Melbourne's finest, Dylab returns strong with his first EP for the acidallstars label. His unique version of old school acid mixed with new school sensibility keeps his sound fresh and unique, while timeless all the same. An amazing take on 80's acid that draws influence from as far as 80's pop to 80's punk and keeps it firmly tongue in cheek. Dylab ain't going nowhere soon, and his steady stream of releases and work on acid pattern groups over the years has made him a household name over the years. We're super stoked to have him release with us again and look forward to bombing melbourne with him soon.
The EP was based around some of Mike Dredd's comments regarding the production of Universal Indicator. I've used the Filter In of the devilfish 303 to take sounds and filter, mix and modify them . I also used this to blend synths and drums. The result is these three tracks.
Have a listen to the results.
Promo blurb from AA
"for our 25th release we just gotta give it up to Melbourne's finest. Responsible for some of the baddest beats and blogs acid techno will ever know, dylab comes back hard from Wordsmith and delivers this acid trilogy of shiny black metal amidst gray skies and ghetto guise. Don't miss this one!"