The quality continues on UKR with Berlin-based Irish techno phenom and Gobsmacked Records founder Diarmaid O Meara, who delivers a nasty four track Rusty Warehouse EP to all those who like their techno raw and bold. Filled to the brim with attitude and forward thinking in every way Diarmaid O Meara delivers four techno jewels that reflect his keen ear and flawless production skills that push the envelope of audio conformity. Starting off the EP with a bang with 'All About The Monies', Diarmaid tweaks and flips things sideways with a floor burner for the ages. Mind-melting bassline meets laser beam sci-fi film score and you get this chugging rave anthem that will have the warehouse steaming! Next up the rawness continues with 'A Consistent Reinvention', a club stormer filled with powerful synths and thunderous percussion that rumbles its way into the late night hours. This larger than life anthem keeps things energized with its minor chords and chopped up vocal effects throughout. Stunning techno tackle that is sure to challenge even the biggest sound systems around the global circuit. Continuing the heat, Diarmaid brings us into uncharted sonic territory with the track 'Rusty Warehouse'. This analog monster rips and shreds into the crowd with its sub frequencies, and driving rhythm dicing up any pre-conceived notion that Diarmaid takes prisoners. 'Rusty Warehouse' is one of those epic main room tracks that get talked about days after a party...making an impression on all those who experience its enormity. Last but not least Diarmaid O Meara gets sick with it...literally dropping what sounds like a wasps nest into a futuristic drum corp. '412' tweaks and twists its way onto the dancefloor with military precision, bending reality with its warped rhythmic percussion that builds and builds into the dark void of space, pushing the listener into a land of mental and aural bliss. This is one hell of a quality techno release from a man on the front lines. This is the sound of the world's best, a leader in the techno struggle, proudly brought to you by Diarmaid O Meara and UKR.