The Danger Zone

by D.Dan

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    Crusted, modular, pounding techno from D.Dan! Black 12" wax in a black paper sleeve with small Lobster sticker and peeking plush giraffe insert.

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Straight outta Seattle via snowy Berlin. The thunderous, terror-wave modular techno of D.Dan is beset upon the world at one of the darkest moments in modern history.

Wormhole techno that screws together heaving-and-plunging drum battering with searing, riptide waves of noise-drenched alien synths. Roaring and stuttering to apocalyptic crescendos whether it be a scrunched 128bpm roller or a thundering 142bpm getaway.

Dananas is a proper robot-mulching time-warp workout, peaking in a delay-smattered riot of colliding kicks and bass haze. Title track The Danger Zone rockets out of the blocks at breakneck speed, bending space and time and repeating it's mesmerising chant "Take take take take" to a scorched closing.

Danarchy In The UK stretches it's acidic themes across 9 minutes of slowly morphing techno, reminiscent of the second wave of Detroit meets heavy early European techno rollers. A zooming steam-train steadily becoming more and more a UFO on the onlooker.

And then a soft smooth landing. The Danpire Strikes Back collects radar transmissions from the Oort Cloud and algorithmic translates them into something only synths and machines can full understand, but that human ears can just about fathom. Outer-realms code rippling through the NASA hard-drive. Lost ancient languages and the ghosts of a 1000 BC deep-web experiment.

All tracks named after Dan.


released January 27, 2017

Production & arrangement by D.Dan
Mastered at D&M
Original Photography by Diane Barbé
Design by cm-dp



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