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1. UBX127 - Void EP - FIGURE91 (PREVIEW)

UBX127 - Void EP - FIGURE91 (PREVIEW)

Swedish artist UBX127 is back on Figure with what might just be his most accomplished release to date. Spanning an arc cross four diverse tracks, the story told is abstract yet full of imagination. Gently pulsating crystalline opener Void carefully sets a vast open scene, covered in gushes of interplanetary winds. First contact is made on A2, it‘s electro-esque drive and spiky synths hinting at its alien origins. A taste of their mighty technology is given on Watch Out Below, booming with a propulsive punch and constantly swelling in intensity. Relief comes in form of Singularity, a beautiful, long-winding closer, on which soothing arps effortlessly outweigh their beauty counterparts. Having already proven his mastery of the machines with three stellar EPs for the label last year, this record further showcases UBX127‘s special talent of crafting tunes that are as ripe with drama as they are ready for the floor. Coming soon. www.figure-music.com

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2. Void

  • Published: 2018-10-02T18:29:11Z
  • By UBX127
Void

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3. #SlamRadio - 222 - UBX127

  • Published: 2016-12-29T09:43:57Z
  • By Slam
#SlamRadio - 222 - UBX127

After bursting out onto the scene with three stellar EPs for Len Faki’s Figure in 2016, it’s time to lift the veil of anonymity over one of Sweden’s best kept secrets. Listening to the finely tuned synth-work that permeates most of his deep and dubbed out techno excursions, it becomes clear that UBX127 is not a new player to the game. While the Warp-catalogue of the mid-90s helped him develop a keen ear for futuristic electronic sounds early on, soon his focus shifted towards techno and raves. Following this newfound creative spur while drawing inspiration within the confinements of hardware and instruments, UBX127 now is all about delving deeper into a personal exploration of what techno actually means. Distilling its pure, unadulterated essence and finding the perfect groove. https://www.facebook.com/UBX127/?fref=ts https://www.residentadvisor.net/dj/ubx127 https://soundcloud.com/ubx127 twitter.com/slamdjs facebook.com/Slam.soma Slam Radio Playlist on Spotify: bit.ly/SlamRadioSpotify slam-djs.com iTunes: itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/slam-radio/id584845850 Slam Radio is produced at glowcast.co.uk For syndication or radio queries, email [email protected] and [email protected]

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4. Invite's Choice Podcast 427 - UBX127

  • Published: 2017-03-08T10:57:48Z
  • By Invite
Invite's Choice Podcast 427 - UBX127

The 427th Podcast of my weekly Podcast show Invite's Choice. This show with guest: UBX127 After bursting out onto the scene with three stellar EPs for Len Faki’s Figure in 2016, it’s time to lift the veil of anonymity over one of Sweden’s best kept secrets. Listening to the finely tuned synth-work that permeates most of his deep and dubbed outtechno excursions, it becomes clear that UBX127 is not a new player to the game. While the British electronica scene in the mid-90s helped him develop a keen ear for futuristic electronic sounds early on, soon his focus shifted towards techno and raves. Following a newfound creative spur while drawing inspiration within the confinements of hardware and instruments, UBX127 now is all about delving deeper into a personal exploration of what techno actually means. Distilling its pure, unadulterated essence and finding the perfect groove. More info about UBX127: https://soundcloud.com/ubx127 https://www.facebook.com/UBX127 https://www.residentadvisor.net/dj/ubx127/ Next show my Choice will be: Lawrence Kurt For all news, Invite's Choice and other stuff about Invite follow him on Facebook: www.facebook.com/1nvite

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5. Lehmann Podcast #123 - UBX127

Lehmann Podcast #123 - UBX127

Hello and welcome to episode #123 of Lehmann Podcast - UBX127

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6. Jazzpod 049 - UBX127

  • Published: 2016-06-01T18:04:24Z
  • By Jazzpod
Jazzpod 049 - UBX127

Jazzpod 049 - UBX127 https://soundcloud.com/ubx127 https://www.facebook.com/UBX127/ https://www.residentadvisor.net/dj/ubx127 For updates from Jazzpod, follow: www.facebook.com/jazzpod Subscribe to Jazzpod on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/se/podcast/jazzpod/id987206829?l=en&mt=2

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7. UBX127 - Create & Destroy (snippet)

UBX127 - Create & Destroy (snippet)

