Dreamy yet firm analog techno tracks.
Dreamy yet firm analog techno tracks.
Italian artist Fabio Monesi has been busy these years working hard in the studio while also running the Wilson Records label among his other production projects. Here we get three tracks of no nonsense party jams sure to burn the floor. From Acid Storm to Palladium, all bases are covered on this ep with big basslines, punching acid and well placed samples chopped just right for you and all your dj needs.
Voiski heads East making his debut on the CCCP sub-label. We are treated to classic Voiski material here- all the elements he excelled at on his previous efforts all present-massive drum programming, huge basslines and epic builds carry the songs along. 100 percent guaranteed club approved and essential for any Voiski fan.
Smooth yet dusty and rusty retro house on offer here from D.K. aka 45 ACP on L.I.E.S. offshoot Russian Torrent Versions. Taking an interesting change in direction from its usual choice of banging peak time techno tools. Also worth mentioning his album “Change Of Tone” was also released this year on the former. All the tracks on this release here sounding reminiscent of early nineties school Chicago house and all in rather convincing fashion.
Bookworms and Max Ravitz aka Patricia team up as Pulpo and givimg you some dusty Brooklyn haze. While it may be challenging for most dancefloors, the guts and murk of these tracks are sure to get you in the proper headspace for a night sinking deep into the couch.
Slugbug offers up a four track ep for the Russian Torrent label. While the title track is a massive electro cut sure to scorch floors. The three remaining cuts explore more tense and moody territories that explore more industrial and downtrodden house vibes that wouldn’t be out of place at Medusa’s back in the day.
Svengalisghost makes his eagerly anticipated return to wax after spending the better part of last year, crushing gigs throughout Europe with his high impact live set. On this slab we get four tracks of industrial strength machine electronics put through the filter of the Chicago native….equal parts EBM and dare we say half time techno. This EP drives and hits hard as only the energy king knows how.
Steve Summers makes his debut on the shady Russian Torrent Versions imprint with a massive three tracker. Melodic, melancholy, and jackin this dusty platter will get you into the zone and is a welcome return of Mr. Summers to the floor. Heavy, rockin and rugged.
Three more from Karlist who brings it down a notch showing other sides of his production… but then the harsh techno assault continues.
Randomer aka Rohan Walder on the Russian Torrent Versions. Of the three productions, lead cut “Side Crack Lung” is the one the more adventurous selectors will gravitate towards, with a complement of vocal samples and degraded synth lines getting racketed around the channels by a tunnelling gutter techno rhythm. “Fun In The Sun” is pure screwface techno whilst the delicate sounding “Odd” ends matters on a suitably strange note.
Domenico Crisci with some rattling banging dark place trax on Russian Torrent Version 9.
Version 8 is by unknown producer Persons of Interest. A side has blissful strings and edgy drum programming, on the flip quirky basement techno bizz
Four tracks of gritty club ammo straight outta the East side torrents… from bleep era warehouse vibes to sweaty dub to all out jak madness.
Blistering uptempo techno tracks for the floor from this previously unknown artist. Sure to resonate with the freaks and drug heads.
Latest installment of the limited series from the home of Ivan Drago. This one sees another split with Beau Wanzer back at the helm controlling the a-side with more heavy handed beat tracks made for mixing, while the b-side is a very nasty warehouse techno beast by NJB.
Strange collaborative effort between Florian Kupfer and Brooklyn’s 51717.
The fourth CCCP teams up Vereker with Florian Kupfer. Be fast, as this one will not last for long.
3rd in this nasty little series of self flipped hits.
After totally missing the incredible CCCP 01, we are happy to have finally tracked down some of this illusive heat.. get it quick. blistering tracks from Chicago’s Beau Wanzer and Svengalisghost.