Mord Records’ Endlec joins PØLI and Lorenzo Raganzini’s HEX Recordings with a hard hitting Techno release, entitled ‘Under Brutal Law’.
Since 2014 Greek artist Endlec has quickly become one of the mainstays within the sonic field of industrially raw, driving Techno with previous releases on Analogue, KR/LF Records and Bas Mooy’s label Mord. Having performed at the likes of Tresor and REX Club, along with taking influences from early 90s European Techno and Detroit’s pioneers, Endlec now lands his next release on Barcelona based imprint HEX Recordings showcasing his fierce, tough Techno sound.
’Use For Punishment’ opens with spacey stabs, echoing chimes, driving kicks and crunchy snares until ‘Class Of 89’’ doubles up the percussion for a dark throbbing effect along with rushing rides, descending synths and rhythmic vocal hits. ‘Concrete Destroyer’ then thunders with a moody sound floor, cutting hihats and firing risers before ‘Rage Taster’ and ‘Who Ya Gonna Kill?’ close proceedings with rattling, syncopated cymbals, haunting voices, thumping bass and electronically charging energy.
Feedbacks about the EP:
► Dax J - Great thanks!
► I Hate Models - Thank you, Class Of 89´ for me!
► Rebekah - Already playing all of these! Great tracks and EP!
► Terence Fixmer - Some anger here :-) ! Good energy!
► Ancient Methods - Nice tools! "Concrete Destroyer" and "Who Ya Gonna Kill?" for me
► Regal - Go go go!!
► Tommy Four Seven - KILLER!
► Remco Beekwilder - Very interesting release, digging the signature Endlec style in tool shape, congrats!
► Ellen Allien - Fun fun fun
► VTSS - Thanks for sharing Who Ya Gonna Kill for me
► P.E.A.R.L. - Bomb! Thx
► Ghost In The Machine - Use for Punishment, Rage Taster and Who Ya Gonna Kill are awesome!
► Henning Baer - Strong release! Concrete Destroyer is a hell of a track!
► Stephanie Sykes - Support
► Under Black Helmet - Sick release!!! Loving all tracks
► Tim Tama - Hard as fuck, love it! 'Use For Punishment' is my favourite :) thanks for this!
► Pangaea - Powerful one, slamming but also groovy - many thanks
and many more...
Mastered by Alan Lockwood at The Bass Valley Studios