Producer/DJs that can claim crowning credibility within more than one sphere of dance music's notoriously fickle underground are an extremely rare beast. Yet, Welsh-born globe-trotting dancefloor polymath Doc Daneeka is concrete proof that this breed is definitely not extinct.
'Treptow', his second for NUMBERS, represents some of his darkest, starkest work to date. A man that's no stranger to the tougher end of techno's spectrum, the pounding, grunting rhythms of the A-side could sit pride of place amongst the back-catalogue of any of the Detroit's intense second wave godfathers. Its flip-side, 'Paname', in full near nine-minute glory, takes a similar propulsive formula, but via a real journey of keys and filters that expands in musicality and dimensions to dazzling effect.