90 Process followup their rollicking Gatecrasher bothering EPs for Pushmaster Discs and 1Ø Pills Mate with a ferociously epic five track trance-techno release for the Lobster Theremin main label.
The No Warehouse Needed EP picks up where previous releases left off, taking a number of 90's hard dance tropes and warping them through a very 10's production sensibility with BPM cranked to the max.
Title track No Warehouse Needed is a sorely needed hardcore rave banger for 2018. Thundering breaks, lightening stabs and raging hoovers collide across a structure of whiplash 2-4 snares, heavy breaks and heaving drops. Hate In The Pants is speedy alarm call trance-techno from the Amsterdam warehouse. Grainy Youtube skinheads, pierced eye-brows, chocka toilet cubicles and Mitsubishi pingers.
Strange Feeling rides in as a poignant centre piece with a sluggish jungle-DNB chug shrouded in ominous drones, dubbed-out pads and the ghost of a delay drenched rave stab buried somewhere in the deepest of mixes.
Flipping over, Knowledge Wasn't My Plan is a stomping techy acid roller. Complete with whippy snares, big 909 hats & seriously heavy cymbal usage. A proper late night body convulsion inducer.
Finishing off the packaging is Strictly Cut. Striking out as a lone epic, a chuntering and gazzy 90's techno drum groove gives way to an other-worldly euphoric body of strings and pads. Showering down from the sky like orange-hued rain, interspersed with shots of solo drum breaks chopped into a vital rhythmic lifeline; a moment cast into the stone of time.
released August 24, 2018
Production & Arrangement by 90 Process
Mastered by Beau at Ten Eight Seven
Pressed with vibes at Intakt
Artwork by cm-dp