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  • Nullptr - Arvanche Audio

    5:25

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    Album: Future World [ALBUM]
    Track: 7 of 10
    Title: Arvanche
    Artist: Nullptr
    Label: Central Processing Unit
    Cat#: CPU01011000
    Formats: Vinyl LP/Digital
    Digital Release: 3rd July 2020
    Physical Release: 3rd July 2020

    About This Release:

    Two years after debuting on Central Processing Unit with the acclaimed Aftrmth EP, Nullptr returns to the Sheffield label for the release of new full-length album Future World. Nullptr has created a set of perpetual-motion marvels here, wind-'em-up-and-watch-'em-go electro tunes in which synth lines and 808s weave dexterously in and out of one another to form these lovely interlocking patterns.

    Many of the tracks on Future World are anchored by needlegun grooves in the Drexciyan mode. The album's opening number 'Arrowhead', an eerie dystopian-electro take, sets the scene in this regard, and cuts like 'Cytron' and 'Phantom Cell' also have a rugged bump to their low-end - particularly the latter, which features a deliciously nasty bassline drop about halfway in.

    While busybody drum programming persists throughout the album, Nullptr's fondness for washed-out pads means that Future World also provides the listener with space for contemplation. Third track 'Sweet Luna' may be robust enough to do damage on the dancefloor, but its deep chords and relatively muted bassline also push it in the direction of 90s electronica and IDM-techno. 'Sweet Luna' opens the door for many of the subsequent numbers to balance driving beats with wistful textures, and while electro remains Future World's core style the harsh sound of machine-funk is softened throughout by these warm synth tones.

    Rather than playing it safe within the genre's familiar confines, Nullptr instead uses electro as a base from which to incorporate other sounds throughout Future World. 'Wave Cannon's bleep-bloop modulars and twittering hi-hats are pure robo-funk, but the track's jumpy bassline shows off a sense of adventure derived from braindance. There is also the ghost of a breakbeat in Nullptr's snare programming here, something which lurks in the back of 'Arvanche' later in the tracklisting. Meanwhile the uptempo 'Bit Device' pushes through to the ruminative techno of Virginia's early Ostgut Ton releases.

    Nullptr throws us another curveball in Future World's home straight. The album's title-track closes the record out, and it's a cut which takes us deeper than anything that's come previously. Here Nullptr both lowers the tempo and also does away with drums, leaving the listener with little more than some hanging-garden synth pads and pregnant bassline. It proves to be a hugely atmospheric coda for this delightful album.

    RIYL: Jensen Interceptor, Assembler Code, The Exaltics, Drexciya

    Reviews for This Release:

    Plays 'Chiron' on White Noise #751 - Dave Clarke

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  • NULLPTR - Arrowhead

    5:09

    Track Info:
    NULLPTR - Arrowhead (Original Mix) [Central Processing Unit]

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  • Nullptr - Phantom Cell Audio

    5:49

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    Album: Future World [ALBUM]
    Track: 6 of 10
    Title: Phantom Cell
    Artist: Nullptr
    Label: Central Processing Unit
    Cat#: CPU01011000
    Formats: Vinyl LP/Digital
    Digital Release: 3rd July 2020
    Physical Release: 3rd July 2020

    About This Release:

    Two years after debuting on Central Processing Unit with the acclaimed Aftrmth EP, Nullptr returns to the Sheffield label for the release of new full-length album Future World. Nullptr has created a set of perpetual-motion marvels here, wind-'em-up-and-watch-'em-go electro tunes in which synth lines and 808s weave dexterously in and out of one another to form these lovely interlocking patterns.

    Many of the tracks on Future World are anchored by needlegun grooves in the Drexciyan mode. The album's opening number 'Arrowhead', an eerie dystopian-electro take, sets the scene in this regard, and cuts like 'Cytron' and 'Phantom Cell' also have a rugged bump to their low-end - particularly the latter, which features a deliciously nasty bassline drop about halfway in.

    While busybody drum programming persists throughout the album, Nullptr's fondness for washed-out pads means that Future World also provides the listener with space for contemplation. Third track 'Sweet Luna' may be robust enough to do damage on the dancefloor, but its deep chords and relatively muted bassline also push it in the direction of 90s electronica and IDM-techno. 'Sweet Luna' opens the door for many of the subsequent numbers to balance driving beats with wistful textures, and while electro remains Future World's core style the harsh sound of machine-funk is softened throughout by these warm synth tones.

    Rather than playing it safe within the genre's familiar confines, Nullptr instead uses electro as a base from which to incorporate other sounds throughout Future World. 'Wave Cannon's bleep-bloop modulars and twittering hi-hats are pure robo-funk, but the track's jumpy bassline shows off a sense of adventure derived from braindance. There is also the ghost of a breakbeat in Nullptr's snare programming here, something which lurks in the back of 'Arvanche' later in the tracklisting. Meanwhile the uptempo 'Bit Device' pushes through to the ruminative techno of Virginia's early Ostgut Ton releases.

