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TOKEN112 - ATLANTIS (INCL. OSCAR MULERO & MARCAL RMXS) - (KR!Z)
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ATLANTIS (INCL. OSCAR MULERO & MARCAL RMXS)
Label: TOKEN
Catalog No.: TOKEN112
Genre: TECHNO
Format: 12I
Release date: 25-11-2022
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(early support by Ben Klock, DVS1, DJ Nobu & Ben Sims) After solid follow-ups on Setaoc Mass's SK¦Eleven and James Ruskin's Blueprint, Kr!z now offers 'Atlantis',pushing new depth into two original tracks with remixes by the infamous Oscar Mulero and exciting up-and-coming Marcal.
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A1. Kr!z - Atlantis
A2. Kr!z - Atlantis (Oscar Mulero's Deconstruction)
B1. Kr!z - Nautilus
B2. Kr!z - Nautilus (Marcal Remix)





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Back from the studio with his second release on the label is Token's very own boss Kr!z. Positioned at the forefront of the international scene for quite some time as a DJ and label head, Kr!z first unveiled his work to the public as a producer on a few compilations starting in 2017, leading to a debut full-length EP 'Mantra' in 2019 via Token. After solid follow-ups on Setaoc Mass's SK¦Eleven and James Ruskin's Blueprint, Kr!z now offers 'Atlantis', pushing new depth into two original tracks with remixes by the infamous Oscar Mulero and exciting up-and-coming Marcal.

The title track 'Atlantis' claims the A1 wasting no time in clarifying the EP's intention. A brewing whirlpool of pitch bending pads suck in the listener while rowing down linear percussion and resonant stabs. The cut boasts dimension as it tosses and turns throughout its duration, taking us right into Oscar Mulero's 'deconstruction' as a follow-up. Respecting the cyclical spirit of the original track, Mulero slowly guides sustained bells through a thickened percussion-line to rethink Atlantis's accents. Mulero focuses the pace of the record and we land on a slightly more sequenced B side. 'Nautilus' brings a loopy groove with momentary dissonant synth-work to polish things up. Stricter transitions provide structure to the EP as a whole, and the energy passes from a maelstrom to waves. To conclude, Brazil's Marcal provides his take on 'Nautilus' by tightening the seams and adding his famed groove to Kr!z's work. Particularly playful on the drums and fleeting stabs, Marcal adds sway to the mix with an infectious pulsating bassline that effortlessly pushes all other elements; never once losing his balance.



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