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  • Release Date 2012-08-03
  • Label NuLabel
  • Catalog NU032
Minitronik invites us to an interstellar voyage with Woodo EP. We are pleased to introduce Minitronik (a.k.a. M@tke), who debuts at NuLabel signing our 32nd reference 'Woodo EP'. This Serbian producer hooks us to his Dark Minimal through three original tracks with electric touches that border Experimental sounds. He is joined by well-kwown faces from NuLabel's universe such as Beat Polar, Andie Klaer or Soundmanipulator. Minitronik opens the EP with 'Rumblink', a track filled with powerful beats and frightening vocals that increase over a strong background in which the Serbian produces a great Minimal composition that possesses Minitronik's proper groove. Alternatively, Beat Polar opens his 'Rumblink's' remix speeding up the rhythm and using tenebrous vocals from the beginning of the track and therefore creating a huge pressure in the general atmosphere. As the track moves forward it becomes more instrumental and we are able to see this young Galician producer's particular view of Minimal. Minitronik makes us vibrate again with 'Woodo' and its atmospheric Dark Minimal made by spatial and deep sounds. It also has a great background that increases the rhythm appearing and disappearing from the track. The next track is Andie Klaer's remix of 'Woodo', in which he opens quietly and changes to a sepulcral atmosphere made with a background that is created by sequences of dark and cold beats. The last of 'Rumblink's' remixes is created by the American producer Soundmanipulator, who returns to NuLabel after his surprising and powerful 'Informacion Mortal EP'. In this occasion with a more calmed style but without leaving his twisted and futuristic sound. Lastly, Minitronik ends this 32nd reference showing us his most Experimental and relaxed side with 'Space Trip', a genuine voyage to the stars made by spatial and extraterrestrial sounds that create a misterious atmosphere. Epic music that transmits great peace but at the same time could be disturbing.
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