You wanna hear the dirty truth? This is it! And Peter Kirn tells it straightforward with three new techno tracks, none of which leaves any room for speculation. Neither do the four related remixes by a fabulous archipelago of underground techno artists based in Berlin, Hamburg and Tokyo. No question: Snork#96 is a nonstop underground dancefloor blast, ready to rough up the club.
As a hardware producer himself, Peter Kirn knows exactly what he is heading for with each single beat. This time, he pushes the buttons right into the veins of all those who seek for a concentrated, ironclad sound. His basic pulse is merciless from the start and never loses its drive. And he takes it further and further, until the very edge. This feeling he creates is best described in his titles “Breakdown”, “Clawhammer Thump”, and “This world is not my home”. You see, there’s absolutely no whitewashing – just the roughness of three genuine techno confessions.
The remixes take up this straightforward attitude and complement the release with four very unique approaches reflecting each of the artist’s very own electronical styles – from a very pacy “Breakdown” remixed just right for a large rave temple by Nerk, to a typical tricky Japanese mixture of “Clawhammer Thump”, to a rough and dirty techno satire by Classic THE FIST, and finally to an exemplary snorky sound creation by producer and label owner Syntax Error.
released August 10, 2018
w+p by Peter Kirn, 2018
Additional remixes by NERK, Lyoma, Classic the FIST & Syntax Error