A new release on the belgian label Form And Function
Form and Function presents a compilation of 4 dancefloors orientated tracks by some of the label’s favorite producers. It marks the second episode of a new chapter where the label will focus on two styles. The Form series will have a diverse sound palette where the weird and beautiful come together. The Function series, on the other hand, have a focus on dancefloor orientated tracks.
On the A side, Thomas Hessler kicks things off with ‘9AM’. A track that’s both suitable for the peak-time moments as well as the late hours. This rhythmic voyage has a subtle rising-and-falling melody with some hints of trance.
Border One’s ‘Cenote’ is a funky groover that resonates well in any DJ set. A bell-like synth lurks you in and never let’s go throughout the entire track.
Rich of its sonorities of modular synthesizers this track has already found its place in the playlists of DVS1. He played it during his set at Dekmantel.
The B side kicks off with Phara’s ‘LFO Unit’ which is a true 90’s banger in his trademark style. Aggressive in both the percussion and kickdrum department. Add to this a soaring synthline and things will get messy on the dancefloor.
Last but not least is SP-X’s ‘Crossed in Flight’. Another funky groover that’s both timeless and mesmerizing. Fresh yet oldschool sounding techno that shakes things loose.