Artists: Mike Storm & Grg
Title: Eleven EP
Label: Orbis Records
Format: Vinyl & Digital
Cat. #: ASG/OR011
Release Date: December (Physical), December (Digital)
Distribution: EPM Distribution & Triple Vision
A1. Mike Storm – One Target (Remix)
A2. Mike Storm – Unconnected
B1. Greg Seek – Rainy Monday‘s
B2. Greg Seek – 7Uhr2
Already played & supported by Jeff Mills, …
Mike has been around the Dutch Music Scene for a while, since the late 90‘s. Inspired by the Sound of Detroit & Dark Minimalistic Techno, he moved from turntables to his first analog gear to perform live-sets various local parties using only analog equipment. In 2012, things got interesting as Mike was noticed by „The Wizard“ Jeff Mills & Dimi Angélis, what resulted in a debut album on Subsist Records and his first vinyl on Belief System.
Born and raised in the GDR, today East Germany, Grg started making music in ‚94 using analog Equipment.
early 1995, he already played live-sets with 2 friends as Ensemble Acid Paul and later as „grg“ on his own. He relea- sed on TeKknik Experimental and EAP records.
Still producing with the amazing MPC3k, he never focused on one single Genre. „it‘s just Electronic Music“ he told us. A modest guy.
This EP contains a full side of each Artist.
The A-Side is the harder part, for the floor. Two must have hard slamming tracks full of 909 repetition, hats & men- tal hypnotic leads. 100% Mike. You‘ll love it.
The B-side is a black pearl. Deep, dark, melodic with a melancholic touch to it, an evergreen for sure. We were stunned by Grg from the first encounter!
„One Target“ got an overhaul. Detroit techno top notch, already played by Jeff Mills, over and over again.
„Unconnected“ feels like a statement. The slightly mental approach of the drums, the rhythm that makes you com- fortable yet not relaxed, takes this EP to a whole other level. Intelligent minimalistic techno.
On the B-side, „Rainy Monday‘s“: full of glitches, a brilliant catchy melody and an excuse to stay home and listen to this whole day long on repeat.