Sonic Groove catalog #1042 features the debut of Berlin's Dipole, a new project of two former Tresor resident DJs. Dipole has been influenced by Berlin's distinct club atmosphere of the mid-1990s, the city's very own Basic Channel oriented sound, but also harder Detroit techno and releases from the rapidly growing UK techno scene. Combining these elements into Monotone, hypnotizing and industrialesque techno. Dipole have been very active in Berlin's techno landscape since 17 years, playing DJ gigs, releasing records on their own small label and have recently begun to focus on playing live gigs. This record is the first outcome of their latest studio sessions, pressed on solid vinyl. - the A-Side starts off with 'Electron Cloud', a monotone and hypnotizing track [blabla]. - the A2 track, named 'Positron Network', is an industrialesque brain-melter. - a heavy morphing bass sequence is responsible for the B1 track, '+Pole', which cuts itself through a thick arrangement of solid beats. - '-Pole' is another techno track featuring slightly broken beats, reminding on British old school techno from the late 90s.