Techno, breaks and old school artist, Force Mass Motion, is back with a new EP on his own self-titled label. The man born Mike Wells has been making big room club music since 1991. Since then he’s put out a wealth of tracks including the largest of them all, ‘Panic.’
A remixer of everyone from Moby to Adam F he has collaborated with a long list of names and had music licensed to the US TV and film. Now he serves up his latest tracks. First up is the breakbeat drive ‘Quicker Than The Fast Of Light’, which is wired up with all manner of stepping chords and arpeggiated synths. It’s a metallic track that is built on twisting, turning, crashing drums and is aimed for maximum effect in strobe lit clubs.
Second offering ‘OYeah’ explores a totally different mood: it's late night techno with neon synths, acid and high speed grooves all taking you into the future. Cowbells, vocal samples and sweeping filters all add detail.
It’s out 24 May.