Ciężkie hiszpańskie analogowe techno dla fanów starego Downwards. Porządne didżejskie narzędzia dla didżejów i tancerzy, którzy potrzebują wyczyścić sobie głowę i zanurzyć się w dźwięku.
In these turbulent times we have managed to release six pieces of wax to date.This is something to be proud of, and of course we are. For this sixth slice of plastic we have Kalter Ende on board and it’s a real pleasure. From his bunker hidden somewhere in the middle of the peninsula, he runs his label Concerns Music and his mastering studio Reborn. On the production side he has lately gone into modular, and you can clearly feel the machines in his productions and in his amazing live act. For this release he has cooked up five cuts of modern and complex techno, carefully crafted, nothing easy or predictable. Mujo, the opening track, is a clear example. Jōshahissui follows slow paced grooves, crispy analogue percussion, linear hypnotic sequences and a wise and dynamic arrangement. You can feel the circuits singing in this one. Sengoku introduces distortion and harshness, a diffused kick drum and processed synth lines running together from the beginning until flanged sequences come on top, a weird marriage of overdrive and deepness. Closing the release, Senran explores the profound side of techno, clear synthetic drums, liquid synths, elastic bleeps, again on a complex and wise arrangement. As digital bonus we include the track Ran, again a precise electronic workout made of continuous synth lines and sharp rhythms. Five timeless pieces of danceable electronic music, away from trends, far from the easiness, done by professionals for professionals. Touchable, collectable and physical as every piece of vinyl is.