Heavyweight cargo, wrong shipping adress, delivered without demand. FRACHTØ1 is the very various artists EP on Lunatic, ticking all the boxes that lead through the past releases. Tracks that represent the numerous ways of todays saturated society’s struggle expecting a dark future‘s prophecy. Roberto Auser allows no introduction time with his dystopian “Neturality” system. CVBOX‘s air cargo sets a hard contrast with as lightly bleeping as confusing “Wingwalking”. Walk on with Credit 00 who shows who you really “Wanna B”, just before all dark matter fuse on the ipside of reality: Hayter’s voice is the oracle for the street: “Sooner Or Later” all pain ows together “In Den Hochofen Des Schmerzes” of the Iron Ore.
Transmission incoming. ‚A Shattered Frame‘ is the follow-up to En Direct‘s 2018 debut. It contains five tracks of dark and weird origins, equally split between the obscure and the danceable.
Lunatic is back, after an almost three year hiatus, they arise and bring ua the five track debut EP of En Direct. A true beacon for those who know and care. Five tracks of inbetween stuff: dark, bright and sincere.
With this straight electro EP the longtime connection between Stilleben’s own Luke Eargoggle and Lunatic became manifest. The innovator and his friends Kan3da and Weltwirtschaft bring four various and origin tracks that are kept together through the typical Stilleben sound, packed in a carefully screenprinted, Lunatic jacket. The producers show again their talent for bringing musical devices in harmonics and arrangement together with innovative ideas in this classic genre. Each track has its own, different moment on the dancefloor – pushing forward with Icelandic Lady and the remix of Ocean Movers the record delays with the deep meandering Die Ganze Welt on the b-side. Finally the remix of Jennifer Touch’s Astra with it’s disco-attitude reminds of their wide spectrum like shown in Eargoggle’s Monkeyshop project or Kan3da’s former release on AC Records.
The Leipzig-based label Lunatic return with this new EP by Sneaker. The artist also known as Dunkeltier and spotted in the past on Uncanny Valley, Ratlife and Macadam Mambo, signs here three tracks of moody leftfield techno/electro with a hint of cold wave.