Our final premiere of the week comes from Minneapolis based techno producer Lonefront, who’s supplied a deep and hypnotic techno cut, perfect for murky basement clubs.
An artist out of Minneapolis by way of the Bay Area, Lonefront produces explorative techno cuts as well as his performances as a live modular act, appearing on bills alongside DVS1, Volvox and Planetary Assault Systems. Now, the Minnesotan producer brings his dynamic take on the genre to Kajunga Records with two tracks pressed on wax across ‘Additive Spectra / South Of Forever’.
Lead track ‘Additive Spectra’ is a loopy affair awash with alarming bleeps, moody low-ends and sharp percussion, before B2’s ‘South Of Forever’ provides a twisted, eerie soundscape as shadowy synths churn throughout this slice of modular grooves.
‘South Forever’ is deep and grimy, reminiscent of the classic Klockworks releases and cathartic dances at Berghain. Trippy melodies play off misty atmospheres, causing chilling and fine-drawn tension. This is modern day minimalism at its finest.