solaris december 2005 techno
Goodfellas - Michael Burkat, Sven Wittekind - FELLAS008
A nice acid techno on the A side that is what I would find back in the day. The B side however, is right up my alley. This dark drum track makes life worth living again. I would even consider jumping in a Martian spaceship with some hand grenades if I was listening to this.
Blipped Out – Pete North - BLIP005
A nice track here, not driving but something different and fresh. We like fresh, and this also has a funky melody and more of a house feel. The B side keeps the labels form that I know with more of a driving edge to it. A must pick for anyone worth their grain as a techno connoisseur .
Infected – Permanent Damage - INF022
A nice floor rocker here, sweeping synths and the edge that would make your chin smooth as a baby’s bottom. Keep in mind the b side is not my cup of tea, but give it a whirl, Seems a bit slow Rotterdam stuff there. But some like cleaning chalk from the erasers.
Template – Various - TEMPL8R1
A must get here, and yes you are a git if you don’t. This thing has everything a man could ever want. Those old school break feeling with the early electro type techno. I love this stuff, it reminds me of that one time in band camp.
JLI Records – Various - JLI003
I threw this one in here because I don’t know anyone who put Rotterdam into reviews, but here you go this is no stopping until the cat has hung himself from watching these men grinding children and meth for breakfast. This stops just north of a heart attack. Beware those with pace makers, you might have a defect.
Q-RECORDS - Soul Preacher - Q-RECORDS019
A great club groove for anyone who might need it. This thing is chill and suave. It might even take your girl on a date for you, if you don’t mind her loosing herself to the music, because everyone knows vinyl is a girl’s best friend.