Holger Zilske isn’t a dark horse in the scene of electronic music.
Instead, under his pseudonym SMASH TV, he always instigates the masses around the globe with his ecstatic, technoid live-sets. Well known artists such as Steve Bug, Richie Hawtin or Claude Von Stroke play his releases for inspiring their exalted audiences for a long time.
As BPitch Control artist from the very beginning, this very busy and extremely creative exceptional producer is now presenting his latest work with the catalogue number
BPC170. After numerous remixes for Ellen Allien, Audion, Golden Boy, Miss Kittin, Dirt Crew, Mediengruppe Telekommander and many more, an update on Berlin based label BPitch Control has been overdue.
Already the title BREATH is able to express EVERYTHING: this sophisticated record really breathes and will not only be able to fascinate the audience per definition, rather this release will push the crowd onto the dance floor immedeately. Both songs consist
of minimal, but nevertheless striking means, which are able to mediate the underlying clear structure.
The A-side, “Locomotive Breath”, has become a forceful track, that starts with elaborate percussion and kicks asses with the specially modulated bass after the break. This track is pure Prime Time material and is described as ´Perfect Chow´ by several DJ‘s.
Subsequent, “Breath Me” on the flip side, gives us the creeps. The accords create an enthralling harmony, which finds its climax within an apocalyptical break.