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  • Release Date 2013-04-15
  • Label Organism
  • Catalog ORGA21
The Lausanne based !Organism label returns with another slab of full bore techno, this time supplied by Denmarks Soren Aalberg and backed with a remix from Luigi Madonna ..

2013 is set to be a busy year for the !Organism imprint as it moves ahead with a packed schedule of releases from some of the hottest names in techno. Following on from the excellent single from Frankyeffe, the !Organism team turn to Denmarks Soren Aalberg for their latest release featuring 3 original new tracks, backed with a remix. Aalberg has been a respected techno producer for some years now recording for label including Phobiq Recordings, Rhythm Converted and Marco Baileys MB Elektronics now he steps up to join the !Organism label with Space Oblivia.

The EP kicks off with the title track, a rough and tough slice of rolling techno with a dark edge brought courtesy of discordant synth lines and pitch shifted vocals. The original mix is backed up with a remix from one of the rising stars of Italian techno, Luigi Madonna, whose prolific releases on leading labels such as Plus 8 and Analytic Trail have made him hot property. Here he takes the original of Space Oblivia and reworks it into a pointed and spacious mix with a deep, hypnotic feel. Next up we have Aalbergs Leaving Earth that sees the producer journey into bass driven, percussive territory with its sparse elements and atmospheric FX. Finally the package is complete with Eyes Just Shine a fast paced, tech workout that provides a perfect adrenaline fuelled rush to
close the show.

!Organism have done what they do so well and delivered another slab of blistering techno from an undoubtedly talented producer, enjoy!
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