From Essex and London via Rotterdam, to Novi Sad, Serbia, and Prnjavor, Bosnia – Mechanistic Overlap is a four part sharp slab of sound.
The glitch razors of Vacated’s RM2 meets the rumbling, tough heady roller of The Anvil by Lag & Forest People. Flip the record over and Matt TdK’s Industry with its blackened wall of atmospheric paranoia and hammers sits in contrast to the Brixton-meets-Birmingham steel drums of I Like You Least of All by newcomer Ruins.
David Meiser - Inigo Kennedy (Token, Rodz Konez, Stroboscopic Artefacts)
"DRKFLR003 sounds great! Like A1 and A2 the most I think. Will give them a blast at the weekend!"Coefficient (Duality, Labrynth, M_REC)
"Really like the B side tracks on this release. 'Know Your Root's reminds me of some early Oliver Ho releases on Meta. 'Transcending Your Fears' is also nicely dark. Full support!"Dare&Haste (Pareto Park, Trust)
"Soviet Rules is the perfect example of why Meiser is one of my favourite producers. Twisted, dark, intelligent & hard as nails. The relentless synth work & punishing drum work is right up my street. Coupled with the speech samples I'm totally sold. More!!!"George Lanham (Engineroom, Pareto Park, The Public Stand)
"These are great tracks, proper techno."Objekt (PAN, Leisure System, Hessle Audio)
"it's a solid release but a bit too main-room warehousey for me if i'm honest."