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Malice Of Absence (original mix) - (10:58) 108 BPM
Malice Of Absence (Red Axes feat Yovav remix) - (8:14) 108 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Malice Of Absence (Richard Sen remix) - (6:21) 116 BPM
Review: Finally on digitsal. Rotten City based in Madrid, is overseen by partners in crime Alvaro Cabana Juliana Leyva, and born to maximize synergies between different music scenes, breaking barriers to get to a common factor: quality music without pigeonholing. Nein Records man Tronik Youth handles the debut release from Rotten City, backed with remixes from the esteemed Red Axes and Richard Sen. Guided by the force of synths, "Malice Of Absence" is an intense voyage to the depth of strobes and flash... For their remix, Red Axes steers the listener towards a Balearic sunset governed by the melodies of Art of Noise, the horizontal flights of Vangelis and the spiritual calmness of Mr. Fingers. Richard Sen rises the speed gently and resolves the equation that the German cosmic exposition has deposited under a mirror ball of The Loft in a space with a life of its own.
RCR 001
27 Jul 17
Splinter Of The Minds Eye (original mix) - (6:59) 108 BPM
Splinter Of The Minds Eye (Peza mix) - (5:50) 109 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Splinter Of The Minds Eye (Two Mamarrachos mix) - (7:30) 113 BPM
Splinter Of The Minds Eye (Dark Strands mix) - (6:23) 101 BPM
Splinter Of The Minds Eye (Los Lopez mix) - (8:49) 117 BPM
Review: Having spent much of 2014 impressing with his superb (and delightfully eccentric) CTRL+S Edits series, Tronik Youth returns to the world of original production. As you might expect, "Splinter Of The Mind's Eye" chugs hard, with psychedelic vocal samples, trippy electronics and twinkling piano flourishes wrapping themselves around a druggy, Italo-influenced groove. It's rather good, all told, and sits somewhere between murky nu-disco and early '90s "intelligent techno" (think Brown Album-era Orbital). The remix package is particularly strong, with similarly psychedelic interpretations from Peza and Two Mamarochos being joined by a brilliantly ragged, armour-clad acid tweak from Los Lopez. Best of all, though, is the Dark Strands remix, which turns the track into a sensual, slo-mo Balearic chugger.
NEIN 016
16 Feb 15
The Shaker - (5:20) 117 BPM
The Shaker (Bird Of Paradise remix) - (5:57) 121 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
The Shaker (Barney Khan Renix) - (5:41) 124 BPM
Review: Tronik Youth returns with more brooding EBM grooves in the form of "The Shaker" on his London/Berlin based imprint Nein. Steely vintage drum computers face off with rusty, grinding arpeggios and teutonic vocal chants - all you need right here! Two awesome remixes are included: Correspondant's Bird Of Paradise delivers a typically neon-lit, '80's rock styled rendition that's full of soaring guitar feedback, but Barney Khan's remix is the one that really delivers a different perspective. A nefarious, monstrous slow burning techno version in the vein of Happa or Sawf that soundtracks the oncoming apocalypse in wonderful fashion. The young Berlin based producer is behind Bis Bald Records and in our opinion: one to watch!
NEIN 1802
26 Jan 18
Rhomboid - "Heretic" - (5:26) 118 BPM
Wolframe - "LSD" - (7:04) 100 BPM
Tronik Youth - "Death Rattle" - (5:44) 117 BPM
Dark Strands - "We One The Night" - (7:34) 115 BPM
Two Mammarrachos - "Not Sex" - (7:35) 106 BPM
Agonie - "Montcosmik" - (8:45) 117 BPM
Curses - "Practice Makes Perfekt" - (8:08) 120 BPM
Inigo Vontier - "Friction" - (6:10) 110 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Bird Of Paradise - "Oathbreaker" - (5:41) 118 BPM
Infernale Caravale - "Justine" - (5:04) 115 BPM
Posthuman - "Radio" - (9:36) 111 BPM
Rodion - "Allee Der Kosmonauten" (Richard Sen mix) - (7:45) 120 BPM
Cisco Seeker - "Emperor Machine" (RODION & Mammarella mix) - (6:57) 112 BPM
Permanent Wave - "Noir Obscure" (Emile Strunz mix 2) - (7:42) 115 BPM
Freudenthal - "Bilderblast" - (4:54) 118 BPM
Tunnel Signs - "Hellfire" - (5:45) 100 BPM
Light Cycles - "Deckards Dream" - (7:16) 120 BPM
Review: Tronik Youth's London based tech house and nu-disco force Nein is back with a weighty 17-trackcompilation celebrating his current label roster and a love for more retro-inspired sounds. From the grinding electro-punk of Justine's "Infernale Cavale", to Freudenthal's dark synthpop epic "Bilderblast", there's plenty of stylistic range here. Highlights come thick and fast on Yes Means Nein, with the gutsy EBM groove of Tunnel Signs "Hellfire" and a remix of Emperor Machine's "Sisco Seeker" from label mainstay Rodion and Fabrizio Mammarella particularly standing out!
27 Jun 16
Minimal/Tech House


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