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Performer: Pete Namlook
Title: Elektronik
Released: 2011
Country: Germany
Style: Ambient, Experimental, Techno
Category: Electronic
Size FLAC: 1450 mb
Size MP3: 1637 mb
Size WMA: 1953 mb

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Elektronik by Pete Namlook & Material Object, released 17 October 2011 1. Elektronik Part I 2. Elektronik Part II 3. Elektronik Part IV 4. Elektronik Part III 5. Elektronik Part V 6. Elektronik Part VI This is the first collaboration between the late great Pete Namlook and Material Object. Pete Namlook sadly departed this world in November 2012 cutting short this project. His presence will be missed but he lives on forever through his musical legacy. Now that Pete and his label Fax + 49-69/450464 label are no longer, I am releasing this music myself.

the Physical CD release contains a . Surround sound version on a DTS disc as well as a regular Stereo Version. CDs can be purchased directly from ww. amlook. PK 08/199 Pete Namlook + Material Object - Elektronik Berlin June 2011. Pete Namlook Material Object Elektronik Electronic Ambient Fax +49-69/450464.

Namlook · Material Object: Elektronik Pete Namlook. Move D - Namlook XX: Taygete. David Moufang & Pete Namlook. Lee Anthony Norris & Michael Gainford. Namlook - Le Mar. Gabriel Le Mar & Pete Namlook.

Elektronik (with Material Object) is a music studio album recording by PETE NAMLOOK (Progressive ve Rock) released in 2011 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette.

Namlook XXI: Subconscious Worlds 2008. Elektronik II (With Material Object) 2012. Labyrinth I (With Lorenzo Montana) 2010. Outland I (With Bill Laswell) 1994.

Be careful of what you download or face the consequences. Torrent Trackers hash. 04. The Fourth Dimension - Part I. lac34 MB. Folder. jpg117 KB. Pete Namlook & Material Object - Elektronik. log4 KB. cue654 B. 2011, Elektronik (CD, Album) (PK 08-199).

Price for album: �. 8 (discount 20%). Material Object, Pete Namlook.


DTS 5.1 Surround Disc
1-1 The Fourth Dimension - Part I-VI 71:47
2-Channel Stereo Disc
2-1 The Fourth Dimension - Part I 28:08
2-2 The Fourth Dimension - Part II 8:22
2-3 The Fourth Dimension - Part III 7:55
2-4 The Fourth Dimension - Part IV 4:44
2-5 The Fourth Dimension - Part V 5:30
2-6 The Fourth Dimension - Part VI 17:08

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Pete Namlook
  • Copyright (c) – Pete Namlook
  • Recorded At – The Red Room Berlin
  • Manufactured By – P+O Pallas – A 626171
  • Manufactured By – P+O Pallas – A 626172


  • Graphics – sansserifgrafik
  • Producer – Peter Kuhlmann
  • Written-By – Andre Ruello, Pete Namlook


Limited to 300 copies.


Special thanks to:
Fabia / Neo / Melanie
Hans Nordelius @ Clavia
Markus Engel @ Steinberg
Christian Deinhardt.

Material Object thanks: Anna.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 81005 05312 9
  • Barcode (Reader): 881005053129
  • Label Code: LC 6269
  • Matrix / Runout (DTS 5.1 Surround Disc): PK 08/199 CD1 P+O-A 626171-A1
  • Matrix / Runout (2-Channel Stereo Disc): PK 08/199 CD2 P+O-A 626172-A1
  • Mould SID Code: ifpi 3J04

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Pete Namlook, Material Object Pete Namlook, Material Object - Elektronik ‎(6xFile, FLAC, Album) Not On Label none Germany Unknown


I think this is a strong Fax album for several reasons. Over the first few listens, the intro reminded me of Alien Community, which I hadn't listened to in many years, but both AC 1 & 2 were favorites way back when. Elektronik has a deep otherworldly quality, like AC, alienating and gorgeous at the same time, the spacey sliding metallic sounds are really fantastic I'm left wondering what the DTS mix will sound like when I finally get to hear it. Whereas AC was mostly wistful and melancholic with its handling of melodies, those on Elektonik are more forward and almost Kraftwerkian to me at times, this is good as I am a long time fan of KW. A few selective melodic nodes interlock with the other sounds and float for a bit, I like it! Another reason has to do with the way this album happened: between Namlook, and to use a music market characterization, a 'relative unknown' in the ambient techno community. I'm talking generally as a consumer of electronic music here, because Material Object has been making music for years and has a few other releases out. Third reason is the long-duration format this release is in. This was how many of the early good sub label favorites materialized. Oh, who's Namlook pairing up with this time? I used to think back when i was hunting all the earlier Fax releases down ... I really missed that experience of discovering new artists through Pete's collabs. I know there are other recent faxes that occasionally go this route, but Elektronik sounds like a real jam, complete with its various phases and shifts in activity.. movements and parts. This is light years beyond the 90s sub label releases in sound quality though.. I wonder if Elektronik II happens, will it also be long-form? In any case, this one is solid. Track 6 has got a sweet eno -esque melody going on, brilliant... the album is dark and introspective to a nearly paranoid level earlier on before opening up throughout 70+ minutes where toward the end an uplifting chorus of synths… lights & laserbeams shining skyward. Or are those spotlights from the mothership??  
So what did you think of the 5.1 mix? I'm curious to know which mix you prefer.
A mind bending, alien abstract, mind calming, and even somewhere in-between listen into modern forward thinking electronic music. Experimental the album certainly is with a formula that weaves metallic/broken-melodic/mish-mash IDM-Techno along with electro Abstract and spacey synth Ambient. There are sounds, atmospheres, and moments that can bring memories of previous FAX albums such as Alien Community, Music For Ballet, Monolith, Miles Apart, Jet Chamber, and even From Within (esp on trk 6). The album plays with a live jam feel in its sound that's raw, deep, and experimental with its various, but not one dominant, use of electronic genres. The mood of the album is mixture of both dark and uplifting moods that deliver 'a light at the end of the tunnel' feel to the mind, as it will certainly take you into a unique electronic music listen that plays without boundaries!

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