Thursday, September 01, 2005

solaris sept 2005 techno

Techno DJ and Producer Solaris is back again pushing the sounds to those in the world that need it most. These are some of his favorite tracks that have pushed their way into his mind this month. Always looking for a way to expand your horizons, in the techno world, check out these tracks and reviews.

Mouseville - Cirez D - MOUSE001RMX
Leave it to great purveyors of the techno genre to go and do something so nice! Words cant even describe what Beyer and Henrik B. were up to or thinking but I have to say that this is a piece of gold electro elements with the techno attitude! The flip side has a nice builder while keeping the electro tip. A must have for any club. This will get them swinging off their seats!

Gigamusic – Nova - GIGA06
This reminds me of another record I have. Nice and spacey with it feeling almost Goa-like. This has the very minimal Detroit feel that kept me going when I first started. Like they say it is what dreams are made of! Keep in mind that this is still techno and with it comes some precautions: first do not lift or operate heavy machinery while listening to this wax. Adverse effects have been reported to be, vertigo, loss of appetite, and a sudden urge to play with metal objects. Signs and symptoms may vary, please consult a physician before purchasing or owning this piece of wax. But by all means get it you wanker!

F & L – The Brothers Of Mercy - FL001
As if the sisters of mercy weren’t good enough! Here is yet another remix for them. This one has less vocals and an electro feel. Very clubby and chewy. I like that ever lasting gum that keeps its flavor and you have it right here! Keep gnawing at it. I have a feeling that you too will come to realize that this one is a keeper. The A side is a bit more rugged and will get you going on any endeavor. More minimal than you would think, but there is a lot to be said for that space between the sounds.

Planet Rhythm - Lars Klein - PRRUK051
If you don’t know that Klien is German well then you need some help. With that you should also have a bit of respect for the birthplace of it all…keeping in tune with that, this man comes out and nails a monster minimal gritty thing that deserves to be my last record on this review. You know I save my best for last and this one keeps the tempo. Keeping the minimal driving and tame enough to keep the average listener from going into road rage is a talent few have mastered. Get it before you are made a laughing stock!

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