5. Prometheus (I don't want to go back to where I came from) by Droict
Massive techno release in terms of sound and ideas hybridization: a blunt corpus of chopped beats and beautifully grotesque samples colliding on purpose randomly picked loops from the commercial plethora of the accomplished industry's loop masters. (Not massive enough to be rounded by their own gravity, though, as the album's title suggests). Dark, powerful, sometimes dysfunctional and dissonant yet playful, warm, melodic and in the moment. Things always go forward but you don’t know when they will intersect and create greatness. The result is a distant yet familiar technoid universe revolving on its own around the current dominant momentum. It’s not clear for whom it’s made or where it’s best listened to but, if they exist, those people and those places must be discovered. Or maybe it’s just for the club in our head. Forward to techno.
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