Popping up for the first time on Figure SPC Y, it was the remarkable synth-work of @UBX127 that instantly struck a chord with the label’s demand for substantial techno. Now the Stockholm artist proves himself loyal and hits back twofold with a pair of EPs that further highlight his mastery of both vivid modulation and effective sequencing. Leading into this batch of new tunes are the crafty and beautifully fleshed-out synth-arpeggios of opener Han, which UBX127 complements gracefully by adding tender touches of melody. A2 cut Create and Destroy displays a new side to the producer that verges on the manic, building upon a swirling theme that soon flies into a lunatic frenzy. Soothing then are the spacious sounds of Barabrus, a crisp piece of floating breakbeats and shoving sub-bass. Living up to its name, Swells starts as a bold synth-led groove and slowly grows into a romping beast that rebels against glistening sonic whiplashes. Even in its own right Constant Permutation Part 1 stands as a cohesive and compelling record that will add to any collection. But with its equally strong successor already waiting in the wings, it is UBX127 himself who will make a lasting impression. www.figure-music.com

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8. UBX127 - Felt (snippet)

UBX127 - Felt (snippet)

When hitting a streak its best to keep going. For a prolific producer like @UBX127 one EP just wasnt enough to keep up with his continuous output of high quality techno. Constant Permutation Part 2 picks up where its predecessor left off and provides for another batch of deadly club weapons. Living up to its title, beatless Explorations sends out eerie signals deep into outer space, anticipating with suspense to maybe find some life forms response. It arrives in form of driving track Felt and its ricocheting, arpeggiated synths, which would aptly soundtrack the decent of alien attack ships on our planet. Weighty, yet mysterious Ornsberg seems to echo with the cries of long lost souls that have been trapped eternally inside its icy caverns. The EP ends with a masterclass in immersive sound design, a constant ebb and flow of layers, winding their way into the listeners subconscious. Filling up a pair of twelves to the brim with tunes this well thought out and executed, UBX127 further displays his vast potential and leaves us with excitement for whatever he might be coming up with next.

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9. UBX127 - Swells (snippet)

UBX127 - Swells (snippet)

Popping up for the first time on Figure SPC Y, it was the remarkable synth-work of @UBX127 that instantly struck a chord with the label’s demand for substantial techno. Now the Stockholm artist proves himself loyal and hits back twofold with a pair of EPs that further highlight his mastery of both vivid modulation and effective sequencing. Leading into this batch of new tunes are the crafty and beautifully fleshed-out synth-arpeggios of opener Han, which UBX127 complements gracefully by adding tender touches of melody. A2 cut Create and Destroy displays a new side to the producer that verges on the manic, building upon a swirling theme that soon flies into a lunatic frenzy. Soothing then are the spacious sounds of Barabrus, a crisp piece of floating breakbeats and shoving sub-bass. Living up to its name, Swells starts as a bold synth-led groove and slowly grows into a romping beast that rebels against glistening sonic whiplashes. Even in its own right Constant Permutation Part 1 stands as a cohesive and compelling record that will add to any collection. But with its equally strong successor already waiting in the wings, it is UBX127 himself who will make a lasting impression. www.figure-music.com

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10. DTMIX174 - UBX127 [Stockholm, SWEDEN]

DTMIX174 - UBX127 [Stockholm, SWEDEN]

@UBX127 Artist... http://deathtechno.com/artists/ubx127/ Tracklist... http://deathtechno.com/2018/09/03/dtmix174-ubx127/ Sweden’s techno soldier UBX127 has been stirring the pot for the last couple of years with exquisite productions, where his original music has been signed and released exclusively on none other than Len Faki’s Figure and Figure SPC series. Drawing on his love of bending genres but maintaining interest and flow, his exclusive mix this week has it all. Delving into the deepest Detroit influenced euphoria, to stripped back hypnotic modular jams, to abstract, industrial craziness. Tracks included from Oscar Mulero, Boddika, Jonas Kopp, Birth of Frequency, Hemka, Aphex Twin and many more…

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11. UBX127 - Han (snippet)

UBX127 - Han (snippet)

