Actually, it was a kinda long wait. After the 2020’s brilliant debut for the label by Scott Featherstone (under Triform alias), we were all very curious about what would happen next on Desyn’s Faciendo. Well, the wait is over. Matthias is ready to take us on a synth-y ride.
We’re starting with the B-side, with today’s “Enon”. Bubblin’ piece of dark beauty with a marching percussion for the start. Moderately aggressive in the middle, then a little break for… you know, break. Then – the grand finale with his signature sound mayhem. Easily one of the best works of Matthias.
If we’re starting from the B-side, let’s stay there for “Omega Doom”. A bit faster, a bit brighter, which makes it even more favorable for the dancefloors (I guess). The A-side starts with “Placid” – a piece with – you won’t believe – acid background (just a touch of it). Very delicate work, a starter, if you will. “Liturgic Acid Year”, as you can also see from its name, is taking us to that acid territory. And doing it quite well, also keeping it in the background (but a little bit closer to the front door, in comparison).
A very complex work by Matthias, just what you should expect from his level of production. Already available in all good stores, so you better hurry up to Juno, Deejay, Decks or, as I said, any good store. Also, I’m seeing that FAC-1 is ready to be repressed, so, if you missed that in 2020, now you better not.
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