Boris Brejcha releases brilliant 4 track EP titled ‘Thunderstorm’
By now, we probably have all lost track of how long we’ve been on lockdown and without clubs, concerts and festivals, but the longer we’re stuck inside, the more live streams and new music we seem to be getting. Boris Brejcha just released a new 4 track EP called ‘Thunderstorm‘ on Ultra Records to help us through this difficult period.
The German DJ & producer defines his genre as ‘High-Tech Minimal’ and has been performing across the biggest festivals across the world in recent years, like Tomorrowland‘s mainstage in 2019 and was supposed to be playing at Ultra Music Festival this year, that unfortunately had to be postponed due to restrictions imposed by governments around the world in response to the Coronavirus pandemic.
After releasing his 10th album, ‘Space Drive’, in January and 2 more singles this year, ‘Thunderstorm‘ is the 4th record he’s releasing this year. It includes 4 songs and is spanning over about 30 minutes in total. Starting off with ‘Thunderstorm’ and ‘The Awakening’, to ‘Nothing Seems to Be’ concluding with ‘Titelbild’, the EP is bringing signature Brejcha sound right into your head.
While the whole EP embraces the classic Boris Brejcha ‘High-Tech Minimal’ sound, while each of the tracks still has it’s unique elements. ‘Thunderstorm’ slowly builds up an electrifying (pun intended) tension throughout the whole track, while ‘The Awakening’ is more of a classic Techno approach with a pinch of Brejcha sound, just enough to distinguish it from others. ‘Nothing Seems To Be’ then goes into a darker spectrum of sound at the beginning and including more melodic elements in towards the middle of the track. The EP is then concluded by ‘Titelbild’, which already has a groovy start which last throughout the whole track combined with some subtle german vocals. Overall, yet another great release by Brejcha that you shouldn’t miss.
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