- Release Date 2013-11-18
- Label Amazing Records
- Catalog AMZ107
German artist Christian Kliché's musical upbringing was really much into the heavier side of rock'n'roll: the Cologne born producer started off beating the shit out of every kind of percussive instrument he could lay his hands upon, going then on to attend a workshop at the renowned Music Academy Remscheid held by none else than Udo Ladies, drummer of the legendary Judas Priest. Electronic music was the next step thanks to the influence of Techno stars Thomas P. Heckmann, Chris Liebing and Speedy J. His LP on Amazing Records shows off his impressive studio abilities, coming up with a wild bunch of tracks that could have easily fit in the selection of some underground dj playing the original Tresor in Berlin or be found as the soundtrack to today's most outrageous Berghain parties. "Intro" is chugging and gloomy with a crazy synth line, while "Expoxil"'s crescendo of atmospheres bursts into a 4/4 steady rhythm and creepy vocal snippets. "Tolu"'s misty and obscure tones move onto "Molokular"'s twisted groove and clunks. "Eitanpera" is heavy and hypnotic, with a few stop-and-gos thrown in for good measure, while "Neuter"'s cavernous and kick-drum driven flow play along ghostly samples. "Naphtol" is more minimalistic and stripped down, yet very powerful; "Pyrolypse" has a post-apocalyptic feel, very obscure and shady, and "Glytzerin" boasts a tense industrial mood. "Cyanac" is grimy and pumping, and "Outro" closes the release on a trippy electronica note.
words: FRANCESCO BERGOMI
Early Support from: Luke Slater, Markantonio, Gaetano Parisio, Axel Karakasis, Pascal Feos, Luigi Madonna, Dubfire, Richie Hawtin and many more!
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