    Nullptr throws us another curveball in Future World's home straight. The album's title-track closes the record out, and it's a cut which takes us deeper than anything that's come previously. Here Nullptr both lowers the tempo and also does away with drums, leaving the listener with little more than some hanging-garden synth pads and pregnant bassline. It proves to be a hugely atmospheric coda for this delightful album.

    RIYL: Jensen Interceptor, Assembler Code, The Exaltics, Drexciya

    Reviews for This Release:

    Plays 'Chiron' on White Noise #751 - Dave Clarke

  • Nullptr - Polytopes

    4:55

    Track Taken From The EP Aftrmth [01000000] (2018). Written & Produced By Eddie Symons.
    - Special Thanks To Kid DyNAmo For The Track.
    - Video : Spin By Andromeda Software Development / ASD.

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  • Nullptr - Polytopes

    5:00

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    Album: AFTRMTH [EP]
    Track: 2 of 6
    Title: Polytopes
    Artist: Nullptr
    Label: Central Processing Unit
    Cat#: CPU01000000
    Formats: 12 Vinyl/Digital
    Digital Release: 31st August 2018
    Physical Release: 31st August 2018

    About This Release:

    Modular synthesis wizard Eddie Symons, aka Nullptr [null pointer], lands on CPU with some of the finest laid back analogue electro you will hear post 'Other People Place'. Fans of Cygnus and DMX Krew take note.
    After his debut LP 'Optical' on Detroit Underground, Symons has firmly established himself as a class act to follow. Expect spacey wavetable pads, step sequencer conversations and killer modular bass.

    Reviews for This Release:

    Amazing stuff, this whole EP is all class, cant pick a favourite because they are all killer. - Jensen Interceptor

    This mini album / EP favours the melodic edges of the electro. - DJ Mag

  • Nullptr - Sweet Luna Audio

    4:41

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    Album: Future World [ALBUM]
    Track: 3 of 10
    Title: Sweet Luna
    Artist: Nullptr
    Label: Central Processing Unit
    Cat#: CPU01011000
    Formats: Vinyl LP/Digital
    Digital Release: 3rd July 2020
    Physical Release: 3rd July 2020

    About This Release:

    Two years after debuting on Central Processing Unit with the acclaimed Aftrmth EP, Nullptr returns to the Sheffield label for the release of new full-length album Future World. Nullptr has created a set of perpetual-motion marvels here, wind-'em-up-and-watch-'em-go electro tunes in which synth lines and 808s weave dexterously in and out of one another to form these lovely interlocking patterns.

    Many of the tracks on Future World are anchored by needlegun grooves in the Drexciyan mode. The album's opening number 'Arrowhead', an eerie dystopian-electro take, sets the scene in this regard, and cuts like 'Cytron' and 'Phantom Cell' also have a rugged bump to their low-end - particularly the latter, which features a deliciously nasty bassline drop about halfway in.

    While busybody drum programming persists throughout the album, Nullptr's fondness for washed-out pads means that Future World also provides the listener with space for contemplation. Third track 'Sweet Luna' may be robust enough to do damage on the dancefloor, but its deep chords and relatively muted bassline also push it in the direction of 90s electronica and IDM-techno. 'Sweet Luna' opens the door for many of the subsequent numbers to balance driving beats with wistful textures, and while electro remains Future World's core style the harsh sound of machine-funk is softened throughout by these warm synth tones.

    Rather than playing it safe within the genre's familiar confines, Nullptr instead uses electro as a base from which to incorporate other sounds throughout Future World. 'Wave Cannon's bleep-bloop modulars and twittering hi-hats are pure robo-funk, but the track's jumpy bassline shows off a sense of adventure derived from braindance. There is also the ghost of a breakbeat in Nullptr's snare programming here, something which lurks in the back of 'Arvanche' later in the tracklisting. Meanwhile the uptempo 'Bit Device' pushes through to the ruminative techno of Virginia's early Ostgut Ton releases.

    Nullptr throws us another curveball in Future World's home straight. The album's title-track closes the record out, and it's a cut which takes us deeper than anything that's come previously. Here Nullptr both lowers the tempo and also does away with drums, leaving the listener with little more than some hanging-garden synth pads and pregnant bassline. It proves to be a hugely atmospheric coda for this delightful album.

    RIYL: Jensen Interceptor, Assembler Code, The Exaltics, Drexciya

    Reviews for This Release:

    Plays 'Chiron' on White Noise #751 - Dave Clarke

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  • Nullptr - Skyline

    6:13

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    Album: AFTRMTH [EP]
    Track: 4 of 6
    Title: Skyline
    Artist: Nullptr
    Label: Central Processing Unit
    Cat#: CPU01000000
    Formats: 12 Vinyl/Digital
    Digital Release: 31st August 2018
    Physical Release: 31st August 2018

    About This Release:

    Modular synthesis wizard Eddie Symons, aka Nullptr [null pointer], lands on CPU with some of the finest laid back analogue electro you will hear post 'Other People Place'. Fans of Cygnus and DMX Krew take note.
    After his debut LP 'Optical' on Detroit Underground, Symons has firmly established himself as a class act to follow. Expect spacey wavetable pads, step sequencer conversations and killer modular bass.

