02nd September 2022
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Blurry Blue Eyes
Deep Sea Hunter
The hotly tipped rising producer ED1999 is releasing his fifth 12“ on his own label Porpax. On „Body Fluid“, the Belgium-based artist unleashes four slices of high octane big room techno.
„Indigo Blood“, the second track, after the EP’s bitter-sweet Carl Craig circa „Landcruising“ reminiscent ambient opener „Blurry Blue Eyes“, primes you for „Body Fluid“’s overall energy level.
Balls-to-the wall techno with more than a hint of ED1999’s love for Detroit techno. How deep this influences run in ED1999 is nowhere more audible than in „Abyssal Terror“ with its jubilant chords and arpeggios. Another fast-paced whirlwind of a track is „Deep Sea Hunter“, which has a loopy vibe to it, that is trance-inducing in the best possible way.
The bleepy „Azura Sequence“ rounds the EP off with another perfectly balanced execution of tracky forward drive and deepness. Visually, the collaboration with Berlin-based graphic artist Oliver Sperl continues. The cover of „Body Fluid“ is one of Sperl’s artworks that the Porpax team purchased at an exhibition in Berlin a while back.
Full Track Streaming:
ED1999’s “Original Sin” on Porpax Records