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Tim Jackiw
Sunset Over Saturn

Sunset Over Saturn
Sunset Over SaturnSunset Over Saturn




1x Vinyl 12" 33 ⅓ RPM 45 RPM



Release date

Aug 22, 2022

Tim Jackiw issues a highly limited magenta-coloured 3-track EP

ith a series of archival releases now chronicled on home imprint Offworld Records, enigmatic techno producer Tim Jackiw issues a highly limited magenta-coloured 3-track EP of recordings unearthed from late-night studio sessions captured on DAT tape throughout 1996. On the A-side, minimal number 'Full Moon' stretches out over 10 minutes and ventures deep into the unknown, the feature a Roland SH-101 motif drenched in huge washes of reverb. On the flip, a previously-lost longer mix of favorite 'Shade' captivates with emotive pads and melodies and is rounded out by the ethereal title track 'Sunset Over Saturn'. Recommended!

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Full Moon


Shade (Long Mix)


Sunset Over Saturn

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