New weapon in our digital army this time provided by Aine veteran Endplate. This spanish producer is one the hidden treasures of local underground scene, and his skills in the studio are nothing but awesome. We have teamed up with him for this extended Ep made of six scientific techno tracks, well seasoned, carefully crafted and timeless.
Promotion is an obsessive track, with a detailed structure built with a few fundamental elements that come and go wisely in the arrangement.
Tired from Early shows electric tension from the beginning, with sub frequencies boosting the air while continuous synth lines and digital percussions lie on top. Again a multi layered intelligently arranged tool.
At school remids us the best minimal synth works from the likes of Mike Parker, dubbed out delayed lines, subtle kicks and a lot of liquidness.
Gemini goes into solid territories with percussive elements as starring, white noise washes, delayed lines and complexity.
They call it a mine is a pure drill, distorsion, obsessive broken drums and drones in an industrial floor destroyer.
Alteration of the order removes any superficial element and keeps the pace with heavy sub bass action and resonant sweep, and excelent track for building up a set.
A complex and mature work that shows techno is not just teenage noise and social media posts, is also about real music.