    Reviews for This Release:

    Amazing stuff, this whole EP is all class, cant pick a favourite because they are all killer. - Jensen Interceptor

    This mini album / EP favours the melodic edges of the electro. - DJ Mag

  • Nullptr - Nemesis

    3:22

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    Album: AFTRMTH [EP]
    Track: 6 of 6
    Title: Nemesis
    Artist: Nullptr
    Label: Central Processing Unit
    Cat#: CPU01000000
    Formats: 12 Vinyl/Digital
    Digital Release: 31st August 2018
    Physical Release: 31st August 2018

    About This Release:

    Modular synthesis wizard Eddie Symons, aka Nullptr [null pointer], lands on CPU with some of the finest laid back analogue electro you will hear post 'Other People Place'. Fans of Cygnus and DMX Krew take note.
    After his debut LP 'Optical' on Detroit Underground, Symons has firmly established himself as a class act to follow. Expect spacey wavetable pads, step sequencer conversations and killer modular bass.

    Reviews for This Release:

    Amazing stuff, this whole EP is all class, cant pick a favourite because they are all killer. - Jensen Interceptor

    This mini album / EP favours the melodic edges of the electro. - DJ Mag

  • Nullptr - Hakusan Audio

    4:11

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    Album: Future World [ALBUM]
    Track: 8 of 10
    Title: Hakusan
    Artist: Nullptr
    Label: Central Processing Unit
    Cat#: CPU01011000
    Formats: Vinyl LP/Digital
    Digital Release: 3rd July 2020
    Physical Release: 3rd July 2020

    About This Release:

    Two years after debuting on Central Processing Unit with the acclaimed Aftrmth EP, Nullptr returns to the Sheffield label for the release of new full-length album Future World. Nullptr has created a set of perpetual-motion marvels here, wind-'em-up-and-watch-'em-go electro tunes in which synth lines and 808s weave dexterously in and out of one another to form these lovely interlocking patterns.

    Many of the tracks on Future World are anchored by needlegun grooves in the Drexciyan mode. The album's opening number 'Arrowhead', an eerie dystopian-electro take, sets the scene in this regard, and cuts like 'Cytron' and 'Phantom Cell' also have a rugged bump to their low-end - particularly the latter, which features a deliciously nasty bassline drop about halfway in.

    While busybody drum programming persists throughout the album, Nullptr's fondness for washed-out pads means that Future World also provides the listener with space for contemplation. Third track 'Sweet Luna' may be robust enough to do damage on the dancefloor, but its deep chords and relatively muted bassline also push it in the direction of 90s electronica and IDM-techno. 'Sweet Luna' opens the door for many of the subsequent numbers to balance driving beats with wistful textures, and while electro remains Future World's core style the harsh sound of machine-funk is softened throughout by these warm synth tones.

    Rather than playing it safe within the genre's familiar confines, Nullptr instead uses electro as a base from which to incorporate other sounds throughout Future World. 'Wave Cannon's bleep-bloop modulars and twittering hi-hats are pure robo-funk, but the track's jumpy bassline shows off a sense of adventure derived from braindance. There is also the ghost of a breakbeat in Nullptr's snare programming here, something which lurks in the back of 'Arvanche' later in the tracklisting. Meanwhile the uptempo 'Bit Device' pushes through to the ruminative techno of Virginia's early Ostgut Ton releases.

    Nullptr throws us another curveball in Future World's home straight. The album's title-track closes the record out, and it's a cut which takes us deeper than anything that's come previously. Here Nullptr both lowers the tempo and also does away with drums, leaving the listener with little more than some hanging-garden synth pads and pregnant bassline. It proves to be a hugely atmospheric coda for this delightful album.

    RIYL: Jensen Interceptor, Assembler Code, The Exaltics, Drexciya

    Reviews for This Release:

    Plays 'Chiron' on White Noise #751 - Dave Clarke

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  • Nullptr - Future World Audio

    4:12

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    Album: Future World [ALBUM]
    Track: 10 of 10
    Title: Future World
    Artist: Nullptr
    Label: Central Processing Unit
    Cat#: CPU01011000
    Formats: Vinyl LP/Digital
    Digital Release: 3rd July 2020
    Physical Release: 3rd July 2020

    About This Release:

    Two years after debuting on Central Processing Unit with the acclaimed Aftrmth EP, Nullptr returns to the Sheffield label for the release of new full-length album Future World. Nullptr has created a set of perpetual-motion marvels here, wind-'em-up-and-watch-'em-go electro tunes in which synth lines and 808s weave dexterously in and out of one another to form these lovely interlocking patterns.

    Many of the tracks on Future World are anchored by needlegun grooves in the Drexciyan mode. The album's opening number 'Arrowhead', an eerie dystopian-electro take, sets the scene in this regard, and cuts like 'Cytron' and 'Phantom Cell' also have a rugged bump to their low-end - particularly the latter, which features a deliciously nasty bassline drop about halfway in.

