David Carretta – Nuit Panic [BSR032]

David Carretta is the author of a modern techno that paradoxically draws its roots in the best of the 1980s. On Nuit Panic, his first solo album for ten years, the incisive and hypnotic melodies of “Face” and “Prince of the Cook”, interpreted by David, or “Dark Candies” sung by the Berlin artist Aga Wilk, evoke his obsession for disco italo and the seductive tones of the synth-pop of New Order or Depeche Mode. The martial beats and hypnotic synth lines of “Come Here Come Down”, “Destination love” or “In case of emergency”, recall the sound of the cold and percussive electronics of the EBM, a music nourished by the nihilism of punk and the metallic sounds of the industrial current, which had then invented Front 242 or Nitzer Ebb.


David Carretta – Nuit Panic [BSR032]

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