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All Killer No Filler Vol.1

All Killer No Filler Vol.1

Catno

MPHS001

Formats

1x Vinyl 12"

Country

Germany

Release date

Sep 28, 2022

All Killer no Filler Vol. 1 is the first release of the Köln based label Mephis. On this first delivery we are handed a 4 piece compilation from young uruguayan producers, all with their particular sort of spiciness and playful mischief. Alfalfa’s Vectorial Dings opens the EP with rusty acidic tones, eerie pads, warped drum samples and an overall restlessness that creeps through your spine inviting you into the dancefloor. Techno met Acid, flirted with Breaks and slapped Electro’s butt. An acidic variety of spiciness. Techno Trax follows, where diCarlo manages to create a playful atmosphere, with creative ever changing drum patterns, filter sweeping goodness, arpeggiated synth lines and deep hypnotic vocal samples. A sexy kind of spiciness. Elias Sternin’s track is a real banger, taking allthe classic ingredients for a steaming hot dancefloor stew. A cup of techno, a teaspoon of trance reminiscence, a pinch of progressive condiment, all served on a bed of arpeggiated goodness and rolling bass. A familiar yet refreshing take on spicy sauce. Closing the EP comes Lo-Lo with Brittany Stryker. Cold cutting synths, saturated and juicy bass, chonky percussions and a restraint propper of a spice connoisseur. Every element compliments the other, creating an odylic and tightly packed electro gem. A spicy; gazpacho looking, cold and sharp soup.

Available in 23 days

Sep 28, 2022

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M

15.5€*

*Taxes included, shipping price excluded

A1

Alfalfa -Vectorial Dings

A2

Gianluca Di Carlo -Techno Traxx

B1

Lo-Lo -Brittany Stryker

B2

Elias Sternin -The Marriage Between Humans and Technology

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