Marking the end of a two year hiatus, Supply Records returns with a short and (not so) sweet Techno EP from label boss Mechaniker. The release explores the grittier, dystopian end of electronic dance across two hi-speed marathon cuts - clocking in at plus 10 minutes a piece.
A side track Pike flexes agile 909 programming and haunting synth work with crucial slow-burning effect. An energetic tension builder steeped in Orwellian overtones - primed and ready to seize control on the dance floor.
On the flip side Tongue etches out a plot twist on the big-room style. Dense layers form through distant vocals, relentless percussion and malevolent electronica. A union of machine and organic matter like posthuman bodies twisting and distorting in the endless black abyss.
Despite only housing two cuts it remains a sure fire staple in the record bag, commanding attention through epic sprints of dark, unrelenting Techno. Garnering impact via subtle movements as opposed to seismic shifts. A beautifully crafted record that invites you into the void with little or no resistance.