12" Vinyl BE
Early Support From Luke Slater, Cassegrain, James Ruskin, Dvsz1, Kr!z
Early support from Ben Sims, DVS1, Len Faki, Luke Slater, Peggy Gou, Dave Clarke, Marcel Dettmann, Or:la, James Ruskin, Steve Rachmad, Freddy K, Zadig, Dasha Rush a.m.m.
Belgian native Border One returns to Wolfskuil Records for his second EP. Steven Petit has build a solid reputation for himself as an pure and talented techno producer in just a few years. His music has been rinsed by the who’s who on the circuit. On the Insight EP he offers 4 distinct, diverse but intrically linked cuts in which his modular driven sound reached his full potential.
The EP kicks off with Moon, a relentless tune with a simple but catchy hook and minimalistic shuffling drum patterns that will drive any floor into a frenzy. Phantasmal takes things down a notch with a bleepy affair and thumping kickdrums.
On the flip the title track Insight take things up a notch using the main theme as a sonic elastic, fading in and out without ever reaching an ultimate climax. It’s the understated use of just a few elements, that make it hightly addictive. The twelve finds it’s epic closer in Sakebi. Beautiful dark string chords create an emotional undertone like the sometimes traumatic transition from the night into the day.
early support from
Dave Clarke: Moon is a great track
Luke Slater: track 1 full support from me
Cassegrain: Always enjoy Border One stuff! Thanks again, excellent
Len Faki: fantastic ep - hard to say which one (s) i am going to play! thX LF
Kangding Ray: Very cool EP
Peggy Gou: cool
James Ruskin: Insight for me....Thanks!!!
Kr!z: full support, been playing moon & insight for a while [info from Label]