Boomkat Product Review:
Raw and rudimentary electro-techno from Moustache Records player and Rotterdam stalwart Mark Du Mosch appearing on the excellent Syncom Data imprint. In the fine tradition of his fellow townsfolk Syncom Data or the Bunker crew Mark Du Mosch makes freaky driving techno tracks with a very sinister edge. The track title for 'Overload' refers to the nastily overdriven bassline and generally claustrophobic feel of the opening cut, while 'Genesis' is a damn fine techno tripper with droning synthlines and a properly dark warehouse aesthetic. In it's own freaky way 'Summer Breeze' could almost pass as some kind of soulful house track with the light jazzing keys and raw Chicago rhythms, but it's so obviously tainted with something darker that only certain heads will truly get it. 'In The clouds' follows with a deeply tripped yet lush analog workout, while 'First Flight' cuts loose from its rhythmic harness and dives deep into a gaseous swamp of Klaus Schulze or Cluster styled synthlines coaxed from his collection of vintage analog hardware. Great stuff, check!