Thanks to his sets at Berghain and releases for the Dystopian label, Rodhad is very much a Berlin phenomenon. However, this release for Kr!z' Token label should see him reach a wider audience. "Buzludzha" starts up with dense rhythms and insistent bleeps, but it's the esoteric, spooky textures that lend it a mysterious quality. "Energomash" is a straighter techno tool, enhanced by dry percussion and effective acid builds, while the title track sees Rodhad really prove his mettle. Focused on the dance floor like "Energomash", its bleepy rhythm veers into a dreamy segue that sounds more atmospheric than a dawn stroll through a snow-covered forest.
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