    While busybody drum programming persists throughout the album, Nullptr's fondness for washed-out pads means that Future World also provides the listener with space for contemplation. Third track 'Sweet Luna' may be robust enough to do damage on the dancefloor, but its deep chords and relatively muted bassline also push it in the direction of 90s electronica and IDM-techno. 'Sweet Luna' opens the door for many of the subsequent numbers to balance driving beats with wistful textures, and while electro remains Future World's core style the harsh sound of machine-funk is softened throughout by these warm synth tones.

    Rather than playing it safe within the genre's familiar confines, Nullptr instead uses electro as a base from which to incorporate other sounds throughout Future World. 'Wave Cannon's bleep-bloop modulars and twittering hi-hats are pure robo-funk, but the track's jumpy bassline shows off a sense of adventure derived from braindance. There is also the ghost of a breakbeat in Nullptr's snare programming here, something which lurks in the back of 'Arvanche' later in the tracklisting. Meanwhile the uptempo 'Bit Device' pushes through to the ruminative techno of Virginia's early Ostgut Ton releases.

    Nullptr throws us another curveball in Future World's home straight. The album's title-track closes the record out, and it's a cut which takes us deeper than anything that's come previously. Here Nullptr both lowers the tempo and also does away with drums, leaving the listener with little more than some hanging-garden synth pads and pregnant bassline. It proves to be a hugely atmospheric coda for this delightful album.

    RIYL: Jensen Interceptor, Assembler Code, The Exaltics, Drexciya

    Reviews for This Release:

    Plays 'Chiron' on White Noise #751 - Dave Clarke

  • Nullptr - Bit Device Audio

    4:06

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    Album: Future World [ALBUM]
    Track: 4 of 10
    Title: Bit Device
    Artist: Nullptr
    Label: Central Processing Unit
    Cat#: CPU01011000
    Formats: Vinyl LP/Digital
    Digital Release: 3rd July 2020
    Physical Release: 3rd July 2020

    About This Release:

    Two years after debuting on Central Processing Unit with the acclaimed Aftrmth EP, Nullptr returns to the Sheffield label for the release of new full-length album Future World. Nullptr has created a set of perpetual-motion marvels here, wind-'em-up-and-watch-'em-go electro tunes in which synth lines and 808s weave dexterously in and out of one another to form these lovely interlocking patterns.

    Many of the tracks on Future World are anchored by needlegun grooves in the Drexciyan mode. The album's opening number 'Arrowhead', an eerie dystopian-electro take, sets the scene in this regard, and cuts like 'Cytron' and 'Phantom Cell' also have a rugged bump to their low-end - particularly the latter, which features a deliciously nasty bassline drop about halfway in.

    While busybody drum programming persists throughout the album, Nullptr's fondness for washed-out pads means that Future World also provides the listener with space for contemplation. Third track 'Sweet Luna' may be robust enough to do damage on the dancefloor, but its deep chords and relatively muted bassline also push it in the direction of 90s electronica and IDM-techno. 'Sweet Luna' opens the door for many of the subsequent numbers to balance driving beats with wistful textures, and while electro remains Future World's core style the harsh sound of machine-funk is softened throughout by these warm synth tones.

    Rather than playing it safe within the genre's familiar confines, Nullptr instead uses electro as a base from which to incorporate other sounds throughout Future World. 'Wave Cannon's bleep-bloop modulars and twittering hi-hats are pure robo-funk, but the track's jumpy bassline shows off a sense of adventure derived from braindance. There is also the ghost of a breakbeat in Nullptr's snare programming here, something which lurks in the back of 'Arvanche' later in the tracklisting. Meanwhile the uptempo 'Bit Device' pushes through to the ruminative techno of Virginia's early Ostgut Ton releases.

    Nullptr throws us another curveball in Future World's home straight. The album's title-track closes the record out, and it's a cut which takes us deeper than anything that's come previously. Here Nullptr both lowers the tempo and also does away with drums, leaving the listener with little more than some hanging-garden synth pads and pregnant bassline. It proves to be a hugely atmospheric coda for this delightful album.

    RIYL: Jensen Interceptor, Assembler Code, The Exaltics, Drexciya

    Reviews for This Release:

    Plays 'Chiron' on White Noise #751 - Dave Clarke

  • Nullptr - Wave Cannon Audio

    5:26

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    Album: Future World [ALBUM]
    Track: 2 of 10
    Title: Wave Cannon
    Artist: Nullptr
    Label: Central Processing Unit
    Cat#: CPU01011000
    Formats: Vinyl LP/Digital
    Digital Release: 3rd July 2020
    Physical Release: 3rd July 2020

    About This Release:

    Two years after debuting on Central Processing Unit with the acclaimed Aftrmth EP, Nullptr returns to the Sheffield label for the release of new full-length album Future World. Nullptr has created a set of perpetual-motion marvels here, wind-'em-up-and-watch-'em-go electro tunes in which synth lines and 808s weave dexterously in and out of one another to form these lovely interlocking patterns.

