Between the thin line of the industrial powerful techno sound and the hypnotic madness, the Brazilian born and based Marcal has been conquering the national and international underground electronic music scene with his productions, releasing on such labels as Phobiq and Sam Paganini’s JAM.
This phenomenon of techno also has been turning heads for some years now with regular support from iconic names like Len Faki, Adam Beyer, Charlotte de Witte, and more. Adding Radio Slave to that list, Marcal now joins Rekids Special Projects with arguably his most exceptional release to date. It is a rumbling five-track techno release titled \’Reduction Pt.1\’ that is going to be out in the mid of September.
Review: 10/10. After listening to the whole EP we can tell you it is his most exceptional release to date. From track one to track five you can feel an endless spirit of exquisite industrial and rough techno, but always accompanied with high-octane, hypnotic and squelchy trancy melodies. This kind of tracks are the one that has all that energy madness, but with a well structure of sound, that make each track a high definition piece of rhythm that will make you dance.
‘Ainozama’ opens the package with pace as banging drums, offbeat clicks and a murky low-end lay the foundation for rave inspired screeches. ‘Cherry On Top’ is next with its metallic synths, pitter-patter percussion and scintillating atmospherics, leading into the relentless and undulating groove of ‘Heart Race’ which comes complete with sci-fi inspired bleeps. The final two tracks on the package see Marcal collaborate: firstly with Andc and Gabal on the high-octane, hypnotic and squelchy ‘Estado de Transe’; before Marcal teams up with Hosben for the twisted and rattling ‘Renoir’.
Rekids Special Projects will release ‘Reduction Pt.1’ on 18th September 2020. Buy Link: Here
Title: Reduction Pt.1
Label: Rekids Special Projects
Release date: 18th September 2020
Cat No: RSPX22
Buy Link: Here
01 Marcal – Ainozama
02 Marcal – Cherry On Top
03 Marcal – Heart Race
04 Marcal, Andc & Gabal – Estado de Transe
05 Marcal & Hosben – Renoir