There aren't that many underground labels that specialise in putting out split releases. Maybe this is because Dutch label Field excels at compiling tracks from various producers and no one else wants to compete with them. Certainly, Field's expertise is audible on this third taster for its first CD collection. Every track on 3/3 is dance floor based, but each one is different. '"Narcosis" by Artefakt sounds like a midnight ride through a tunnel, the steel girders and yellow lights reflected in its wiry framework, while Iori's "Inject" is a grimy rhythm soaked in acid. Finally, Szare reverts to a similarly futurist approach as Artefakt, but "All Over" is more stepping and grittier, thanks to its tough drums and claps.
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