The first artist album to be released on Mumdance and Logos' Different Circles imprint is from Chevel. The Italian producer (Dario Tronchin) presents his most focused and realised vision on the Always Yours LP, serving up some textural, abrasive, industrial edged and UK influenced perspectives. A lot has changed since his early releases on labels like Stroboscopic Artefacts where he created his brand of ethereal techno. From the contorted techno of dynamic opener "The Call", to the bass heavy sludge of "Bullet" or "Arp 2600" to moments of jagged/angular IDM like "Data Recovery", Tronchin's sonic realisations prove they've certainly reached another level in his career.
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