    Many of the tracks on Future World are anchored by needlegun grooves in the Drexciyan mode. The album's opening number 'Arrowhead', an eerie dystopian-electro take, sets the scene in this regard, and cuts like 'Cytron' and 'Phantom Cell' also have a rugged bump to their low-end - particularly the latter, which features a deliciously nasty bassline drop about halfway in.

    While busybody drum programming persists throughout the album, Nullptr's fondness for washed-out pads means that Future World also provides the listener with space for contemplation. Third track 'Sweet Luna' may be robust enough to do damage on the dancefloor, but its deep chords and relatively muted bassline also push it in the direction of 90s electronica and IDM-techno. 'Sweet Luna' opens the door for many of the subsequent numbers to balance driving beats with wistful textures, and while electro remains Future World's core style the harsh sound of machine-funk is softened throughout by these warm synth tones.

    Rather than playing it safe within the genre's familiar confines, Nullptr instead uses electro as a base from which to incorporate other sounds throughout Future World. 'Wave Cannon's bleep-bloop modulars and twittering hi-hats are pure robo-funk, but the track's jumpy bassline shows off a sense of adventure derived from braindance. There is also the ghost of a breakbeat in Nullptr's snare programming here, something which lurks in the back of 'Arvanche' later in the tracklisting. Meanwhile the uptempo 'Bit Device' pushes through to the ruminative techno of Virginia's early Ostgut Ton releases.

    Nullptr throws us another curveball in Future World's home straight. The album's title-track closes the record out, and it's a cut which takes us deeper than anything that's come previously. Here Nullptr both lowers the tempo and also does away with drums, leaving the listener with little more than some hanging-garden synth pads and pregnant bassline. It proves to be a hugely atmospheric coda for this delightful album.

    RIYL: Jensen Interceptor, Assembler Code, The Exaltics, Drexciya

    Reviews for This Release:

    Plays 'Chiron' on White Noise #751 - Dave Clarke

  • Nullptr -- Light Years

    4:53

    Various ‎– Time Capsule: 6th 808 Box (10th Anniversary)
    Fundamental Records ‎– FUND023
    10 × Vinyl, 12, 33 ⅓ RPM
    2020, Spain

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  • Nullptr - Arrowhead Audio

    5:11

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    Album: Future World [ALBUM]
    Track: 1 of 10
    Title: Arrowhead
    Artist: Nullptr
    Label: Central Processing Unit
    Cat#: CPU01011000
    Formats: Vinyl LP/Digital
    Digital Release: 3rd July 2020
    Physical Release: 3rd July 2020

    About This Release:

    Two years after debuting on Central Processing Unit with the acclaimed Aftrmth EP, Nullptr returns to the Sheffield label for the release of new full-length album Future World. Nullptr has created a set of perpetual-motion marvels here, wind-'em-up-and-watch-'em-go electro tunes in which synth lines and 808s weave dexterously in and out of one another to form these lovely interlocking patterns.

    Many of the tracks on Future World are anchored by needlegun grooves in the Drexciyan mode. The album's opening number 'Arrowhead', an eerie dystopian-electro take, sets the scene in this regard, and cuts like 'Cytron' and 'Phantom Cell' also have a rugged bump to their low-end - particularly the latter, which features a deliciously nasty bassline drop about halfway in.

    While busybody drum programming persists throughout the album, Nullptr's fondness for washed-out pads means that Future World also provides the listener with space for contemplation. Third track 'Sweet Luna' may be robust enough to do damage on the dancefloor, but its deep chords and relatively muted bassline also push it in the direction of 90s electronica and IDM-techno. 'Sweet Luna' opens the door for many of the subsequent numbers to balance driving beats with wistful textures, and while electro remains Future World's core style the harsh sound of machine-funk is softened throughout by these warm synth tones.

    Rather than playing it safe within the genre's familiar confines, Nullptr instead uses electro as a base from which to incorporate other sounds throughout Future World. 'Wave Cannon's bleep-bloop modulars and twittering hi-hats are pure robo-funk, but the track's jumpy bassline shows off a sense of adventure derived from braindance. There is also the ghost of a breakbeat in Nullptr's snare programming here, something which lurks in the back of 'Arvanche' later in the tracklisting. Meanwhile the uptempo 'Bit Device' pushes through to the ruminative techno of Virginia's early Ostgut Ton releases.

    Nullptr throws us another curveball in Future World's home straight. The album's title-track closes the record out, and it's a cut which takes us deeper than anything that's come previously. Here Nullptr both lowers the tempo and also does away with drums, leaving the listener with little more than some hanging-garden synth pads and pregnant bassline. It proves to be a hugely atmospheric coda for this delightful album.

