Wesen continues our release of quality Techno, with part five of the series. Using a MachineDrum and a few other select pieces of kit, Wesen has honed his skills on a selection of forums as well as in the live environment. Undoubtedly funky Techno born out of an organic construction process, it all forms a great blend of tight micro rhythms, subtle pad sounds and bubbling bass.
"it's a mighty fine release. 3 cuts of bumping, funky, slightly-but-not-too minimal with cracking analogue sounding bass and synths and some seriously bumping rhythm programming."
"If you've enjoyed the other releases on the label I seriously suggest you check this EP out. Another string to the bow of Rednetic then. Class."
"quality post-midnight music"
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"'whatever my dear' a glorious slice of mind weaving dance floor mooching alchemy"
"'Whatever My Dear' slips and slides with a throbbing, analogue-fueled bump that's minimal on paper but maximal in spirit. At times tinged with acid and splashed with textural smears, the sleek track offers a strong argument for Odendahl's skills as a genre practitioner."
"its three tracks cut to the heart of the matter with admirable dispatch."
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"For my money, it's opening track 'Whatever My Dear' that offers up the real gold here, cooly balancing a dark, ominous analogue synth bassline and zapping, minimalist snares with a tumbling, almost dubby backdrop of refracted melodic tones that calls to mind the Kompakt label's aesthetic."
"As Wesen's debut recorded offering, 'Zwiebel' certainly represents an extremely impressive opening gambit."
Read the review at www.cyclicdefrost.com
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