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Part Danish, part Croatian techno maestro
has wasted no time in making a name for himself as an artist to sit up
and take note of. After erupting onto the scene with vibe heavy releases
on some of the underground’s most coveted labels Denis returns to Alex
Niggeman’s AEON imprint with a club ready three track EP sure to set
dancefloors alight throughout summer 2016.
Opening with title
track ‘Exit’ Denis quickly sets the tone for what’s to come with a
rapturously rolling beat and instantly recognisable pounding bassline.
With the introduction of long, drawn out bass folds and quickening
synths going a long way to set the pace, Denis expertly builds
anticipation before dropping the track into a deep, club ready roller –
leaving no doubt in his expert production capabilities.
‘Moderna’ rolls in and keeps the vibe decidedly underground with a
plethora of futuristic horns and synth interchanges quickly building
suspense before the beat kicks in and the listener is taken to
altogether more euphoric place. With a deeply moreish keyboard loop and
atmospheric bass formations, ‘Moderna’ ups the ante on this record,
taking the release from straightforward club EP, to artist defining
Rounding off the three tracker, ‘Transparent’ opens with a
tough punchy beat that can be instantly attributed to Horvat’s sonic
aesthetic. The beat gives way into deep, driving drums before the whole
track takes an almost acidic turn with waspy synths and a compellingly
underground bassline, leaving no doubt in this track’s sure fire
capability as a big room club weapon.
Calling in Marvin & Guy
for remix duties the EP is brought to a close with the duo’s up tempo
interpretation of ‘Transparent’. Keeping the track firmly club ready,
Marvin & Guy’s influence can be heard in quazor like synths and
elongated build up before the clappy high hats give way to an intense
dancefloor roller sure to have a massive impact on the underground
techno scene from London to Miami and back again.