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Margaret Dygas - Margaret Dygas Album

Margaret Dygas - Margaret Dygas Album Performer: Margaret Dygas
Title: Margaret Dygas
Style: Experimental, Minimal, Tech House
Label: Perlon
# Cat: PERL86
Released: 30 May 2011
Country: Germany
FLAC album: 2192 mb
MP3 album: 1514 mb
Rating: 4.0
Genre: Electronic

Tracklist

141
2Ocbinh's Groove
3Missing You Less
4Pressed For Time
5Soon
6Country Way Of Life

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
PERL86CDMargaret Dygas Margaret Dygas ‎(CD, Album)PerlonPERL86CDGermany2011
PERL86Margaret Dygas Margaret Dygas ‎(2x12", Album, W/Lbl)PerlonPERL86Germany2011
PERL86CDMargaret Dygas Margaret Dygas ‎(CD, Album, Promo)PerlonPERL86CDGermany2011

Credits

  • ArtworkDouble Standards
  • Written-By, ProducerMalgorzata Dygasiewicz

Notes

Made in Germany.
©+℗ Perlon 2011.
Sides A and D play at 45 RPM. Sides B and C play at 33 ⅓ RPM.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 827170390966
  • Label Code: LC11584

Companies

  • Distributed By – Wordandsound
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Perlon
  • Copyright (c) – Perlon
  • Designed At – Double Standards

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Comments: (6)
Cala
Over all this is a nice LP. At times, it sounds like its reaching to the Romanian sound ( i.e. "dinner techno"), but does not have the depth and color as some of the Romanian heavy hitters. There is a interesting progression to this LP, that ends on a somewhat subdued note. Perlon does a nice job of releasing music that blends dance floor requirements with home listening necessitates.
Cogelv
this is the right point of view McM, the others should urgently do some homework in this complex kind of music.
Dolid
I wouldn't say "it sounds like its reaching the Romanian sound". I'm a big fan of those guys, believe me, but their tracks in compare to this album are completely different sides of the same drawer, called minimal. Romanians music is more groovy, while Dygas is bringing out something else. Fantastic, completely shattered grooves ("Obinhs groove", "soon" e.g.) are striated with moody, sometimes repetitious, sometimes just wonky different layers, spaced out came-from-nowhere chords. This is absolutely madness but concurrently, as patolomeus said, elegant tracks. One-off pearl of perlon sea.
Anyshoun
Very cool! Petre is classy, and that Fabric mix is essential. Also check out Cristi Cons and Adrian Niculae. http://dubtek.tumblr.com/
Rleyistr
"dinner techno" so accurate i played petre inspirescu's fabric mix for a group dinner in milan and it was perfect
HeonIc
Listening to this now i have to say this record sounds as good as ever. Elegant tracks with just the right amount of experimentation. A Perlon favourite.