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Artist: Tuomas Rantanen (Tampere, Finland) 
Title: Heavenly Mountains EP (Silk Road Series Part 3)
Label: Blackout Audio (Germany)
Cat.no.: BOA 026
Date: 14 July 2014

Tracklist:

1. Heavenly Mountains (5:25 / 128 BPM)
2. Kashgar (7:33 / 127 BPM)
3. Pamir (11:23 / 127 BPM)
The Silk Road Series from Finnish dark techno maestro Tuomas Rantanen is already up to Part 3 and it just keeps getting better. ‘Heavenly Mountains’ is the title track here and it’s a monumental piece of work. Check out the Blackout Audio YouTube Channel for the accompanying video. Visit www.blackoutaudio.co.uk for more information.

Distribution via Triple Vision: Beatbucket, Beatport, Juno, iTunes and more.

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Artist: Tuomas Rantanen (Tampere, Finland)
Title: Heavenly Mountains EP (Silk Road Series Part 3)
Label: Blackout Audio (Germany)
Cat.no.: BOA 026
Date: 14 July 2014

Tracklist:

1. Heavenly Mountains (5:25 / 128 BPM)
2. Kashgar (7:33 / 127 BPM)
3. Pamir (11:23 / 127 BPM)

The Silk Road Series from Finnish dark techno maestro Tuomas Rantanen is already up to Part 3 and it just keeps getting better. ‘Heavenly Mountains’ is the title track here and it’s a monumental piece of work. Check out the Blackout Audio YouTube Channel for the accompanying video. Visit www.blackoutaudio.co.uk for more information.

Distribution via Triple Vision: Beatbucket, Beatport, Juno, iTunes and more.

https://soundcloud.com/blackoutaudio/sets/boa026-tuomas-rantanen-heavenly-mountains-ep-blackout-audio-preview

http://www.junodownload.com/products/tuomas-rantanen-heavenly-mountains-ep/2528368-02/

http://www.beatport.com/release/heavenly-mountains-ep/1341563

Artist: Tuomas Rantanen Title: Grinding Ground Suite (2014 Remasters) Cat.no.: CW092X Label: City Wall Records  Date: 9 June 2014  Tracklist (title/time/BPM):  1. Grinding Ground (2014 Remastered Version) 05:16 133  2. Millennium (2014 Remastered Version) 04:56 131 3. Urban Area (2014 Remastered Version) 04:55 134 4. Monoid (2014 Remastered Version) 05:20 134 5. Symmetry (2014 Remastered Version) 05:42 130  6. Beton Structure (2014 Remastered Version) 05:30 132 7. Scenario (2014 Remastered Version) 05:55 129 8. Akropolis (2014 Remastered Version) 05:15 128 9. Umbra (2014 Remastered Version) 05:43 131  10. Dungeon Crawls (2014 Remastered Version) 06:08 128 11. Spartan (2014 Remastered Version) 04:31 126 12. Triangulum (2014 Remastered Version) 05:52 126  13. Stegosaurus (2014 Remastered Version) 06:14 128 14. Slowdiving (2014 Remastered Version) 05:26 123  15. Magnetic (2014 Remastered Version) 05:36 127  16. White Light & Noise (2014 Remastered Version) 05:46 136 17. Stray Hangars (2014 Remastered Version) 05:56 129  Press release notes: Grinding Ground Suite (2014 Remasters) is a collection of 17 hard and deep techno tracks by Tuomas Rantanen that were originally released on City Wall in 2011.   Although always conceptually known as the Grinding Ground Suite to the artist, these 17 tracks were actually first released as a series of five individual EPs (Grinding Ground EP, Symmetry EP, Umbra EP, Triangulum EP and Magnetic EP).   These EPs received various covetous endorsements from a cross-section of respected names, including Lucy, Mattias Fridell and Dave The Drummer. It has long been an intention here are City Wall to bring all these tracks together under one release and have them remastered to form a complete package and here it is!   Furthermore, in due course the Roaring Dunes EP, Empire EP, Mammoth Cave EP and Rumbling Ocean Floor EP will also be brought together under the title Roaring Dunes Suite (2014 Remasters). 2014’s releases from Tuomas on City Wall will see a continuation of his thematic explorations in a variety of new works as well as remastered and repackaged versions of the Grinding Ground and Roaring Dunes suites.   Pre-2014 Rantanen has been dealing with the theme of auditory mechanisational change in his works such as Rocket Bay EP (2003), Dark Water EP (2008), Gasoline Rainbow EP (2010), Grinding Ground suite (2011), Roaring Dunes suite (2012) and Nychthemeron in Galapagos suite (2013).   Rantanen has also dealt with the theme of societal change from the perspective of Cyberpunk. Rantanen wants to show how boundaries between man and machine, the natural and the artificial have become blurred. He also wants to reveal how a change in our audible environment might soon be a reality.   These Cyberpunk themes of societal and audible change are explored in his more chaotic works such as Access Denied EP (1999), Kaotic EP (2002), Memorising Every Phrase EP (2006), Robotan Elbows EP (2009), Anarchy EP (2011), Organisms (2012), Mutations (2012), Corporations (2012), Biometrics (2013), Robot Construction (2013) and Mechanised Incantations (2013).  https://soundcloud.com/citywallrecords/sets/cw092x-tuomas-rantanen-grinding-ground-suite-2014-remasters-city-wall-records  http://www.junodownload.com/products/tuomas-rantanen-grinding-ground-suite-2014-remasters/2497361-02/  http://www.beatport.com/release/grinding-ground-suite-2014-remasters/1319586

