After his highly anticipated single ‘Yeah/1010′ Boys Noize is back with a true ghetto release and the first part of his ‘Boys Noize Sessions’.

With two new tracks, Alex is taking us through one of the most intense personal side of a creative process by stripping down the tracks to a one-time studiosession without any re-edits or even re-arrangements – just by playing around on the machine park Boys Noize is getting the best material to start a party.. and ON it is!

The first track on A side named ‘Buuurg’ sounds like hoovering worms, getting lost in the shuffle. Pitched and repeatingly coming up and down the tune, Boys Noize is working it from every conceiveable angle, featuring an aggressive slamming ghetto beat trying to pump your brains out. You won’t forget this. It’s quite a lot to handle, but it’s also difficult to deny.

On the flip ‘Pur’- a pure tempo pounder, underscore the point of taking things ‘reserved’, somehow minimal, but still showing us Boys Noize at his most explicitly techno side. The bursting laserbeam as a basic parameter carrying the track and won’t turn off again for over six minutes. It is by far the most experimental track Boys Noize has made so far.

Boys Noize Session Pt.1 is likely to leave you with a healthy prospect of what comes next in an unforgiving and straight way.

Let’s celebrate the vinyl, especially the discobag like back in the 90′s where techno pioneers put out their tracks DIY over night and placed them in the local store, without you even recognize it if you’re not in the ‘scene’.

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