On the docket here are two progressive influenced techno tracks from one of Norway's finest producers. Both tracks whip tight-looping percussion together with a dose of the ethereal. "C Compiler" is hard-charging yet floaty, "Empty Flask" is bubbly and melodic, and they both stand tall upon a firm foundation of modern techno. Espen belongs to a small cadre of Norwegian producers who have defined that country's contribution to the progressive, tech house and techno genres. He began producing in 2003 year at the age of 20, with early success coming in the form of singles being picked up for radio play and compilation release by Armin van Buuren. Since then Espen has released music on a long list of notable labels including Vapour, Red Flag Collective, Baroque, and Looq Records.