Tel-Aviv based Adi Shabat and Eyal Cohen bring their latest collaborations to Motek Music with release MTK005 - "Much Too Much / Shadows". "Much Too Much", the darker of the two, finds itself based around long, almost eerie drone pad parts. From this, string and sharp industrial sections provide textural elements, adding to the atmosphere of the track. Plucked guitar synth sounds open and close over repetitive sequences, giving a hypnotic feel, finished off with the haunting hushed spoken vocal. Equipped with open hit hat parts and quicker moving percussion, "Shadows" moves at a faster pace, with raw clicky percussive textures adding another layer to the spacious yet weighty production. A more melodic bass line adds bounce to the track, sitting again on top of a drone pad. The main lead line adds a certain tension, that builds and opens up as the piece progresses. On the remix for this release are ThermalBear and Fabio Giannelli, taking one track each. ThermalBear has put his Dutty Funk take on "Much Too Much", bringing a completely original, imaginative and fully analogue production to the release. The sort that has seen him catch the eye of the likes of Sasha. A crisp and punchy remix, simple in make up yet incredibly intricate in texture, subtle fx and synth elements. Bringing the groove, Fabio Giannelli has created a sharp deep techno remix of "Shadows". Fluttering shaker parts and wide hi hats drive the track, over the top of slow attack bass tones and leads, providing the focal points. Layers are added in the side chained string textured pads and rising fx sequences.