Fallhead – Cromosom001 // feat. Andreas Kremer

Moody techno alert. And that’s good thing. Listen or buy.

The new EP from Fallhead is one of those too cool for school ones where there are no track names, just numbers. But that’s ok. This is minimal, dark techno all the way. Put on a grimace, turn off the lights and dance like The Long March. Maoist techno anyone?

Blurb: CROMOSOM is an organized structure of electronic music and people found on the dancefloor. It is a multiple piece of coiled music containing many percussive elements, different technologic sounds and unique interpretations of emotions and experience. CROMOSOM is a special label for control all music functions by using special selected artists such as Fallhead , Plasmic Shape or Allan Blomquist featuring some interesting remix artists. Its a special playground for all people involved and as we know everything can arise out of a CROMOSOM. The first strike CROMOSOM001 (there will be no special tracknames cause we focus on the music and everyone shall interpret the sound on his or her own) comes to you by Fallhead, already known from Brood-Audio, 10Inch, K:Lender and Logism, including a massive remix by LifeForm Records labelhead Andreas Kremer.

12″ Vinyl & Digital Release-Dates will be announced soon …

forthcoming: Cromosom002 by Plasmic Shape & Echologist

Released by: Cromosom
Release/catalogue number: CRMSM001

~ by acidted on January 26, 2012.

2 Responses to “Fallhead – Cromosom001 // feat. Andreas Kremer”

  1. Ooh, yes please!

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