Dexydi EP

by Roboknob

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Camryn Marquez
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Camryn Marquez I love that super-exposed kick-drum sound, on the first track. This EP has some of the best sound design available, and it's a steal. Favorite track: Dexydi.
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Sofia’s quirky techno underground is densifying. Evolving around the Diviat Slon parties (residents: StefaK & Stefan Goldmann), the Beton nights, the indoors offspins of Artmospheric festival and unannounced appearances of KiNK under his Cyrillic guise, raw and rave-infused techno is increasingly defining the city’s sound of the small hours.

Roboknob are part of this movement, and this is their debut EP. A live hardware duo, Yasen and Stanislav drop rugged, noisy machine jams around the Bulgarian capital and have been regulars at Artmospheric. The EP’s tracks have been distilled from their live repertoire and were mixed by Stefan Goldmann into sharply defined form with added bite.

‘Dexydi’ is Greek for acid - the corrosive liquid, not the music. Accordingly, its heavy-handed single-note bass attack will cut through anything. ‘Spellbind’ is more bouncy with frantic upward movements, distorted percussive fallout and a seasick bass foundation. ‘Liulka’ handles two layers of time rubbing off of each other: quirky and pushing high in the sky, against the bass drum mechanics down low. A suitable acoustic symbol for Sofia’s state of techno.

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released March 20, 2017

Written & produced by Roboknob
Mixed by Stefan Goldmann
Mastered by Rashad Becker

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