The various EP opens with V9843 from Heath Brunner aka Silicon, previously released on the “There Was a Day” white label on V-max records and is a driving melodic techno classic. Next up there’s Manic (Maana Mix) by Erotek, doing what he does best with a ghetto electro beat. On the flipside there’s “Paradox”, an old archival track by Orland Voorn reminiscent of his earlier techno works from the 90s. Eoism close the EP with “Floaters”, a mellow electro track in the vein of the artists previous output on our label.
Making a surprise addition to Len Faki’s respected Figure imprint is the enigmatic Icelandic techno legend Exos with the Alien Eyes EP. He’s built up a reputation over the years for his skillful and diverse executions of techno, and is quite the expert at cavernous dub techno (much like his father Octal) on the sinister locomotive groove of “Pulp”, followed by the hypnotic tunnel vision of the title track and the mentalist depth charged weapon “Changing Planets” which is perfect for trancing out under the strobe light.