What a few years this man has had on the underground dance music circuit. Kolsch has become one of the most demanded names in the underground scene, and he seems to be cropping up at numerous parties around the world. His productions though is what makes his name stand out. And he returns with the ‘Speicher 97‘ EP.
There are a number of tracks which seem to stand out for Kolsch. The likes of his huge sound ‘Der Alte’ which was released back in 2011 or moving through to ‘Two Birds’, each track he has produced is outstanding. One which the majority of people will know though is his mega hit ‘Grey’ which was slammed out by radio stations around the world. He has been building a huge reputation. Now he returns with the two track ‘Speicher 97’ EP and these two tracks are stunning, melodic Techno tunes.
The first track to arrive on the ‘Speicher 97’ EP is ‘Push‘ and this is an absolute anthem, one for the gritty underground clubs. The riveting bass line powers through the track and ultimately helps with the build ups within. This element is one which really keeps the energy flowing, while the powerful melodies create an overpowering atmosphere. This is due to the synths which have been used by Kolsch. But these builds all lead to a melodic breakdown, where the synths really come through, before the track builds once more. A beautiful piece of work, one which will receive a huge reception in the club.
‘Goodbye‘ is the second track on the EP and this is eleven minute of pure quality and skill. You will instantly find yourself lost within the depths of this track, becoming addicted and craving more and more of it. The way in which the melodies flow with the vocal samples that have been included, adding in a thumping bass line and fusing all of the elements together, this is a track which takes you on a journey, this is one for the end of night retrospect. The atmosphere around this track, the way in which it makes you reflect, the emotional aspect, it’s sheer beauty from Kolsch. The ‘Speicher 97’ EP is yet another wonderful piece of work.
You can download ‘Speicher 97’ here.