Following an already prolific output in early 2015 with new music, new internet films and new Shadow Wolf Cyberzines, otherworldly techno creator Legowelt returns with a new EP release on Creme Organization records. ‘Vaporware Tracks Vol. 1’ ranges from the edgy paranoia inducing drum tracks, to melodic, psyche out synths, to totally wired, fuzzed out sounds of broken technology to crispy clean, sci-fi sounds.
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After pondering the Immensity of Cosmic Space, Legowelt continues to toy with the house/technoheads of 2015 with Vaporware Tracks Vol. 1, a selection of weird cuts that sit somewhere between melodic hands in the air vibes and madness.
‘Norwegian Crack Dealer’ leads the charge with a trippy repeated synth loop, a steady pound and some lofi jingles buried in there somewhere. Todd Terje is probably dancing his arse off in a field. A2 doesn’t quite keep this up because the main hats sound like they were recorded using his phone - I’m all for a bit of DIY but there is such a thing as broken AND nice, especially when you’ve put the effort into making the track sound epic as hell.
Over to side B there’s a swimmy techno roller bubbling with synths both floaty and acidic called ‘Satierian Moon Breeze’ that brings the necessary heaviness to the party. This mood is extended, albeit a bit lighter for earlier on in the night, or half 4 in the morning. The bookends of the peak, in any case. It holds you in it’s atmosphere and drives you forward comfortably, eclipsing side A completely. Screw the first side with all it’s crack and Norway, it doesn’t matter.
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