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Dark Sky celebrated their return to the Monkeytown release schedule in style, with their long awaited second LP, "Othona".
The album was surrounded by a variety of singles, all of them as powerful as diverse.
You can now get all of them together!
The bundle includes:
Dark Sky - Kilter / Acaica
Dark Sky - The Walker / Kilter (Danny Daze & Zenker Brothers Remixes)
Dark Sky - Othona LP
Dark Sky - The Passenger / The Walker (Roman Flügel Remix)
Dark Sky return with two highly effective techno tracks featuring dark and roaring basslines at the center, the London duo leave no doubt that they haven’t lost any of their acclaimed production skills.
“Kilter” is a rhythm-driven club anthem, featuring a sweeping bassline that nods to classic Dark Sky, while on the B-side, “Acacia” opens with ethereal synth pads before giving way to a onslaught of low end goodness before slowly revealing building percussion which finally climaxes in all its thumping glory.
Dark Sky’s first release since Voyages (2015) may in parts seem like quite a functional affair, but it is only a tiny glimpse at what their forthcoming album Othona has in store.