Stripped down no-nonsense techno, aimed directly at the dancefloor.
DMT001 (Give/Take E.P.). DMT's first one-sided 33 rpm marbled colored vinyl release consists of two tracks by Knotweed Records owner Philippe Petit. 'Give' starts with some spaced-out chords and then shifts into a dubby Detroit inspired floor filler. The second track, 'Take', is a much darker heavy peak-time affair aimed at blowing the roof off!
DMT002 (Scrape E.P.). Side A is a slow minimalistic bomb with acid tones aimed to burn the dancefloor. Side B starts with Meltdown, a dub track with a heavy kick, where the chords slowly progress to their peaks. The E.P. finishes with Flotation, keeping its core minimalistic concept, full of sub bass and high treble, reminiscing of early Hood or Mills.
DMT 003 (Elements E.P.). Techno with Acid tones and Detroit influences.
DMT 004 (Various Artists I). Philippe Petit invites Lee Holman (Kawl), Gonzalo MD (Knotweed) and Session Restore (Rauh).
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