With support by John Selway, Stephan Bodzin, Perc, Technasia, Xhin, Tony Rohr, Dean Facer and many more. The catalogue number 013 on the Berlin label Phunkit Records is at the same time the starting shot for the first vinyl release. And exactly this one shows down-to-earth techno from the capital, elaborated and cunning, by the artist duo Takt Tick. The actual overhead conveyors and host DJs from the tresor club present trend-setting productions. The name U1 is, brought to the point, a little journey through the time of Berlins underground. The a1 side sends the listener on a trip which is coined by dynamical passages of highs and crispy bass parts. Uncompromisingly does the rhythm chase around the focused, flogging consonance and the slowly modulated intervals with short breaks. On the b side: Whisper, a subtle peak-time monster which does not know any kind of holdup, full of energy and only waiting for the chance to make the strobes lose their wind. Black Worms is a b2-bomber for sure. With its dusky sounds, it is solidly rolling without downward movement. Shady, resonant, consequent and remorseless.

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