Review: The second release on this new UK based techno label belongs to Barem. This is a deep throbbing techno cut and holds 3 original tracks, 'Nylon', 'Looks' and 'Word Soup'. It is currently receiving massive support from the likes of Richie Hawtin, Magda, Sean (Someone Else) and Troy Pierce. Also on this EP you will find a remix from Pheek (Archipel) that is built with some amazing beats and will charm you using the main track elements of 'Nylon'. All the tracks on this EP are dance floor orientated, ranging from peak time killers to early set movers. Let the music do the talking!
Review: Not all types of techno suits the album format, though that's not an accusation you could level at Derek Carr's particular brand of melodic, sci-fi-fired retro-futurism. "Pursuit Part 1" (a second volume will drop shortly) proves this point, delivering a suite of mostly club-ready cuts that can easily be listened to from start to finish in the comfort of your own home. It's full to bursting with warm, melodious, bass-heavy tackle, much of which combines his usual starry synths and deep space electronics with grooves which are far more influenced by dub techno than much of Carr's output. Highlights include the two-part "Not Tonight", the TB-303 powered "Acid Bath", and the glistening ambient/IDM lusciousness of "Nightfall".
Review: An absolute future classic album of the incredible Derek Carr on Sushitech's sub label - Pariter.
A long journey of 15 tracks that starts with some deep and dubby chords, acidic grooves and ends up with lush string based ambients.
For the fans of Convextion, Schatrax and of course Derek himself! Huge release!
Review: Sushitech sub-label Pariter calls upon Ryan Elliot and Baby Ford to remix Leigh Dickinson's "Praise" - originally released back in 2002 on the UK producer's only credited release of the same name. Ryan Elliot goes deep in his remix, looping breathy vocals over stubbornly played keys and regimented percussion, while Baby Ford's version is a little funkier, lighter - but also melancholic.
Review: Russ Gabriel is the owner of Ferox and a techno legend in his own right. With releases on his
own label as well some of the worlds best techno labels such as Planet E, Djax-Up-beats and
Soma. Russ was first welcomed to Pariter with the release of 'Ferox Classics', bringing back some
long forgotten Ferox tracks for a reminder of just how good techno can sound. After the success
of this release Russ is back with 'Konacno', some tracks from 2007 which are sure to become firm
favourites and put Russ back on the map as an artist and a DJ.
Review: The likes of Steve O'Sullivan, Baby Ford and Norm Talley have appeared on the somewhat overlooked Sushitech sub-label Pariter since 2006. Its latest release comes from Romanian trio Lisiere Collectif, who bring the techno sound of Bucharest to you on the first installment of Unknown Credentials. Member Andu Simion is well known for his rolling and glacial grooves, and in conjunction with Bogdan Ardeleanu and Dan Gheorghe they serve up two emotive and soulful excursions. The untitled A side offering is a driving, hypnotic and overall evocative journey with an undeniable nod to the Motor City sound that you could imagine Delano Smith pumping out in the AM hours. On the B side it is a more parochial affair, yet well worthy - a bumping and funky groove that's right in line with their hometown's renowned sound.
Review: Sushitech's sub label Pariter has already released timeless records from the likes of Delano Smith, Steve O'Sullivan, Baby Ford and Norm Talley to name a few and this new release of the Romanian group Lisiere Collectif is no exception!
Unknown Credentials is a project of 5 tracks released on 2 single records. A sides on both parts are absolutely massive, acid lines and hypnotic chords peak time tracks that will shake any proper sound system with some serious bass extension! B sides are deeper and have more modern, fresh electroish vibe that we love!
Fans of Ricardo Villalobos & Craig Richards b2b sets are going to find it gold! Don't sleep!!
Review: The first release on the new Sushitech sub division Pariter. Produced by Alejandro Lopez who hails from Gijon in Northern Spain. Alejandro's first meeting with electronic music was in the mid 90s when he started listening to Detroit techno and Chicago house. This is where Alejandro has taken his influences from to compose his own music. This EP holds 3 incredible techno tunes. On the A side you will find 'Poligono', using a dark twisting melody over immense techno beats all tied together with a bassline that is sure to sound fat on any big sound system. This track sounds better and better every time we play it! On the flip side you will find another 2 great tracks, 'Bigudi' is another big techno tune with a driving bassline and vocal cuts all fused together with an amazing rhythm. This tune is definitely in the right direction of where techno is going in the world today! The last track on the EP 'Estaferia' continues on with the groove of the EP with some lush programming! Let the music do the talking! Pariter of Sushitech.
Review: Xpansul (aka Santiago Ferrer) releases his "Backwards EP" on Pariter. It starts off with the eight minute "Sevolin Sarevolin", a track which twists and turns it's way along a simple yet catchy hypnotic beat, gradually picking up new elements along the way and delivering where it counts. On the flipside is another Xpansul track, "Blind Rhythem", using sharp and unique sounds over the riding beat. Xpansul draws the listener in and pulls off that big room sound which is sure to go down very well in the club. Tadeo also brings a superb remix to the EP, using the elements from "Sevolin Sarevolin" which have been stripped back slightly, and then adding a 303 bassline which draws the listener in and keeps you locked in to the groove. This EP is sure to grab the attention of techno fans from Spain to Siberia. This is sound art for the new generation.