Today we premiere some nail biting techno from a new Irish label Puragtory. Their first VA features an amalgamation of both Irish and international talent and today we host ‘Executioner’ by Richie Corrigan which lyes on pulverising bass drums, textured distortion and metallic percussion.
Irish techno party Purgatory launches its first chapter as a label with a hard hitting VA of angry techno. Purgatory was born in Berlin with the aim of hosting tough as nails techno parties with avant-garde acts from across Europe and Ireland. Purgatory has hosted heavy hitters Dave Clarke, Chlär, Echoes Of October, Illnurse, Cailín, Jamie Behan & more across Berlin, Manchester & Galway.
The party & label celebrates its year anniversary of ferocious techno, with the birth of the label which features act’s from Ireland and further ashore, which keeps in line with labels ethos. Among the bill of producers on the VA is Cailín, Richie Corrigan, D. Carbone, Aero, Myler, Felix6ood & Pet Duo.
Today we host a ‘Executioner’ from label founder Richie Corrigan. Richie cut his teeth as a DJ in Galway and Limerick, hosting parties in varous club as well as being responsible for multiple underground parties across the two cities before moving to Berlin. Over the years Richie has supported Dave Clarke, Paul Seul, Echoes of October, PETDuo, Cailín, Angy Kore, Gabriel Padrevite and more.
‘Executioner’ lyes in a tangent with his love for distortion, and the tribal feeling of pounding bass. Tough off-kilter bass drums, work with sliver licked percussion hits and troublesome distorted atmospheres. The track has sudden breakdown points, before arriving at a new venomous energy. This is angry and cathartic techno made for the floor.