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Lucas Tesoin is one of the infamous new and ambitious talents the techno capital of Berlin
has to offer. Always trying to be better as back in a minute, he is working with the same
creativity and dedication to be a top-notch producer. The result of that process is for now the
Syndikat EP, an absolutely stunning piece of musical expression and expertise.

The title track Syndikat is almost immediately breaking down to the first drop, giving the
track an impulsive rush but also kind of a straight atmosphere. The melody is making it more
sinister but it also gives the track a dreamy, almost psychedelic touch making it absolutely
necessary for a banging techno set.
The remix by the Munich-based producer duo BAAL * is in no way inferior to the original,
building up more slowly but hitting hard, when it comes to the drop. With having quite a few
more elements in it, the track sounds more cheerful and energetic.
Consortio is much more uncompromising and gloomy. Kick and HI-Hat are creating a rushing
and dark atmosphere while the melody is taking one into another abstract dimension.
Somehow strict, somehow cheerful, this track fits perfectly into every techno playlist.
The track Orda is very steady, adding more and more elements continuously to the kick, when
building up. It sounds futuristic and creates a certain tension on every dance floor. After the
drop, the track gathers more momentum and power, make it more danceable.
The Remix of Orda by Talul is building up faster than its original, having more energy from
the start on through the early clap. When the track is building up again after the break, it gets
an oriental touch but still remaining its dark overtone. Distributed By Symphonic Distribution -
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