Popping up for the first time on Figure SPC Y, it was the remarkable synth-work of @UBX127 that instantly struck a chord with the label’s demand for substantial techno. Now the Stockholm artist proves himself loyal and hits back twofold with a pair of EPs that further highlight his mastery of both vivid modulation and effective sequencing. Leading into this batch of new tunes are the crafty and beautifully fleshed-out synth-arpeggios of opener Han, which UBX127 complements gracefully by adding tender touches of melody. A2 cut Create and Destroy displays a new side to the producer that verges on the manic, building upon a swirling theme that soon flies into a lunatic frenzy. Soothing then are the spacious sounds of Barabrus, a crisp piece of floating breakbeats and shoving sub-bass. Living up to its name, Swells starts as a bold synth-led groove and slowly grows into a romping beast that rebels against glistening sonic whiplashes. Even in its own right Constant Permutation Part 1 stands as a cohesive and compelling record that will add to any collection. But with its equally strong successor already waiting in the wings, it is UBX127 himself who will make a lasting impression. www.figure-music.com

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12. UBX127 - Örnsberg (snippet)

UBX127 - Örnsberg (snippet)

When hitting a streak its best to keep going. For a prolific producer like @UBX127 one EP just wasnt enough to keep up with his continuous output of high quality techno. Constant Permutation Part 2 picks up where its predecessor left off and provides for another batch of deadly club weapons. Living up to its title, beatless Explorations sends out eerie signals deep into outer space, anticipating with suspense to maybe find some life forms response. It arrives in form of driving track Felt and its ricocheting, arpeggiated synths, which would aptly soundtrack the decent of alien attack ships on our planet. Weighty, yet mysterious Ornsberg seems to echo with the cries of long lost souls that have been trapped eternally inside its icy caverns. The EP ends with a masterclass in immersive sound design, a constant ebb and flow of layers, winding their way into the listeners subconscious. Filling up a pair of twelves to the brim with tunes this well thought out and executed, UBX127 further displays his vast potential and leaves us with excitement for whatever he might be coming up with next.

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13. UBX127 - Cyclic Soundscape (snippet)

UBX127 - Cyclic Soundscape (snippet)

When hitting a streak its best to keep going. For a prolific producer like @UBX127 one EP just wasnt enough to keep up with his continuous output of high quality techno. Constant Permutation Part 2 picks up where its predecessor left off and provides for another batch of deadly club weapons. Living up to its title, beatless Explorations sends out eerie signals deep into outer space, anticipating with suspense to maybe find some life forms response. It arrives in form of driving track Felt and its ricocheting, arpeggiated synths, which would aptly soundtrack the decent of alien attack ships on our planet. Weighty, yet mysterious Ornsberg seems to echo with the cries of long lost souls that have been trapped eternally inside its icy caverns. The EP ends with a masterclass in immersive sound design, a constant ebb and flow of layers, winding their way into the listeners subconscious. Filling up a pair of twelves to the brim with tunes this well thought out and executed, UBX127 further displays his vast potential and leaves us with excitement for whatever he might be coming up with next.

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14. DMT 010 - Philippe Petit - Energovill E.P. (including UBX127 remix)

DMT 010 - Philippe Petit - Energovill E.P. (including UBX127 remix)

With its tenth DMT release, Philippe Petit drops Energovill, a big room techno bomb driven by a repetitive synth pad and a dreamy distorted saxophone line that will leave nobody indifferent. Philippe then strips down the track even more to deliver a dub oriented, beat-heavy version of the track. On the other side, UBX127, from the Figure stable, is on remix duties: he takes the key elements from Philippe's versions and turns the title track into an unforgiving minimal techno attack. Philippe closes the EP and reworks Energovill once again, this time into a melodic, atmospheric and dreamy beatless version. One track, four versions, take your pick! Artist: Philippe Petit Remixer: UBX 127 Title: Energovill E.P. Format: 12" Vinyl Catalogue: DMT 010 Release Date: 10 November 2016 Distribution: Deejay.de Mastering: Mathieu Berthet http://www.deejay.de/Philippe_Petit_Energovill_DMT010_Vinyl__242494 https://philippepetit.bandcamp.com/album/energovill-e-p http://www.juno.co.uk/products/philippe-petit-energovill/630723-01/ https://clone.nl/item43772.html http://www.decks.de/t/philippe_petit-energovill/c8j-ii https://freestyleonline.net/detail.php?ITEM_ID=44177 http://techno-import.fr/shop/index.php?id_product=21774&controller=product&id_lang=1 http://www.technique.co.jp/item/145790,DMT010.html http://extendandplay-records.com/shop/philippe-petit-energovill/ https://www.discogs.com/Philippe-Petit-Energovill-EP/release/9209172 www.spacehall.de Digital only on Bandcamp! Early support from Albert van Abbe, Unbalance, Zenker Brothers, Eric Cloutier, Dan Curtin, Samuli Kemppi, Stranger, Insolate, MTD, Answer Code Request, Gonzalo MD, Johannes Volk, Francois X, Brendon Moeller, Laurent Garnier, Fundamental Interaction, Regal, Session Restore, Cleric, Jeroen Search, Non Reversible, Elad Madgasi, Sebastian Bayne...

