Our first premiere of the week comes in the form with new music from Limerick boss man Chaz Moloney as he debut on Obsuur’s sub-label Ótomo Trax. We premiere the Aeron XTC remix as he pumps some rolling rhythms into the original, serving up a pumping rework of Chaz’s original.

Chaz Moloneys 4 track debut on Obsuur’s sub-label Ótomo Trax is comprised of 2 original tracks and 2 remixes from two Irish techno stalwarts, Aeron XTC & Mode_1.

I’ve really taken my time in releasing any music over the past while, as I wanted to wait until I was fully confident and sure of what I was putting out. And I think this EP, although only 2 tracks long, captures the sound I’m chasing at the moment.

Chaz Moloney has been at the helm of Limericks techno scene for many years. Running Touch Of Techno and being one half of Midweek means that Chaz is dedicating his full time to a career within dance music. Having had a successful year with Midweek releases alongside David Sheeran, Chaz’s willingness to release some new music under his own name slowed down, as the Limerick native wanted to craft a idiosyncratic sound that portrayed his music in an idiosyncratic light and banging intent.

Aeron XTC has been a staple part of Dublin’s thriving techno scene for many years, having run many important nights such as Trainwreck and now Research label. If you’ve been attending any sort of techno night in Dublin in the last decade, there’s a rather sizeable chance that you’ve caught Aeron XTC at the helm of the decks one night or another. Aeron’s versatility and adroitness as a DJ has seen him play long alongside some of the best DJ’s on the planet. Warming up for Dave Clarke, Fjaak, Karenn, Paula Temple, Regis and more

Aeron XTC’s remix for Chaz Moloney see’s the Research boss dive into deep and driving territories, as he puts an atmospheric spin on the original track. Bouncing basslines meet swinging synth hooks and cavernous atmosphere for a forceful club tool that has just the right amount of spring with a sprinkle of menace from the Dublin god of slaughter.

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