Reset Robot introduces his 'Pink Fly' EP to the Whistleblower label

Melodic Techno

Reset Robot introduces his 'Pink Fly' EP to the Whistleblower label

Reset Robot brings his next release 'Pink Fly' EP to the much revered Whistleblower imprint, featuring six original tracks varying between Deep Techno and Tech House, Dave Robertson (Reset Robot) shows off his broad taste and production style with this mini LP that won’t disappoint fans of his music.

The first track titled ‘Pink Fly’ is Deep Techno that has the looped chords of an ethereal pad to create a sense of epic drama. Adding to the drama with a string sound and snare rolls, the track is stripped back and hypnotic.

Track two titled ‘Funk’ has a spacious mix filed with a dark atmosphere created by textured effects and mechanical percussion. Brought to life with a grinding lead synth and a dream like melody, the track is both melodic and mysterious.

Third up is ‘Umpaalow’ with has a distinctive lead synth that takes clear influences from Dub Techno and acts like Basic Channel.

Fourth on the release is "Lolly Pop" which has a lead synth programmed to sound like chimes that cuts through the mix with crystal clarity. Combined with heavy hand claps and flickering hi hat, it’s a fine example of how less can be more.

Second to last is track five titled ‘Ha Pow.’ Starting with the distant shimmer of an eerie synth part that lines the back of the mix, the track is slow building. The hook here is the introduction of a modulated vocal sample, which Dave sung and recorded using his own voice giving it a unique twist.

Finishing off the EP is track six titled ‘Yea Yea Yea’ which is less dancefloor focused than the others with experimental, broken rhythms and dramatic piano stabs. Filled with warped and distressed sounds, it stretches to form unusual textures. This is a stunning piece of contemporary music and the perfect track to finish off this mini LP.

Tracklist_

01. Pink Fly
02. Funk
03. Umpaalow
04. Lolly Pop
05. Ha Pow
06. Yea Yea Yea

Release Date: 22nd February 2016.