Days Of Being Wild is an electronic music label based in London. Following up great releases by the likes of Franz Matthews and Curses, it is now time for Offset aka Philippe Juven - who has previously released on top labels like Coprrespondant and Factor City. We are all over the late night, neon-lit electro house of "Night Drive" which could draw comparisons to Lifelike's output in the late noughties, or as one outlet put it: it's like 'a night drive back to San Junipero circa 1986', too right! There is also the slow burning acid of "Chase" and the brooding yet sexed up EBM vibe of "Wander" which will channel your inner goth just like the first track. Speaking of which, you're in luck: because "Night Drive" gets a Club Bizarre remix that takes the fervent energy of the original to something more balmy and atmospheric - like something you'd hear on the Miami Vice soundtrack.
Dutch producer Offset inaugurates his new Rotterdam Electronix imprint with a slab of heavyweight electro and gutsy techno excursions on the Ecotone EP. Starting off with the rusty and dusted down smack electro of "You Are Not My Friend", "Bionic Circuits" then gets into some dark/deep and neon-lit techno grooves. "Gate Invader" is a nicely hypnotic dub workout reminiscent of early Davide Squillace, while "You Can't Take Me Down" gets back into the electro game in properly Dutch fashion: it's reminiscent of local legends like I-F or Alden Tyrell. This is an impressive debut indeed and we are certainly excited for what's in store next from this emerging label.