SSREXTRA47​-​1

by Sascha Müller

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    The man known as Sascha Müller is back on track with a new untitled album on his very own imprint Supersix Records Extra, the 47th release on the label and another hefty pack of twelve tracks for fans and followers of dancefloor focused electronic music. The opener "Showtime" weighs in a quite functional attitude in terms of classic Techno, sporting lively synths and super sharp hi-hats for banging peaktime sets whilst the subsequent "Smile When You Die" comes across as a way darker tune on the border to slightly mechanical, Industrial-influenced Broken Techno that's well informed by Acid. 433 seconds of "Spacetalk" turn out to be a space-themed Ambient / Deep Listening affair, "Stahlplatten" is a hard pounding tool for trueskool Techno headz loving their strident climax to bits, "Taber" explores dry and abstract, subaquatic Techno realms accompanied by gooey layers of Acid and the place called "Terra Magnetica" is reminiscent of how alien planets once were depicted in vintage sci-fi flics - colourful yet totally strange and outlandish. "The Acid Man" is coming at all of us from the dark side, catering a more electroid continuation of what tunes like "Where's Your Child?" once started before "The Interaction" combines a warm, all embracing bass motif, beauteous string layers, 'troity melodies and a decent uptempo beat foundation, serving a 2k16 blueprint of what the term Intelligent Techno is all about and "Tora Tora" combines hard, relentless and hypercompressed drums with jumpy Acid synths and off kilter stabs to successfully hype the raving crew to the max. Furthermore we're going on a "Trip To Space" which is fueled by masterly crafted, yet a little kitsch-driven Acid Trance, "Unit 4 - Outdoor" is a brutal variation of Combat Techno and the final "Untitled" cut provides a peaceful and well epic SynthAmbient conclusion to what is defo an album of proper quality - again.

    Review by baze.djunkiii for Psychedelic Kitchen.

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The man known as Sascha Müller is back on track with a new untitled album on his very own imprint Supersix Records Extra, the 47th release on the label and another hefty pack of twelve tracks for fans and followers of dancefloor focused electronic music. The opener "Showtime" weighs in a quite functional attitude in terms of classic Techno, sporting lively synths and super sharp hi-hats for banging peaktime sets whilst the subsequent "Smile When You Die" comes across as a way darker tune on the border to slightly mechanical, Industrial-influenced Broken Techno that's well informed by Acid. 433 seconds of "Spacetalk" turn out to be a space-themed Ambient / Deep Listening affair, "Stahlplatten" is a hard pounding tool for trueskool Techno headz loving their strident climax to bits, "Taber" explores dry and abstract, subaquatic Techno realms accompanied by gooey layers of Acid and the place called "Terra Magnetica" is reminiscent of how alien planets once were depicted in vintage sci-fi flics - colourful yet totally strange and outlandish. "The Acid Man" is coming at all of us from the dark side, catering a more electroid continuation of what tunes like "Where's Your Child?" once started before "The Interaction" combines a warm, all embracing bass motif, beauteous string layers, 'troity melodies and a decent uptempo beat foundation, serving a 2k16 blueprint of what the term Intelligent Techno is all about and "Tora Tora" combines hard, relentless and hypercompressed drums with jumpy Acid synths and off kilter stabs to successfully hype the raving crew to the max. Furthermore we're going on a "Trip To Space" which is fueled by masterly crafted, yet a little kitsch-driven Acid Trance, "Unit 4 - Outdoor" is a brutal variation of Combat Techno and the final "Untitled" cut provides a peaceful and well epic SynthAmbient conclusion to what is defo an album of proper quality - again.

Review by baze.djunkiii for Psychedelic Kitchen.

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released September 11, 2016

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