Acid House & Techno from Paul Lightfoot
MGMT PR | Release Date 12th September
Staytech has become an underground imprint with some of the most unique styles of Techno over the last couple of years since the birth of the label in 2017. Paul Lightfoot is now announcing the second album of his career. The prolific English producer has been recognised by some of the biggest artists in the Techno scene due to the prosperity of his previous releases, and here we now have “ White Warning ” . A very special album designed to take the listener on a journey of many different styles of the Techno genre.
The album consists of ten cuts each one showing its own personality. The opening track “Nostromo” which is gone straight in for the pounding underground warehouse rave environment, that’s perfect to open a set to blow any crowd away. Then is closely followed by the second track of the album,“ Acid Man “ This is one dark acidic roller not for the faint-hearted. Mainly driven at full speed by a 303 bass line.
Track three “Your Mind” Haunting catchy vocals and a powerful kick and bass line that gives the track a repetitive almighty depth. Onto track four “Warp” this comes with a more minimal atmospheric approach with dark-themed chords and heavy strings.
Meanwhile, mid creation of the Album “This Acid” contains acidic rolling stabs that will cut through Kevlar and a pounding kick that will shake every organ in your body, a rave impelled Techno Titian.
The sixth track “Be Free” A little off the darker side of Techno than the rest, this track portrays a connection between house and Techno sitting somewhere in-between the genres. A simple lead line that won’t be forgotten by any raver.
Track Seven “Feel Real” Similar to track six this again sits in-between the genres of house and Techno. The energy is rushing throughout this track and lifts a whole rave when played, continuous piano stabs that will give you goosebumps. Defiantly one to wear out a crowd.
Number Eight “Talking to Myself” Old school rave chords bounce throughout the track with a strong underlining string.
Second to last “Travel” this will take you on a minimalistic musical journey sounding similar to Jeff Mills and Richy Hawtin productions Paul has hit the nail on the head here with travel, this will 100% be a track to go down in history as far as Techno is concerned.
Last but not least onto the title track ‘White warning’. This is a sweaty dance floor nuclear weapon giving Techno awakening its self one heavy finale for amazing energy-driven album.