Listening to Narciss' debut release for Lobster Theremin, it feels like the wave of 90s trance never happened. The German producer starts the release with "Diable Jambe", which comes across as a tough ebm-flavoured take on Harthouse material. "Sundowner (Body 2 Body Mix)", with its melodramatic melodic flourishes, sees Narciss opt for a more mainstream take on trance, while on "Detroit Smash" he delivers his own flawless interpretation of the grey area where the form coexisted with techno, thanks to the use of dramatic chord builds. Rounding off this distinctive EP is the acid-frazzled " Fragments Of A Language Of Love". which comes across as a slightly more benign take on Emmanuel Top's sound.
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