KlangKuenstler and Jiggler join forces and give a nod to the good old rave days on this split EP. KlangKuenstler's "Save The Rave" is a take on the '90s sound, complete with a brooding bassline and 303 acid flourishes. There is an brazen nod to rave, yet the artist manages to carve his own style in its arrangement by adding plenty of energy. "Impact" is a dark journey track where solemn strings build up tension, joined by eerie/hypnotic loops: but just wait for that breakdown. Klangkuenstlers second offering "Exodia" goes for that classic rave aesthetic too, with swirling synths and advanced rhythms. Finally, Jiggler explores a deeper route on the atmospheric "Stairs", a powerful, bass-heavy cut geared for absolute dancefloor drama.
Oliver Koletzki's minimal label pushes the contemporary club sounds that fit right in with the current status quo. Moonwalk and Rafael Cerato's "Phenomena" is a dark, melodic, journey track that would make Tale Of Us or Mind Against stand up and notice. Boy Next Door's killer peak time anthem "Lovely L" features a massive and razor sharp bassline supporting equally fierce elements for dance floor mayhem. Also of honourable mention are Berlin legends Channel X with the wonky and downright epic killer "Supernova" which will no doubt rock the house and KlangKuenstler's dark, rusty and downright bangin' "Drunk In Chicago".