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Deep Techno: Orbis006 - Ozka - Grey Lines EP (Vinyl & Digital)

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Cat. : ASG/OR006
Artist : Ozka
All tracks written & produced by Ozka
Remix by Mr. Mau
Title : Grey Lines EP
Format : Digital & Vinyl

Tracks :

1) Grey Lines
2) No Limiter
3) No Limiter (Mr. Mau's Filth Remix)

Release date : Oct 2011 worldwide
Mastering by Da Goose Mastering
Publishing by Alaska Swimming-Gear
Distribution by EPM Distribution & Triple Vision

Promo blah :

Another member makes it to the family: Deejay Ozka

David Nizet has been around in the Belgian underground techno scene for ages, we mean early nineties. He was part of the 6th Sense collective during the mid 90s with releases on Dave Angels Rotation and the legendary Belgian label Re-load Records. Despite a Detroitish nostalgic touch in his productions, small modern minimalist influences gently creep in to all his tracks to turn them into brilliant pieces of never outdated, or should we say evergreen, techno.

With past releases on Aesthetik, Mowar, Labrynth and played by Marcel Fengler, Markus Suckut, Matt O'Brien, Jamie Behan, ... (the list is too long actually), he's definitely up there with the big ones.

"Grey Lines" is a brilliant dark nerve-racking track with groove that will definitely set the dancefloor on fire. Beware, this killer will change dancing people at 6 am into a bunch of zombies.

"No Limiter" translates Davids feeling for music. There are no limits. This tracks grabs you from the beginning till the end with its minimalistic changes in the arrangement and an extraordinary synth you've never heard before.

Mr. Mau's remix of "No Limiter" shifts the track up another gear and aims straight for the dancefloor. its aggressive but sophisticated and original arrangement makes you scream "dance while you still can".

Previews @ http://soundcloud.com/orbisrecords

Links :
http://www.orbisrecords.be
http://twitter.com/orbisrecords
http://www.facebook.com/orbisrecords

Feedback :

Grovskopa (Emergence, Pohjola - SWE)
Feeling 'Grey Lines', almost has a G-Man groove going on.
Looking forward to the vinyl.

Jeroen Search (Mission6277/Axis, Ion, Outland records, Smallville records,... - NL)
yeah, again a nice one! looking forward to the vinyl!!

Kazuumi Ishii (Electronic Directory - JP)
I'm feeling Grey Lines, solid stuff.

Coefficient (Labrynth, M_REC Ltd, Duality - UK)
Nice EP. No Limiter original is cool. The Filth mix will fit nicely into my sets. Good release!!

Phone (Subsist Records - SP)
Ozka at Orbis? Sound nice! I'll play it for sure.

Marc Trakker (Orbis records, Napalm Enema records - FR)
Another awesome new release. All tracks sound really unique. Looking forward to the vinyl.

Kr!z (Token Rec - BE)
Mau's rmx is my fav. Other tracks are cool but the remix works best for my mixes.

Franco Cangelli (Mowar, Self Defence - BE)
i like the grit of Grey Lines and the mechanical soul of No Limiter.
Mau's slightly more muscled remix is solid as well. No fav, i like all three

Evad Streaklov (Nightcode magazine - BE)
The Remix by Mr. Mau is my fav. Love the original as well. Ozka keeps it like it should be: 120 bpm kicks that groove!


Want to spill some words ?
Pls post your feedback to feedback(at)orbisrecords(dot)be

Discover also our First pressing ever: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gJbIMe...

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