The small and perfectly formed imprints latest release from Giovanni Damico picked up support from the likes of Larry Heard, Norm Talley and Mr G and the follow up will no doubt gain similarly hefty support.
Following superb releases on Tartelet and Hypercolour-affiliate, Space Hardware, the promising German native, Glenn Astro, gets the release off to a punchy start with the whacked-out rhythmic funk of Strings.
Big Bait & Flumo Recordings affiliate, Chocky and Rauld Dancesol both serve up languid, cut back tracks in Blow Down and Too Much Saturday. Utilising busy atmospherics and swollen bass to keep you hypnotically locked from start to finish, both tracks are rich, warm affairs.
Leon Vynehalls rich vein of form continues with his remix of Glenn Astros Strings. Taking cues from the originals heavily swung, broken groove, the 3024 and Clone Royal Oak alumnus melts jazz licks and spaced out chords amongst the robust drums. The final offering from Gnork illustrates the diverse nature of this release with cosmic intonations, rapid rhythms and a submerged tone combining to form truly deep, late night techno.