We have the pleasure of premiering some more slamming Irish techno, this time courtesy of Ireland’s next industrial prodigy, Sjush. The young producer features on TTIDM for a four track EP on 12 inch, today we premiere ‘Cataclysm’ a slamming rave anthem that lyes on authoritative stabs, breakbeats, and blitzing kick drums.
Sjush, a relatively fresh name in the realm of hard as nails techno, made his mark in 21′ with a spate of self-released EPs and an appearance on SPEED’s free download series. The young up and coming artist’s love for raw, seductive techno paired with a penchant for rave has left fans in hypnotic pleasure, making him one to watch and receiving praise from Manni Dee, Yasmin Gardezi, Pelin Vedis, RiotCode, and others.
Sjush now arrives on Techno Is The Devil’s Music with a quartet of hard edged rave tools. The EP is ripe with stabby grooves, hammering low end and crunching percussion. This is the perfect depiction of Sjush’s priduction journey.
Cataclysm is a rugged rave anthem that sounds like a peak-time at a warehouse party. This commands your attention as bashful stabbing chords punch through the mix, and bouldering kick drums drive the groove. This will be a big anthem this summer, for fan’s of FJAAK & Kettama.