Ascending techno wunderkind, Non Reversible, announces the arrival of new imprint Non Reversible Structures with the release of his own explosive ‘Destructive Boundaries’ EP. Having already gained the support of techno veterans Marcel Dettmann, Slam, Ben Sims, and Len Faki, and having already performed in Germany’s most fabled techno institutions like Tresor, Griessmuehle, and Institut für Zukunft, ‘Destructive Boundaries’ marks yet another breakthrough moment for the electrifying Berlin-based producer. As the follow up to last year’s hypnotic and emotional ‘Initial Mass Function’ EP on Bipolar Disorder, and the atmospheric ‘Open Cluster’ EP on EarToGround, ‘Destructive Boundaries’ finds the producer reaching relentless new heights with four powerful cuts of ferocious industrial techno.
‘Diorite’ kicks off the release with a sudden blast of metallic percussion, quickly accompanied by intrusive synths and an earth-shattering kick drum. Void of unnecessary pleasantries, ‘Diorite’ announces Non Reversible’s catastrophic ambitions with the urgency of a firestorm. The unabated seismic activity continues with ‘Basalt’, a hard-hitting yet atmospheric industrial stomper, in which trance-like synths rise to the surface and pierce through a symphony of raw atmospherics and pounding beats.
The inferno continues on the B-side with ‘Gabbro’, which builds tension through an incessantly amplifying radar bleep - as if warning us of the oncoming explosion of sound. As the expanding pressure is finally released we’re met with a thundering cacophony of distorted kicks, crisp hi-hats, and deranged synth loops that once again build to an inescapable fiery eruption. The destructive forces come to a head with ‘Adakite’, with ghostly howls washing over battering drums - like blazing wind blasting through a post-apocalyptic hellscape, leaving nothing but scorched earth in its wake.
‘Destructive Boundaries’ will be released both digitally and on vinyl end of May through Non Reversible Structures.
Preorder Vinyl at Decks Records will start 17.05.19