Out now on Decks.de and Deejay.de! Get your vinyl copy! And also out on Beatport! For all those digital junkies!!! Check it out and get fried!
Format: 12″ & Digital
1-1 Cannon (Original) 5:52
1-2 Venus (Original) 6:22
1-3 Roulette (Original) 5:09
1-4 Wall (Original) 5:38
Side A w+p by Bill Youngman & Neil Landstrumm @ The Witness Rooms, Edinburgh.
Side B w+p by Neil Landstrumm @ The Witness Rooms, Edinburgh 2014.
Get ready for the fry-up by Snork #70. For the anniversary release, no one less than Neil Landstrumm and Bill Yougman are turning the heat up, serving two joint tracks and two solo ones by Mr. Neil Landstrumm, finally getting right back to his very techno roots. What you finally get on the plate is a steaming Snork signature e.p.. Two veterans of underground techno clearly demonstrate what the one-of-a-kind Snork Enterprises sound tastes like. Based on voluminous, substantial underground techno beats, stunning bass lines pour in and get spiced up with boisterous experimentalism. It’s a symbiosis of the distinct Neil Landstrumm sound heated up with some special snorky attitude. It’s no small fry. It’s a hot, fat deep-frying dough of sizzling techno music. Snork #70 proudly presents: “Fry-Up e.p.”.
“A pioneer of new electronic styles with a strong signature techno sound often copied and imitated, he has always been, and continues to be, a unique electronic artist.” Neil Landstrumm clearly has been coining electronic techno music for the last twenty years. Often referred to as one of the innovators in techno, he has been working with significant labels such as Peacefrog, Tresor and Planet Mu. His multiple influences move from New York hiphop to bassy dubstep or ragga sound and melt into his unique techno style. Besides many notable cooperations with artist such as Optimo’s JD Twitch, Cristian Vogel, Si Begg and Tobias Schmidt, for many years now he’s been collaborating with Bill Youngman in various side projects. Now, history repeats, proudly presenting Snork #70.
“Dropping beats like bombs and weaving tsunamis of synth lines, he tops off his abstract and off-kilter techno sounds with authentic NYC hip hop elements: beat-boxing, freestyling and hyping up the crowd on the mic.” 1996 Bill Youngman debuted with his “Electrostep” on John Selway’s Serotonin Records. With its cuts, splices and distinct rearrangements already the debut gave an idea on how adventurous and dedicated Bill delves into electronic music, resulting in that very special splendid sound he has developed. 15 years later he has lost neither his addiction to experimental sounds nor his passion for his creations. In fact, he has been boosting it even more! Ten years of intense absorption of various club scenes all around the world lead to what could be named his most eminent year till now with his groundbreaking release “HH3″ on Killekill, 2011. There are only a few DJs to remain who fully engage their audience. “Unlike your average DJ, this man doesn’t look like he could be checking emails up in the booth.”
It’s a distinct sound diving deep down into the spheres of genuine underground techno where bass-lines surround your mind and the fascination of a gloomy yet groovy world of sounds inevitably enters your head. Founded in 2004 by techno DJ and producer Christian Schachta known as Syntax Error, Snork Enterprises is a base for modern underground electronic techno music. It’s not at all about being pretentious or arty for the sake of it. It’s about real depth on the dance floor. Short and sweet: very snorky! It’s a journey with friends such as Cristian Vogel, Phil Kieran, Jens Zimmerman, Daze Maxim, DJ W!ld and other big names from the techno scene having dedicated themselves to an uncompromising, stunning beat to go even further on a trip to the instantly exceptional, experimental sounds, ranging back to various roots of electronic underground.
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