Boltzmann and Agile Recordings have come together to release the new full-length album My Way, boasting 12 brand new tracks that testify to an expansive talent that is only continuing to thrive and grow in todays electronic music scene. Drawing from a diverse pool of influences ranging from Cirez D. to Depeche Mode, Boltzmann has helped to lead a generation of Slovenian artists by way of his classical music training and love of EDM culture. After earning a solid base with training as a classically educated musician, Boltzmann dove into channeling his passion into his surroundings with those who shared his love of making music. He organized his first electronic music event in 2002 before starting SDJF with ten fellow fans, an association working to promote and distribute EDM. Club nights at Maximal at the K4 club marked his divergence from popular minimal trends, launching his own brand of electro and techno spun through futuristic overtones. More than a decade later, Boltzmanns new work shares this passion beautifully, which, in the artists own words, capitalize on re-embracing my initial love for electro with something different from all my previous productions. The single Thor brings this uniqueness to the forefront, harmonizing powerhouse soul to the techno game with all the maturity of a master. Similarly, Sexo Maschine fuses both techno and electro energy into one, sedutively-paced banger of a hit, never banking on cliches or losing focus throughout. Listeners can look forward to disco flavors appearing at some of the best twists on the album, marrying classic to true progression in a collection that never ceases to surprise and delight. As sole writer and producer on every song in the collection, Boltzmann says he could not realize his vision without the help of Studio2 and Tony DeClerque, a great master, Boltzmann said, to whom I address my most grateful thanks.