Affin continues its transition from house to deepest techno on Tremor. The title track revolves around a throbbing, dubby bass, ticking percussion and wave upon wave of building chords. Niereich's remix pushes the track closer to a contemporary Berlin sound, its stepping rhythms and chiming bells coming across like a mixture of Shed's Equalized project and Efdemin. Paul Boex's version is surprisingly mellow, given his background with Dynamic Reflection, and it's based on dubby beats and mellow, wispy chords. Meanwhile, Dax J does his bit to reaccquant listeners with 90s techno, and on the churning chords of "New Beginnings", he sounds like Dave Clarke at his most bombastic.
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