MIM All-Stars EP
Round kicks and square rhythms from 4 familiar and not-so-familiar faces: the MIM 'All Stars EP' hit the decks with techno diversity. Which one has your preference? Kimvo drops a definite debut with 'Frakmentur', the first public result of N-Vitrals' techno orientated alias. A solid track featuring tight edits and quality production to top the dynamics. Hectic Fence drops his techno drive with 'Passed the fence', bringing back the vibe from his ealier Men In Motion work. Meanwhile the flipside gets a lot rougher, with Sandy Warez his credited hardhitting sound delivered through 'Static movement'. The last track on the EP is the freighttrain of this release: starting steady and building up constantly to a huge and heavy climax. With a curiously titled track like 'Father, hurry up and die', there is more to this Jeff Amadeus production than just hitting percussion. These men in motion deliver a fitting illustration of the hard techno crowd: 4 different drives, one piece of vinyl to bind them. MIM011 contains fresh sounds which blend in perfectly with any hard set.
A1. Kimvo - Frakmentur
A2. Hectic Fence - Passed the fence
B1. Sandy Warez - Static Movement
B2. Jeff Amadeus - Father, hurry up and die