Nick Sinna has been on the radar lately with his debut release for Prime Numbers “PN 13”. Sticking to the dark corners of the dance floor as of late, the label has commissioned the spaced out bass child, Conforce and Spectral’s secret weapon, James T Cotton to add their touch with edits on 2 of the tracks. Conforce takes Sinna’s “Real Time” further down the worm hole, adding molten pressure to the percussion, and cutting up the vocal to reinforce “time seems to feel more slow”; while the acid warrior himself, James T Cotton stays true to his roots on his rework of “Voyager”, taking the edge off the snap and slicking the groove down to a more deep, melodic trip.
New label by Ben Sims and Kirk Degiorgio. Entitled, appropriately enough, Machine, the EP sees Degiorgio deliver the deep melodicism of “Machine Theme”, while Sims contributes one of his typically twisted productions in the shape of “Metal Works”, an alienating slice of prickly techno. To round it off, Sims remixes “Machine Theme”, concentrating on a tough 909 rhythm.
This is the 4th Black Catalogue release. “Through The Galaxies” was originally released on the ‘Modern Underground Music’ sampler. This version is a full release with remixes by both Lucy from Stroboscopic and Shigeto from Ghostly.