“Forty Six Knobs Machine” Launches Nikita Zabelin’s Label

Unbroken Dub marks the first release on imprint Resonance Moscow.

New album “Forty Six Knobs Machine” is a continuation of Unbroken Dub’s bold experiments with analogue gear and composition, this time based on a Soviet synthesizer Rokton. Starting with the cosmic warbles of Lullaby Arp, it becomes even more serious, deep and acidic in RX303 and Factory Presets Improvisation heating up the space. 

This record is the first release on Nikita Zabelin's label, Resonance Moscow, which grew out of the techno community of producers from the Ural region, now aiming for international recognition by demonstrating the power and individuality of Russia’s techno scene.

Unbroken Dub is the stage name of Denis Safiullin, a member of the Hot Wax collective. From the industrial city of Tyumen, he has been producing cold, minimalistic techno by experimenting with analogue synths and varied sampling techniques. His passion and dedication to the sound brought him to Montreal’s Red Bull Academy last summer.