This is just a beautiful electro soundscape track – super slow, about a car – with computerised engine noises and a slow electro beat.
Crossing a bridge between techno and house – certainly more house-paced but more of a techno feel, a tad emotive and inspirational.
Quite tough minimal techno that sounds like an adventure through the cosmos.
A hypnotic minimal version of Madonna doesn’t really work in the head but it works in the ears. Maybe I’ll hate it tomorrow, but this is very well done, like all ODE tracks.
Such a dreamy edit of Billie Jean – this just oozes class from another Romanian on the move. One assumes that it will never be released.
Lively, bassline-driven beauty on Nina’s label, with a floating breakdown. Quite intelligently laid-out.
Really slow minimal track, with a very valid point that all the gropey types out there should heed – just let people fucking dance.
So much energy and a bit of acid.
Genius piece of minimal techno, based over the hook from When Doves Cry from Prince. This is just such a great track.
Stripped back house track, heavily sampling Rosie Gaines, but keeping it much more modern.
Kind of like a sad, sombre march of soldiers back from being defeated in a war, armed with gloopiness, pinks and general minimal beauty.
Sounds like it could have been released yesterday but is not far off 30 years old. A dub techno track with vocal snippets laid over and a groovy as bassline.