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EPM Selected Vol.9

Various Artists

EPM Music
EPM112 | 2024-01-26  
'EPM Selected Vol. 9' features ten tracks from the EPMmusic archive and two unreleased mixes of classics from Mark Broom and Ben Sims. This collection goes right to our techno roots featuring artists such as Regis, Robert Hood, Oliver Way, Arno Vancolen, Carl Taylor, Lee J. Malcolm, Stare5 (aka Bryan Zentz), Bryan Chapman, Techmarine Bottom Feeders and Theiz plus the exclusive remixes of Ben Sims’s ‘Xotnuc’ from Stevie Cox and the Chimes remix of Mark Broom’s ‘One Sound’.

We start Vol. 9 with Ben Sims’s ‘Xotnuc’ which featured in our EPM 20 celebrations in 2021 but this time gets a brand new remix from Stevie Cox who brings the tempo down into a shimmering breakbeat before the mighty Karl O’Connor (aka Regis) who brings a touch of rolling techno-funk with ‘No Love From Above’ from his ‘Beyond the Reach of Time’ EP. Bryan Chapman then gets a fortified techno remix from fellow UK producer, Inigo Kennedy who fires up ‘Io’ into a solid dancefloor missile before the minimal master Robert Hood drops ‘Shadows’, showcasing his unique blend of techno minimalism to the full.

Continuing in Hood’s minimal vein we have Stare5 (aka Bryan Zentz) whose ‘The Adverse Within’ was first unveiled on 2018’s ‘Void Swimmer’ EP and then we reveal another exclusive as the Chimes mix of Mark Broom’s ‘One Sound’ adds another layer of sonic depth to the techno crowd pleaser.

Taking it back to 2012 Carl Taylor’s ‘Onyx’ is quality tech-house through and through, with that added ingredient of funk, delivered from his ‘True Faith’ album before the Techmarine Bottom Feeders (aka Paris the Black Fu and Emeric Di Paolo (Luxus Varta)) take us into an acid soaked vortex with ‘The Vision’ (Radio Edit) and EPM’s own Oliver Way rips into some Chi-town tech-boogie with ‘Shuffle Rush’ that featured on 2022’s ‘V-Series: Chicago Connex EP’ alongside stompers from Robert Armani and Lester Fitzpatrick. The multi-talented Lee J. Malcolm then tackles Yello’s classic ‘Oh Yeah’ and Theiz takes us to the sounds of classic Black Dog / Plaid techno with his superb ‘1000 Year Cycle of the Dragonfly’ taken from his ‘All That Remains’ album. Finally, signing off we have Bryan Chapman’s hauntingly beautiful remix of Arno Vancolen’s ‘Venus Loop Revisité’.

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