The 110th release from legendary Reinier Zonneveld‘s label Filth On Acid features two of its favorite producers Eli Brown and HI-LO. Both producers immersed themselves in the studio and created ‘Industria‘, a single full of, as the title says, industrial techno for giant warehouses that you will surely love.
Both HI-LO and Eli Brown have had notable releases on Filth On Acid. Oliver Heldens‘ side project has had hits such as ‘Saw of Olympus‘ or ‘Hades‘ with T78. While Eli Brown did his thing with powerful songs, many of them favorites by the Boss label, such as ‘Believe‘.
‘Industria’ opens with thick, grainy claps overlaid on booming drums. All the elements create a dark and gloomy atmosphere, the track scale ensures a lot of destruction in the club. The visceral energy that we can find in the track recalls those years of raw and aggressive techno from the early days in Detroit. The sounds of machines churning in the city’s many factories was the cradle for this genre with the highest number of sales in recent years.
The track is minimalist, but that doesn’t mean that it has its degrees of complexity. Which is greatly appreciated with the combination of melodies and cavernous synths. In summary, ‘Industria’ is a song that captures the essence of Reinier Zonneveld’s label and at the same time provides a fresh sensation of the style of both producers, with an approach to the origins of the entire movement in pure European style.
You can listen to HI-LO and Eli Brown- ‘Industria’ below!