Erika / Anevite Void
Album: Anevite Void   Collection:General
Artist:Erika   Added:Apr 2023
Label:Interdimensional Transmissions  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2023-06-10 Pull Date: 2023-08-12 Charts: Electronic
Week Ending: Aug 6 Jul 9 Jun 25
Airplays: 1 2 2

Recent Airplay
1. Aug 03, 2023: Virtually Happy
Star Line Down
4. Jun 24, 2023: Virtually Happy
2. Jul 08, 2023: Buford J. Sharkley Presents: As Told to Hervey Okkles
Obsidian Sunset
5. Jun 24, 2023: Music Casserole
3. Jul 08, 2023: Music Casserole
Opal Haze

Album Review
Reviewed 2023-04-23
Buckle up for a new cosmically exploratory album from Erika, longtime techno/electro/ambient producer from Berlin/Detroit. On this release, her first solo album in a decade, she utilizes her varied background to infuse her signature Detroit techno sound with a variety of sonic influences and thematic elements. The album itself is conceptual in nature, built around the premise of “the irregular life cycles created by three suns circling over a planetary organism that presents two major biomes: rocky crystalline desert, and deep layered forest, each of which exists above and/or below ground, depending on what phase the suns are in.” Far out!

All tracks FCC CLEAN
TRY: 2, 3, 5, 4
RIYL: rRoxymore, Ciel, Ariel Zetina

1. Crystalline flutey synths, rumbling deep bass beats
*2. Cool crisp rhythms with wandering synthesizer tendrils and bouncy bass
*3. Marchy techno with a dash two of Roland wanderings
*4. Wobbly bass techno with twinkly melodies
*5. Growling basslines with extraterrestrial blips and a bangin techno rhythm
6. Slow-evolving, worth some nice old school Detroit flavor
7. Brooding, rumbly techno
8. Fluttery bouncy
9. Groovy with instrumental flourishes
10. Slower, staticy, a bit sinister, with ambient elements

Track Listing
1. Emergency Shutdown   6. Desert Red
2. Opal Haze   7. Crystal Circuits
3. Obsidian Sunset   8. Tomorrow's Fires
4. Star Line Down   9. Dirt Breather
5. Anion   10. Wandering Mountain