- Release Date 2014-05-05
- Label Organism
- Catalog ORGA43
Combining elements of dub, minimal and micro house in his productions, Salté is part of the Southnoise crew as well as having released on labels like Terror Clicks, Tracer, and Alchemy since 2005.
His first track Keyword is a hunched over and insular track with squirrelling percussion, icy hi hats that leaves trails in their wake and tumbling drums. Nervous synths and dark, filtered vocals add extra atmosphere to the groove and never allow your attention to wane.
Next up is Theyre Nothing, a more urgent and direct cut with alarm-like melodies and imposing robot voices bleeding in from above. Its a perfectly unsettling track that stomps in a rooted rhythm and will have dancers doing the same.
Portuguese remixer Re: Axis has released on labels like Frucht and Autist and is a skilled piano and jazz improviser. His version of Theyre Nothing is a rubbery, hurried track with globular bass notes, minimal percussion and subtle background synths that add depth and weight. Its a track that grows increasingly spangled and really worms its way into your brain.
Once again Organism! have come up with the no nonsense techno goods here.