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9 Replies to “ Executive Handshake - Regis - Untitled (Vinyl) ”

  1. Kicking out with 'A Necklace Of Bites' - transferred from vinyl for the first time - it cycles through the hypnotic classic 'Disease Through Affection', onto the body-owning 'Executive Handshake', the rolling drones of 'Concentrate' and the metallic ripple of 'From Now On', rounding off at the aforementioned Görl collaborations.
  2. Regis is one alias of Karl O’Connor, a Birmingham techno producer and founder of the Downwards imprint; other projects include Kalon, British Murder Boys alongside label-mate Anthony Child (Surgeon) and involvement with the enigmatic Sandwell District imprint.
  3. The second CD release in a three part retrospective of punishing techno productions from Karl O' Connor aka Regis. This initial release focuses on his classic 'mid-period' of - This compilation features rare and sought after tracks such as 'A Necklace .
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Facilities on Discogs. Label: Downwards - Lino 18 • Format: Vinyl Executive Handshake: Companies, etc. Regis: Untitled.
  5. Necklace of Bites, a Compilation of songs by Regis. Released in June on Downwards (catalog no. DWN03; Vinyl 12"). Genres: Techno, Industrial Techno.
  6. Dec 10,  · Format: Vinyl, Digital Release Date: October 22, Newly remastered at D&M, ’Necklace Of Bites’ is a crucial volley of early Regis artillery sourced from 12”s issued by .
  7. RELEASE: Facilities ARTIST(S): Regis REMIXERS: LABEL: Downwards | Lino 18 GENRE: LOSSLESS, Techno, Vinyl RELEASED: AVAILABLE FORMAT: Kbps +FLAC DOWNLOAD SIZE: MB TOTAL TRACKS 3 Regis - Adolescence () key, bpm Regis - Executive.
  8. Regis & James Ruskin prod. techno in three crafty remixes; comes w/ extra sleeve to hold the ’Post-Traumatic Son’ series complete. Post-Traumatic Son (Marcel Dettmann Construction 1) Post-Traumatic Son (Marcel Dettmann Construction 2) Post-Traumatic Son (MDR Version).
  9. First track was previously featured on Downwards 16 (known as "Disease"), which was limited to 50 copies; it has also appeared on "Delivered into the hands of indifference" in a slightly changed version. Second is a reworked version of "Executive handshake" (from Downwards 18); but it's the last one which's a true bomb.

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