With David Mayer’s share of keinemusik’s current Workparty edition still providing solid fuel for heated clubfloors, he already shovels two fresh loads into the furnace.
KM021 has just surfaced in a moment when electrified Techno-music seems to drown in an ocean of preset-dullness. Well, Mayer has come to provide a rescue tool with his Sunhole on side A.
You’ll recognize this somewhat trademark-becoming percussive fetish of Mayer as this track’s Modus Operandi. Yet, it has rarely been as detailed and surgically implemented as in this banger. What’s that – a second hand ticking? And over there – is it a woodpecker in the field? Sunhole supplies all the answers in a thumping, yet no friskiness avoiding manner. You’ll get a stoically rolling beat, asphalting the floor, to build a cannonproof foundation for this arrangement’s main attraction – a filtered and delay-heavy synth-affair.
Flip around and find a competitive jamboree of subtle background-brainwaves other would straightaway use as lead-ideas for their tracks. Well, this matchingly titled Lead comes in with a hard hitting kick and gets into the groove via filter-rides to peak into clanking noisy Industrial-thunder that immediately will electrify every steel-toe in hearing range. Generally: only roughness in this cut, crispy bounce and ghostly whispers all over. Most definitely for the win, this double broadside.
FeedbackEats Everything – “I am really liking Lead. Lovely, lovely stuff David!!”
Josh Wink – “Deep, funky, spacial percussion filled house. I’m diggin’ these.”
Kiki – “Both of these tracks are great, but I’m especially excited about trying Lead in the club.”
Sasse – “This is an ACE release from David and Keinemusik. I’ll be playing both cuts guys!”
Martin Landsky – “These are top notch.. Both tracks are gonna be cool for me. Definitely my cup of tea”