Jens Kuhn aka Lowtec hardly needs introduction.
Releases for Playhouse, USM, Science City and his own label Out to lunch
have made him a notable fixture in the techno and house scene.

As a member of the "System 360" collective he released the "Adaptive Pattern Recognizer EP"
("vital release", Muzik, UK 1995) and the album "Active Technologies" (1998) on Source Records.

On Secret Corner we present 10 unreleased tracks plus (cd only) "Mitre Peak" previously released
on the like named 12'' on Out to lunch.
Producing the stomping minimal house track "City Limits" Jens Kuhn was joined
by David Rollmann aka even tuell.

"Secret Corner" reflects the roots of house and techno
but also makes its very own statement.

Deep, funky and moody minimal house and techno tracks... flowing grooves... smooth stings...

Evolving, mutating slowly but carefully, constantly in motion,
the tracks minimal arrangements leave wide spaces for subtle shifts and alterations.
Like molecules in constant motion unite to build substance,
Lowtecs sound unite to form tracks that despite their repetive character,
draw their tension from permanent mutation.

source records nr. 020239 / cd / 2xlp
distributed by efa / uk: srd / us: caroline / f, nl, bl: news / aus: inertia

tr01  rock me easy
tr01  hidden bells
tr01  city limits (with paul david rollmann aka even tuell
tr01  lower hutt
tr01  stamping ground
tr01  wish you were here
tr01  mitre park (cd only)
tr01  1973
tr01  resist
tr01  less means less waste
tr01  ground water (with gunnar heuschkel aka lynx)