Saturday, October 01, 2005

solaris october 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.

Kik Records - Finnie - KIK002
It is always nice to hear something diffrent. I have a hard time finding guitars that work in techno tracks. Other than a Chris McCormak record this is the second. I have to say while not banging it out like no tomorrow this groove has a nice feel. Not to energetic and just the right amount of spice to make the fremen nervous. Keep you ear tuned. if you dont play it wait for me to be on the decks.

Punish - Mike Humphries - PUNISH023
Mike makes a style that gets the party started here. This is slower and less banging than I am use to, but I do try to be diverse... hard techno, straight techno, and a bit of schranz to keep the diverity P.C. Dont think about going anywhere without this track. This thing gets me into the mood and mindset that I know no matter what I do that night, i am up to no good. You should be thinking it too. Without that why would you be out doing the things you do.

Incharge - Marco V - IC005
Something new and inspiring this way comes... I never am failed to be impressed with the range techno can have. This track just helps solidify my theories. Take a trance anthem, cut it , blend it a bit (not to puree, but close) and put a bit of attitude to it, and you will come out with this wax. I caution you it is great for you show the trance heads they aren't near as sexy as they think they might be.

More Punk Than Funk - Various - MPTF003
Keep yourself at the edge of your seat, this one has potential as well as a bit of flare for the eccentric taste. A great driver here! Nice breakdowns, nonsensical commentary, and then having me go on and on about it. If you listen to me, then at least you can take these beats to the masses and be seen as a visionary.

Maximum Minimum - Chris Liberator, Ant & Mcaffer - MAXMIN48I think that my last and best pick of the month is deserved by this one. The electro cut Ant and Liberator whipped out kicks enought to set a depth charge in those synapses. If that wasn't enough. Mcaffer and Liberator come out bangin' on the flip side. This wax will keep your ears warm in the coming winter, until the next month's picks.

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