War In Space

from SSREXTRA48 by Sascha Müller

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    Coming from the vault of our ever active friend Sascha Müller is his 48th untitled album in an ongoing series released on his very own label Supersix Records, serving another round of ten tunes of quality electronic music. Opening the album is "Walk In Space (Radio Edit)", an uplifting TechTrance mover sporting well-cheesy female vocoder lines and over the top string arrangements surely appealing to a more commercial audience, the following "Stimmulations Rhythmus" caters a nearly 13 minutes ride on a deep Ambient Electro- / IDM-wave that seems to be coming at us straight from the first half of the 90s and the so-called 'No Vocal Mix' of "Walk In Space" leaves out, as the name already suggests, the vocal bits which defo comes across as a proper improvement for a reason. After this finding we're confronted with "War In Space", a gooey, spiralling vision of dark, banging Acid Trance meets Techno somehow evoking faded memories of Marco Zaffarano's "Weltklang" single released back in 2000, "What We Do" fuses fast paced, multi-layered, percussive Techno, super sharp hi-hats and a killer synth bass motif for peak crowds on fire, "Zero Level" fools around with humongous, slightly distorted bass tones on a sub level for a little more than 12 minutes and "Gravitation" once again goes back to the experimental, and in parts even innocent, 'everything goes'-feel of early 90s IDM soundwise, partly being reminiscent of acts like Future Sound Of London / FSOL in their darker moments, and their like-minded companions of course. Furthermore we've got "Sternenstädtchen" bringing on proper, more stripped down ClubTechno vibes with a hypnotizing twist, the third version of "Walk In Space" - the so-called 'Club Mix' - touches the border of HardTechno / Hardcore with its hypercompressed marching drums albeit being still melodic as fuck and the concluding "Alien Space Phonk" gets all punters hyped with an on point Tribal Techno vibe for sure.

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Coming from the vault of our ever active friend Sascha Müller is his 48th untitled album in an ongoing series released on his very own label Supersix Records, serving another round of ten tunes of quality electronic music. Opening the album is "Walk In Space (Radio Edit)", an uplifting TechTrance mover sporting well-cheesy female vocoder lines and over the top string arrangements surely appealing to a more commercial audience, the following "Stimmulations Rhythmus" caters a nearly 13 minutes ride on a deep Ambient Electro- / IDM-wave that seems to be coming at us straight from the first half of the 90s and the so-called 'No Vocal Mix' of "Walk In Space" leaves out, as the name already suggests, the vocal bits which defo comes across as a proper improvement for a reason. After this finding we're confronted with "War In Space", a gooey, spiralling vision of dark, banging Acid Trance meets Techno somehow evoking faded memories of Marco Zaffarano's "Weltklang" single released back in 2000, "What We Do" fuses fast paced, multi-layered, percussive Techno, super sharp hi-hats and a killer synth bass motif for peak crowds on fire, "Zero Level" fools around with humongous, slightly distorted bass tones on a sub level for a little more than 12 minutes and "Gravitation" once again goes back to the experimental, and in parts even innocent, 'everything goes'-feel of early 90s IDM soundwise, partly being reminiscent of acts like Future Sound Of London / FSOL in their darker moments, and their like-minded companions of course. Furthermore we've got "Sternenstädtchen" bringing on proper, more stripped down ClubTechno vibes with a hypnotizing twist, the third version of "Walk In Space" - the so-called 'Club Mix' - touches the border of HardTechno / Hardcore with its hypercompressed marching drums albeit being still melodic as fuck and the concluding "Alien Space Phonk" gets all punters hyped with an on point Tribal Techno vibe for sure.

Review by baze.djunkiii for Psychedelic Kitchen

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from SSREXTRA48, released September 30, 2016

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