Hot on the heels of a much tasty EP for Munich’s Molten Moods, Leipzig’s multi-strain hybridizer Leibniz clocks in with his second 12″ for his own label Hundert, following the 2017-issued ‘Online‘. True to his patented genre-busting approach to club rhythms, the German producer once again delivers with ‘Hydron‘ – a sharp-edged trident of strafing bassy tech music that packs a nasty nuclear punch.
Finest example of the strike-force at work here, our pick ‘Hydrogen‘ ups the levels of adrenaline to an alarming ratio without further ado. Revving up the nitro engines, Leibniz propels us headlong into a fast-track tunnel of screeching chords, turbo-powered drum dementia and bass-heavy barrage fire, draping the whole in lavish folds of bamboozling post-prod tricks. Hear the mental breaksy upsurge and chopped-up rave sirens calling? It’s Hurricane Leibniz coming for you.
Hydron is released via Hundert on 6th December, pre-order a copy from Bandcamp.
A1. Bubble Tune
B2. Deep Sea