The Cardiff producer has offered up more '90s techno and jungle tracks from his stash of recordings.
Guy Evans produced a prolific amount of jungle, techno and hardcore tunes in the mid-to-late '90s. His career revival began in 2013, when he started uploading old recordings to Bandcamp. Since then, labels like All Caps and Nord Records have collected and released much of his '90s work, and he's also put out more recent material via London outfit Organic Analogue. Now, Hypercolour have gone digging in the Welsh producer's pile of tapes and drives, Juno Plus reports. The result is Concentric Rhythms, an eight-track album that showcases his stylistic versatility.
02. Untitled 3
03. Concentric Rhythm
04. Don’t Hold Back ’95
05. Through The Galaxy ’93
06. 20 (Full 16-Minute Version) ’96
07. Fresh Horizons
08. Bankzappa Dub
Hypercolour will release Concentric Rhythms on October 21st, 2016.