Slovenia-based Borut Margon's first EP for Wavetec is nothing short of stellar. His stunningly produced brand of techno is destined to dancefloor greatness worldwide.
The EP kicks off with the stormer, Gya. Anybody who doesn't immediately feel the urge to shake a tailbone when this bassline comes in just doesn't get it. Chunky synths and syncopated hihats abound! Track 2, Fortnight is reminiscent of Aril Brikha & Hallucinator. On side B, Hyperfine Transisition is a pulsating slice of electro-techno that subtly ebbs and flows its way into your sub-conscious. Finally, Positive Numbers combines a 2-step percussion with 4/4 beats for a track that would sound right at home being played by Carl Cox or Sven Vath. The cascading beatdown never felt so good, and sounds even better when Borut goes berserk with the electronic noises. Pure energetic bliss!
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