"I'm more than excited to start my new label GTO with these tracks as they represent a sound aesthetic that Im excited about and I would simply describe as: Techno. No limits."
Gregor Tresher wraps up another remarkable year in the techno fast lane with a brand new label: GTO.
It stands for Gregor Tresher Originals and the emphasis is on the word original as he continues to carve his own unique furrow in a brand new way. Investing everything hes achieved and explored across some of the greatest labels in techno from Drumcode to Cocoon, Music Man to Ovum, Moon Harbour to Bedrock, plus 60 releases on his own Break New Soil imprint, its time to freshen things up once again. Its time to get acquainted with GTO And it starts with another superb collaboration with long time friend and collaborator Petar Dundov.
Stellarius and Anthropogenic show Gregor and Petar at their most energetic, forward-thinking and enthused. The former is a pacey drive into the unknown with layered synths weaving in and out of perspective to hypnotic effect while the latter shows a darker side to the duo as harmonic bass textures rumble with a rich loin-girding sinister feel and a carnal funk that springs off the off-beat hi-hats. Gregor explains the inspiration behind both compositions
"Stellarius to me, is the biggest and most powerful track to emerge from our recent studio sessions. From the day we made it, I knew I wanted to save it for something very special. Well, I guess the occasion is here."
"Anthropogenic causes mayhem everywhere I play it. I would say its inspired by the music of so many young and fresh producers making their way to the big stages now with a sound that hints a time when producing techno wasnt about functionality but more about a certain vibe of creating something new and exciting."
New, exciting, inspired by the next generation: when Gregor says No Limits, he means it. Watch out for more exciting GTO releases very very soon