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‘Future Modular’ sees Luke Slater in fine form under his much loved P.A.S alias on his very own Mote Evolver label. I'm guessing from the EP's title that he's been twiddling away with a modular synth setup. I tell ya folk are dropping like flies with that Euro Rack virus that's going around. So anyway; three futurist pure techno tracks aimed directly at heads and feet. From the intense ...

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Future Modular EP by Planetary Assault Systems
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9/10 Ant Staff review, 14 March 2014

‘Future Modular’ sees Luke Slater in fine form under his much loved P.A.S alias on his very own Mote Evolver label. I'm guessing from the EP's title that he's been twiddling away with a modular synth setup. I tell ya folk are dropping like flies with that Euro Rack virus that's going around. So anyway; three futurist pure techno tracks aimed directly at heads and feet. From the intense opening title track it’s straight into hyperspace with driving rhythms and klonky FM synthesis sounding funk. Proper peaktime floor destroying techno from a true master.

On the B-side ‘Riot In Silo 12’ heads deeper and darker into the wormhole with that deep Jeff Mills sci-fi techno flavour he’s been exploring more and more in recent years. ‘Serc’ show’s how there’s still life in minimal techno when it’s done properly. A throbbing hypnotic trippy number with nods to early Sahko, and a smattering of Sleeparchive with some nice bleepy action. 

All great tracks but then Planetary Assault Systems practically owns techno in my book.


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