The Detroit Escalator Company's debut album, Soundtrack [313], gets 25th anniversary audiophile reissue

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  • The LP is out now on Musique Pour La Danse.
  • The Detroit Escalator Company's debut album, Soundtrack [313], gets 25th anniversary audiophile reissue image
  • Ambient techno classic Soundtrack [313], the debut album from The Detroit Escalator Company, AKA Neil Ollivierra, has been reissued. 25 years following its original 1996 release, the record has been remastered using the half-speed mastering process, a slowed-down cutting process that improves the lathe's ability to properly cut high-frequency material. Available now on Swiss label Musique Pour La Danse, the record's digital and limited-edition vinyl release come with four bonus tracks, while the limited-edition CD arrives with six additional tracks. Ollivierra is a Detroit-born producer who came out of the city's early dance music scene. Soundtrack [313] was originally released on UK label Ferox Records on December 9th 1996, and was composed of the kind of downtempo, atmospheric techno popularized in that decade. Listen to the album.
    Tracklist 01. Gratiot 02. Abstract Forward Movement 03. Force 04. The Inverted Man (Falling) 05. Tai Chi And Traffic Lights 06. Gathering Memory 07. ∆ 08. Shifting Gears 09. Orange 10. Faith (As Rain) 11. Psalm 12. Fate (As A Chasm) 13. Stitch 14. The Inverted Man Soundtrack [313] + 6 is out now on Musique Pour La Danse.