SSREXTRA42​-​1

by Sascha Müller

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    Scheduled for March 24th, 2k16 is Sascha Müller's fourty-second release on his very own label Super Six Records Extra, a new 12 track album piece which starts with a thrilling journey into Intelligent Techno-realms named "M3D" which is quite a gem for all those still appreciating the free-floating, technoid experimentalism of the early 90s brought to us by acts like B12, Ken Ishii and the likes of. Following up is the "Mind Grabber", a lesson in ever morphing, fast-paced Rave Techno walking the thin line towards Acid Trance whilst "Shockwave" takes all ravers into darkness with heavy claps, psychotic stabs and buzzing sawtooth synths we've learned to love due to early releases on Thomas P. Heckmann's Wavescape-imprint back in the days. With "Spaß-tik" we see a gooey, spiralling, Acid-flavored ProtoTrance takeover, "Speicherstadt" caters a trippy take on extraterrestrial Ambient, "Steel Dawn" is a brutal, uncompromising HardTechno attack and "Symbiose" unfolds as a pumping, yet playful amalgamation of scratches and minimalistic TechHouse for all tool-loving DJ's out there. Furthermore we see "The Clash" fusing hyperfunctional rave attitude, deep strings and a tribalistic attitude before "The Force 2" caters a menu of hard-hitting, ultracompressed drums alongside a side dish of nervous, psyched out synth movements for the hardcore underground posse which will absolutely go bonkers when the deep mid-track break hits and "Tiefenrausch" brings back the golden days of Trance before it really was called Trance and infested by dolphins and cheesy pizzicato sounds - think Illuminatae's classic "Tremora Del Terra" or LDC's "Daydream (Dreamtravel Mix)" here. Towards the longplayers end "Traffic" pleases all those loving their Tribal-influenced Techno deep and harmonic whilst the final tune "Turbulance II" once again is a dark 'n storming Techno banger best played in underground warehouse raves through a massive rig of blasting speakers. A grand finale for a high quality album release!

    Review by baze.djunkiii for Psychedelic Kitchen.

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Scheduled for March 24th, 2k16 is Sascha Müller's fourty-second release on his very own label Super Six Records Extra, a new 12 track album piece which starts with a thrilling journey into Intelligent Techno-realms named "M3D" which is quite a gem for all those still appreciating the free-floating, technoid experimentalism of the early 90s brought to us by acts like B12, Ken Ishii and the likes of. Following up is the "Mind Grabber", a lesson in ever morphing, fast-paced Rave Techno walking the thin line towards Acid Trance whilst "Shockwave" takes all ravers into darkness with heavy claps, psychotic stabs and buzzing sawtooth synths we've learned to love due to early releases on Thomas P. Heckmann's Wavescape-imprint back in the days. With "Spaß-tik" we see a gooey, spiralling, Acid-flavored ProtoTrance takeover, "Speicherstadt" caters a trippy take on extraterrestrial Ambient, "Steel Dawn" is a brutal, uncompromising HardTechno attack and "Symbiose" unfolds as a pumping, yet playful amalgamation of scratches and minimalistic TechHouse for all tool-loving DJ's out there. Furthermore we see "The Clash" fusing hyperfunctional rave attitude, deep strings and a tribalistic attitude before "The Force 2" caters a menu of hard-hitting, ultracompressed drums alongside a side dish of nervous, psyched out synth movements for the hardcore underground posse which will absolutely go bonkers when the deep mid-track break hits and "Tiefenrausch" brings back the golden days of Trance before it really was called Trance and infested by dolphins and cheesy pizzicato sounds - think Illuminatae's classic "Tremora Del Terra" or LDC's "Daydream (Dreamtravel Mix)" here. Towards the longplayers end "Traffic" pleases all those loving their Tribal-influenced Techno deep and harmonic whilst the final tune "Turbulance II" once again is a dark 'n storming Techno banger best played in underground warehouse raves through a massive rig of blasting speakers. A grand finale for a high quality album release!

Review by baze.djunkiii for Psychedelic Kitchen.

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released March 24, 2016

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