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15. UBX127 - Barabrus (snippet)

UBX127 - Barabrus (snippet)

Popping up for the first time on Figure SPC Y, it was the remarkable synth-work of @UBX127 that instantly struck a chord with the label’s demand for substantial techno. Now the Stockholm artist proves himself loyal and hits back twofold with a pair of EPs that further highlight his mastery of both vivid modulation and effective sequencing. Leading into this batch of new tunes are the crafty and beautifully fleshed-out synth-arpeggios of opener Han, which UBX127 complements gracefully by adding tender touches of melody. A2 cut Create and Destroy displays a new side to the producer that verges on the manic, building upon a swirling theme that soon flies into a lunatic frenzy. Soothing then are the spacious sounds of Barabrus, a crisp piece of floating breakbeats and shoving sub-bass. Living up to its name, Swells starts as a bold synth-led groove and slowly grows into a romping beast that rebels against glistening sonic whiplashes. Even in its own right Constant Permutation Part 1 stands as a cohesive and compelling record that will add to any collection. But with its equally strong successor already waiting in the wings, it is UBX127 himself who will make a lasting impression. www.figure-music.com

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16. FIGURE SPC Y - UBX127

FIGURE SPC Y - UBX127

Turning into the home stretch, Figure hands the penultimate release of its SPC-series to an anonymous yet auspicious talent.On his first output under the UBX127 guise, the producer reveals his wares, combining classic bleep techno with just the right dose of acid. The four driving tracks thrive on their distinct synth-modulations, each scurrying atop a firm groundwork of brooding basses. Apparent analogue sequencing pervades the whole EP, infusing it with a feeling of constant motion and liveliness. While SPC Y as a whole comes clearly primed for the floor, UBX127 is keen to develop on the theme. Be it on the stridently discordant but sizzling Flares or the swirling Sprites with its flickering and twinkling atmospheric chaff. The attention to fine sonic detail also extends to the record’s flipside, providing for two more compositions of fleet-footed synth arpeggios and culminates in the epic space voyage of Grids II. Crafty, refined and irresistibly moving, this record is sure to be stirring up dancers around the globe. www.figure-music.com/news buy physical: http://bit.ly/1LqaSSs or digital at: Beatport: http://btprt.dj/1T428nJ Juno Download: http://bit.ly/1TOIkow Traxsource: http://bit.ly/24wFgRK

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17. UBX127 - Explorations (snippet)

UBX127 - Explorations (snippet)

When hitting a streak its best to keep going. For a prolific producer like @UBX127 one EP just wasnt enough to keep up with his continuous output of high quality techno. Constant Permutation Part 2 picks up where its predecessor left off and provides for another batch of deadly club weapons. Living up to its title, beatless Explorations sends out eerie signals deep into outer space, anticipating with suspense to maybe find some life forms response. It arrives in form of driving track Felt and its ricocheting, arpeggiated synths, which would aptly soundtrack the decent of alien attack ships on our planet. Weighty, yet mysterious Ornsberg seems to echo with the cries of long lost souls that have been trapped eternally inside its icy caverns. The EP ends with a masterclass in immersive sound design, a constant ebb and flow of layers, winding their way into the listeners subconscious. Filling up a pair of twelves to the brim with tunes this well thought out and executed, UBX127 further displays his vast potential and leaves us with excitement for whatever he might be coming up with next.

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18. Figure 79 - UBX127 - Constant Permutation Part 1

Figure 79 - UBX127 - Constant Permutation Part 1

Popping up for the first time on Figure SPC Y (http://bit.ly/SPC_Y), it was the remarkable synth-work of @UBX127 that instantly struck a chord with our demand for substantial techno. Now the Stockholm artist proves himself loyal and hits back twofold with a pair of EPs that further highlight his mastery of both vivid modulation and effective sequencing. Part 1 of 2 coming soon www.figure-music.com/news

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