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HYPERTIC BREAKOUT EP

Hypertic Make It A Busy June With Their 2nd Release In The Space Of 2 Weeks. This Time Its In The Shape Of Their Debut Release For Irish Collective FVF Records...

Release Description:

Sweet 16 In The FVF Catalogue Comes To Us From Upcoming Dublin-duo, Hypertic, Whom We Welcome To Our Roster With Their Debut Release On FVF: The BreakOut EP.

Hypertic Have Made Quite An Impact Since Hitting The Scene Last Year, Their Track Less Ket More Success (On Malatoid Records) Peaked In The Beatport Techno Top 20. The Boys Are Now On Their Third Release With Berlin's Resopal Schallware & FVF Is Excited To Welcome Them On Board.

This Three Track E.P. Features A Sublime Rework From Dutch Master,Reagen aka Sjaakflut. Each Track Has Been Tested (With Great Success) On Dancefloors At Recent FVF parties In Dublin, London & Romania.

Alcatraz Kicks Things Off With A Nice, Deep, Marauding Bassline Which Chugs Along In Relentless Hypnotic Fashion. Splintered With A Brief Yet Effective Breakdown This Is A Peak-Time Techno Piece Designed For A Packed Floor.

Wireless Hooks You With Its Deep, Looping Baseline From The Off. Wireless Has A Nice Pulsating Intensity To It. Interspersed With Faint Bleary Horns & Sirens & A Number Of Smaller Breakdowns This Is The Perfect Tool To Increase The Tempo On The Floor.

Alcatraz Gets A Remix From One Of FVFs Oldest Producers, Reagen aka Sjaakflut. This Is A Nice Building Atmospheric Techno Tool With Reagen's Signature Attention To Intricate Detail Built Into The Drum Patterns, Background Rhythms & High End Effects. This Is Peak-Time Driving Techno With A Warehouse Vibe.

You Can Catch Hypertic Playing Alongside Matador On 25th June In Kennedys.

For More Info On Hypertic Please Visit:
www.soundcloud.com/hypertic
www.myspace.com/hypertic

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