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Limited 12" Heavy-Vinyl (180g).
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All sleeves and covers are made of 100% recycled material. Including a black & white photo print in 12″ size.
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With this release, we’re thrilled to welcome Kasper Marott back into the Seilscheibenpfeiler fold. 2018 feels like a lifetime ago, but it’s only been two years since his „Keflavik“ EP took dancefloors by storm, its jubilant title track becoming one of the year’s biggest tunes — and dominating a fair bit of 2019 as well. Since then, the Danish producer has dropped another EP, „Forever Mix“, for Courtesy’s upstart Kulør label, showcasing his unique ability to conjure a sense of euphoria, even in the context of a dreamy, 14-minute epic.
„Sol“ arrives in advance of his first full-length album — which is slated for release on Kaspers own imprint Axces early next year — offering up a pair of engrossing, melody-driven techno cuts. Unconcerned with brevity, Marott stretches the introspective “Sol” beyond the nine-minute mark, roping in dancers and daydreamers alike as he luxuriates in the track’s proggy, hypnotic grooves—which somehow still manage to clock in north of 140 bpm. “Katla” is similarly transportive, and though the song slows things down (only slightly, it’s by no means slow), its dramatic synths, rumbling rhythm and sci-fi sound palette crack open an enticing portal to the past; it’s not retro, per se, but the tune certainly shares some DNA with the loopy, rave-ready techno that powered dancefloors in the late ’90s.
Both sides of „Sol“ barrel down the proverbial rabbit hole, and with Kasper Marott leading the way, these two techno expeditions are like nothing else.