Portuguese Techno star Lewis Fautzi delivers his latest high intensity EP, Molecular Spasms. A tough yet refined release, Fautzi continues to impress with his productions.
This release caps off Slam's Soma Track Series project, which began as an outlet for bootlegs made for their DJ sets. "The series had quite a strict format and now we feel we've taken that as far as we can at this stage," said the Glaswegian duo. "It's fitting that we're closing the series with Green Velvet as his older works on Cajual and Relief were a big inspiration for this series in the first place."
Yet more blissful listening comes your way courtesy of the impeccably talented Deepchord. As we prepare for the release Auratones, the Detroit native's 5th LP for Soma, Rod delivers the calming Northern Shores EP.
A producer like no other, Deepchord creates new sonic realms with each release.
A foray into deep, organic, cinematic dance music. Subterranean bass, intercepted alien transmissions, and stripped down dance-beats meld with sheets of sounds that roll over the listener like waves lapping up on the shore.
Slam continue their prolific activity in 2017 with their new 4 tracker, The Sanctuary EP.
A year of relentless touring hasn't stopped the Soma label heads from firing on all cylinders with each release, and this latest EP sees the duo turn up the heat once more.
Manchester's Cleric makes his Soma debut with the Twenty Fourteen EP. A great example of the new breed of UK Techno producers, Cleric is a welcome addition to the Soma roster.