Rebirth, the 3rd EP from one of the core members of Aerotek, Daniel Yanov is set to keep the momentum going in 2014 with this solid release of deep, driven hypnotic techno. Daniel's consistency in his production growth have not been overlooked in the slightest and we are proud to showcase his infectious, evolving sounds that have helped shape the style of the young label. With remixes, one of them being by his moniker Daya which is always determine to step it up a notch, and now from a newcomer that we are stoked to have from Berlin, Jens Berte is redefining the boundaries of music that we've come to know with Rebirth.
Original Mix by Daniel is a daunting indication that the material soon to follow will certainly live up to its standards with the underground techno sound. With Daniel's technicality of spacious 'metallic' qualities that he provides in his tailored style that we have come to know from him, it progresses into something truly special that builds and enticing to the ears. It's techno that we strive to search for by digging 'deep' that is unique from the 'trend' and will stand apart from the obvious sound that the scene expects. Then you have Daya, a completely different animal with his determination in totally warping his remix into a world of hurt with his wicked sub-bass grind and moody characteristics that is perfect for that afterhours warehouse feel. Then we go into the depths of Berlin with the Jens Berte remix! This is Aerotek's first production of break beat techno that has made its ever lasting impression in the underground techno scene, especially in Europe. Its creepy, sophisticated vibe is the perfect differentiation of sound that we here at Aerotek has been craving for and finally are able to showcase to you.
Finally we have 'Gether', a collaboration with Kenada that brings it back up to the surface with its raw deep techno for a breath of fresh air. The kick in association with the heavy bassline and tribal percussion is a perfect finale of a well rounded release of Rebirth that we present to you. Thank you to all have supported us thus far and long live techno!