The blinding sheen of digital production has its place but this bliss-bath of nebulous, analogue house/techno is an utter delight. Be warned though: "Strike"'s pressurised percussion could cause mayhem on a dance floor.
Favorite track: Strike.
The second Mörk release finally gets out of the blocks, helmed by Italian analogue explorer Raw M.T. With some seriously heavy cuts under his belt, we coaxed him out of hiding for a varied 12" of low-slung house, dreamy beachside dreams and hammering arpeggiated techno, cut deep and heavy over two sides of wax.
'La Duna' is a deep 4am roller. Murky and shrouded in analogue warmth, it steadily aches and strains through passages of pad filled delirium whilst the percussive echoes of lost nights swirl and clatter.
'Untitled' is a beachside dreamy acid number. Steady slow grooves undulate under tender vocals with slowly yearning pads and deep acid bringing the light out of the darkness.
Flipping over to the B-side, 'Strike' ups the ante with some seriously driving war-game techno, drenching in arpeggiated madness and washed over with frenetic acid lines.
released February 27, 2015
Production and arrangement by Giorgio Bacchin
Mastered by Helmut at D&M