Artist: Tuomas Rantanen
Title: Grinding Ground Suite (2014 Remasters)
Cat.no.: CW092X
Label: City Wall Records
Date: 9 June 2014 

Tracklist (title/time/BPM):

1. Grinding Ground (2014 Remastered Version) 05:16 133 
2. Millennium (2014 Remastered Version) 04:56 131
3. Urban Area (2014 Remastered Version) 04:55 134
4. Monoid (2014 Remastered Version) 05:20 134
5. Symmetry (2014 Remastered Version) 05:42 130 
6. Beton Structure (2014 Remastered Version) 05:30 132
7. Scenario (2014 Remastered Version) 05:55 129
8. Akropolis (2014 Remastered Version) 05:15 128
9. Umbra (2014 Remastered Version) 05:43 131 
10. Dungeon Crawls (2014 Remastered Version) 06:08 128
11. Spartan (2014 Remastered Version) 04:31 126
12. Triangulum (2014 Remastered Version) 05:52 126 
13. Stegosaurus (2014 Remastered Version) 06:14 128
14. Slowdiving (2014 Remastered Version) 05:26 123 
15. Magnetic (2014 Remastered Version) 05:36 127 
16. White Light & Noise (2014 Remastered Version) 05:46 136
17. Stray Hangars (2014 Remastered Version) 05:56 129 

Press release notes:

Grinding Ground Suite (2014 Remasters) is a collection of 17 hard and deep techno tracks by Tuomas Rantanen that were originally released on City Wall in 2011. 

Although always conceptually known as the Grinding Ground Suite to the artist, these 17 tracks were actually first released as a series of five individual EPs (Grinding Ground EP, Symmetry EP, Umbra EP, Triangulum EP and Magnetic EP). 

These EPs received various covetous endorsements from a cross-section of respected names, including Lucy, Mattias Fridell and Dave The Drummer. It has long been an intention here are City Wall to bring all these tracks together under one release and have them remastered to form a complete package and here it is! 

Furthermore, in due course the Roaring Dunes EP, Empire EP, Mammoth Cave EP and Rumbling Ocean Floor EP will also be brought together under the title Roaring Dunes Suite (2014 Remasters). 2014’s releases from Tuomas on City Wall will see a continuation of his thematic explorations in a variety of new works as well as remastered and repackaged versions of the Grinding Ground and Roaring Dunes suites. 

Pre-2014 Rantanen has been dealing with the theme of auditory mechanisational change in his works such as Rocket Bay EP (2003), Dark Water EP (2008), Gasoline Rainbow EP (2010), Grinding Ground suite (2011), Roaring Dunes suite (2012) and Nychthemeron in Galapagos suite (2013). 

