It sounds like Martin Landsky's world has been turned upside down. Usually the purveyor of classy tech house, the Poker Flat regular's latest outing features a bass so dark and moody, it could have been borrowed from early 90s hardcore. Fused with an ominous vocal, it gives the impression that the German producer is focusing on the darker side of the human psyche. There is a similar mood on the dub take, with Landsky using dramatic chord builds and dubbed out drums to articulate his feelings. The only exception to this prevalent mood is on "Norway", with its melancholic synth, snappy percussion and smart claps offering a reflective alternative.
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Martin LandskyPoker Flat Germany
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