supported by: ben klock, marcel dettmann, ryan elliot, derrick may, cassy, rhadoo, zip, sven väth, pedro, raresh, dana ruh, davide squillace, radio slave, vera, dorian paic, spencer parker, tato,..edec is back to deliver a second offering of floor destroyers. this ep combines the forces of jon hester and the remix skills of dvs1, two purveyors of rhythm hailing from the hidden techno gem of minneapolis, usa. shouts in the dark (original mix) tough concrete beats pump the speakers with urgent rhythm to get pulses pounding. a danceable jack vibe permeates a punchy kick and ricochet percussion, with building pressure in undercurrent noise setting up a strong break. shouts slice through the percussion to make this an upbeat techno burner. shouts in the dark (dvs1 found the light mix) by adding some moody synths, noise, and reducing the percussion, dvs1 (transmat, klockworks) lifts this interpretation into beams of light. no more words to speak as bright versions of the original sounds weave their way into a tight groove under smooth, shimmering synth waves, punctuated by sharpened claps. shouts in the dark (dvs1 lost in the dark mix) dvs1s darker interpretation strips back to sparse synths, snapping highs, a deep kick, and pushed into the shadows.