On Blurse, his first album, Dario Tronchin aka Chevel pushes the boundaries of techno music. In places consisting of little more than microscopic beats and hammered out morse code - "Loop 42" and "Flippant Remark" - in other places incredibly complex, eg on the lithe drums and labyrinthine jazz textures of "Loop 33" and "Down And Out", it's clear that Blurse isn't just another techno artist trying to flex their muscles in the home listening section. "Low Roof" resounds to a recoiling jungle bassline and at the other end of the spectrum, "Heimweh" descends into a discordant, noisy mess. It's a brave, bold debut.
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