Review: Jörg Henze – 3000

Label: DMOM
Catalog#: 3000


A: Devon
B: Karbon


Henze’s release for DMOM is quite similar to Alex Bau’s own sound. The difference is the use of samples and other more unusal sounds that brings forward a more mystic atmosphere.

The A-side with ‘Devon’ is the more cut up and uses samples more frequently, which would suit well to fans of Akufen and maybe even Kalk Pets. The beat is pretty driving but the track doesn’t really go anywhere, which makes it more usable as a tool in a DJ set (nothing wrong with that at all!).

‘Karbon’ is the reason you should get this one. Hard evolving horizontal music which uses crushed samples and dusty percussion. The destroyed sounds makes this track perfect for people who are fans of the more darker techno filled with lack of emotion.

Overall this is an okay release, but you should check out Karbon first and then decide!

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