    RIYL: Jensen Interceptor, Assembler Code, The Exaltics, Drexciya

    Reviews for This Release:

    Plays 'Chiron' on White Noise #751 - Dave Clarke

  • Nullptr -- A.T. Field

    4:31

    Various ‎– Vol.1
    Analog Concept ‎– ANCPT002
    Vinyl, 12, 33 ⅓ RPM, EP, Stereo , Vinyl Only
    2019, Russia

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    Russian record label, runned by Strange FM
    label@analogconcept.ru

  • Nullptr - AFTRMTH

    4:18

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    Album: AFTRMTH [EP]
    Track: 3 of 6
    Title: AFTRMTH
    Artist: Nullptr
    Label: Central Processing Unit
    Cat#: CPU01000000
    Formats: 12 Vinyl/Digital
    Digital Release: 31st August 2018
    Physical Release: 31st August 2018

    About This Release:

    Modular synthesis wizard Eddie Symons, aka Nullptr [null pointer], lands on CPU with some of the finest laid back analogue electro you will hear post 'Other People Place'. Fans of Cygnus and DMX Krew take note.
    After his debut LP 'Optical' on Detroit Underground, Symons has firmly established himself as a class act to follow. Expect spacey wavetable pads, step sequencer conversations and killer modular bass.

    Reviews for This Release:

    Amazing stuff, this whole EP is all class, cant pick a favourite because they are all killer. - Jensen Interceptor

    This mini album / EP favours the melodic edges of the electro. - DJ Mag

  • Nullptr - Cytron Audio

    3:43

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    Album: Future World [ALBUM]
    Track: 5 of 10
    Title: Cytron
    Artist: Nullptr
    Label: Central Processing Unit
    Cat#: CPU01011000
    Formats: Vinyl LP/Digital
    Digital Release: 3rd July 2020
    Physical Release: 3rd July 2020

    About This Release:

    Two years after debuting on Central Processing Unit with the acclaimed Aftrmth EP, Nullptr returns to the Sheffield label for the release of new full-length album Future World. Nullptr has created a set of perpetual-motion marvels here, wind-'em-up-and-watch-'em-go electro tunes in which synth lines and 808s weave dexterously in and out of one another to form these lovely interlocking patterns.

    Many of the tracks on Future World are anchored by needlegun grooves in the Drexciyan mode. The album's opening number 'Arrowhead', an eerie dystopian-electro take, sets the scene in this regard, and cuts like 'Cytron' and 'Phantom Cell' also have a rugged bump to their low-end - particularly the latter, which features a deliciously nasty bassline drop about halfway in.

    While busybody drum programming persists throughout the album, Nullptr's fondness for washed-out pads means that Future World also provides the listener with space for contemplation. Third track 'Sweet Luna' may be robust enough to do damage on the dancefloor, but its deep chords and relatively muted bassline also push it in the direction of 90s electronica and IDM-techno. 'Sweet Luna' opens the door for many of the subsequent numbers to balance driving beats with wistful textures, and while electro remains Future World's core style the harsh sound of machine-funk is softened throughout by these warm synth tones.

    Rather than playing it safe within the genre's familiar confines, Nullptr instead uses electro as a base from which to incorporate other sounds throughout Future World. 'Wave Cannon's bleep-bloop modulars and twittering hi-hats are pure robo-funk, but the track's jumpy bassline shows off a sense of adventure derived from braindance. There is also the ghost of a breakbeat in Nullptr's snare programming here, something which lurks in the back of 'Arvanche' later in the tracklisting. Meanwhile the uptempo 'Bit Device' pushes through to the ruminative techno of Virginia's early Ostgut Ton releases.

    Nullptr throws us another curveball in Future World's home straight. The album's title-track closes the record out, and it's a cut which takes us deeper than anything that's come previously. Here Nullptr both lowers the tempo and also does away with drums, leaving the listener with little more than some hanging-garden synth pads and pregnant bassline. It proves to be a hugely atmospheric coda for this delightful album.

    RIYL: Jensen Interceptor, Assembler Code, The Exaltics, Drexciya

    Reviews for This Release:

    Plays 'Chiron' on White Noise #751 - Dave Clarke

  • Nullptr - Chiron Audio

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    Album: Future World [ALBUM]
    Track: 9 of 10
    Title: Chiron
    Artist: Nullptr
    Label: Central Processing Unit
    Cat#: CPU01011000
    Formats: Vinyl LP/Digital
    Digital Release: 3rd July 2020
    Physical Release: 3rd July 2020

    About This Release:

    Two years after debuting on Central Processing Unit with the acclaimed Aftrmth EP, Nullptr returns to the Sheffield label for the release of new full-length album Future World. Nullptr has created a set of perpetual-motion marvels here, wind-'em-up-and-watch-'em-go electro tunes in which synth lines and 808s weave dexterously in and out of one another to form these lovely interlocking patterns.

    Many of the tracks on Future World are anchored by needlegun grooves in the Drexciyan mode. The album's opening number 'Arrowhead', an eerie dystopian-electro take, sets the scene in this regard, and cuts like 'Cytron' and 'Phantom Cell' also have a rugged bump to their low-end - particularly the latter, which features a deliciously nasty bassline drop about halfway in.

    While busybody drum programming persists throughout the album, Nullptr's fondness for washed-out pads means that Future World also provides the listener with space for contemplation. Third track 'Sweet Luna' may be robust enough to do damage on the dancefloor, but its deep chords and relatively muted bassline also push it in the direction of 90s electronica and IDM-techno. 'Sweet Luna' opens the door for many of the subsequent numbers to balance driving beats with wistful textures, and while electro remains Future World's core style the harsh sound of machine-funk is softened throughout by these warm synth tones.

