"...Absorb Gys' 'Glo,' where weightless metronome beats are launched toward Pluto."
"Delicious 4 track helping of deep, dubby house from pioneering US label zero-g that more than holds its own against Maurizio's genre-defining Basic Channel output. "Gymnasium" sounds like it was produced at the bottom of the ocean with its liquid dub echoes and aquatic synth tones that gently chime against a punchy, stripped-down drum groove. "glo" is a swayzak-ian lo-fi house jaunt with rising sounds like bubbles of air stretching for the surface. grab your snorkel and prepare to go deep down on the flip with both "den" and "listening to yourself" sounding just as lush and tight as donnacha costello's recent 'colour' series on minimise" - Word and Sound
"Ill ass minimal techno with a proudly psychedelic lean to it. all the tracks are a moderate tempo (no fluttering nothing ever). this stuff is just deep. like ultra. like some kind of pulsating delay-symbiant throbbing it's way into your core till it takes over, frees your mind and makes you moe beautiful in the process. this will definitely leave casualties if you play deep enough. question is ... do you?" - Kamal Stoddard, Tech House NA
"Drenched in reverb, thick piano stabs float out into the mix to sit nicely among the minimal rhythm arrangement. 4 mixes fill out the ep, all of them excellent." - Zion's Gate
released May 7, 2019
A1, B1, and B2 originally appear on the Component Records / Zero g Sounds album "Art d'Echo" (COM113/0G005). A2 originally appears on the Adhesive Records compilation "Left Bank" (ADHSV001).
Mastered by Bryan Warner / All Star Mastering
Pressed by by Alpha Records
Produced by Todd Gys
Artwork by J. Taintor
Originally released 4/20/2004
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