Basswerk Files #054 Music Masters Vol. 3: Wreckage Machinery & N.phect
1. Wreckage Machinery & Mealor - Needless to say
2. N.phect - Vis a Void
3. Wreckage Machinery - Roulette
Vol.3 of the Music Masters series features three very musical and yet very driving, electronic sounding and dancefloor compatible tracks. Chris Wreckage Machinery from Vienna teams up with Mealor for "Needless to say" and delivers his own "Roulette" - excellent follow ups to his stunning "Colours" debut on The Green Man's Basswerk label. While "Needless to say" starts lush and then gets really busy, "Roulette" touches the harder edge even a little bit more while still having its very musical parts. In between those two tracks we are happy to have a nice hello from Berlin's Sebastian "N.phect" Wild, Dizplay's brother and one half of the famous "Beautiful Bytes" album on Basswerk from N.phect & Dizplay. While his brother delivered and album earlier this year, N.phect had releases on Subtitles and can be found on various labels. "Vis a Void" is one of his more musical pieces with a wide range of athmospheric electronic sounds.