played by:Exium, Ben Sims, Kr!z (Token Records), Marcel Heese, Zenner, Cedric Maison (Hypercolour), Joachim Spieth (Affin), Charlton, Juno Recommends Techno, Medlar, Jamie Behan (Bastardo Electrico), Nick Dunton, 3.14 (Modal Analysis), James Ruskin, Myles Serge, Developer, Psyk, Iron Blu, Roman Lindau, Slydex (Modal Analysis), Lifecycle
"If you do not hear this" a distorted voice says at the start of Shed's third album, The Killer, before deploying a low bass frequency, "or that, you will not feel it". It's a statement of intent which is followed through with some of the heaviest material of the producer's career - whether it's the dense ambient of "STP3/The Killer", the tunnelling, waspish drone of "I Come By Night", or the screaming oscillations of "Day After". Despite being an album grounded by monolithic rave-era breakbeats, it's also an album of contemplative moments - the thermal current melodies of "Gas Up" and "The Praetorian" chief among them. The artwork says it all - this is an album made for the body, and our advice is to turn it up loud and let techno's greatest contemporary producer work his magic.
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