Psycatron vs Detroit Grand Pubahs - NVRSAYNVR

Techno

Psycatron vs Detroit Grand Pubahs - NVRSAYNVR

Northern Irish duo Psycatron scored a big hit this year with their collaboration with Paul Woolford and this release looks set to follow suit. Their productions which have already featured on the likes of Cocoon, Tresor, Hotflush, Bedrock, R&S and of course Planet E Communications. Opening up proceedings,a dark forboding tale of an artist (Paris the Black Fu) who once swore he’d never return to the United States, and guess where he ended up?

In its original format, "Nvrsaynvr" is a bass-heavy, big room techno number, with a resonating vocal from the Pubahs addressing such issues as gender identity and substance abuse. If that weren't enough, it also contains a French Kiss-style riff that builds it up further. Dave Clarke and Mr Jones's version as Unsubscribe brings the original into a ravey direction, with wild siren riffs and a tearing bassline adding to the tension, while Simian Mobile Disco drop two takes that focus on jacking rhythms and bleepy bass tones.

This marks the first in a number of collaborative projects between Psycatron and the Detroit Grand Pubahs and has already smashed apart dancefloors from Berghain to Fabric and all points in between.

Features remixes from Dustin Zahn, Dave Clarke and Mr Jones, full EP Available on Beatport