Arnaud Le Texier/Antonio De Angelis – Split EP
Side A1 – Arnaud Le Texier – Valiant (Original Mix)
Side A2 – Arnaud Le Texier – Valiant (Oscar Mulero Remix)
Side B1 – Antonio De Angelis – Divergent (Original Mix)
Side B2 – Antonio De Angelis – Divergent (Mike Storm Remix)
review by Juno.co.uk
It’s been interesting to see Arnaud Le Texier‘s gradual shift towards purist techno and “Valiant”, the first track on this release, could be a Jeff Mills composition. Over gargantuan kicks, he lays down a bleepy sequence that moves up and down the tonal scale. Oscar Mulero (oficial)‘s remix is typical of the Spanish producer’s sound, with broken beats underscoring a dramatic, building filter that cover the original’s bleeps in a dense cloud. “Divergent” sees Antonio De Angelis deliver a more intense version of 90s techno and its distorted kicks and merciless claps sound more like Luke Slater than Mills. Mike Storm‘s ravey take on “Divergent” completes this flawless underground release.
Supported by : Rodhad, DVS1, Chris Liebing, Ben Sims, DJ Deep, Jeroen Search, Kr!z, Exium, Slam, Zadig, Antigone, Sev Dah, Tim Van Paradjs, Joachim Speith, Chris Stanford and many more…