Third instalment of the Overview serie, “united for the best“ Jay Haze, James Unk, Mossa and Chaton are drawing on the outer edges of where techno comes.
American expat Jay Haze takes out bass-heavy “Elephant Ohh“ on the A side. A haunting and menacing drone roars all along the track in a surgical mix of effects. The break down reveals the strident early rave oriented siren that lurked at its heart. This analog-soaked treasure is likely to cause a momentary lapse of reason in even the most hardened clubbers.
Keeping “Question“ stripped of all but the most essential ingredients, James Unk unleashes an abstract and minimalistic piece of darkened grooves. Through the kick drums and flailing blips, he releases playful sound of finesse and seduction with sophisticated rhythm.
On “Balloon Gods“, Mossa updates the disco groove with his darker modern edge. Getting staight to the point with an undulating crazy synth loop and snappy percussions, the Montreal syncopated groove master shows once again his ability to deliver infectious electronic tracks.
Chaton sets the frontier of autoderision, colliding his vibes in the razor-sharp “Mylesizmorethanyours“. Animated but controlled rhythms and dark but funny vocals, it seems like all the elements gather to an uncommon bendy swing.