New installment in our digital series, this time delivered by portuguese sound sculptor Temudo with five cuts of advanced and funked techno.
Zoom back starts with phased toms over a continuous sub bass line, until shuffled shakers and subtle synth elements grow from the low part of the spectrum. The random sequence takes over as minutes go by creating an asymmetrical feeling.
Tsigalko uses opaque metallic hits and again a heavy sub bass component as starting point. Different sonic elements fill the audio spectrum coming in and out of the arrangement wisely.
The Spiritual Song goes straight to the bone with spastik lika snare rolls running over a solid kick and bass foundation. The percussive orgy goes on and on until total mayhem.
Cranston uses more floaty elements and reverberated spaces to create a sci fi feeling. The sequences run through the stereo field adding dynamism and detail.
Duality closes the release with diverse drum layers skillfully programmed creating a sense of movement while being linear. As track 03, 90%% of the sound elements are percussive making a perfect mixing tool for those who know.