The talented producer, Cardopusher joins the Dalmata Daniel roster. Venezuelan born and now Barcelona based Luis Garban has a career deeply rooted in the breakcore scene. Leaving his early sound behind he gravitated towards classic club genres like house and techno. His offering for Dalmata Daniel, the ”Flesh Impact” EP is a collection of his best Acid-EBM oriented jams backed by a stellar techno body remix from the German Schwefelgelb duo.
DJ Overdose is back on Hungarian label Dalmata Daniel, this time sharing a record with a local old-school legend, Sematic4. Both sides are full of great tunes of hard-hitting electro, but both are a bit different in mood and sounds.
Dalmata Daniel continue their work with the 7th release in the main flow, and this time they assigned the new experiment to the Teslasonic lab. In this research, Teslasonic examined the case of ‘Quantum Paradox’ with the help of another well-known scientist: The Hacker.
Dalmata Daniel’s next up is a collaboration with the Bristol-born – weirdo disco guy’ Antoni Maiovvi and also a contribution of Heinrich Dressel who is an unavoidable column of Rome’s electronic music scene. Maiovvi’s Pleasure Model project is all about youth – replaced by Blade Runner-esque replicas. It aimed for presenting a persuasive world of fiber optic paranoia and technoid effacement. The tracks are driven by the characteristic haggard drum machine’s sound on side A with a melancholic or dark synth themes what becomes a dreamy melody in the – Prism Riot’ on side B. The remix by Heinrich Dressel is a turn back directly into the darkness, but it is faster and more like a film soundtrack with his own characteristics, of course. The whole EP has a strong vintage mood and sound.
On its third vinyl release Dalmata Daniel presents five originals of J.Mono with an additional remix made by DJ Overdose. Hailing from East-Central Hungary’s small town Lajosmizse, Lori Keresztes is the introverted songcrafter-synthjammer mastermind of the Budapest based underground favourite Wedding Acid Group trio. As J.Mono he stands alone leaning on his machines, making way for his internal world, heart and soul. His first solo release Zzz is troubled and playful at the same time, with moments of electro-acid vibes and post-wave-italo sensibility, tracks that are wonderfully dark even with a light shade of ebm or just softly layered ambient melancholic technoids that make us all the children of Aphex Twin’s SAW 85-92 for three minutes.