2015 repress!! ultraphat pumpin and groovin two track vinyl... a side track glacial valley is a pure techno monster while >clearings< on a flipside comes with a moody deep house feel as we like it. true decks tipp !!!
russ gabriel is the owner of ferox and a techno legend in his own right. with releases on his own label as well some of the worlds best techno labels such as planet e, djax-up-beats and soma. we first welcomed russ to pariter with the release of ferox classics, bringing back some long forgotten ferox tracks for a reminder of just how good techno can sound.
this release shows the gratitude to one of the legendary labels and techno artists, ferox and label owner russ gabriel. the first release on this highly influential label was back in 1993. after listening to the infamous mixmag cd by richie hawtin, pariter label owner yossi amoyal was hypnotised by the way these ferox records sounded. ferox was one of the first uk techno labels. their sound was inspired by detroit techno but what they created was something completly new
the first release on the new sushitech sub division pariter. produced by alejandro lopez (minimise) who hails from gijon in northern spain. alejandros first meeting with electronic music was in the mid 90s when he started listening to detroit techno and chicago house. this is where alejandro has taken his influences from to compose his own music. this ep holds 3 incredible techno tunes. on the a side you will find poligono, using a dark twisting melody over immense techno beats all tied together with a bassline that is sure to sound fat on any big sound system. this track sounds better and better every time we play it! on the flip side you will find another 2 great tracks, bigudi is another big techno tune with a driving bassline and vocal cuts all fused together with an amazing rhythm. this tune is definitely in the right direction of where techno is going in the world today! the last track on the ep estaferia continues on with the groove of the ep with some lush programming. let the music do the talking