Michel Lauriola – Scales EP on Blackrod Records – Recommended Techno

Michel Lauriola, Techno

Michel Lauriola – Scales EP on Blackrod Records

Blackrod Records, recognized for exploring the combination of minimalism and simplicity with an industrial approach, released the latest dynamic EP Scales of Venezuelan DJ and Producer Michel Lauriola. The EP’s rhythmic techno, heavy cadent lows and recurring industrial strokes fascinate. You will absorb every bit of the sound.

Smooth (Original Mix)’s boosting, adrenaline-rushed energy will undeniably keep you moving. The remix of Smooth by Takaaki Itoh keeps the tension building but adds a touch of melody and progressiveness to the track. Maze (Original Mix) follows up with a more hypnotic beat. Recurring high-pitched kicks oppress your mind, expelling all other thoughts by comforting you into each and every layer of rhythm. Scales (Original Mix) rounds off the EP, bringing Lauriola’s signature dark – foreboding sound once again with impeccably crafted percussion, soothing you gradually into the groove.

Tracks

01. Smooth
02. Smooth (Takaaki Itoh Remix)

03. Maze
04. Scales

 

Label. Blackrod
Artist. Michel Lauriola
Remixer. Takaaki Itoh
Title. Scales EP
Format. Digital/Vinyl
Cat.Number. BLACKROD004

Domain. www.blackrod.net
Release Date. February 20th, 2018 (Vinyl), March 27th, 2018 (Digital) Distribution. dig dis! (Digital)

Michel Lauriola, techno

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