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COD3 reach release number 10, and before unveiling some special info later in the year we get to digest another four exclusive and totally sick tracks from the anonymous camp. Incase you missed the announcement, 009 artist reveals were: Loïs, Voltaire, Biz, and Softly...
Onto this one and "How D'ya Like Your Beef" deploys droning square waves, stuttered synthdrums and gurgling, squealing analoguesque bass work. Pretty wild and very likely to twist craniums inside out! A good start then.
"Poliritmo" heads for the lazer guided main room, resplendent of a over-night stay in the world's party capital, Berlin; it hums and dings with techno pressha thru & thru and is certain to be a mainstay across board for its functionality and omnipresent drive.
"Internal" kicks up the distortion into the red as a Surgeon-esque aeronautic techno groove is laced with glacial synth shards and jet-engine breakdowns. Leaving me quite breathless now folks!
Just enough time for a micro-anthem to send us spiralling into the speaker stacks with our arms aloft; "Bye Bye" utilizing the step-sequencer to devastating effect as a conctrentic arpeggiator pattern is sent ricocheting off into oblivion - seriously this is gonna boomerang yer brain around the club!
Exciting and engaging, grab-you-by-the-throat dance music from some proper stalwarts. Top drawer!
Head to their Instagram page (ig: cod3qr) for clues to the artist identities of Cod3QR001, 002, 003, 004, 005, 006, 007, 008 & 009...
A1. Artist Code 4C472E - How D'ya Like Your Beef
A2. Artist Code 53504D & 414D41 - Poliritmo
B1. Artist Code 534358 - Internal
B2. Artist Code 494E46 - Bye Bye