Alex Bau shows the darker side of Techno with 'Musick' via his own imprint

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Alex Bau shows the darker side of Techno with 'Musick' via his own imprint

Originating from the Bavarian city of Mühldorf, DJ and Producer - Alex Bau shows us impressively the darker Techno with his new album 'Musick'. The album is an exciting blend of big-room Techno accompanied with spaced-out sonics, and joins a plethora of personal outings already released under his own imprint Credo. The album opens with ‘Voise Over’, a slow burner which urges its audience to listen closer. Rough modular-sounding experimentations are swallowed by subtle bass stabs, setting the tone for tracks such as ‘Ringlebell’ and ‘Pulse’. By the third track 'Alarma', the momentum gathers relatively quickly, to which the listener begins to notice the complex ability and knowledge not only of the dance floor but more so the construction within. ‘Voise Pt. I’ a expertly constructed and complete club track, incorporating a sound not so often found in techno long players of this stature.While ‘Voise Pt. II’, is a reinterpretation of the part one, begins as a beatless clarification of its sister track, slowly evolving into a rich and demanding collage of resonance and reverberation. Similar in nature as the pairing 'Bassmati' work in a similar manner, although slides easily too linear and basic. With 'Bassmamba' returns the animal instinct of Techno but never quite explodes with power. While to complete the album 'Down From Space' provides three minutes of atmospheric and fluctuating environment that turns out the intro to 'Back To Space', a track that builds into an array of subdued and sweeping synth lines accompanied by a throbbing bass sharp high hats. Overall the album is a journey of Techno, in essence how an album should be constructed and produced, something that been missing in the genre for a while. On the 22nd April 2015 the LP appears on vinyl, CD and as a download on his label Credo Tracklist: 1. Voise Over 2. Ringlebell 3. Alarma 4. Voise Pt.1 5. Voise Pt.2 6. Escalation 385 7. BassMati 8. BassMamba 9. Pulse 10. Down From Space 11. Back To Space Release Date: 22nd April 2015

Originating from the Bavarian city of Mühldorf, DJ and Producer - Alex Bau shows us impressively the darker Techno with his new album 'Musick'. The album is an exciting blend of big-room Techno accompanied with spaced-out sonics, and joins a plethora of personal outings already released under his own imprint Credo. The album opens with ‘Voise Over’, a slow burner which urges its audience to listen closer. Rough modular-sounding experimentations are swallowed by subtle bass stabs, setting the tone for tracks such as ‘Ringlebell’ and ‘Pulse’. By the third track 'Alarma', the momentum gathers relatively quickly, to which the listener begins to notice the complex ability and knowledge not only of the dance floor but more so the construction within. ‘Voise Pt. I’ a expertly constructed and complete club track, incorporating a sound not so often found in techno long players of this stature.While ‘Voise Pt. II’, is a reinterpretation of the part one, begins as a beatless clarification of its sister track, slowly evolving into a rich and demanding collage of resonance and reverberation. Similar in nature as the pairing 'Bassmati' work in a similar manner, although slides easily too linear and basic. With 'Bassmamba' returns the animal instinct of Techno but never quite explodes with power. While to complete the album 'Down From Space' provides three minutes of atmospheric and fluctuating environment that turns out the intro to 'Back To Space', a track that builds into an array of subdued and sweeping synth lines accompanied by a throbbing bass sharp high hats. Overall the album is a journey of Techno, in essence how an album should be constructed and produced, something that been missing in the genre for a while. On the 22nd April 2015 the LP appears on vinyl, CD and as a download on his label Credo Tracklist: 1. Voise Over 2. Ringlebell 3. Alarma 4. Voise Pt.1 5. Voise Pt.2 6. Escalation 385 7. BassMati 8. BassMamba 9. Pulse 10. Down From Space 11. Back To Space Release Date: 22nd April 2015