SSREXTRA50​-​1

by Sascha Müller

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    Touching down at its 50th release these days we see Supersix Records coming up with another twelve track album by the seemingly never sleeping producer Sascha Müller who opens the race with "Küchenhilfe", a minimalistic, well-experimental Techno cut surely inspired by Matthew Herbert and obviously drawing all its samples and sounds from abused kitchen equipment. With "File 8" we're entering straight up Techno floors, dancing our asses off to the tunes high octane attitude, "Fitt My Screen" brings in more of an uplifting video game score vibe for all the 8bit connaisseurs out there and "Floppy Tunes 01" rides a similar train but fuses the charming lo-fi vibe with superbusy breakbeat structures and deep ass bass lines reminiscent of early 90s Sheffield. In "Formic" we'll find more sub-heavy goodness accompanied by dry'n'thrilling TechnoJazz abstractions, "Gate Level" amalgamates deep Intelligent Techno, alien bleeps from outer space and a slowly morphing sawtooth bassline backing whilst "Genesis" keeps up with a raw and stripped down 1993 ProtoTrance vibe and sends punters up into an ever spiralling space-time-loop. "Hells Bells" announces the return of uncompromisingly banging ToolTechno sporting an eerie, off-kilter motif to send spooky shivers down every punters spine before "I Want To Believe" comes up with a classic, playful and ever busy take on Techno rolled out over a playtime of nearly 11 minutes and "Infected" unfolds as hectic, fast paced peaktime affair easily crossing the 140bpm line to work all prime time ravers until they can't dance no more. Second to last there's "Install" bringing in a hot and seductive groove alongside metallic percussions brought back into now by time travelling future tribes - defo a tune that Steve Mason would've hammered in his mid-90s BFBS sets. Closing the session is "Kreisrund", another quite Rave-orientated tune surely influenced by the likes of Thomas P Heckmann and Emmanuel Top and defo another winner amongst many on this recommended album piece.

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Touching down at its 50th release these days we see Supersix Records coming up with another twelve track album by the seemingly never sleeping producer Sascha Müller who opens the race with "Küchenhilfe", a minimalistic, well-experimental Techno cut surely inspired by Matthew Herbert and obviously drawing all its samples and sounds from abused kitchen equipment. With "File 8" we're entering straight up Techno floors, dancing our asses off to the tunes high octane attitude, "Fitt My Screen" brings in more of an uplifting video game score vibe for all the 8bit connaisseurs out there and "Floppy Tunes 01" rides a similar train but fuses the charming lo-fi vibe with superbusy breakbeat structures and deep ass bass lines reminiscent of early 90s Sheffield. In "Formic" we'll find more sub-heavy goodness accompanied by dry'n'thrilling TechnoJazz abstractions, "Gate Level" amalgamates deep Intelligent Techno, alien bleeps from outer space and a slowly morphing sawtooth bassline backing whilst "Genesis" keeps up with a raw and stripped down 1993 ProtoTrance vibe and sends punters up into an ever spiralling space-time-loop. "Hells Bells" announces the return of uncompromisingly banging ToolTechno sporting an eerie, off-kilter motif to send spooky shivers down every punters spine before "I Want To Believe" comes up with a classic, playful and ever busy take on Techno rolled out over a playtime of nearly 11 minutes and "Infected" unfolds as hectic, fast paced peaktime affair easily crossing the 140bpm line to work all prime time ravers until they can't dance no more. Second to last there's "Install" bringing in a hot and seductive groove alongside metallic percussions brought back into now by time travelling future tribes - defo a tune that Steve Mason would've hammered in his mid-90s BFBS sets. Closing the session is "Kreisrund", another quite Rave-orientated tune surely influenced by the likes of Thomas P Heckmann and Emmanuel Top and defo another winner amongst many on this recommended album piece.

Review by baze.djunkiii for Psychedelic Kitchen

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released November 20, 2016

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