Review: After impressing with a couple of unrelenting EPs of raw analogue house and techno on Going Good and Peur Bleue, French duo Nummer decided to launch their own label earlier this year. Here, they follow-up their debut release for that eponymous imprint, To The D, with a second dose of clattering dancefloor fare. Opener "Street War Success" is unflinchingly punishing, with industrial textures and wild electronics riding a muddy but bombastic, bass-heavy groove. They try their hand at dancefloor-focused IDM on the tuneful and enveloping "The Golden Age", before "Downtown Breukelen" draws proceedings to a close via ghostly pads, Drexciyan textures and bubbling downtempo beats.
Review: Ex-London based French duo Nummer have apparently upped sticks for a life in electronic music mecca Berlin. They are coming at you with the seventh edition on their eponymous imprint here. Emmanuel Corre and Silvere Letellier get funky feeling on the A side with the soulful Motor City inspired groove deepness of "Daybreaker", while on the flip "303 Life" takes things into trippier afterhours territory with its slow-motion acid flashback. Similar to their awesome work as Detroit Syndrome but less on the electro tip and more of an emphasis on classic techno.