So the story is that techno producer Eomac (half of duo Lakker) goes to Teotihuacan, Mexico and has a David Icke-esque cosmic revelation and decides to condense it into an 11-minute naturalistic techno epic about self-acceptance, and that's right, it's here, it's ready, are you?? He was so creatively spent by this task though that he got his pal Sal Stapleton to etch some artwork on the B side.
12" £7.99 ETX001
Single-sided 12" on Eotrax with etched B-side + insert.
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The first release on Eomac’s (aka Ian McDonnell of Lakker) newly minted Eotrax imprint comes in the form of a limited edition single sided 12” with etching by artist Sal Stapleton on the flipside. Apparently conceived on a visit to Teotihuacan near Mexico City, and “inspired by both the cosmic and earthly power of the place”. It's entitled ‘Temple of the Jaguar’ and it’s a freakin’ stormer and all. The track is an aid to return to our animalistic nature and was created to facilitate a reconnection with repressed primal urges. I suppose techno has often been a useful tool in that respect -- the power of communal dance and all that. I can well imagine myself regressing into some form of primate/ techno monkey bouncing around to this expertly crafted, peak-time burner.
Skeletal drums provide the foundation for what sounds like a storm or unknown force of nature hovering outside the club, tearing the roof off and sucking all of the oxygen out of the place. It’ll leave you gasping for air and when that bassline kicks in, and the drums get heavier, you’ve no fucking choice but to succumb. It's a bloody stonker!
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