PRTCL drops a solo EP for Berlin imprint Humanoid this month featuring more of his trademark tech-laced grooves, and we’ve got the exclusive on Late One (As Always) for you to check out today! Imbued with the throbbing grooves of Berlin techno, this is 100% hypnotic roller territory…watch out for the EP dropping this Friday at digital stores.
Xenon returns to DSCI4 with his first solo EP following on from a collaboration on PRTCL’s last EP for the label last year. Suppressed Feelings represents the fusion of Berlin techno and classic techstep that defines Xenon’s sound; hypnotic, dark and groove-focused, this is the sound of dark rooms at 5am. Hit up Beatport to grab the EP now, with full release following from May 11th.
Survey continue to hone their sound with a great new EP for US label Translation. Fans of the Berlin based duo will know what to expect here; industrial, grimey techstep in the vein of early Ulterior Motive.
Most of the EP focusses on the half-time tempo with detailed, gritty textures among sparse beats. For us though the standout track is the crisp, rolling beat of the more conventional Paperhands. Check out the clips below and hit up the Translation Bandcamp to grab the release now.
Protect Audio return with a top new EP from German production outfit Survey. Fresh from releases on Invisible and Authentic, Survey are slowly carving themselves a rep for crisp, techy beats and this latest EP sees their style and talents honed once again.
Collapse kicks things off with a smooth slice of rolling techstep which brings to mind early Ulterior Motive productions for Subtitles Music. Jumpat gets in on the action for 9814, which keeps the grimey bass texture but switches the drum rhythms up in favour of weird, tribal syncopations aimed more at your head than your dancing shoes.
The tone and detail continue through Fragment and Inhale, both harnessing a darkness and industrial quality which may well be inspired by the atmosphere of Survey’s current home, Berlin. Check out the clips below and watch out for this dropping on CD and digital from October 20th.
Berlin-based production duo Survey aren’t a name I’ve come across in my previous travels but their latest release for Protect Audio certainly marks them as one to watch! Grid Sheet starts things off nicely with a dark, gritty vibe which continues over on the flip. Crisp beats and dark, complex but understated bass are the order of the day here. Favourable comparisons can definitely be drawn to the likes of Octane & DLR and Enei.
Check out the beats below and grab yourself a copy, out today!