Rantanen has also dealt with the theme of societal change from the perspective of Cyberpunk. Rantanen wants to show how boundaries between man and machine, the natural and the artificial have become blurred. He also wants to reveal how a change in our audible environment might soon be a reality. 

These Cyberpunk themes of societal and audible change are explored in his more chaotic works such as Access Denied EP (1999), Kaotic EP (2002), Memorising Every Phrase EP (2006), Robotan Elbows EP (2009), Anarchy EP (2011), Organisms (2012), Mutations (2012), Corporations (2012), Biometrics (2013), Robot Construction (2013) and Mechanised Incantations (2013).


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Artist: Tuomas Rantanen
Title: Early Triassic
Cat.no.: CW088
Label: City Wall Records 
Date: 31 April 2014

Tracklist:

1. Induan (6:21 / 89 BPM) 
Listening to this is a like trying to learn a new language, alien intonations and unkind cadence.
2. Proterosuchus (7:53 / 98 BPM)
The journey of time and discovery steadily continues this time with slight familiarity.
3. Wetlugasaurus (7:48 / 107 BPM)
And now a sense of deep suspense and impending violence, this one has teeth!
4. Lystrosaurus (6:17 / 114 BPM)
More structure here with noticeable tonal patterning and graspable progressions.
5. Scaloposaurus (6:19 / 108 BPM)
Feel the space and air, yet that sinister edge is always there as inescapable as time.
6. Thrinaxodon (6:32 / 94 BPM)
Things slow down again here, take a breather and allow the landscape to provide.
7. Olenekian (7:25 / 133 BPM)
 A step change that brings new brightness and beat stability with a sense of climbing.
8. Garjainia (7:11 / 114 BPM)
As close as it gets to reality but with the clinging intensity of fiction.
9. Utatsusaurus (5:58 / 81 BPM)
Underwater madness as life slows down again. Feelings like deep sea movements.
10. Cynognathus (8:59 / 80 BPM) 
Yet more exciting new sounds are brought to being and effectively organised.

Press release notes:

In Early Triassic Tuomas Rantanen shares his meditative reflection on the auditory world of a prehistoric time. It can be seen as a continuation of his Nychthemeron in Galapagos suite (2013) although contrastingly this collection takes the form of an album. Also, whereas the Nychthemeron suite held semi-rigidly to standard techno BPMs and beat structures, Early Triassic has almost a total rejection of any rigidity, the BPMs and beat structures cannot really be tied down to any regular pattern. This could be viewed as Tuomas’s interpretation of the concept that early life forms held less order and permanency than can be found in today’s homogenised and industrialised world. Interestingly some of the deep basslines and broken beats that emerge in this collection are reminiscent of the alternative side of the dubstep sound. Tuomas also utilises some of the more fundamental synthetic waveforms like square waves and sinewaves as well as time-stretching and bit crushing to help emulate a time when life was indeed more raw and simplistic. The promos are attracting some deep praise from the likes of UZB, Concrete DJz and Akkya to name just a few. Aside from his releases on City Wall Tuomas is currently working closely with Blackout Audio to share his superb Silk Road series.

2014’s releases from Tuomas on City Wall will see a continuation of his thematic explorations in a variety of new works as well as remastered and repackaged versions of the Grinding Ground and Roaring Dunes suites. Pre-2014 Rantanen has been dealing with the theme of auditory mechanisational change in his works such as Rocket Bay EP (2003), Dark Water EP (2008), Gasoline Rainbow EP (2010), Grinding Ground suite (2011), Roaring Dunes suite (2012) and Nychthemeron in Galapagos suite (2013). Rantanen has also dealt with the theme of societal change from the perspective of Cyberpunk. Rantanen wants to show how boundaries between man and machine, the natural and the artificial have become blurred. He also wants to reveal how a change in our audible environment might soon be a reality. These Cyberpunk themes of societal and audible change are explored in his more chaotic works such as Access Denied EP (1999), Kaotic EP (2002), Memorising Every Phrase EP (2006), Robotan Elbows EP (2009), Anarchy EP (2011), Organisms (2012), Mutations (2012), Corporations (2012), Biometrics (2013), Robot Construction (2013) and Mechanised Incantations (2013).

