April 2016 (vinyl)
a few months later (digital)
12″ & digital
(Thomas Hessler Mix)
The last part of the dancer’s trilogy: With Border One’s ‘Throw’ Ressort Imprint closes it’s triplette on the definition of modern Techno’s different sound colours. And it’s getting more and more playful.
Border One might be a new name popping up here and there recently but the young Belgian DJ and producer is by no means a newbie to the scene. Knowing that it is no wonder that his debut on Ressort Imprint sounds very sophisticated and mature as his three original drafts show a very classical illustration about his passion for Techno music.
The title track ‘Throw’ starts of with a playful yet unobtrusive melody and shows the Ghent-based producer’s ability for shifting moods with very subtile yet effective measures. ‘Morphosis’, on the other hand, gives a real club momentum while ‘Tube’ is succeeding with topping itself bar by bar. All of this is rounded up by a big room take from one of our favourites, being Thomas Hessler.
It is save to say: We will hear a lot about Border One in the future.
Border One – “Claydrum Podcast 053”
Thomas Hessler – “NovaFuture Blog Mix February 2013”
“The Hidden Documents” by Ekserd
The Plant Worker | Glos with “Four Cuts On Hurting”
Array Access’ “Variations EP”
Thomas Hessler’s “Perception EP” on IMF
Ressort Imprint @ Bandcamp