Ement | Metatone (LP) [PZREC001LP]
Ement | Metatone
Label: PZ Records – PZREC001LP
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album
Released| 24 Sep 2021
Metatone is a tonic-containing substance used to help restore health and vitality after illnesses or when you are feeling tired. A metaphor, which perfectly describes Ement's debut album - a mixture of peak-time electro/techno tunes spiced up with the modern traces of EBM, which perfectly fits clubs and festivals. It is a personal dancefloor experience materialization of a non-stop party rebel, who started his music production journey in the periphery and got inspired by his brother's hard dance production experiments. After an intensive exploration of the local and foreign club scene through years of intensive djing, remixing and never-ending afterhours, Ement finalized his recent definition of dance, which launches on the new co-curated PZ Records label.
An unexpected break and a long-lasting limbus of the dancefloor consumption turned out as a perfect slot to reveal one of many underestimated Lithuanian producers, who are too shy and too critical to themselves. It's no fiction, as "How Much Is Too Much" was already noticed and compiled by Dave Clark in his "Whitenoise" radio show.
- Comes with a poster.
A1 How Much Is Too Much
A2 Despite Of Time
A4 Don't Call Me If You Need Me
B3 I Can't Hold This
B4 Missing Person
# Techno # Electro # Industrial
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