Hamburg's kings of peak time minimal return with more stadium sized dancefloor destroyers, this time for Christian Smith's long running Tronic imprint. When not releasing on their own KD Music, they're doing stuff on Drumcode and 100% Pure, so they know what they're doing. "Trinity" is a tough pre peak time adrenaliser with chunky and phaed out synth stabs and epic doom laden strings backed by a furious, cavernous beat. Second track "Sherman" features the same pounding and reverberated kick but this time supported techno stabs, hissing open high hats and a dreamy whirling melody. Surefire and reliable techno for any occasion.
Kaiserdisco return to Drumcode, one of the labels that they have released on many times over the years. "Get Enough" kick starts Toleranz in familiar, raucous Kaiserdisco mode as the Hamburg duo drop a pulsing, electronic disco groove backed up by steely drums and percussion. A similar, albeit more understated sound prevails on the title track, but this is not echoed elsewhere. "Cobra" sees the pair focus on surging chords and a chugging techno groove, while the Pleasurekraft remix of "Sq80" ushers in another change of direction. Frozen melodies and rolling snares put a spotlight on a trance sound that is equal measures 90s Eye Q and 00s Kompakt.