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Reagenz (2021 Remastrer)

Release Notes
  • rEAGENZ debut album
  • Originally released in 1994 on reflective records / source records
  • Original artwork cebra & env / reissue design env (jonas grossman)
  • An Underrated milestone of 90’s electronic music where lush ambient textures meet intricate IDM/techno rhythms.
  • Remastered for 2022 and available for the very first time

Musique Pour La Danse presents rEAGENZ, the iconic self-titled debut album released in 1994 by the duo formed by Jonah Sharp (Spacetime Continuum) & David Moufang (Move D, Deep Space Network).

Previously only available in CD format, this sought-after album which nonetheless remains too under appreciated for our liking is finally available on double vinyl for the first time ever and has been remastered for the occasion.

Nearly 30 years after its release, rEAGENZ remains a crucial milestone of electronic music. The duo famously met at an early gig of British IDM heroes Autechre and then recorded its debut album between its respective studios in San Francisco and Heidelberg. This is a record where the sense of in betweenness is not only geographical. It is indeed a beautiful hybrid that explores the relationship between lush ambient textures and intricate IDM/techno rhythms, with striking and memorable results.

Rather than trying to fit in pre-determined templates, rEAGENZ invites you in a paradigm of its own. In these unprecedented times without access to clubs and dancefloors, this is a much needed reminder, as it is one of those albums that argues that the enjoyment of electronic music is anything but confined to the formulas and expectations of music for clubs. It’s all about diving into gorgeous and compelling soundscapes, wherever you might be listening and dancing.

ä, ö, b, ü, ß, tz recorded at reflective studio, san francisco, summer 1993 long leaves, hollow mountain, dj friendly recorded at resource studio, heidelberg, summer 1994 by jonah sharp and david moufang.