Today we premiere a stunning remix from British techno don Blue Hour, as he put’s an ecstasy driven spin on the The Chronics original. Pulverising low end grooves, brisk breakbeats & euphoric synth lines make for a classy re-work from one of the UK’s finest techno craftsmen.
Crafting his own sound since making his debut back in 2018, Geneva-based DJ, producer, and label owner The Chronics is stepping things up as he showcases his take on techno. Founder of Bipolar Disorder records, his productions have since been picked up by the likes of RAW and Vitus’ Case, merging pacy breakbeat nuances with more traditional influences to deliver ever-changing and unpredictable journeys.
Up next, he returns on home turf to the label’s vinyl-focused series, offering two powerful originals across ‘Cosmic Delight’, backed by dynamic remixes courtesy of label co-owner Chlär and British techno mainstay Blue Hour.
Blue Hour’s sound is synonymous with the UK, as he blurs the lines between techno and rave focussed grooves of jungle, acid techno and hay-wired breakbeats.
Blue Hour’s spin on The Chronic’s original is exactly what we’ve come to expect from the now Berlin based producer. Tough low end groove lays a foundation for sizzling breakbeats, that simmer along, peaking in and out of the mix, leaving a ravishing scent of UK character in their path. Luscious pads and sauntering synth lines put an elated end of the night spin on an otherwise rough neck anthem. This is peak-time head banging slaughter, with just the right amount of euphoria to make it stand on it’s on two feet, among a two strong originals and a hearty remix from Chlär.