Some sonic mood construction from Lory D. Strange Days Vol.3 is the next instalment from the Italian producer. Pumping out his own brand of darkly italo tinged techno, these two tracks of full of acidic synthesizers, squelchy bass lines and jacking kicks, hats and snares. Lory knows how to get the intensity out on the floor. Out on 12" vinyl from Numbers.
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Long-time Italian techno dreamer Lory D returns to the banging Strange Days series with an apocalyptic aesthetic and some serious swinging midtempo action to decimate the folks over at the Numbers label. They were probably still spinning Jamie XX’s ‘Far Nearer’ when this dropped into the digital in tray and ruptured several spleens.
This continues on the groovy acidic tone that the series has been traversing so far, with a backdrop of hazy melodic synths guaranteed to propel dancers into XTC taking the limelight on side A. This tune is definitely quite anthemic and closer to house territory than a lot of Lory D’s stuff. It’s the sound of him just getting warmed up though - the real meat lies on the B side. A hard kick joins a polyrhythmic fizzy morphing stab to devastating effect, with the tempo upped slightly and some oddball lazery sounds to ensure our Brian’s head totally caves in on itself. This is such a fun track that would fit the primetime set slot to a tee. Near the end some detuned saws swell in adding some Mulder & Scully suspense. I want to believe. In Techno.
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