SSREXTRA51​-​1

by Sascha Müller

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    And we're coming in with another review of an album churned out by the quite unstoppable producer known as Sascha Müller on his own Supersix Records Extra-imprint these days, once again weighing in a selection of twelve tunes he's been digging up from his studio archives. With "Laboratory" he's going in strong with a massively tripping Techno / TechTrance hybrid for well psychedelic moments on the dancefloor, "Life" caters a bit of an uplifting 80s-infused TechnoDisco flavour like in releases one would be likely to find on International DeeJay Gigolo Records in the early stages of the label and fuses these influences with a proper Trance attitude, "Mathemaat" comes across with a raw and straight up early Chicago Acid banger attitude whilst the "Monitor Level" induces a very special form of spiralling brain Trance using just a sparse array of sonic elements to get there. The "Moon" in Sascha Müller's universe shines brightly over a party fueled by seductive AcidTrance vibes ca. 1994, "Morgenstund" fuses a playful, friendly synth sequence with quite stomping bassdrums in a kind of quirky, yet not unpleasant way and "Move My Body" provides quite a bit of a lurking, well-intense threat that enters todays AcidTechno realms from a darker future. Following up is "Multiples", another vibrant, gooey and slightly psychedelic tune exploring the borderlands between Techno and high quality Trance before the "Night In Persia" brings on some hot tribalistic rhythm signatures and a well-recognizable uplifting main motif alongside epic panorama pads for the late night Tech crowd. Following the way of the "Pathfinder" we're lead towards the center of a heaving warehouse Rave floor brocking out on proper medications, willing to take part in the "Philadelphia Experiment" scheduled for the day after, setting out to alter your subsconcious through an amalgamation of dry'n'decent Techno with a House pad garnish and ritualistic gong sounds before the final cut "Protozellen" provides some proper space filter action on top of an ever evolving, yet minimalist structure built on slightly overdriven bassdrums and extraterrestrial bleeps. Proper, dat.

    Review by baze.djunkiii for Psychedelic Kitchen.

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And we're coming in with another review of an album churned out by the quite unstoppable producer known as Sascha Müller on his own Supersix Records Extra-imprint these days, once again weighing in a selection of twelve tunes he's been digging up from his studio archives. With "Laboratory" he's going in strong with a massively tripping Techno / TechTrance hybrid for well psychedelic moments on the dancefloor, "Life" caters a bit of an uplifting 80s-infused TechnoDisco flavour like in releases one would be likely to find on International DeeJay Gigolo Records in the early stages of the label and fuses these influences with a proper Trance attitude, "Mathemaat" comes across with a raw and straight up early Chicago Acid banger attitude whilst the "Monitor Level" induces a very special form of spiralling brain Trance using just a sparse array of sonic elements to get there. The "Moon" in Sascha Müller's universe shines brightly over a party fueled by seductive AcidTrance vibes ca. 1994, "Morgenstund" fuses a playful, friendly synth sequence with quite stomping bassdrums in a kind of quirky, yet not unpleasant way and "Move My Body" provides quite a bit of a lurking, well-intense threat that enters todays AcidTechno realms from a darker future. Following up is "Multiples", another vibrant, gooey and slightly psychedelic tune exploring the borderlands between Techno and high quality Trance before the "Night In Persia" brings on some hot tribalistic rhythm signatures and a well-recognizable uplifting main motif alongside epic panorama pads for the late night Tech crowd. Following the way of the "Pathfinder" we're lead towards the center of a heaving warehouse Rave floor brocking out on proper medications, willing to take part in the "Philadelphia Experiment" scheduled for the day after, setting out to alter your subsconcious through an amalgamation of dry'n'decent Techno with a House pad garnish and ritualistic gong sounds before the final cut "Protozellen" provides some proper space filter action on top of an ever evolving, yet minimalist structure built on slightly overdriven bassdrums and extraterrestrial bleeps. Proper, dat.

Review by baze.djunkiii for Psychedelic Kitchen.

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released December 29, 2016

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