|1.||"Tech The Soul" (6:32)|
|2.||"Solar System" (5:52)|
Although better known for being one of the few European producers to fully embrace the early ethos of Detroit techno, Orlando Voorn's first love was actually electro. He's been returning to those roots a little in recent years, and here delivers another fine EP of bustling, beatbox-driven cuts as the Stalker (an alias he last used 21 years ago). There's much to enjoy throughout, from the chiming synthesizer melodies, wiggly acid bass and body-popping beats of "Electrocute" and warped electrofunk shuffle of "Tech The Soul", to the razor-sharp, high register acid lines, deep space chords and booming bass of "Solar System". We're not sure whether these tracks are brand new or rediscovered archive gems; either way, the EP is a thrilling blast from the past.
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