LOSSLESSTechno (Raw / Deep / Hypnotic)

Ardalan, Kill Frenzy – The Maniac / DHB055

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RELEASE: The Maniac
ARTIST(S): Kill Frenzy, Ardalan


PUBLISHER: Desert Hearts Black / DHB055
MUSICAL GENRE: Lossless, Techno (Raw / Deep / Hypnotic)
RELEASE DATE: 2023-04-21
FILE SIZE: (114.91 MB)

The Maniac have 3 TOTAL TRACKS

  1. Ardalan – Ruby and the Fish (06:28) 12A, 128
  2. Kill Frenzy, Ardalan – Paravision (05:29) 04B, 129
  3. Ardalan – The Maniac (06:43) 04A, 130

Total Playtime: 00:18:40 min

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Ardalan joins Desert Hearts Black with three acid-tinged dancefloor destroyers, assisted by the very talented Kill Frenzy.

Born in Tehran, Iran, Ardalan Noghre-Kar possesses a unique and fresh perspective on music. His mixes, remixes, and dubs are known for their sass, energy and wickedly wry samples, but his original tracks are where his efforts shine. Signed to Dirtybird, and Pets Recordings to name a few, Ardalan has been a staple in this industry for quite some time.

“In such a fast-paced, ever-evolving world, I wanted to highlight how important it is to drown out the noise sometimes and return to humanity.” Ardalan says, “This EP dives into the realm of a fictional dystopian and apocalyptic world that could very well become our reality if we don’t take action.”

First up, ‘Ruby and The Fish’ opens his account with wavy robotic percussions and a huge low end. The EBM inspired warehouse drums and wild builds transform the light and dark sections equally with energy and transcendental dread. Next, fellow Dirtybird Kill Frenzy collaborates on ‘Paravision’ a moody acid raver full of dark intent for those late hour heads down stompathons we all love. Icy sonics and spiky percussions juxtapose the squelchy acid with aplomb. Finally, ‘The Maniac’ rounds out the EP. Written to express the struggles ‘to be human in a society that is overtaken by AI and technology’, the dark warehouse drums and acid nuance is subtly transcended by warm pads and heartening vocals. Like a Vengelis soundtrack for modern times, it’s utterly spell-binding.

“I was really inspired by the sound and music of movie scores from the 80s. Especially Vengelis from Blade Runner. Using a modern gear like the Deckard’s Dream (Inspired by the Yamaha CS80 synthesizer), I was really able to add cinamatic sequences and melody’s to give it a bit of soul and emotion; human.” – Ardalan//

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