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Drumcell - Departing Comfort Mp3

  • Performer: Drumcell
  • Album: Departing Comfort
  • Label: CLR
  • Catalog #: CLR085
  • MP3: 1513 mb | FLAC: 2437 mb
  • Released: Feb 2015
  • Country: Germany
  • Style: Techno
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 944
  • Category: Electronic
Drumcell - Departing Comfort Mp3


1Departing Comfort (Planetary Assault System Remix)
Remix – Planetary Assault System
2Departing Comfort (Orphx Remix)
Remix – Orphx
3Departing Comfort (Material Object Remix)
Remix – Material Object


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CLR085Drumcell Departing Comfort ‎(5xFile, MP3, 320)CLR CLR085Germany2015
CLR085Drumcell Departing Comfort ‎(5xFile, WAV, Single)CLR CLR085Germany2015


Excellent release with cool sleeve, but kind of quiet. All tracks.
Properly executed techno package right here. Luke Slater delivers a peak hour prime time techno mega-bomb that makes one feel like they're listening to the work of an eighteen year old testosterone loaded rookie, and not a seasoned veteran who' proved his worth ages ago. Nine minutes of startling, bewildering funk. Stacking up drum loop after drum loop, synth pattern after synth pattern, it keeps on reaching unreachable heights only to descend back and do it all again. Luke Slater has been reliving his third youth these last few years, and this is as good of an example of why as you're likely to get. Full power stomping madness without resorting to cheesy elements. With its wicked breaks, and eruptions of percussion, it's a lethal tool in skilled hands. Check the segment around the six minute mark when the highs get tossed in the mix and try to slam in "Trouble" by Shifted. Luke Slater's take on the modern techno aesthetic hardly has a peer around The might P.A.S. saga marches on. I am yet to witness this getting played in real time, but I have no doubts whatsoever it absolutely obliterates dance podiums.

Orphx continue in the footsteps of their deeply impressive releases on Sonic Groove. It's an effort that crosses styles and bridges genres like few other around at the moment. It starts out quite minimal, building up to a broken beat industrial affair, breaking down somewhere down the middle, and then re-emerging like a full on techno assault with heavy metallic drops and ostentatious off-kilter drum patterns. So much going on. Pure class! This act has been around for a while, but the manner in which they effortlessly blend techno with industrial and rhythmic noise is staggering. Every release they put out is more 'out there' than the last one, which is not something a lot of projects who have been around for two decades can brag with.

I would very much like to provide a sensible opinion of the Material Object remix, but the honest truth is that I have been so busy playing the hell out of the aforementioned remixes, this one (undeservedly) got lost in the shuffle. To put your mind at ease though, worry not, there isn't a feeble millisecond on this release. Dirt proof quality through and through, for both the impatient DJs to headphone sporting living room couch potatoes. This remix pack delivers on multiple levels, and I don't think I'd exaggerate if I said that no other release in 205 has been getting as many spins. Pure fire!
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