Frustrated at the rigid nature of computer-based production, Destronauts spent the past two years working on a more organic, hardware-focused approach to making music. After completely rebuilding his process and studio, the release hiatus is over and Destronauts now kicks off the new year with three tracks made during this development. These deep and evocative techno cuts exhibit the exciting progression of the Brooklyn-based project and its darkly enigmatic style. Included are "Observatory Love" with an intertwining, pendular bass line and percussive shuffles anchoring frenetic 303 riffs; the pensive "Transit" which builds in a hypnotic fashion; and the crawling slow burn "Incommunicado". Mysterious and moody, Destronauts deliver these electronic slices to fill dimly lit spaces.
Laurent Garnier - "I absolutely love this."
Jacques Renault - "'Transit' sounds good to me … I will definitely test it out."
Stacey Pullen - "This is cool."
Reka (Tresor / Deejay Gigolos) - "'Observatory Love' is my favorite. 'Incommunicado' is also cool."
Larry Tee - "I love this."
Phonogenic (Moodmusic / Turbo) - "'Transit' is deep yet slamming, just the way I like it."
Massimiliano Pagliara (Live At Robert Johnson) - "Nice tunes!"
Leigh Morgan (Fancy Human / Urban Torque) - "Cool acid house vibes here. 'Observatory Love' is the one for me."
Vanilla Ace - "Cool grooves."
Alvaro Hylander (DeepWit Recordings) - "Lovely three tracker … 'Transit' has the right groove."
Simon Kirk (Stag Beetle Radio Show) - "This is excellent … 'Observatory Love' is my favorite. I love the 303 action."
Hober Mallow (Excursions / Mighty Reel Radio Show) - "The tempo of 'Incommunicado' is probably closer to where I'm at right now but the whole thing is great techno. Strong stuff."