http://www.junodownload.com/products/tuomas-rantanen-early-triassic/2422655-02/

http://www.beatport.com/release/early-triassic/1261566

http://www.citywallrecords.com/cw088.pdf

Artist: Tuomas Rantanen
Title: Early Triassic
Cat.no.: CW088
Label: City Wall Records
Date: 31 April 2014

Tracklist:

1. Induan (6:21 / 89 BPM) 
Listening to this is a like trying to learn a new language, alien intonations and unkind cadence.
2. Proterosuchus (7:53 / 98 BPM)
The journey of time and discovery steadily continues this time with slight familiarity.
3. Wetlugasaurus (7:48 / 107 BPM)
And now a sense of deep suspense and impending violence, this one has teeth!
4. Lystrosaurus (6:17 / 114 BPM)
More structure here with noticeable tonal patterning and graspable progressions.
5. Scaloposaurus (6:19 / 108 BPM)
Feel the space and air, yet that sinister edge is always there as inescapable as time.
6. Thrinaxodon (6:32 / 94 BPM)
Things slow down again here, take a breather and allow the landscape to provide.
7. Olenekian (7:25 / 133 BPM)
A step change that brings new brightness and beat stability with a sense of climbing.
8. Garjainia (7:11 / 114 BPM)
As close as it gets to reality but with the clinging intensity of fiction.
9. Utatsusaurus (5:58 / 81 BPM)
Underwater madness as life slows down again. Feelings like deep sea movements.
10. Cynognathus (8:59 / 80 BPM)
Yet more exciting new sounds are brought to being and effectively organised.

Press release notes:

In Early Triassic Tuomas Rantanen shares his meditative reflection on the auditory world of a prehistoric time. It can be seen as a continuation of his Nychthemeron in Galapagos suite (2013) although contrastingly this collection takes the form of an album. Also, whereas the Nychthemeron suite held semi-rigidly to standard techno BPMs and beat structures, Early Triassic has almost a total rejection of any rigidity, the BPMs and beat structures cannot really be tied down to any regular pattern. This could be viewed as Tuomas’s interpretation of the concept that early life forms held less order and permanency than can be found in today’s homogenised and industrialised world. Interestingly some of the deep basslines and broken beats that emerge in this collection are reminiscent of the alternative side of the dubstep sound. Tuomas also utilises some of the more fundamental synthetic waveforms like square waves and sinewaves as well as time-stretching and bit crushing to help emulate a time when life was indeed more raw and simplistic. The promos are attracting some deep praise from the likes of UZB, Concrete DJz and Akkya to name just a few. Aside from his releases on City Wall Tuomas is currently working closely with Blackout Audio to share his superb Silk Road series.

2014’s releases from Tuomas on City Wall will see a continuation of his thematic explorations in a variety of new works as well as remastered and repackaged versions of the Grinding Ground and Roaring Dunes suites. Pre-2014 Rantanen has been dealing with the theme of auditory mechanisational change in his works such as Rocket Bay EP (2003), Dark Water EP (2008), Gasoline Rainbow EP (2010), Grinding Ground suite (2011), Roaring Dunes suite (2012) and Nychthemeron in Galapagos suite (2013). Rantanen has also dealt with the theme of societal change from the perspective of Cyberpunk. Rantanen wants to show how boundaries between man and machine, the natural and the artificial have become blurred. He also wants to reveal how a change in our audible environment might soon be a reality. These Cyberpunk themes of societal and audible change are explored in his more chaotic works such as Access Denied EP (1999), Kaotic EP (2002), Memorising Every Phrase EP (2006), Robotan Elbows EP (2009), Anarchy EP (2011), Organisms (2012), Mutations (2012), Corporations (2012), Biometrics (2013), Robot Construction (2013) and Mechanised Incantations (2013).

http://www.junodownload.com/products/tuomas-rantanen-early-triassic/2422655-02/

http://www.beatport.com/release/early-triassic/1261566

http://www.citywallrecords.com/cw088.pdf

Artist: Tuomas Rantanen (Tampere, Finland) 
Title: Taklamakan Desert EP (Silk Road Series Part 2)
Label: Blackout Audio (Germany)
Cat.no.: BOA 024
Date: 3 February 2014

Tracklist:

1. Taklamakan Desert
2. Khotan
3. Turfan

Part 2 of the Silk Road Series entitled the Taklamakan Desert EP continues where Finnish-based artist Tuomas Rantanen left off. Here we have three immense works of art, taking dark and atmospheric techno music to a completely different level. If you thought his debut Qilian Mountains EP was good, this surpasses all expectations — and then some. Visit www.blackoutaudio.co.uk for more information.

