Sunday, January 31, 2016
And here we go again with Sascha Müller's fortieth - sic!!! - untitled album release on his own imprint Super Six Records Extra which brings us another twelve previously unreleased tunes from the vaults. Starting things with the stripped down, seductive, killer House grooves of "Diamond & Pearls Part I" the multiactive producer is able to step into the center of attention from the very first seconds onwards and progresses into distorted, uptempo TechTrance with the following tune "23" that brings back the early noughties and keeps punters buzzing for sure. With "Dumonde" we see Sascha Müller on a more tool-orientated machine music tip, serving uncompromising percussion works and slightly modulated stabs, "Euroman" caters stomping, compressed drums and a haunting, horror-score resembling main motif before "Fallin" starts to fuse floating, Trance-influenced string arrangements and distorted, yet not necessarily hard Drum'n'Bass beats. Besides that we see "Fastgraph" entering spiralling Rave realms, "Fetisch" pleasing all lovers of gummy, gooey Acid and mellow chords, "Ratsbee" meanders in between classic Electro and thrilling TechnoJazz in the vein of abstract Steve Stoll or Cari Lekebusch productions and "Geigerzähler" arranges scientific, Clicks'n'Cuts-reminiscing sounds in a rhythmic order for pretty advanced venues. Furthermore "Headphone Music" caters electroid structures, decent Acid lines and sweet, floating synth melodies for advanced late night dancefloors, "I Am A Machine" is a dry, scientific lesson in hard, pounding, yet stripped down Techno accompanied by occasional vocoder bits and the final tune "Lobotomie" brings back racing, breathless ToolTechno for those who love their heavy dancefloor workout right. Check.