Scotland’s Terminal V Festival follows up its record label launch with a techno cut by Julian Muller. French-born, Belgium-based producer Julian is the latest member to join the label with his new single ‘Let It Bounce’. Subtle tribal percussion underpin a techno kick, while pads, sequencers and a vocal ride dance on top.
The track is a multi-purpose trip that may fit into all manner of DJ sets, possibly showing that he’s a name to watch after outings on HEX, Bipolar Disorder and his own recently established NALI imprint.
He follows in the footsteps of Edinburgh artist Franck, who kicked off the Terminal V Records launch earlier this summer with the ‘For Real’ single which won the support of Amelie Lens and Anfisa Letyago.
Julian Muller ‘Let It Bounce’ is out now on Terminal V Records.