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Reset Robot

Snow leap

Following his Atelier release in the summer of 2012, Reset Robot is back with the Intacto crew to bring an EP full of only the best of this tech mastermind. Already premiering a talent heavy line up like Itamar Sagi, Shinedoe, and Gregor Tresher, Intacto’s legacy as a label continues to feature top artists as they release Snow Leap, their 44th to date. Familiar to many electronic fans and clubbers, Reset Robot’s sound is that of dubbed-out and moody tech house with bass lines larger than life. Following up his own impressive career with tracks on imprints such as Mistakes Music, 100% Pure, and Get Physical, this British top dog reaches ranks high in the charts where ever he goes.

Thick and heavy the title track Snow Leap opens up this two track wonder as its fresh vibe combines elements of post-minimal techno with a little bit of soul. Snappy waves of sound, chords, and dissonant efx create one stunning atmosphere of a track. Still hitting it with heavy kicks and large tech house vibes, Moosel paints a realm of fantasy. One for the floor, this drum filled beat has the ability to move bodies and hypnotize the senses to an otherworldly land of upfront tech. Both track expand upon Reset Robot’s energetic fusion of stripped-back grooves and big room beats.

With major support from names like Paco Osuna, Butch, and Adam Beyer, Reset Robot’s name is one to expect on the techno charts in the coming seasons. His ability to consistently deliver time and time again is that of a true talent and artist. Also known for heavy DJ sets with precise mixing and excellent energy flow, Reset proves his talents not only in the studio, but also behind a mixer. Given the success of this producer’s earlier release on Intacto, its no surprise to see him popping up once more. Undoubtedly his work will shine with the others as it makes its way up the tech house charts once again.