Swedish acid producer Etcher makes their debut on Posthuman’s I Love Acid series. Three sublime cuts of analogue hardware-led deep acid house & electro, plus a woozy ambient piece to finish the EP.
With a fleshy mix of acid and electro cuts from Sync 24, Privacy, Luke Eargoggle, Etcher and -=UHU=-, Berlin’s longstanding machine-driven music collective, Mechatronica, forcefully unites the classic and new sound on their first record release. A first-ever collaboration between established electro commanders Luke Eargoggle and Sync 24 opens the record in toxic floor buming fashion, followed by a cold and tightly programmed electro journey by -=UHU=-, blending the mechanic and the monotone in a comment on today’s relationship between machine and man.
Etcher’s back on Abstract Acid and he’s on fire.
Pastamusik present Corrosive Days a Acid-Bass 4-Tracker by Etcher. The title track Corrosive Days deals with the consistent depletion of time at every single day. No matter what happens, at the end the time is irrecoverable gone und the process start all over again. In Wormway we dive underneath the earth, into the myriads of tunnels created by our little flat mates during their ever- lasting travels through the ground. On the B-Side we first get electronically sedated Sedition and then converted into steam Vapor People to finally float away like little clouds. With Corrosive Days, Etcher submitted a terrific homogeneous and timeless interpretation of classic Roland-Productions and successfully avoids to sound frumpy or worn-out.
Flowing acidic lava from new Abstract Acid discovery, Etcher, who we have absolutely no prior knowledge of, but this matters not as this is solid acid-techno through-and-through, reminiscent perhaps of an early nineties European sound, which of course we favour greatly here at Interstellar HQ. Quite simply really, really good acid.
Abstract Acid presents a super-tasty acid collection with cuts from our Elec Pt.1, Etcher, Crime Scene and Takeshi Kouzuki. Splendid sounds for the oldschool heads.