Genre/Influences: Acid, Techno.
Format: Digital, Vinyl.
Background/Info: Here comes a new split release in Tripalium Records’ “Acid Avengers”-series. Two French artists contributed to this work featuring four songs.
Content: DynArec opens with a solid Acid cut featuring sexy, Russian, female samplings. The other cut still sounds like Acid but is also pretty Dance/Techno driven. Captain Mustache takes over with a colder piece while the other one features DynArec.
+ + + : DynArec is an experienced project which you can notice at the excellent opening track “Rebelmodel” which is for sure the high light. The samples inject a sensual touch to the work. Captain Mustache sounds less Acid driven but I like the cold approach in sound featuring pitched, robotic vocals/samples.
– – – : The best cut is right at the beginning so there’s no next climax.
Conclusion: “Acid Avengers” is an opportunity to discover the minimal sound approach often carried by Acid of the French label Tripalium Records.
Best songs: DynArec: “Rebelmodel”.
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