Distribution via Triple Vision: Beatbucket, Beatport, Juno, ITunes and more.

https://soundcloud.com/blackoutaudio/sets/boa024-tuomas-rantanen

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Artist: Tuomas Rantanen (Tampere, Finland)
Title: Taklamakan Desert EP (Silk Road Series Part 2)
Label: Blackout Audio (Germany)
Cat.no.: BOA 024
Date: 3 February 2014

Tracklist:

1. Taklamakan Desert
2. Khotan
3. Turfan

Part 2 of the Silk Road Series entitled the Taklamakan Desert EP continues where Finnish-based artist Tuomas Rantanen left off. Here we have three immense works of art, taking dark and atmospheric techno music to a completely different level. If you thought his debut Qilian Mountains EP was good, this surpasses all expectations — and then some. Visit www.blackoutaudio.co.uk for more information.

Distribution via Triple Vision: Beatbucket, Beatport, Juno, ITunes and more.

https://soundcloud.com/blackoutaudio/sets/boa024-tuomas-rantanen

http://www.junodownload.com/products/tuomas-rantanen-taklamakan-desert-ep/2393684-02/

http://www.beatport.com/release/taklamakan-desert-ep/1237641

Artist: Tuomas Rantanen
Title: Mechanised Incantations
Cat.no.: CW082
Label: City Wall Records 
Date: 25 November 2013
Mechanised Incantations is a spellbinding combination of ethereal voices and space age beats. It represents the final part of Tuomas Rantanen’s Cyberpunk Trilogy for 2013, a series in which Rantanen is exploring societal change from the perspective mechanical and biological integration. 

Part 1, Biometrics is hard and strong, part 2, Robot Construction is full of suspense, while here in part 3 the focus has become the obscure chants that were alluded to in part 2. There is of course plenty of trademark Rantanen bass rumble and also the synthetic discordance that has emerged in his sound in the last few years. 

In general the slower tempos of Robot Construction are also kept in Mechanised Incantations although ‘Hologram Amber’, ‘Flying Above The Surface’ and ‘Reflection’ form a mini-suite that will all have dancefloor appeal. That said, even the slower tempos of tracks one to five hold a great sense of power and strength. 

Aside from this album trilogy Rantanen’s last EP on City Wall, Nychthemeron in Madagascar EP gathered special momentum with DJ support from Developer, Samuli Kemppi, Pascal Feos, Darkmode, Mattias Fridell, Vince Watson, Patrick DSP, Speedy J and Angel Alanis to name a few. 

Rantanen has been dealing with the theme of auditory mechanisational change in his works such as Rocket Bay EP (2003), Dark Water EP (2008), Gasoline Rainbow EP (2010), Grinding Ground suite (2011) and Roaring Dunes suite (2012). Rantanen has also dealt with the theme of societal change from the perspective of Cyberpunk. 

Rantanen wants to show how boundaries between man and machine, the natural and the artificial have become blurred. He also wants to reveal how a change in our audible environment might soon be a reality. These Cyberpunk themes of societal and audible change are explored in his more chaotic works such as Access Denied EP (1999), Kaotic EP (2002), Memorising Every Phrase EP (2006), Robotan Elbows EP (2009), Anarchy EP (2011), Organisms (2012), Mutations (2012) and Corporations (2012). 

