Thirty third release of Tauten is scheduled for the beginig of 2017. and we're starting a new year with an absolute banging release. The pretty young duo, Renaeker, is hailing all the way from Manchester UK, and after their first release on Audio Borderline, they already caught some serious attention of worldwide techno followers. Callum Plant and Carlo Ribeiro are working really well as a team, and we can easily say that just by listening to their new EP, which will be Tauten's 33rd release. The EP is made out of two banging peak time originals and two awesome remixes by Redial Tone, one of the leaders of Montenegro's techno scene, and Jusaï, the uprising French star. The first original track, Baritone, is very suitable for mixing. It starts pretty solid with 2/4 bassline and rhythmic percussion that's following. There are also some really nice fill in fxs which complete the concept of the track with the help of subtle twists and the rising atmospheric string line. The track is minimalistic in a way but with such a nice drive that will keep the crowd going strong all night long. Next up is Baritone (Redial Tone Remix), the more atmospheric adaptation that will be perfect for the beginning of the strong outro techno set. There is pretty nice intro that gives you the feeling of being in some abandoned metro station with the single reflector flashing randomly. The drum section is really reduced with not so much things involved, but smartly picked out. Creepiness all over with stretched hi hats and atmospheric sequences. Original mix of Paradox is pure dance floor killer with it's galloping groove and amazing up & down mid percussions. There are two not too long breaks that keep the situation very intense. You just have to notice short rhythmical vocals and the hovs that are tearing the air in pieces. Jusaï did the remix of Paradox and he added little more abstraction to it with some nice pads going on. He changed vibe of the track by making tearing sounds a constant thing here which many DJs will find very useful in the club. Kick sounds are dry and followed by interesting "grey" claps that keep the rhythm moving. The EP will be available in all digital formats on January the 27th. Until then, you can check our previous releases and the released music of the artists featured on this release.