochen’ by Scanner (see Vital Weekly 528), but the follow up to that 12″ is not the full length album, but another 12″. Which is fine, I can wait and please myself with another 12″. ‘Moskau Disko’ is another uptempo electro/acid song with a great groove and vocals. The keyboards sound very 80s (or even 70s like if you take Kraftwerk in account), adding a nice retro touch to this record. And just like ‘Teenage Wochen’ the b-side is more atmospheric with some highly motorik arpeggio’s and some great sounds popping like balloons. A colder side than the flip, but both sides are great. The full length has now four great tracks. And counting. (FdW)

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    Decks Records (DE)

    The British sound artist >Scanner< comes with an electro old school flavoured and trance synth infected >Moskau Disco< track on the a-side and a ambient masterpiece on the flip.

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    Boomkat (UK)

    Hard to believe Bine can jump seamlessly from Benjamin Brunn to this release. I had to doublecheck it was even the right record, as Scanner confounds expectations with a straight trancer, which hurriedly shoves shoulder pads and a dispassionate vocal under its sleeves for the all round eighties package. Mesmerising and bizarre, intentional or not – we’re convinced the Nathan Barley a capaella of this will be M-A-S-S-I-V-E.

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    Kompakt (DE)

    What begins with knight rider and electro later evolves into a pure and tasteful neo-trance number.

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