Across the 18 offerings a fresh take on main room techno is thoroughly explored. Its atrack by the boss alongside Markantonio that opens things up in slick, punchy style,before NHB and MiniCoolBoyz lay down a dark and dystopian vision in the form ofAcrylic. Tom Hades is true to his name with the shadowy and monolithic stomper hecontributes, while Luigi Maradonna gets a little funkier on his loopy, bouncy effort.Elsewhere along the way there is more slowed down and dubbed out techno from RaulMezcolanza & Khat, smooth and minimalistic stuff from Hollen and teeth clenching, whitenoise riddled peak time tackle from Mars Bill. Roberto Capuanos Control is a grittyanthem in the making, Flavio Diaz proves himself to be a master of dark energy andkinetic percussion on Taipan and Dubfire understudy Uto Karem keeps things eerie andunsettling on his widescreen offering, Raw Motion.This is an essential collection for all working DJs and fans of big, proud techno soundsand highlights the wealth of talented producers in the modern scene.
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