Hot on the heels of his noteworthy digital debut for Mark Broom's Beard Man label earlier this year, rising Brighton-based techno producer Rene Wise steps up on Mote Evolver with his second instalment, 'Loud Colours' EP. True to the DNA of Luke Slater's imprint, Wise fires off a throbbing combination of big room-ready 4/4 mechanics, high-velocity bass and hypnotic acideries on a dopey, dubby flex - engineering the tools of chaos for a highly immersive dive into the basement's teeming underworld and its nocturnal fauna.?
The howling 'Wolf' kicks things off on a pounding yet playful note with its hooting synths and behemoth kicks, whilst 'Broken Motor' sinks you into an obsessive swirl of lysergic arpeggios and rattling drums on automatic fire. Back to a more synthetic feel, 'Loud Colours' heads for the abysses of consciousness with its subtly interwoven skein of sonar-like bleeps, bloops and straight gut-churning stomp. Looping the loop, 'Spirit Molecule' tops the record off with more of a hip-swaying finish, dipping its latin-inflected?batucada rhythms in a thick sauce of brooding dub, eerie noises and altered vocal echoes out the murkiest of post-urban landscapes.