Krill Music Habitat VA Part V comes armed with 4 original cuts. Carefully curated to create a breadth of styles whilst maintaing a sense of cohesion, with a thin thread running throughout - in the form of hypnotism and unease. Its been nearly 5 years since Krill Music embarked on its maiden voyage, and in that time has managed to accumulate quite the accolade of heavy weight artists. Providing a platform for ever relevant luminaries, such as Pfirter, Thomas Hessler, Charlton and the rogue-techno-mercenary Stanislav Tolkachev- the Argentinian/Norwegian outpost has garnered quite the momentum in just half a decade.
Ilario Alicante’s “Distanza” hits the ground running with tight drum programming, cavernous synth-work; all the while maintaining the Italian’s grasp of making the most of the minimal. Herman Gonzalez turns up the heat with his rendition of ‘Before Close’ for Krill. An impatient hook teamed with a high energy vocal stab make this cut perfect for some peak time abuse.
As far as the aforementioned ‘thread’ is concerned, Hector Oaks’ “A Chance To Dreariness” is where the theme seems ever apparent. Dread paired with a sense of impending doom can be derived by the primary synth loop, while choice percussion drive the track to a surge of urgency. Christian Tilt rounds things off nicely. ‘Force’ brings with it a welcomed taste of grit, relying on non-linear accents keep things fresh and ballistic.
[Releasenote from Label]