Catalog

Cover by seandonson

Groj

Untitled 14

06.01.2010

A - Beren Gardh
B - Nén Varna
C - Ethuil Siniath

Groj's Untitled 14 collects three techno tracks, at once epic and quirky. Groj's use of synthesis is so diverse and highly crafted that electronic becomes organic, each track creating its own ecosystem of cohabiting life-forms. Though Untitled 14 is aimed at the dancefloor, you could almost imagine no human hand intervening in their creation, but artificial life forms creating sound according to game theory that balances struggle with harmony.
Beren Gardh (the bold world) is entangled and suspenseful, generating rippling sounds that accumulate to capacity...and release.
Nén Varna (safe waters) is a steady thump amidst turmoil, seeking island refuge from a wild ocean.
Ethuil Sinath (spring tidings) is an ornate and sensual progression of beats and blossoming vernal melodies.


Support

Laurent Garnier (F Communications)
Rating: 4 - will play this a lot

Deepchild (Trapez / Anabatic / Resopal)
Rating: 4 - Loose and experimental, dope. Exciting to hear such unexpectedly creative work.

Max Cooper (Traum)
Thanks for this, Beren Gardh is a really really great track!!

Tom Findlay (Groove Armada / Lovebox)
Rating: 4 - nice and moody, but not too much so.

Orde Meikle (Slam / Soma)
Rating: 4 - nice release - dark and warped - like this

Spesh (Loöq)
beren gardh fits my sets best. great mixture of dance floor umph and intricate techno detail.

Naveen G (listed / Emote / Toes in the Sand)
just wanted to say i love what you guys do. keep up the awesome releases.

Tomi Chair (Nice & Nasty / Ballarine)
I love 'Ethuil Siniath'. Good warm & intelligence.
All Content © Copyright 2010 Untitled & After.