Those who know regard Roger Semsroth as quite a talent. Reportedly, Jeff Mills advised Tresor to sign him, and (previously) he appeared a whopping five times on Richie Hawtin's DE9 | Transitions . Those two names, however, epitomize a very distinct type of techno. And so does Ronan Point . It's dr..
To me, this is the quintessential dark room/studio/basement party sound. It evolves quick enough to keep the track moving, but does it so stealthily that you hardly notice. I'd kill to bring this guy back to Boston. Hopefully this release warrants some sort of tour.