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Human Tech - Accessories Corner (Drumcomplex & Roel Salemink Remix) [!Organism]

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Now on to its 35th release in just 5 years, Yan Stricker's Swiss techno power house !Organism turns to Human Tech for a new single, 'Accessories Corner' backed with remixes from Spektre and Drumcomplex & Roel Salemink.

For more than a decade now Human Tech aka Pietro Marrone and A.Filippucci have been foremost techno producers who have released on plenty of great labels and have featured in the DJ sets of all the top techno tastemakers.

The single they provide here is a fizzing affair with plenty of white noise textures, hurried drums and percussion and dark, ominous vocals bleeding in from all directions. It's an exercise in tension and release that will tease dancers to the very brink and fits in perfectly with this label's no nonsense approach to stripped down beats.

On the remix are Richard Wakley and Paul Maddox aka acclaimed techno twosome Spektre, who are at home on labels like Great Stuff as well as in clubs like Space in Ibiza. Their version of the track slows it down to something more paranoid and creepy. It's wired up with plenty of alien synth lines and whirring machines noises as well as some chopped male vocal sounds. It's filled with finality and sounds like the end of the world, frankly.

Last up is Dutch and German duo Drumcomplex & Roel Salemink who inject some turbo funk into their remix. Bouncy and boisterous at the same time it has real pomp to the drums as well as that same sense of post-human life that pervades the whole package.

They might be at 35 releases now but !Organism still has a knack for unearth fresh sounds and fresh talents as this latest release proves once again.

CAT N° : ORGA35
Release : November 18, 2013

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Mastering by Charles Michaud at www.preferencemastering.com
More info : www.organism.ch/releases/human­-tech-accessories-corner Show less
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!36 : NHB & Pascal Nuzzo - Elites [!Organism] Play

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Two techno heavyweights in the form of Swiss producer Pascal Nuzzo and UK duo NHB come together for three fierce tracks on the !Organism label.

NHB can be considered one the of best recent revelations in minimal techno, where they found a place thanks to their experiences of the late 90s rave underground. NHB's philosophy has always been linked with the use of real synthesizers and drum's machines and that shows here, whilst Nuzzo has had plenty of big hits in various sonic realms over the last few years, from French filter house to EDM to full on techno.

Their first track, 'Elites', is a world of subliminal techno funk, subtle metallic chords and rolling beats that suck you right into their very core and hypnotise. Searching synths bring that desolate urbane feel and fans of streamlined techno will find no finer tune.

'Shapeshift' is a little more intense, with stormy claps breaking like thunder clouds and ticking percussion bringing a mechanical feel to the brushed metal loops and rolling drums.

Last offering 'Controversial' hits the hardest and darkest and has a bleak, forboding hook right at its heart. Daubs of gloopy synth and more thundering claps occasionally pepper the beats but little detracts from the effortlessly smooth groove.

Another fine pairing make for another fine outing for !Organism here.

CAT N° : ORGA36
Release : November 25, 2013

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Mastering by Charles Michaud at www.preferencemastering.com
More info : www.organism.ch

!35 : Human Tech - Accessories Corner (+ Spektre, Drumcomplex & Roel Salemink Remixes) [!Organism] Play

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Already supported by : Markantonio / Umek / Slam / Luigi Madonna / Joseph Capriati / Alan Fitzpatrick / Sutter Cane / Mr. Bizz / Skober / Filterheadz / Axel Karakasis / A.Paul / Bodyscrub / Tomy De Clerque / Taster Peter / Marco Carola / Timmo / Anderson Noise .. among many others!

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Support the label and buy our music on Bandcamp (http://music.organism.ch)

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Now on to its 35th release in just 5 years, Yan Stricker's Swiss techno power house !Organism turns to Human Tech for a new single, 'Accessories Corner' backed with remixes from Spektre and Drumcomplex & Roel Salemink.

For more than a decade now Human Tech aka Pietro Marrone and A.Filippucci have been foremost techno producers who have released on plenty of great labels and have featured in the DJ sets of all the top techno tastemakers.

The single they provide here is a fizzing affair with plenty of white noise textures, hurried drums and percussion and dark, ominous vocals bleeding in from all directions. It's an exercise in tension and release that will tease dancers to the very brink and fits in perfectly with this label's no nonsense approach to stripped down beats.

On the remix are Richard Wakley and Paul Maddox aka acclaimed techno twosome Spektre, who are at home on labels like Great Stuff as well as in clubs like Space in Ibiza. Their version of the track slows it down to something more paranoid and creepy. It's wired up with plenty of alien synth lines and whirring machines noises as well as some chopped male vocal sounds. It's filled with finality and sounds like the end of the world, frankly.

Last up is Dutch and German duo Drumcomplex & Roel Salemink who inject some turbo funk into their remix. Bouncy and boisterous at the same time it has real pomp to the drums as well as that same sense of post-human life that pervades the whole package.

They might be at 35 releases now but !Organism still has a knack for unearth fresh sounds and fresh talents as this latest release proves once again.

CAT N° : ORGA35
Release : November 18, 2013

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Mastering by Charles Michaud at www.preferencemastering.com
More info : www.organism.ch/releases/human-tech-accessories-corner
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