Patrick Chardronnet returns to Audiomatique with some burning, late night tech house of the highest quality. The chunky groove and unforgettable synth stabs on "Pleasant Day" mark it out as the undisputed highlight of the EP - expect to hear this in sweat drenched clubs all summer long! "Aim" goes deeper still, with shuffling percussion and a killer breakdown, while "Twist" rounds off the package with an acid tinged trip through moody atmospherics and early morning delights.
Japanese-Austrian producer Ken Hayakawa is a bit of a veteran when it comes to glitch-ready, minimalistic house and techno, ever expanding and evolving his sound through deep, dreamy harmonics. While he's released on a wide range of labels, he makes his debut here for Audiomatique, kicking off with the cerebral, progressive aesthetics of "Ronald", the sort of club banger for the early hours. "Pennywise" is similarly progressive in its movement, blending ethereal sounds with distorted bass frequencies, but the mood is more energetic here, redy and shaped up for pure dancefloor murder.