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Larks Tongues in Acrylic

WAFFENSUPERMARKT, SZMT

CZ
CZ057 | 2019-04-05  
Guido Braun a.k.a. Waffensupermarkt returns to CZ alongside debutant SZMT with another full-on techno beast in the form of Larks Tongues in Acrylic which comes jam-packed with a host of quality remixes. Guido is fast becoming a regular fixture here and we're delighted with his offerings, his sound is just perfect for what we are all about at CZ. He has been playing rock, jazz and avant-garde music for more than 30 years. Nowadays he is mostly producing electronic music such as techno, house, electro and some ambient and experimental tunes. He has seen releases on a plethora of labels over the years and this one marks his third full release here alongside several remixes, great to see him back for more.

First up we have the Original Mix with its dark and chilling intro filled with eerie soundscapes depicting a horror scene image. The track suddenly drops into punchy kicks and deep rumbling basses, thrusting us deep into the belly of a solid techno beast. Rhythmic percussions slice through the murk while those eerie sounds swirl overhead. Powerful and infectious, the track takes us on an epic ride that will get the energy levels up and the party rocking. The Club Mix delivers a much darker groove with a more pumping beat and sub level basses. The epicness remains but this one is definitely for the headstrong out there.

Our first two remix artists are no stranger to CZ with both having been responsible for some of our earlier releases. Adam Carling is up first with his remix and he delivers a superb techno slice with a truly hypnotic vibe that locks us in for the duration. A real groover with some seriously mesmerizing sounds and a definite must have. The next returnee is Nick De Voost with his Exploration Beats Mix, the name really does the music justice here as Nick leads us on a wonderful techno expedition with break beats taking the lead. An electro vibe oozes from the track which is contrasted with experimental sounds and a cool plucky bassline. We go deeper into the rabbit hole as the layers build making this a groove for the late-night session.

The next set of remixes come from two CZ debutants with Dan Bay taking to the remix desk first and dishing out a wonderful techno joint. The intro boasts a cool percussion section which is joined by a nice punchy kick drum to make up a smooth rhythmic flow. Classic techno style synths weave through the sound as a deep probing bassline rocks the low end. The attention to detail is flawless on this one, play loud for maximum effect, you will not be disappointed. Next, we have a solid remix from Harakiri Brothers marking a real impressive first outing for CZ. The remix here is designed to obliterate the floors in any venue, big or small. Big powerful kick drums lead the charge as strong, rumbling basses shake the foundations. Sharp hi hats slice through the low frequencies while atmospheric pads create a rich tapestry. Spacey FX fill up the spectrum making this an absolute must have in the arsenal.
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