• sau poler Orchestron (12", £10.75)

    The third instalment from Barcelona’s Nitsa Club record label digs into uncharted territories. If the first release was a strong and balanced mixture between EBM and minimal techno and the second one paid a heartfelt and honest homage to Detroit electronic heroes, Sau Poler’s ‘Orchestron’ decides to draw a line between emotional melodies and techno rhythms while keeping a strong peak time momentum. Young producer from Badalona who already released on labels like Atomnation, Modern Obscure Music and Lo Recordings, Sau knows how to build a banger with soul without being too cheesy. With an insane pulsating baseline, some high pitched synth swirls and a crispy rhythm that resembles a krautrock drum machine, ‘Orchestron’ will be played a lot during the next months. On the B-side there’s a remix from Estrato Aurora. 50% of Lontano, legendary electronic band during the early 00’s in Valencia, Jaime Romero takes away the cheerful playful disco that made him famous to a psychedelic and obsessive deep techno.

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