hide your kids! ghost in the machine is back and fully intent on setting fire to your pants with yet another quartet of their unique brand of techno. itís all really dark, heavy and pounding, yet you somehow really seem to like it. itís basically more of the same, which is great. the only real difference with their previous eps is that this one is pressed on blue vinyl.
disclaimer: digital copies may not all be the same shade of blue.
ghost in the machine return to perc trax to follow up their break out one louder ep that came out on the label last summer. since then they ve been focusing on their own genosha basic label, touring to great acclaim around europe and remixing perc & trussí ďleather & laceĒ, turning an already large track into a peak-time festival munching bomb. across the four tracks on their king dead they widen their sound, floating synth arpeggios over their trademark rock solid kicks and adding a deeper level of ambience that lurks with intent underneath their driving percussive sound.
2018 white vinyl repress incoming!
genosha basic artists, ghost in the machine make their perc trax debut! full picture sleeve perc trax returns to the dance floor after the political firestorm that was perc s bitter music with the debut release on the label from the netherland s ghost in the machine. the perc and therefore perc trax name stems from the word percussion and these three drum-focused tracks sum up the label s name perfectly. rarely appearing away from their own genosha basic imprint this ep hits as hard as anything on perc trax in recent years and along with recent releases from ansome and scalameriya ushers in a new wave of artists and a distinct new chapter in the perc trax story. the holy grill commands the whole of the a-side and charges forward until a reese led breakdown gives you a moment to pause for breath. the b-side contains two percussive workouts that have enough movement and development to them to elevate them above simple drum tools. as b2 track pskdt s locked groove loops endlessly (a first for perc trax), it is clear this ep is a hard-hitting statement of intent from a duo you should be hearing a lot more on perc trax in the near future.
ghost in the machine is back with a record thatís even newer than their previous one! three extremely detailed and hard-hitting percussion-heavy techno workouts are rounded out by an extremely detailed and slightly less hard-hitting percussionheavy techno workout that goes straight for the grundle. also recommended for women and children.
this is the third release on the fledgling genosha basic label. ghost in the machine is back to serve up four dark and brooding industrial techno dance floor destroyers that are guaranteed to mess with your sensibilities. this recordís got everything: huge intros, huger kickdrums, hugerer breakdowns and cute little hi-hats. itís a winner.
ghost in the machine returns to continue their adventures in the world of acidfueled industrial techno. this shiny white 12Ē sees them further exploring, stretching, establishing and reestablishing the boundaries of their own sound. dirtier kicks, cleaner kicks, deeper kicks, techier techno and even more acidic acid. they actually managed to sneak a track on here that doesnít use a 303. a very bold move which will undoubtedly have farreaching consequences for the future of future dance music. recommended if you like buying records.
dynamic dj/producer duo ghost in the maschine serve up the first release on this new label. all four tracks on their introductory eternal flaming ep harken back to the good old days of dark, dirty, pounding, stroboscopic abondoned warehouse acid. modern production sorcery has made it possible to deliver this sound to you as youíve never experienced it before. highly recommended if you like hard acid or dancing!
perc & trussí statement of rave intent ďleather & laceĒ returns when you least expected it, this time in the form of three new remixes from an all-star cast of producers. leading the charge are perc traxís breakout starts of last year ghost in the machine who build upon their trademark kick drum volley with reese basslines, swearing pads and a stretched out arrangement that showcases all that they are capable of. flip it over and tectonic main man pinch takes a different approach with his uniquely bristolian take on techno, featuring everything from primitive computer bleeps to the kind of broken rhythms he and his label are known for. closing things off is the wildcard of the set as mumdance and logos step away from their weightless sound to serve up a tough, acid driven take that nods itís head to the classic sounds of bonzai and eye-q.