    Rather than playing it safe within the genre's familiar confines, Nullptr instead uses electro as a base from which to incorporate other sounds throughout Future World. 'Wave Cannon's bleep-bloop modulars and twittering hi-hats are pure robo-funk, but the track's jumpy bassline shows off a sense of adventure derived from braindance. There is also the ghost of a breakbeat in Nullptr's snare programming here, something which lurks in the back of 'Arvanche' later in the tracklisting. Meanwhile the uptempo 'Bit Device' pushes through to the ruminative techno of Virginia's early Ostgut Ton releases.

    Nullptr throws us another curveball in Future World's home straight. The album's title-track closes the record out, and it's a cut which takes us deeper than anything that's come previously. Here Nullptr both lowers the tempo and also does away with drums, leaving the listener with little more than some hanging-garden synth pads and pregnant bassline. It proves to be a hugely atmospheric coda for this delightful album.

    RIYL: Jensen Interceptor, Assembler Code, The Exaltics, Drexciya

    Reviews for This Release:

    Plays 'Chiron' on White Noise #751 - Dave Clarke

  • Nullptr - Bit Device Future World CPU

    4:00

    forthcoming release from the Nullptr long player Future World on Central Processing Unit
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  • Dimensional Analysis

    3:50

    Dimensional Analysis · Nullptr

    Convergence

    ℗ SolarOneMusic

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  • Nullptr - Cybernoid

    5:02

    Descriptions have gone barmy, slowly working my way through them re-adding info. Happy New Year fml.

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  • Nullptr - LPC-10

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    Album: AFTRMTH [EP]
    Track: 1 of 6
    Title: LPC-10
    Artist: Nullptr
    Label: Central Processing Unit
    Cat#: CPU01000000
    Formats: 12 Vinyl/Digital
    Digital Release: 31st August 2018
    Physical Release: 31st August 2018

    About This Release:

    Modular synthesis wizard Eddie Symons, aka Nullptr [null pointer], lands on CPU with some of the finest laid back analogue electro you will hear post 'Other People Place'. Fans of Cygnus and DMX Krew take note.
    After his debut LP 'Optical' on Detroit Underground, Symons has firmly established himself as a class act to follow. Expect spacey wavetable pads, step sequencer conversations and killer modular bass.

    Reviews for This Release:

    Amazing stuff, this whole EP is all class, cant pick a favourite because they are all killer. - Jensen Interceptor

    This mini album / EP favours the melodic edges of the electro. - DJ Mag

  • Nullptr - Cybernoid BP006

    5:06

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  • Nullptr - Wake Sleep - Fanzine Records 010

    4:40

    Fanzine Records proudly invites Nullptr, the alter ego of Eddie Symons, to the label. We are happy to have him on board to deliver our 10th vinyl release. The Brit has a career that spans over two decades, and he currently heads his own label [d]-tached, while co-promoting Cambridge-based electro night Motherchip Connexion.

    The 5-track project kicks off with EP title sharing doozy ALOPEX. The cut has an underlying dub sound and snappy claps and hits. A futuristic synth comes in that sounds like an emotional robot. It progresses nicely, with a broad range of elements including modulated toms and cymbals, before flipping into a revolving melody and fleeting flicks.

    It is followed up with CN2, and you can feel from the get-go a track with a little more Tabasco sauce. It has a bit more energy and that gutter sound, which is very prevalent. Again, the piece has those snappy electro hits and has this mischievous synth oscillating in the background. The main squeeze here though is the gutter.

    Things seem to lighten up with GeneRec as it is introduced with an ethereal synth with some deep chords. Elements gradually get introduced as a bit more pace is added with the hats. It has subdued electro vibrations and swirling modulations. A bit of a deeper cut, it could be dropped at any early morning rave.

    Before the finale, we have Wake-Sleep which has a very sweet synth hanging over it. It has high pitched keys and bumpy rolling beats. It has modulated plucking's which are nearly akin to an early beastie boys sound, it's texture with aspects being taken in and out.

    Last, but certainly not least, we have HEXQ. This cut has a hallowed synth that floats over the electro elements. It has a bit of everything, tinging hits, gutter vibrations, robotic stabs, and melancholic chords in-between that add a speckle of emotion. The synth gives it a down-tempo feel, but make no mistake, it's a layered production that any electro fan would dig.

  • Wake-Sleep

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  • Nullptr - Mothership

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    Album: AFTRMTH [EP]
    Track: 5 of 6
    Title: Mothership
    Artist: Nullptr
    Label: Central Processing Unit
    Cat#: CPU01000000
    Formats: 12 Vinyl/Digital
    Digital Release: 31st August 2018
    Physical Release: 31st August 2018

    About This Release:

    Modular synthesis wizard Eddie Symons, aka Nullptr [null pointer], lands on CPU with some of the finest laid back analogue electro you will hear post 'Other People Place'. Fans of Cygnus and DMX Krew take note.
    After his debut LP 'Optical' on Detroit Underground, Symons has firmly established himself as a class act to follow. Expect spacey wavetable pads, step sequencer conversations and killer modular bass.

