Atheos EP

by Rotkeller

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Finn of Tomland This is a very promising start of this new label i must say and i know i'm going to have great fun DJ-ing with this gem! Favorite track: SW.
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Atheos is a ferocious new collection from Rotkeller, which sees the Swiss electronic duo (Laurent Schmidhäusler and Federico Sutera) double-down on the brooding energy of their previous releases with a renewed intensity—fusing bold electronic experimentalism to dense, maximalist techno.

Whether on the slow-burn immensity of opener 'SW', the monolithic, doom-laden expanses of 'Malz' or the spellbinding surge of '17. October’, Atheos showcases a dark melodic complexity from the duo—in part brought on by the use of both digital and analog recording techniques.

While the mesmeric, choral melancholia of EP closer ‘Godless’—it’s eerie and beguiling textures echoing all that has preceded it—offers-up ominously open-ended ending; solidifying Atheos as Rotkeller's most atmospheric and cohesive work to-date.

As if that wasn’t enough, EOMAC (Stroboscopic Artefacts, Killekill, Trilogy Tapes, Bedouin) caps Atheos off in style, with a savage edit of ‘17. October’. The remix that pushing Rotkeller's original track into new rhythmical directions—the glassy rhythms splintering like shards of light across an eternally eclipsed landscape.

Set for release in both physical and digital formats on May 5th, Atheos marks Rotkeller's first EP for Swiss-based record company Thrènes (which takes it’s name from the Greek word for funeral lament) and are a label dedicated to the release of tenebrous electronica and techno.

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released May 5, 2017

Remix by Eomac
Artwork designed by Dimitris Baboulis
Mastering and cut by Adi Flück at centraldubs Bern
Distribution by SRD
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Cat. No. thrns001- all rights reserved
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