Today, Belgium-based artists, Aerotronic, hit the techno realm hard with their new EP, Night Deconstructions Part 1. Out now via Teenage Riot Records (JFK of MSTRKRFT’s label), the EP features three deep, intense tracks: The Switch, Alter, and Nervous Breakdown.
Giving us what sounds like a techno rinse of Dem Slackers, The Switch endlessly creates menacing atmospheres, which course through the entire track (and frankly, the entire album). After listening, you’ll find that Aerotronic, in particular, is one group that consistently adds new character to their sound. Alter follows up in a more minimal fashion, bringing back that iconic Ghetto House and Detroit House sensation! The powerful drum arrangement and low end noise really clash in a way that creates a remarkable tone. Wrapping it up, Nervous Breakdown introduces a unique flavor of sound, inducing stress and suspense – something similar to that of French techno artist, Gesaffelstein.
Check out Switch, the first track off of the Night Deconstructions Part I EP:
“Teenage Riot Records is flinging itself into oncoming traffic in excitement for the release of Night Deconstructions Part 1, the new EP from Aerotronic! The Belgium boys return with that unique sound they’ve perfected time and time again. This time, its deep, dark, and deep again. “The Switch” pulsates with rolling percussion and sonorous pads. “Alter” sounds like it climbed out of a haunted computer and into the night club. “Nervous Breakdown” is the same haunted computer ghost, but this time he’s angry and the only way he can seek revenge is by having the ladies bandy their private areas about willy nilly. Who knows where part two is going to take us, but GOD DAMN we’re excited!”