Trapez 106 - Christian Martin - Ghosts

We welcome this fantastic producer on Trapez with this piece of music which is quite different from most of what we get today.
The title track „Ghosts“ feels like as if Klaus Nomi and Kraftwerk were performing together... something we would have loved to have seen but which never happened.
This track is not not for the people who love it safe but for the adventurous and the wicked. Voices like sirens striking with high pitched tongues being counteracted by basslines with a surface that can only be described as rough as chunks of splintered steel.
A brilliant stop and go feeling shows that Christian Martin is the master on the steering wheel when it comes to controlling the movement.
“Work” is a groove box, a cool dubbed out steady going beat that never stops, never rests. A track that you will need when playing on after-hours. A track that does not let you down.
Sometimes it gets really cool, quirky, silly and goes into acid... crystal clear, sharp as a diamond.
Then suddenly it turns back to normal, returning to the steady groove, just before Christian Martin throws in the Conga... well this guy is really the MAMBO-ACID KING of techno house!
„Song for Pop“ is a downbeat-drum and bass-ambient-acid-dub-soul-electronic-krautrock-track.
A mega blast from the past, a massive bassline rocker slow and heavy. Try it open air!

Release date: 8 March 2010

A. Ghosts

B1. Work

B2. Song For Pop

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