RELEASE DATE : 1997-06-13
AUTHOR : Guillaume-Ulrich Chifflot
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This remix version of Bleep is still a funky mix of techno and groovy feelings, but, as its name implies, is more on a hard tip. Shapes are straight and sharp,even if the architecture remains funky.
In fact, while the original Bleep font family emphasized the typically Warpian bleepy techno feel, this one is more linked to the Electro style, more Bambaata or Eon-esque than Tricky disco-id !
Just like the original, it offers a very progressive experience, looking classicaly technoid at small point sizes, and slowly revealing its funkyness as you enlarge it.
It includes 2 variants : Regular & Bold.
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New Beat Trax & Old School Beats – Limited Edition Double Vinyl 180g Red Marbled
N9.037 - Octovetica
N9.039 - Aquablue
N9.036 - Mano Negra Beta
N9.035 - Reglaab
N9.034 - Antechicago
N9.033 - Phuturized
N9.030 - Computer Waltz
N9.026 - Big Bang
N9.025 - Colony
N9.024R - Bassline 303 Squared
N9.024 - Bassline 303
N9.023 - Bleep
N9.022 - Layer
N9.015 - Typotone
N9.014R - Binary Line
N9.014 - Binary Trash
N9.012 - Rise (From Your Grave)
N9.011 - Rorschach
N9 Multimedia Lab. Paris, France
After a bunch of tracks in the early days of Techno & Rave explosion, N9 focused on graphic design and conceptual
Typography, creating free or shareware fonts.
In 2001, N9 went back in the music area, and releases new tracks in the Electro Techno or Electronica genres, as much as pioneers the revival of the Acid New Beat genre.
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