"Audio1995#8" is the closest that T++ has come to straight up techno in quite a while, as mechanical delayed stabs fuse with fluttering sub-bass and a stern reverberated snare. It's quite a functional record, which doesn't exactly do much apart from modulate the more trebly percussive sounds, but will go down well in dark techno sets favoured by Berghain's acolytes.
The b-side, again with the imaginative title of "Audio1995#8_2," offers a much different insight to Pröfrock's output during the mid-90's. At a time when boundaries were still being pushed in drum & bass, Pröfrock was taking inspiration from those sounds, using a flailing junglist breakbeat that he's pitched down here to a more dubstep-compatible 140bpm. Closer inspection reveals numerous detailed touches, such as the subdued skittering percussion that mutates and modulates throughout the entire track's duration, but make no mistake—this is a dark and dirty slab of breakbeat techno that's custom made for cavernous warehouses and grimy basements.
It's not exactly the best material that Pröfrock has offered us in the last few years (it's no "Space Break"), but even a good track from him easily surpasses the best efforts of many current techno producers. And for that, Torsten, we salute you.