“I’ve really got very little info on this musician other than that he’s been making music for the past 13 years releasing on the Vault Series and Ann Aimee, lives in Berlin as a mastering engineer and avoids traceable public communication – I’ve just played 3 tunes at the beginning of the show which Sawlin released in March on the ‘Ann Aimee’ label “the techno dumping EP,”
No track list, just get your friends round, turn out the lights and start a party for the next 50 minutes!!!”
Ann Aimee (ann016) 12″ Ltd / 12″ / mp3 EP / WAV EP
Release date: 26th March 2012
MP3 Download included with vinyl purchase – First 80 copies limited transparent vinyl.
Having lain out it’s darkened techno vision with the epic and enthralling Inertia compilation over the last few months, Delsin‘s little sister, Ann Aimee, is back. Back with another bang, this time from mysterious Vault Series associate Sawlin who drops four cuts of grainy, scratchy sounds with his Techno Dumping EP.
‘Boring Feels‘ is the deepest offering, gently pushing forward as sharp percussion sounds roll off the heavy and hunched over bottom end. ‘Techno Dumping‘ is a punchier affair with trippy background atmospherics and a cantering bottom end that’s paranoid as hell, whilst ‘Datamen Working‘ is a dubbed out destroyer with eerie shapes craft sounds and muffled vocals throughout. Closer ‘Neid Auf Vacuum‘ lets in some shafts of melodic light to its clappy house heart, with rippling keys and train-track sounds fleshing out the backdrop: more finely crafted dance floor weapons you simply need in your collection.