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  • Release Date 2015-10-12
  • Label Organism
  • Catalog ORGA76
!Organism make a carefully selected foray into the vinyl market with their next EP, which comes both digitally as well as on wax, with different tracks making up each package. The revered Irregular Synth is the man behind the fresh originals and is an Italian producer with a worldwide fan base. He has released on this label before now to great acclaim, as well as on Loose Records and many more, and has a steely and singular style. Up first on the vinyl and digital release is his brilliant Final Decision, a barreling track with rooted drums and incendiary hi hats that roll and roll. Belgiums Tom Hades is the man who remixes, and does so with a more supple sense of groove. Subtle vocal yelps and smoother hits all scurry along next to his rubber kicks and the overall effect is perfectly hypnotic. Irregular Synth then serves up another fine original in Hurricane. This one is a white knuckle ride through stark techno rhythms with bursts of apocalyptic noise and plenty of industrially tinged textures. The remix of this one comes from Londons Ben Long, the governor at Space DJz and someone with fine techno credentials amassed over many years. His version is loopy, ravey and abstract and really sets your mind in a spin with its stomping drums and disorientating sirens. All those cuts are pressed to vinyl and come on the digital EP, but there are also some bonus digital tracks. These include slick new Mills like techno originals in Just Run (plus a deep tunnelling remix from Greek man Kostas Maskalides) as well as the undulating, heady affair thatis Shes Mandy, plus an A-Brothers remix of Hurricane that flips the original into dark, broody roller. Overall this is another fulsome package of searing techno that will make dance floors of all descriptions march to its infectious beat.

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