Sublabel Recordings move forward with their second release on the Black Label, once again calling upon Italy’s John Torri to drop a trilogy of inimitable underground electronica, skillfully packaged as the ‘Invisible Orbits’ EP.
‘Decadence’ is an aptly titled slice of deep, brooding techno. A plethora of layers, twists and turns showcases Torri’s ability to couple rhythm and depth, accentuating a style that is versatile for both home and club listening environments.
‘The Chariot in the Sky’ unmistakably highlights a Detroit influence. Classic 909 grooves provide a rollercoaster of rhythm while a driving sub-bass provides a fitting backbone. High stabs offer light and shade for a well rounded and beautifully executed slice of techno.
‘Replace Sequence’ moves the listener into deeper territory, with a filtered, thudding kick leading the way. It’s not long before an infusion of strange and kooky musings rise to the fore, created a body of sound destined for the more discerning late-night dancefloor.