Patrick begins with his techno bomb “Tooth N Nail”, a track that showcases a heavy Detroit influence with smooth synth work reminiscent of productions from Robert Hood and Carl Craig. Midway through the track, Patrick keeps us guessing with a wobbly synth line that adds playfulness to an otherwise straightforward, moody journey. An understated use of serene female whispers throughout gives this tracks techno classicism a fresh sound. Next Patrick gives us “DaVinches”, a chugging tech-house track that pairs a deep, buoyant bass line with a tight, resonant kick, giving it a dynamic groove. Patricks tight percussion work keeps things moving with its rims, clicks, and ticks set against a spooky, playful melody that energizes and propels the track to its finish. Fans of Guido Schneider won’t want to miss this one! On the flip, NYC’s Elon of Clink Recordings fame, and a newcomer to Klectik, takes on remix duties with a minimal techno take on Patrick’s “Tooth N Nail”. Elons version is a pulsating, stripped down mind-bender marked by sub-bass and the sporadic clangs of raw machinery — sexy! This remix maintains the smooth character of Patricks original in melodic sensibility, but stands on its own via sparse rhythmic patterns resulting in a deeper, moodier treatment.