A1) Sept opens up the EP with the powerful track /'82Chaos Collider/'91. A greasy bassline with a punchy kick connects perfectly with an accompany of delayed vocal loops and dynamically working percussions. All this turns the track into a serious dancefloor weapon.
A2) The second track is a subjective vision of the title track mixed by Setaoc Mass. Mysterious and atmospheric sounds with a well compressed kick and groovy drums - that is what we call the signature style of Manchester born uprising star.
B1) Putting on the B-side you will find an original production by Sept. Stomping kick, eerie sounds and a LFOed main lead - that is what makes Sin Area a good choice for peak time hours.
B2) For the final track on this release, the Berlin based label welcomes Stroboscopic Artefact/'92s Pfirter. His massive off beat interpretation, filled with arcane sounds is dedicated to the challenging music lovers.