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Genre: Electronic
Performer: 400ppm
Album: Just-In-Time
Country: Germany
Released: 2016
Style: Techno
MP3 version ZIP size: 1245 mb
FLAC version ZIP size: 1663 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1414 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 325
Other Formats: AC3 MPC MP1 AHX AU AUD WAV

As primitive as that seems, the music on Fit For Purpose has subtle features. That might have something to do with O'Sullivan's experiences in bands like Led Er Est and Further Reductions. His partner in the latter group, Rose E. Kross, appears on album highlight "New Expiration. The track has a post-punk feel-O'Sullivan said he was trying to rip off the band Chrome-yet the rigidity registers as full-on techno.

With just the one 400ppm release to his name, 2013 s high octane No Nocere 12 for Avian, you would be forgiven for thinking this was a one off project from New York s Shawn O Sullivan. However, given his various other solo and collaborative endeavours (Further Reductions and Civil Duty being the most prominent of the latter) it s no surprise to see a dearth of 400ppm goodness. All that changes with Just In Time, the first 12 of what looks to be a more productive year for Shifted s Avian label than their 2015, and a record that features four superb productions from O Sullivan

400ppm - Lender of Last Resort (Original Mix) 7:04 Just-In-Time by Avian at 2016-03-07 in Techno. MP3 1. 2 mb wav 7. 8 mb. 400ppm - Resource Extraction (Original Mix) 5:32 Just-In-Time by Avian at 2016-03-07 in Techno. 400ppm - Everyday Extinction (Original Mix) 6:20 Just-In-Time by Avian at 2016-03-07 in Techno. 400ppm - Chorelywood Bread (Original Mix) 6:13 Just-In-Time by Avian at 2016-03-07 in Techno.

400ppm ‎– Just-In-Time. referencing Just-In-Time, 12", EP, AVN022. Mate you've done a perfect description here! and Everyday Extinction is intense. Reply Notify me Helpful. An all around nervous, if not opressive 12".

Just in Time" is a popular song with the melody written by Jule Styne and the lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green. It was introduced by Judy Holliday and Sydney Chaplin in the musical Bells Are Ringing in 1956. Judy Holliday and Dean Martin sang the song in the 1960 film of Bells Are Ringing. Martin then recorded it for his 1960 album, This Time I'm Swingin'!. Peggy Lee covered "Just in Time" in 1958 on Jump for Joy. Blossom Dearie covered the song in 1959 on Blossom Dearie Sings Comden and Green.

1. 0 €. Out of stock. Subtle nods to IDM feature, and references to O’Sullivans work with Katie O’Sullivan as Further Reductions remain in the form of spacious verb and fluid atmospherics, but the focus is undeniably on the dance floor. 1. Lender Of Last Resort. 2. Resource Extraction.

Just-In-Time by 400ppm, released 01 March 2016 1. Lender Of Last Resort 2. Resource Extraction 3. Everyday Extinction 4. Chorleywood Bread Shawn O’ Sullivan marks return to Shifted’s Avian imprint with a four track EP under his 400ppm alias. Following on from 2013’s Non Nocere, the native New Yorker pairs trademark stripped back drum programming with heady, warping drones and frenetic sequencing. Even at full throttle, careful attention to detail lends the productions a degree of musicality oft missing from contemporary Techno

Tracklist

A1 Lender Of Last Resort
A2 Resource Extraction
B1 Everyday Extinction
B2 Chorleywood Bread

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
AVN022 400ppm Just-In-Time ‎(4xFile, AIFF, EP) Avian AVN022 Germany 2016
AVN 022 400ppm Just-In-Time ‎(4xFile, WAV) Avian AVN 022 UK 2016
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Hǻrley Quinn
Mate you've done a perfect description here! and Everyday Extinction is intense

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An all around nervous, if not opressive 12". I intended that to sound as a compliment. However, my entire focus and utter amazement are aimed at the B1 number, Everyday Extinction. Dear God. What the maker pulled off here deserves the utmost respect from everyone, be it the seasoned industrial techno veterans or the pill munching pimple faced weekend glow stick shaking toddlers.Kicking off with some sinister organ stabs, air-strike piercing sirens and pagan, ritualistic drum loops, and then about a minute deep, some supplementary break beats as well. But it's only then that the magic really kicks in. Gradually, the siren sound morphs, and transforms into a voice like pad, mournful one too. Christ almighty, the subtlety of the transition in such a deviant track. Occult at its finest. Then, in the midst of rusty industrial scintillation, it all bonds together into a melting pot of tormenting vocal excerpts, bagpipe like segments, lunging drones and all out frenetic sequencing. Once the percussion is refracted, it all boils down to hell's orchestra taking command of planet Earth and a single, high pitched wail guiding us to Lucifer's chamber. Remarkable. I avoid buying releases with one truly killer track only, but rules are there to be broken. While nothing here is feeble, this tune is a once in a life time achievement. You should be proud of yourself mr. Shawn O'Sullivan. You have quite a task outdoing yourself now.As for the remainder of this release? The inner tracks are decent enough, drone laden pieces toning down the bpm fare (yet keeping up with the intensity), however, it's nothing overly exciting: metallic claps, warehouse echoes, buzzes and hissing cracks. Macabre theatrics basically. If you've been into Downwards for a while, or fancy Makaton's or Grovskopa's productions, you've heard it already. For fresh faces, it's good, gothic, monolithic electronica.Lender Of Last Resort is the other really noteworthy piece here. Claustrophobic relentless techno, with a 4x4 rasp topped off with another hopeless distant female vocal. Dark and brooding to the max. However, what (kind of) spoils this one for me is an incredibly irritating, if not totally misplaced loop, funky and cool in its own right, but it does nothing but deteriorate the overall shrapnel bullet feel this track aims to portray. A pity, but a good effort nonetheless.To reiterate: while "Non Nocere" is in my book unquestionably the better release of the two, a tune like Everyday Extinction cannot go by ignored. On its own, it literary obliterates anything else deployed over this piece of wax. Absolute masterclass of a production. You need to hear it.

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