As September draws to a close, we’re presented with the official follow-up to Adam Ellis‘ 2013 success, Napalm Poet.
Similar to its predecessor, Agent Orange really highlights the kicks and the prominent accompanying acid riffs, creating an energetic wrapper inside which the goosebump=inducing arps of the break reside. Overflowing with intensity as any great tech trancer should, Adam’s newest single is sure to be among the highlights of 2014, despite the great number of quality productions that have been released thus far.
If you’re a fan of the 303, the acid in Agent Orange is reason enough to stay and keep playing it. Add to that the crisp sound of the arps and the light female vocal chops and you’re in for a treat. The full length original is out Monday, September 29th, under Kearnage Recordings. Here’s what it sounds like:
Country: UK / Style: Tech Trance / Year: 2014 / Label: Kearnage Recordings
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