    Reviews for This Release:

    Amazing stuff, this whole EP is all class, cant pick a favourite because they are all killer. - Jensen Interceptor

    This mini album / EP favours the melodic edges of the electro. - DJ Mag

  • Nullptr - ALOPEX // 2019 // Fanzine Records // Electro // Full Album

    23:35

    Nullptr - ALOPEX // 2019 // Fanzine Records // Electro // Full Album

    01. ALOPEX
    02. CN2
    03. GeneRec
    04. Wake-Sleep
    05. HEXQ



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  • Nullptr - Many Worlds Optical

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    9 x MP3 Files released on Detroit Underground 2016

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  • NULLPTR - Bit Device

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  • Nullptr - A.T. Field Analog Concept Vol. 1

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    Nullptr aka Eddie Symons's's latest release on a new Russian label, Analog Concept, without the darkness, there is no light

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  • Nullptr - ALOPEX - Fanzine Records 010

    5:28

    Fanzine Records proudly invites Nullptr, the alter ego of Eddie Symons, to the label. We are happy to have him on board to deliver our 10th vinyl release. The Brit has a career that spans over two decades, and he currently heads his own label [d]-tached, while co-promoting Cambridge-based electro night Motherchip Connexion.

    The 5-track project kicks off with EP title sharing doozy ALOPEX. The cut has an underlying dub sound and snappy claps and hits. A futuristic synth comes in that sounds like an emotional robot. It progresses nicely, with a broad range of elements including modulated toms and cymbals, before flipping into a revolving melody and fleeting flicks.

    It is followed up with CN2, and you can feel from the get-go a track with a little more Tabasco sauce. It has a bit more energy and that gutter sound, which is very prevalent. Again, the piece has those snappy electro hits and has this mischievous synth oscillating in the background. The main squeeze here though is the gutter.

    Things seem to lighten up with GeneRec as it is introduced with an ethereal synth with some deep chords. Elements gradually get introduced as a bit more pace is added with the hats. It has subdued electro vibrations and swirling modulations. A bit of a deeper cut, it could be dropped at any early morning rave.

    Before the finale, we have Wake-Sleep which has a very sweet synth hanging over it. It has high pitched keys and bumpy rolling beats. It has modulated plucking's which are nearly akin to an early beastie boys sound, it's texture with aspects being taken in and out.

    Last, but certainly not least, we have HEXQ. This cut has a hallowed synth that floats over the electro elements. It has a bit of everything, tinging hits, gutter vibrations, robotic stabs, and melancholic chords in-between that add a speckle of emotion. The synth gives it a down-tempo feel, but make no mistake, it's a layered production that any electro fan would dig.

  • Nullptr - Polytopes

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    Vinyl, 12 released on Central Processing Unit ‎[01000000] 31 Aug 2018

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    ALOPEX EP

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  • Cybernoid

    5:02

    Cybernoid · Nullptr

    Convergence

    ℗ SolarOneMusic

    Released on: 2019-05-27

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    Nullptr - Convergence // 2019 // Between Places // Electro/Techno // Full Album

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  • Nullptr -- Sciera

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    Various - ELECTRIC ECLECTICS
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    Box Set, Limited Edition, Numbered, Stereo
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  • Nullptr - Wave Cannon - Future World - Central Processing Unit

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    Fanzine Records proudly invites Nullptr, the alter ego of Eddie Symons, to the label. We are happy to have him on board to deliver our 10th vinyl release. The Brit has a career that spans over two decades, and he currently heads his own label [d]-tached, while co-promoting Cambridge-based electro night Motherchip Connexion.

    The 5-track project kicks off with EP title sharing doozy ALOPEX. The cut has an underlying dub sound and snappy claps and hits. A futuristic synth comes in that sounds like an emotional robot. It progresses nicely, with a broad range of elements including modulated toms and cymbals, before flipping into a revolving melody and fleeting flicks.

    It is followed up with CN2, and you can feel from the get-go a track with a little more Tabasco sauce. It has a bit more energy and that gutter sound, which is very prevalent. Again, the piece has those snappy electro hits and has this mischievous synth oscillating in the background. The main squeeze here though is the gutter.

    Things seem to lighten up with GeneRec as it is introduced with an ethereal synth with some deep chords. Elements gradually get introduced as a bit more pace is added with the hats. It has subdued electro vibrations and swirling modulations. A bit of a deeper cut, it could be dropped at any early morning rave.

    Before the finale, we have Wake-Sleep which has a very sweet synth hanging over it. It has high pitched keys and bumpy rolling beats. It has modulated plucking's which are nearly akin to an early beastie boys sound, it's texture with aspects being taken in and out.

    Last, but certainly not least, we have HEXQ. This cut has a hallowed synth that floats over the electro elements. It has a bit of everything, tinging hits, gutter vibrations, robotic stabs, and melancholic chords in-between that add a speckle of emotion. The synth gives it a down-tempo feel, but make no mistake, it's a layered production that any electro fan would dig.

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