The producer has gone from strength to strength throughout the years putting out a slew of releases on the likes of DSNT, Heavy Reel and Afro Acid as well as collaborating with “the baron of techno” Dave Clarke as _UNSUBSCRIBE_. Whatever he releases though you can be assured it’s been quality and Sounds For the Mute is no different.
It’s a record where I feel he’s really come into his own and shows his real strength as a producer. While it’s a sond based on uncompromising techno, there’s more going on, from orchestral soundscapes to industrial stealth. Each tune delivers a swift punch but it’s all done with ” a touch of class”, for want of a better phrase.
It’s always great when someone releases an “actual techno” record rather than this strange middle ground that some producers live in and call it techno. It’s a seriously solid release and any track would wreck a dance floor.
Pick it up on Juno on 2 x 12″ an digital