The mighty Brassfoot (Apron) going overseas with a devestating ep on the Dutch Bio Rhythm imprint, delivering five grim yet hedonistic & intense post-modern voodoo jack tracks, kickstarting what appears to be the labels' second phase.
01. Willkommen Bei Wurstelbox
02. She Said Her Name Was Sugarlips
04. Stan Was Scared to Look
MB's debut for Bio Rhythm... What can we say?
'The Miracle Sign' hit us by surprise... Title track is a beautiful and epic journey in techno soul quite rare to hear these days, reminding a bit of early nineties Detroit/UK techno and even some of the early Speedy J works, all with nowadays production skills. Stunning contemporary techno the classic way.
Then from heaven to hell with '60606', an evil distorted acidic drum track guaranteed to damage kids brains worldwide... But no time to think long anyway cause there's 'We Only Have', an autistic out-of-the-box jack track providing a sneaky tool for the more adventurous dj. This will separate the gurners from the dancers.
Top-notch showcase by the unstoppable man-machine that is Marco Bernardi..!
1. The Miracle Sign
3. We Only Have
Released 15th March
Official re-release. Previously released on the nowadays impossible-to-get Blue Attack records, the short living sublabel of Bunker records releasing hardcore freeparty techno in the early to mid-nineties. 'T-Warp' is an archetypical track for this period: fast, subversive, dark and psychedelic. Re-mastered from the original source and pressed on a full side of 45RPM vinyl, it never sounded meaner before. Beam yourself up to the golden age when, while mainstream techno was turning into its capitalistic opposite, the truly free were kicking it in the dirt. It's time again.