||1.||"Thesis 1" (5:36)|
||2.||"Thesis 2" (5:07)|
||1.||"Thesis 3" (6:05)|
||2.||"Thesis 4" (5:39)|
Since first appearing on our radar last year, Spanish machine abuser Tensal (an alias for Exium man Hector Sandoval) has largely forged his own path, self-released 12" singles that bristle with the twin attractions of Industrial-minded analogue synthesizers and the bowel-worrying throb of stripped-back loop techno. For this EP, he's been tempted to join Armaud Le Texier and Emmaniel Ternois's Children of Tomorrow stable, whose discography reads like a who's who of techno. Aside from the deep and sensuous "Thesis 4", the EP continues Tensal's obsession with robust rhythms and mind-altering electronics, with the ragged "Thesis 1" and metallic "Thesis 3" providing the greatest dancefloor attractions.
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