Daniel Boon ”Definition”

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Artist: Daniel Boon
Title: Definition
Label: !Organism
Release Date: 7 September, 2015
Format: Digital
Cat #:
01. Daniel Boon – Definition (Original Mix)
02. Daniel Boon – Ultimate Dancer (Original Mix)
03. Daniel Boon – Ultimate Dancer (Sin Sin Remix)

Swiss techno label !Organism is back after a busy summer of releases with yet more club dynamite in the form of a new EP from Daniel Boon. His top two originals get remixed by Sin Sin and all in all this is another essential package.

Boon has been DJing since 1997 and producing records since 2004. He has been tapped up for his unique techno by labels like Ostfunk and Neuhain and now makes his debut on Organism in fine style.

Up first is the compelling ‘Definition,’ a murky and machine techno track with heavyweight kicks and grainy textures all running through the groove. It is an industrial tinged affair with dubbed out undercurrents, icy hi hat ringlets and stomping claps that really make you want to move.

Then comes the just as excellent ‘Ultimate Dancer,’ which is less of a warehouse banger and is more funky and light footed. It is run through with alien synths and cantering drums and is constantly working towards a tense crescendo. When the pressure is released and the thing kicks properly, ‘floors are sure to be swept away in its wake.

Remixing this one is Sin Sin, who runs his own vinyl labels and is an !Organism regular with his own dynamic brand of pumped up techno. His version is less dark and has more air and space in its arrangement. Tense chords still litter the funky rubber kicks, but there is a sense of playfulness here that will really stand it out.

With this EP !Organism welcome a hot new talent to the fold and with his first EP for the label he doesn’t disappoint.


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