Rhythm & Sound (record label)

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Rhythm & Sound
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Founded 1997
Founder Moritz von Oswald
Mark Ernestus
Genre Dub techno
Country of origin Germany
Location Berlin
Official website Basic Channel

Rhythm & Sound is a dub techno German record label, a sub-label to Basic Channel.[1] It was founded in Berlin by the duo Moritz von Oswald and Mark Ernestus, also known as Basic Channel. The label released seven 12-inch singles and one CD compilation album between 1997 and 2002.[2]

Releases[edit]

RS-01 (12")  Rhythm & Sound w/ Tikiman - "Music A Fe Rule" (1997)

  1. "Music A Fe Rule (Part 1)" - 14:05
  2. "Music A Fe Rule (Part 2)" - 14:21
Due to the legal problems with the name Tikiman, later represses substitutes his real name, Paul St. Hilaire.

RS-02 (12")  Chosen Brothers / Rhythm & Sound - "Mango Walk / Mango Drive" (1998)

  1. Chosen Brothers / Bullwackie's All Stars "Mango Walk (Dubwise Version)" - 8:17
  2. Rhythm & Sound "Mango Drive" - 7:12
Side 1 released under the Wackies label.

RS-03 (12")  Rhythm & Sound - "Roll Off" (1998)

  1. "Roll Off /S" - 12:30
  2. "Roll Off /B" - 13:30

RS-04 (12")  Rhythm & Sound - "Smile" (1999)

  1. Rhythm & Sound "Distance" - 5:23
  2. Rhythm & Sound "Range" - 4:39
  3. Rhythm & Sound w/ Savage "Smile" - 8:43

RS-05 (12")  Rhythm & Sound - "Carrier" (1999)

  1. "Carrier" - 9:40
  2. "Density" - 3:38
  3. "Outward" - 5:44

RS-06 (12")  Rhythm & Sound - "Trace / Imprint" (2001)

  1. "Trace" - 9:00
  2. "Imprint" - 16:24

RS-07 (12")  Rhythm & Sound - "Aground / Aerial" (2002)

  1. "Aground" - 9:20
  2. "Aerial" - 9:27

RSD-1 (CD)  Rhythm & Sound - Rhythm & Sound (2001)

  1. "No Partial" - 6:15
  2. "Trace" - 7:24
  3. "Mango Drive" - 7:12
  4. "Distance" - 4:42
  5. "Smile" (w/ Savage) - 9:12
  6. "Outward" - 5:46
  7. "Roll Off" - 9:34
  8. "Carrier" - 6:27
  9. "Range" - 6:29
  10. "Imprint" - 16:51
Collects tracks from RS-2 to RS-6 plus new track "No Partial". Tracks 2, 4, 7, 8, 9 are shortened versions.

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