A regular contributor to the catalogues of Permanent Vacation and TonAtom, Martin Enke aka Lake People first surfaced on Dresden’s Uncanny Valley last year with ‘Break The Pattern‘, a four-track blender of kosmische-indebted synths and 303-driven dynamics. Cloaked under the new alias of Amrint Keen, the German producer makes his return to UV in a few days with ‘AK OK‘.
Following on the heels of his previous instalment, Enke delivers yet again a first-class assemblage of propulsive grooves and outerspace-y keyboard lines in pure Legowelt style. Streaming in full over our channels today is the second cut and fiercest of the pack, ‘Dancing In The Parking Lot‘. Pedal to the metal, the track vamooses from a burnt-out tarmac for a cruise at stratospheric heights, gently swerving from a dizzying feel of pure speed to more contemplative asides, yet never pumping the brakes from the second you hit the play button. Heavy stuff.
AK OK is released via Uncanny Valley on 5th February, pre-order a copy from Bandcamp.
2. Dancing in the Parking Lot
3. Natural Homeostasis