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Claus Voigtmann makes his vinyl debut on Lisbon’s Assemble Music, applying the same high standards to his productions as he does to the Toi Toi parties he co-organises in London. In fact, you can imagine ‘Spin’ greeting you on arrival in a moodily-lit Shoreditch basement, its growling interplay of bass and kick drum instantly familiar and pleasurable. The plunging bass and pinpoint kicks of ‘Junago’ bring to mind the refined soundspaces of Peter Ford or ‘The Au Harem’-era Villalobos. It’s the kind of track that comes into its own the later the night gets, and just as the elements interlock then writhe apart from each other you can imagine the dance floor doing the same.
On remix duties, Ion Ludwig applies the attention to detail we’ve long learned to expect from him, though here he’s manufactured a leaner, meaner beast than his recent releases on UGold and Trelik – four to the floor, with skittering high hats over round, menacing bass. The stripped-down elements swirl in and out of phrase to create a very modern style of techno that you can easily imagine catching the eye of DJs from all over the spectrum.
With Voigtmann’s debut, Assemble Music’s roster of new and established artists continues to grow in depth and quality.
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