SSREXTRA43

by Sascha Müller

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    Coming up these days is Sascha Müller's 43rd untitled album on his very own imprint Supersix Records Extra, providing us with approx. 80 minutes and eleven tracks of quality electronic music from his studio vaults. Starting things with "Sonniger Herbsttag" which translates as 'Sunny Autumn Day' we're taken straight into a ten minutes journey into classic, well-hypnotizing AcidTrance sporting a sweet oldskool'ish melody, sweet female vox and gooey modulations whilst "Wild Africa" comes across as hard-bangin, stab-heavy and tribal chant sporting RaveTechno affair for huge warehouses and crowds appreciating hard laser action and maximum E-induced madness. "Working" serves proper underground Techno with an undeniable Tribal touch for long hot nights, "XTRO" brings more gooey HypnoTrance-/ProtoTrance-goodness without ever thinking about using cheesy strings at all, the "Embassy" is a stripped down, yet fast-paced and racy workout for all lovers of late-90s The Advent productions and the poeticly titled "Sternenfeuer" leads into a sustained fire of hard hitting, heavily compressed Techno drums, crashing hi-hats and ever morphing, reverberating sci-fi modulations from outer space. With "Analog Audio" Sascha Müller brings back the dry, hyperenergetic Techno drill for those loving their sound dry and uberly precise, "AAA" is a deep, subaquatic Electro anthem for all those appreciating the sound of Drexciya or DJ Stingray to the fullest whilst the "Alien Decoder" finds a transmission from analogue Techno realms including bouncy bass synths and raw, unprocessed and surely uncompromising drum machine percussions as well as beloved sweeps from the Kraftwerk era. Towards the end of the album "Alpha Centaury II" delivers a legit 2k16 take on spaced-out AmbientTrance before the closing tune "Askin" amalgamates Hardcore House-references and fluttering filter attacks for a demanding, final attack on hard pumping dancefloors. Quality stuff for sure.

    Review by baze.djunkiii for Psychedelic Kitchen.

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Coming up these days is Sascha Müller's 43rd untitled album on his very own imprint Supersix Records Extra, providing us with approx. 80 minutes and eleven tracks of quality electronic music from his studio vaults. Starting things with "Sonniger Herbsttag" which translates as 'Sunny Autumn Day' we're taken straight into a ten minutes journey into classic, well-hypnotizing AcidTrance sporting a sweet oldskool'ish melody, sweet female vox and gooey modulations whilst "Wild Africa" comes across as hard-bangin, stab-heavy and tribal chant sporting RaveTechno affair for huge warehouses and crowds appreciating hard laser action and maximum E-induced madness. "Working" serves proper underground Techno with an undeniable Tribal touch for long hot nights, "XTRO" brings more gooey HypnoTrance-/ProtoTrance-goodness without ever thinking about using cheesy strings at all, the "Embassy" is a stripped down, yet fast-paced and racy workout for all lovers of late-90s The Advent productions and the poeticly titled "Sternenfeuer" leads into a sustained fire of hard hitting, heavily compressed Techno drums, crashing hi-hats and ever morphing, reverberating sci-fi modulations from outer space. With "Analog Audio" Sascha Müller brings back the dry, hyperenergetic Techno drill for those loving their sound dry and uberly precise, "AAA" is a deep, subaquatic Electro anthem for all those appreciating the sound of Drexciya or DJ Stingray to the fullest whilst the "Alien Decoder" finds a transmission from analogue Techno realms including bouncy bass synths and raw, unprocessed and surely uncompromising drum machine percussions as well as beloved sweeps from the Kraftwerk era. Towards the end of the album "Alpha Centaury II" delivers a legit 2k16 take on spaced-out AmbientTrance before the closing tune "Askin" amalgamates Hardcore House-references and fluttering filter attacks for a demanding, final attack on hard pumping dancefloors. Quality stuff for sure.

Review by baze.djunkiii for Psychedelic Kitchen.

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released April 4, 2016

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