Northern - Molecule EP

Release Date:2015-07-16
Northern Molecule EP

Molecule EP is the 7th release on ever expanding Glasgow based label wirelab. Fast approaching the end of the first year the label continues to develop and add new artists. Newcomer Northern is making his debut on the label with this exciting release.

Dub techno specialist Northern aka Simon Brown has be involved in Djing and electronic music for most of his life and his finally realised his dreams and getting his unique sound out into the world. Molecule is a blissful journey of slowly evolving atmospheric dubbed out techno. Echoing percussion and gentle stabs keep the track moving a long nicely before Lush synth stabs and delayed chords bounce from left to right taking you through the track. A gentle warm bass throughout ensures the track is perfect for any early hours session.

Alphane is a more uptempo track with some amazing old school sounding stabs built on the concrete underpinning sub bass which drives the track along. CJW delivers a unrelenting hypnotic remix of Alphane, with its haunting stabs leading way to a dark driving sub bass the track continues to build pressure throughout. The shakers and hats provide the groove during the main body. A more typical dub techno stab riff comes through beyond the breakdown continuing the journey. Previous release label support has came comes from John Selway, Slam, Sasha Carassi, Billy Nasty, Florein Meindl and many more.

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