The Blueprint LTD presents the new EP from Progression, a fresh-on-the-scene young gun whose name is currently rather hard to google. The Coriolis Effect is released proper white label style, stamped with a (blue) label by hand and in a limited edition. Four tracks of slick bangers, tooled up for a dancefloor near you.
12" £6.99 BPLTD007
Limited hand-stamped white label 12" on Blueprint LTD.
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This is a Blueprint release with a white label on it. It’s also hand stamped, because machines can try to stamp but will ultimately fail. The creator here, Progression, is based in London. That’s all I know.
What I can say is that this is some extremely high octane techno, prime time uptempo stuff that’ll get people doing their best techno bob. The opener is a quick 4 to the floor one with insistent hats and wisps of cymbals, held together by a constant, maddening arp melody. My housemate, Tommy Techno, would go crazy to this. The following one has a sub on the kick that’s so low that these headphones have no idea how to pump it out to me, hence I can barely review this without the whump. It’s another great roller that’s a bit more dungeonesque than the last, with barking synth as the centrepiece.
Flipping over and you get attacked by a machine gun of broken hats and the sound of a tape machine throwing up. The release ends as it begins, with a weird brainmelting arp backed by a standard kick/hat interplay. Possibly unnecessary to have the 4 tracks on here, but half of these are absolute bangers.
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