The goal of this current Cyberpunk Trilogy is to further explore the blurring of the boundary between the natural and the artificial. Meanwhile Rantanen also has a 2013 EP duo on City Wall, consisting of Nychthemeron in Galapagos and Nychthemeron in Madagascar, which continue Rantanen’s expression of the changes that are happening in our audible environment in terms of “industrial presence”.

http://www.beatport.com/release/mechanised-incantations/1200943

http://www.junodownload.com/products/tuomas-rantanen-mechanised-incantations/2347676-02/

https://soundcloud.com/citywallrecords/sets/cw082x-tuomas-rantanen

Artist: Tuomas Rantanen
Title: Mechanised Incantations
Cat.no.: CW082
Label: City Wall Records
Date: 25 November 2013

Mechanised Incantations is a spellbinding combination of ethereal voices and space age beats. It represents the final part of Tuomas Rantanen’s Cyberpunk Trilogy for 2013, a series in which Rantanen is exploring societal change from the perspective mechanical and biological integration. 

Part 1, Biometrics is hard and strong, part 2, Robot Construction is full of suspense, while here in part 3 the focus has become the obscure chants that were alluded to in part 2. There is of course plenty of trademark Rantanen bass rumble and also the synthetic discordance that has emerged in his sound in the last few years. 

In general the slower tempos of Robot Construction are also kept in Mechanised Incantations although ‘Hologram Amber’, ‘Flying Above The Surface’ and ‘Reflection’ form a mini-suite that will all have dancefloor appeal. That said, even the slower tempos of tracks one to five hold a great sense of power and strength. 

Aside from this album trilogy Rantanen’s last EP on City Wall, Nychthemeron in Madagascar EP gathered special momentum with DJ support from Developer, Samuli Kemppi, Pascal Feos, Darkmode, Mattias Fridell, Vince Watson, Patrick DSP, Speedy J and Angel Alanis to name a few. 

Rantanen has been dealing with the theme of auditory mechanisational change in his works such as Rocket Bay EP (2003), Dark Water EP (2008), Gasoline Rainbow EP (2010), Grinding Ground suite (2011) and Roaring Dunes suite (2012). Rantanen has also dealt with the theme of societal change from the perspective of Cyberpunk. 

Rantanen wants to show how boundaries between man and machine, the natural and the artificial have become blurred. He also wants to reveal how a change in our audible environment might soon be a reality. These Cyberpunk themes of societal and audible change are explored in his more chaotic works such as Access Denied EP (1999), Kaotic EP (2002), Memorising Every Phrase EP (2006), Robotan Elbows EP (2009), Anarchy EP (2011), Organisms (2012), Mutations (2012) and Corporations (2012). 

The goal of this current Cyberpunk Trilogy is to further explore the blurring of the boundary between the natural and the artificial. Meanwhile Rantanen also has a 2013 EP duo on City Wall, consisting of Nychthemeron in Galapagos and Nychthemeron in Madagascar, which continue Rantanen’s expression of the changes that are happening in our audible environment in terms of “industrial presence”.

http://www.beatport.com/release/mechanised-incantations/1200943

http://www.junodownload.com/products/tuomas-rantanen-mechanised-incantations/2347676-02/

https://soundcloud.com/citywallrecords/sets/cw082x-tuomas-rantanen

Artist: Tuomas Rantanen 
Title: Qilian Mountains EP (Silk Road Series Part 1)
Cat.no.: BOA023
Label: Blackout Audio
Date: 25 November 2013

Part 1 of the Silk Road Series sees dark Finnish frontman Tuomas Rantanen take the long and momentous journey from ‘Chang-An’ to ‘Dunhuang’, via the ‘Qilian Mountains’. This three-track EP is part of a larger concept that Tuomas has been working on for some time – taking signature atmospherics and fusing them with modern production twists that take us far into the future. Visit www.blackoutaudio.co.uk for more information.

http://www.beatport.com/release/qilian-mountains-ep/1199455

http://www.junodownload.com/products/tuomas-rantanen-qilian-mountains-ep/2344162-02/

https://soundcloud.com/blackoutaudio/sets/boa023-tuomas-rantanen-qilian

CW073 | Tuomas Rantanen - Robot Construction

The 100th release of Tuomas Rantanen!

http://www.mycwr.info/cw073.pdf

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http://www.mycwr.info/cw070.pdf
CW066 | Tuomas Rantanen - Biometrics

Press Release /
http://www.mycwr.info/cw066.pdf

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http://www.beatport.com/release/biometrics/1060492

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