abstract division comes to the labrynth records with a magnificant squeeky techno release. with arpy sounds and rolling beats this is one for the dancefloors. this pack also contains some top notch remix works.
james ruskin is considered a veteran producer these days, after co-founding blueprint records in 1996 with richard polson, and releasing a string of classics on blueprint, meta and tresor labels to name but a few. 2009 saw ruskin re-invent his sound, a far deeper bass driven aesthetic, with killer releases on sandwell district, token and the newly reformed blueprint imprint.
with recent releases on emergence and token, grovskopa debuts for labrynth and hits the floor hard with treacher collins . re-processed percussion and rolling low end seem to cause sensory overload at every turn. the perfect floor tool. aa/ balamber sees grovskopa maintain the industrial focus, but heads further into darkness and despair. driving forwards relentlessly, a rolling sea of bass and mechanical abrasive tones force us to move and dance! b/ trademark michaelangelo sounds here on the 4/4, reminiscent of some of the mid 90 s synewave recs releases. sirius carves into an immense sonic landscape. chaotic and crackling high frequencies modulate and break up over our heads, while monotone subs meander and bounce with the kick. big room techno. big sound. quality. bb/ massive offbeat techno from telesthesia, a collaboration between michaelangelo & coefficient. complex rhythms continually weave throughout the track. the journey deconstructs and falls into darkness, re-emerging again into precision synths and digital modulations
shifting reality is marked by the unique trademark of the advent. this ep has 2 bombastic tracks. the advent s track, tech urbana has an infectious groove which will rock any dance floor on planet earth and beyond. michaelangelo s track, doors of perception is a dark offbeat track layered with tribal rhythms weaving around a modulating filtered synth crescendo...