REVIEW: Planetary Assault Systems is back in the fullest swing with "No Exit EP".
Definitely Luke Slater s most well known pseudonym Planetary Assault Systems is now at a critical point in his career, where him can\’t do better the things because he\’s doing it perfect. This September 16, 2013 \”No exit EP\” is going to be available for purchase digitally or on vinyl and would be released on Mote Evolver Recordings, definitely you need to get this great EP that unmistakably bears all the hallmarks of Planetary Assault System, from mind-tripping and floor-stirring hypnotic energy to the theme of pushing the outer limits of unknown territories.that\’s right, this release comes loaded with three great techno original masterpieces, after getting access to this incredible EP we leave the following review.
No Exit, the first track of this very sick release starts with full energy, a powerfully hypnotic groove drawing the listener into a completely beautifully harmony of madness, we like the harmonic breakdown combined with a very fancy banging background this track carries. meanwhile Undertow, the second track, is very sticky, often maintain a heavy rhythm and peace will not let another second of your mind to be free, this are the kind of tracks that get very deeper in the dancefloor, yo just get energy and more energy and it seems that the track would never end! a very nice work on this one. the third and final track is Nanendi, it seems that as the EP progresses madness and darkness descends over the tracks, Being natendi the last masterpiece of this release, you definitely would enjoy 5:12 minutes of what we know as a dark heavy bomb ready for the dancefloor. for sure this three tracks would blow your mind and body so prepare for something big and heavy if you can handle it of course.
Review: 10/10Release date:September 16th, 2013
Release Info: Luke Slater’s most well-known pseudonym Planetary Assault Systems is back in the fullest swing with ‚No Exit‘, a standalone EP following his famed ‚Deep Heat‘ installment series. ‚No Exit‘ unmistakably bears all the hallmarks of Planetary Assault System, from mind-tripping and floor-stirring hypnotic energy to the theme of pushing the outer limits of unknown territories.
The EP kicks off with the title track, at its first breath of rolling beat already infusing an ample dose of psychedelic madness, which only to be intensified with the layers of digital chime tones that are constantly multiplying and shape-shifting. “Undertow” on the B side continues with the signature warping and reverberating bells and bleeps but this time with enticing hi-hats and distorted bass, gradually all melting into one big sinister groove. The last track of the EP “Nanendi” might fool you in the beginning with its minimalistic beat, but as soon as the demure yet ominous veil of melody – beautifully moody and almost spooky at times – starts humming and howling, it’s well on its way to make a deep, haunting emotional connection while keeps the tension boiling.
Without a doubt ‚No Exit‘ EP is the one that shows the most distinctive core DNA of Planetary Assault Systems and much like his seminal album The Messenger, it’s a deadly unique, dazzling, and powerfully effective work that will stand the test of time