Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Twin Peetz & Sascha Müller - Berlin-Meppen Sessions [SM Tapes 002]

Yes, we love tapes and therefore we are pleased to take a a closer look at the "Berlin-Meppen Sessions", the latest split cassette release by our friends Sascha Müller and Twin Peetz via SM Tapes / Sascha Müller Music. Opening his side with "Airports", a sweet, more than 15 minutes spanning DubTechno effort garnished with atmospheric Field Recordings by Antistaticanimal, we see Twin Peetz paving the way for things to come including the follow up "The Tape Files (Tape Edit)" which is on a more driving and uplifting tip and could've well found a home on the well respected Echochord label which is known for its more melodic take on the genre. With "Audio Escape" Mr. Peetz continues on a similar tip but presents a way deeper approach musically built on a foundation of slightly broken, yet technoid beats before "The Tape Files (Deep Sleep Edit)" gets rid of any kind of underlying beats and provides a masterly crafted journey into dubbed out Ambient realms. On the flip Mr. Sascha Müller opens up with "Reversed Commando", a Deep Techno affair garnished with a few, ambient'ish and dubbed out atmospheric elements whilst "Gorkie Park" gives us more of a Cold Ambient vibe when it comes to the tunes' short intro that soon makes way for a classic and club friendly DubTechno approach whereas "Goldrich" fuses darkness and a more MinimalTechno-related feel to a great, floor filling effect before "Francies" concludes this tape album on a feverish, slightly tribal-infused and minimalistic tip and provides a proper soundtrack for pumping late night club sessions. Check!

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