Techno will never die

Techno will never die. And Drumcode’s thumping, percussive and visceral blend is the queen of this scene. Adam Beyer’s had an almost autistic dedication to his own linear sound of pounding techno and its success is here celebrated by his hardcore young team of followers who are as ambiguously named as Joel Mull, Nima Khak or Paul Ritch. Don’t recognise them? You’ll certainly clock their brand of dance music. And it’s as big in Glasgow and Gdansk as it is Rio de Janeiro.

7/10

Words by MATTHEW BENNETT
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