The seventh release of Restoration Record is a celebration of the love between men and machines. "Sykon" is true joy and happiness, passion for hardware samplers and sequencers, and the addiction to the juicy sound of tape compression. "Yes, The Fourth Dimension" is a masterpiece of hermetic theories applied to advanced minimal techno: mental and involving, deep and solid. In Marieu "Roots", you can hear all the trademarks of the boss of the label. Dark, hypnotic and pumping, it developes a bouncing double bass line that breaks the atmosphere with an aggressive 808 kick. Acid and funky at the same time, simply a time bomb. On side B, Lucretio "Where You" is a superb synthesis of his Detroit Techno and UK-Garage influences. Relentless effective old-school drums run with a female vocal sample. Soulful chords sing along ballistic claps. An evocative string line introduces a touch of blues. Last but not least, a touch of class by The Analogue Cops "Slowly" :down beat fusion of jazz and deep house. A monumental bass drum bursts a celestial big band interlude. A sexy 303 acid line, an elegant high-hat, a snappy snare.
Eduardo de la Calle- "Yes, the Fourth Dimension"
Marieu - "Roots"
Lucretio - "Where You"
The Analogue Cops - "Slowly"