Review: Children Of Tomorrow is a label managed by London-based Arnaud Le Texier and Emmanuel Ternois, who have a shared passion for techno lasting over 30 years. The gems showcased on this latest label compilation are not limited to: the pummelling cyclicality of Antonio De Angelis' "Level", the seething atmosphere of Casual Treatment's "Uncertain Present", or Ian Axide's mental acid trip "Theory". It's important as well to mention Michel Lauriola who channels that classic Downwards aesthetic on "Point of Disorder" and Stephen Mahoney closing it out with the old-school, DJ Rush vibe of "Subtract".
Review: Arnaud le Texier presents the next series of recruits for his newest venture Children Of Tomorrow; focused on hard hitting hypnotic techno grooves with Connection Series Vol. 5. First up is the droney sonar transmissions of current scene hero Antonio De Angelis with the fittingly titled "Drone", Barcelona based rising star Marla Singer with the tunnelling and trance inducing "Naked Face" while Moteka's "Xytyru" is one of the finest tributes to the Edit Select sound we've heard in a while. Elsewhere, PVS channels the vibe of early Prologue or Zooloft on Arcadia" and Wunderblock & Relic Radiation's "Recombination" will have you surrendering to the void in no time: awash in ethereal pads, churning synth loops and endless trails of reverb.