Following a succesful 2012, Dynamic Reflection kicks off 2013 in style by giving fresh, upcoming talent a spot on the catalogue.
Severin may not be a big name as of yet, but his productions certainly promise a bright future.
The first track on the EP also gives it it’s name: Seven Sisters. Dark and slowly building this dancefloor stomper instantly provides that typical basement feel.
Taking on Seven Sisters and seriously throwing things around is label resident and talented producer Stefan Vincent. In what one may rightfully call a very, very trippy fashion, Stefan shuffles, bleeps and hihats his way through the track. Powerful, loopy techno done right.
The flipside features a different edit on the original from Severin himself. His “London Edit” pulls the soundspectrum open a bit more, taking things from the basement to the upper floor, retaining all the vital energy. Drop carefully, or it might hurt this one.
Closing the EP is “Halo” which, similar to the A-side’s second track lets out the weirdness in a good way. Subtly haunting, introvert techno.
With a number of strong releases lined up for later this year, Seven Sisters warms up 2013 for Dynamic Reflection in a fine manner!
A1. Severin – Seven Sisters (Original Mix)
A2. Severin – Seven Sisters (Stefan Vincent Remix)
B1. Severin – Seven Sisters (London’ Mix)
B2. Severin – Halo (Original Mix)
Artwork: Henry Boer
Distribution: Triple Vision
EARLY SUPPORT FROM:
Adriana Lopez, AnD, Bas Mooy, Brendon Moeller, Christian Wünsch, Deepbass, DVS1, Exium, Forward Strategy Group, Inigo Kennedy, Invite, Jonas Kopp, Joton, Marcel Fengler, Max M, Myles Serge, Paul Mac, Staffan Linzatti, Tommy Four Seven, Ventress, Woo York.