Prześliczne, najprawdziwsze Detroit techno z 1993 na labelu Miss Djax. Co za stopa! Co za bassline'y! I te migotające staby. Chcemy lecieć na tę planetę teraz.
In the earliest days of his near three-decade career, Norwegian veteran Bjorn Torske released some rather fine Detroit and Sheffield-influenced techno on DJax-Up Beats, initially alongside Ole Mjos, as Ismistik. "3rd Trace", which was originally released way back in 1993, may well be Torske and Mjos's most potent and alluring release of all. Check first the galloping, sci-fi-fired Motor City tech-funk of "Resync", before focusing on the weighty, bleep-laden surge of "Option Bass", a kind of Norwegian take on Yorkshire Bleep & Bass. "Moonspace" is a brilliant tribute to Derrick May's mid-to-late '90s Transmat sound, while "Linked Modules" is altogether deeper and dreamier, with the pair - now Norwegian scene legends - peppering a tactile techno groove with bright and breezy melodies. In a word: essential.