Kevin Witt's new album REVIEW on TKR, his third long player at all, is a true homage on techno. Kevin is turning strong basslines and powerful drum-arrangements into flawless techno connections, taking you back into Detroit-, Berlin- and Frankfurt-History. His range is going from dark, bubbling club tracks like Change, Move or Feel up to multi-dimensional and almost fluorescent productions such as Peak or Timeless.Kevin's tracks are bursting unmistakably when groove and rhythm are interacting. He takes snapshots out of life, transforms them into BPM-sensations and throws them right back into direction alpha centauri. His personal demand on techno is backed up by the sweaty influences he takes out of the nightlife.The intense connection of analog and digital studio equipment can't only be felt through the analog sounding drums Kevin records in precise and detailed work and throws through numerous filters. It's the sound of the whole album tha combines pure international techno with warm, minimal and melodic snippets.While the drums seem to be on a powerful techno-journey, there's always a vocal snippet, some FX sound or a Kevin Witt-typical spheric sound kicking in. The variety of instruments and the sounddesign turn REVIEW into a technoid monolith inviting everyone to explore and go on a stimulating journey.