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Pig&dan - Modular Baptism (2016)

31-03-2016, 12:09
Electronic | Techno

Title: Modular Baptism
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: ELEVATE – ELV42
Genre: Techno
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 03:21:59
Total Size: 459 mb

1. Modular Baptism [Continuous Mix] (1:33:58)
2. Now Or Never (6:31)
3. Vangelism (7:25)
4. Irrigate (7:56)
5. Modular Baptism (8:09)
6. Growler (7:18)
7. The Saint (Job San) (8:12)
8. Funk Of The Moog (7:00)
9. On The Way To Holland (8:28)
10. Passage To Israel (7:07)
11. Acid Bath (6:51)
12. Fungus (7:48)
13. Stella (8:15)
14. Silk (8:07)
15. Let Go (8:54)

Esteemed Techno masters Pig&Dan return with their highly anticipated fourth album, Modular Baptism, out 25 March 2016, via their own label ELEVATE.

In contrast to 2014s album Destination Unknown in which they experimented with more ambient sounds, to great success (topping the Beatport chart from more than 4 months) Modular Baptism sees the duo make a triumphant return to the techno world.

Its all about returning to our modular roots and is all about dance floor music, say the Spanish-based duo. We wanted to grab some oldschoolness and add that modern touch sound wise. Weve put everything into this one and havent held back.

Highlights of the 14-track album include the sleek opener Now Or Never, the hazy but mesmerising Vangelism and the title track Modular Baptism, which impresses with its layered synths, industrial chords and fierce, resonating kick drum. The Saint (Job San) a personal favourite of the duos offers a more euphoric, house-energy, whilst tracks like Mexico and Let Go take the album into darker techno territories and Funk Of The Moog is an example of the albums grittier side, perfect for the underground.

The talented duo (Igor Tchkotoua and Dan Duncan) have been producing music together as Pig&Dan for over 10 years. Before a chance meeting on a plane, Dan had already spent 10 years as a Drum&Bass DJ/Producer and Igor was already making a name for himself in House and Techno scene. When we connected in the studio that synergy and crossover of styles just seemed to gel right away, remembers Dan. It just really worked. And as we were both living in Mallorca with no real influences of trends or other scenes we were able to just make the music we wanted to make - Techno with D&B influences.

They've gone on to release three acclaimed albums plus remix and collaborate with some of the industrys biggest names including Underworld, DEADMAU5, John Digweed and Innercity for their classic Goodlife. Theyve also performed at some of the worlds most prestigious festivals and venues including Ultra, Tomorrowland, Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE), Amnesia Ibiza, Crobar Buenos Aires and Womb Tokyo plus release music on iconic labels such as Sven Vaths Cocoon, Slam's Soma, John Digweed's Bedrock, Monika Kruse's Terminal M and Richie Hawtins Plus 8.

Another notable career landmark came, three years ago, when the duo launched their very own label, ELEVATE, to support and celebrate like-minded artists and to help nurture new talent. ELEVATE is all about music we want to play, say the duo. We believe we have a unique sound and the label mirrors that in a diverse way. All the music we release is music that really gets under our skin. We are all about a nonlinear sound and adore what we release because there's a lot of monotonous tracks out there on the scene and were trying to combat that. And it seems to be working, as the success of the label in the last year alone boasts compelling releases from the likes of Monika Kruse, Julian Jeweil, Alberto Ruiz, Ron Costa and Matador plus a whole host of newcomers.

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