Last Month In Techno
PITCHFORK "Perhaps more than any other label, Perlon is responsible for the current shape of minimal house and techno. Since the label's inception in 1997, with two records from Markus Nikolai and Dimbiman, respectively, Perlon has explored every nook and cranny of understated, reductionist dance music, from Pantytec's truncated bump 'n' chug to Villalobos' spiraling psychedelia; from Akufen's skipping microhouse to Luciano's early fusions of punchy Latin rhythms and IDM-inspired keyboards." -- Philip Sherburne
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