Rebourne is back with another monstrous single. After his Money Shot in last month's issue, he teams up with Faizar to deliver what in my opinion is a modern-day take on hard trance. Featuring epic catchy main melody, spoken male sampled vocal and oozing with power and drive on all of the drops. Rebourne has defined his sound and I hope we see a lot more releases from him this year.
Can't say no to a bit of Rick Wade. Indeed, 'Tech Breed' is a shade techier that his usual, soul-drenched output, but 'Groovy' and 'Whoa Children' bring the funk. Yessir.
Hospital's little sister sure knows how to pick ‘em. No stranger to the scene, well-respected Sunchace sets out to soothe away worldly woes with this beautiful collection of downtempo tracks. Starting in the realms of minimalism, the intro creates a synth-led skeleton, the bass and beats as subtle and natural as a heartbeat, with a power and dependence to match. The track's brought to life by the silky, soulful vocal.
Following releases for Boyz Noize and Chambre404, emergent French duo Glass Figure land an EP release on Gesaffelstein and The Hacker's Zone label, and tout an album release for later in the year. If the ‘States EP’ is a glimpse of what is to come, then prepare yourselves and enjoy these four tracks of cold, minimal EBM, frayed acid house, Drexciyan electro and '80s Carpenter-style homage.