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04 November 2016
Jonas Kopp and Pfirter - Seek EP


    Apart from couple of beatless build-up droners added for the digital version (#1 and #4), tracks on these Argentinian artists' split EP are a decent addition and a good representative of PoleGroup sound.

    Jonas Kopp delivers a spacious, nervously pulsating banger with genetically modified Goliath kicks supported by non-persistent hats and a more restrained number where kicks play a smaller role, supplied with various hats that take shifts plus a catchy two-bar loop that gets aptly delayed from time to time. Both at 130 BPM.

    Pfirter's first contribution is a storming work made out of short attacks of white noise on the high frequencies of the spectrum, distant, barely heard hats and fairly subtle drum kicks whose role is outgained by a low-frequency droning, the second one being a wayward groove-laden number with, just as the rest of the tracks, unsyncopated, steady kicking pattern, and oddly-placed, scattered hats. 128 and 129 BPM on those.


Release Type: EP

Release Date: 4 November 2016

Release Format: Digital ● Vinyl

Record LabelCatalog: PoleGroup ● POLEGROUP041

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| Added by: rhetor
| Tags: Pfirter, Jonas Kopp, EP, PoleGroup, Techno, 2016