Boomkat Product Review:
Well, we truly have been blessed this year with some new classic emissions from the Berlin techno epicentre and here's yet another set of tracks reminding us just why this music has us all so rapt, week in week out and so shamelessly addicted. Killer squashed techno, music for underground spaces and resonant chambers, apparently sourcing from two shadowy associates of the mighty Tresor, appropriately enough. After some deliciously spooked soundscaping on the intro, one rude assed rhythm just lands squarely dead centre, as huge warehouse ready sounds are allowed to interfere and then amplify the drive and flow of this truly large piece. Drop the needle on the b side and instantly fond memories of classic Dynamo productions spring to mind, not that this is the work of the Erosion maestro, but still the level of production is right up there - dirty, militant techno with bass capable of dismantling buildings, The second cut is crispier and royally crushed, a wicked track for cutting up - all round essential purchase.