Reset Robot – Direction [EP Review] – EDM All Day

Reset Robot – Direction [EP Review] – EDM All Day

Versatility is a defining characteristic of Reset Robot‘s sound. From atmospheric melodic cuts, to extra summary sounds, to techno, the seasoned skilled flows between genres with precision. He summons the brooding facet of his artistry in Direction, which he’s signed onto his and Alan Fitzpatrick‘s joint label effort, Whistleblower.

Reset Robot takes no prisoners with the EP’s namesake opener, slamming listeners onto the ground with rumbling hits of percussion and hair-raising acid pictures that pierce the thoughts. The German stalwart Heiko Laux takes remixing duties, making a extra subdued, however equally highly effective rendition of the unique “Direction.” Both variations are made for the peaktime.

“Polara” powers upward into area with twinkling synth notes that ping round a driving core comprised of hypnotic kicks and a standout bassline. There’s hardly any room to breathe by means of its consistency, making for a document that forces endurance out of its shoppers. Finally, “Beams” closes the EP out with a touch of nostalgic taste, utilizing acquainted chords and natural, plucky progressions that add a way of authenticity to the completed product. That mentioned, the observe has a foot nicely inside the fashionable world, using atmospheric accents and clear mastering for a refined, forward-thinking sound.

 

 

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