In the latest irregular twist in the Metamorphic saga the US label welcomes Myles Serge. The title track is a furious percussive assault. Its firing hats and tough drums underpin a ponderous vocal sample that sounds like a close cousin to the one used on Richie Hawtin's "Bang Da Box" (as Jack Master). In stark contrast is "Agus" a deep and emotive slice of Detroit-style techno that is redolent of label owner Dan Curtin's sound. Serge also draws inspiration from the Metamorphic boss on "Tolo". There brittle off beats and atmospheric synths make for one of this year's most reflective techno tracks.
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Myles SergeMetamorphic Recordings
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