Release Date: 21st August 2020
International Chrome returns!
Mr. E.S.S. is back under his more commonly known alias 'DeFeKT'. The Dublin-based Modular madman serves up four weighty slabs of the finest club-ready electro funk, featuring two guest appearances from Jensen Interceptor.
a1. DeFeKt - Mind Lock ft Jensen Interceptor
a2. DeFeKt - You Have Time
b1. DeFeKt - Malfunction ft Jensen Interceptor
b2. DeFeKt - Stacked
Release Date: 22nd February 2019
ESS - Sometimes we need to revisit the past to discover the future. That's why we are so happy to present the incredible Electronic Speech Systems 'Capsule Collection' (by Dublin's electro modular warrior DeFeKT). A selection of his finest works from his three only releases in 2011 on 'New Flesh', 'Takeover Recordings' & 'AC Records' have been remastered to form an electro tour de force.
We pull the trigger with his deadliest of weapons 'Trigger My Sequencer'. A full throttled four-to-the-floor doppler dance werk out. The expelling of his drexciyan demons continues with the polar cap melting 'Thermo Drive', a deep dive into aquatic funk & electro dub waves.
On the flip, slicing chord stabs and pulsing signals launch us back into the milky way with 'Halley's Comet'. The fusion of Kraftwerk inspired grooves & pulsing alpha juno synth lines pair perfectly to make it a certified electro cult classic. Lastly JX10 brings it home with a beautiful arrangement and showcase of perfectly executed electronic architecture, leaving us speechless.
a1. ESS - Trigger My Sequencer
a2. ESS - Thermo Drive
b1. ESS - Halley's Comet
b2. ESS - JX10
Release Date: 21st of September 2018
Assembler Code - We\'ve felt this one coming for a minute now. After an unstoppable run of releases along side Jensen Interceptor on labels such as Cultivated Electronics, Private Persons & Boysnoize Records, AC is finally flying solo with this 4 track electro assault masterpiece \'Mental Escape\'.
Plugging into the title track \'Mental Escape\', it\'s a rugged machine driven work out through IDM & Industrial landscapes formulated to present his vision of futuristic electro whilst still providing all the nostalgic Rother & Drexcyian nods we all love.
Now that the tone has been set, \'Simulant\' follows suit. Entering the celestial sphere via some haunting sci-fi strings, we\'re slapped in the face with slamming percussion followed by a relentless acidic modulated baseline that takes us from one planet to the next at light speed.
The Journey wouldn\'t be complete with out his old partner in crime Jensen Interceptor coming on board for a ride. \'Type 2\' is a classic case of past meets present. Scrapyard industrial groove ready to split speakers at your next warehouse party married with a selection of classic Alpha sounds to keep all the purists in check.
The thunder continues to the very end. If you\'re a tape saturation fiend begging for your next 808 crack hit, prepare to have your back bent in half with euphoria as soon as \'Hal\'s Machine Tool\' is injected into your ears. In short, 4 minutes & 44 seconds of hard nasty robotic electro booty sweat.
a1. Assembler Code - Mental Escape
a2. Assembler Code - Simulant
b1. Assembler Code feat. Jensen Interceptor - Type2
b2. Assembler Code - HAL's Machine