CHROME / FAMAS EP
Vinyl - 12th May
Digital - 19th May
lately relocated from his hometown of Frankfurt to Berlin, Robert Dietz’s new studio has already taken a battering. The unsurpassable of the physical to come from his new Berlin workspace, “Chrome/Famas” heads true onto Steve Lawler’s VIVa imprint. The four track and field EP is a no holds latched and lively expedition of guerilla techno that comes with the benevolent of personality that has e'er
obvious Dietz out from the chasing pack.
“Chrome” builds with a perceptive power in the borderline end, patiently morphing into a dynamical techno brute. Eventually spilling terminated into a ample tapestry of moving beats, unstable basslines, howling rhythms and spacey melodics, the track becomes insatiably electric. “Famas” keeps the unchanged inactive vibe, but injects a funkier fringe courtesy of many highly addictive tribal-like percussion. The artful, rolled groove gives the running its swank, antimonopoly as the drums supply the intensity and advancing momentum. It is devastatingly uncomplicated!
On the flip come remixes of both track and fields from Randall M and Fernando Costantini. second up American producer Randall M takes on “Famas,” turn it into the uncorrupted 303 exercise. It retains the personality of the position even though
exploring a new structure, liberal it a else jacking pose. Fernando Costantini’s interpretation of “Chrome” takes judicial proceeding into utter unique territory, both sonically and aesthetically. Tin attendance is a futuristic jazz stimulation colliding with dynamical tech play ubiquitous, making a dead that is at quondam unfamiliar and completely
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