In 2001, techno producer Shinichi Atobe issued the Ship-Scope EP, the 34th of String Reaction’s 35 12″ releases. It appeared that December with reduced fanfare, as was regular for the Berlin-based label, however the monitors “Plug and Hold off” and “The Crimson Line” were ultimately recognized to be among dub techno’s best tier. Demand was higher than source. Copies eventually transformed hands for triple-digit U.S. money quantities. Atobe wasn’t noticed from once again until 2014, after Demdike Stare’s Mls Whittaker and Sean Canty monitored him down and attained a variety of materials that they designed into an record, Butterfly Effect, that they eventually released through Demdike Stare. Compact disk, vinyl fabric, and digital download editions had been made available. The next calendar year, the duo acquired a remastered release of Ship-Scope released on 12″ and cassette, so that as an electronic download.