Reset Robot, one of Truesoul’s household names, delivers with “Rebellion” his 8th installment on Adam Beyer’s label. As you’d expect, it’s once again a varied EP, only this time with two tracks instead of the usual four. Let’s take a closer look at this EP, that, not only because of its length, but also because of some musical changes, differs quite a bit from its predecessors.
“Rebellion” is an interesting blend of techno and tech house. It’s an energetic, club-oriented track with subtle sounds, effects and the occasional vocal sample, that blend together well and interchange throughout the track. It’s the kind of track that you’d expect to hear in a B2B set from Adam Beyer and Ida Engberg.
Things quickly take a deeper turn with this second, and final track. Unlike the opener, “The Hanging Gardens Of Babylon” is a very atmospheric and slow-paced track that’s perfect to end your set with. That is, if you’re an opening DJ or if you are not too focused on peak-time techno.
“Rebellion” is out now on Truesoul.