It requires a bunch of faith and trust in someone and something to sign an act for an album if it's the premiere on a label - but we did it! Sven Sossong from Saarbrücken is the man and we believe in his talent and work proudly present the album 'Atropa'. Since 2013 he releases on labels like Delude Rec. ,Contrast-R ,Dope Rec, DSR Digital, as well he is member of the Kiddaz.fm sub-division Ragnarök from Berlin. In his hometown he is resident of the infamous U-Bar (Uschi & Bärbel). But now it's time for his first track showcase in the shape of 'Atropa' which finds an ingenious way of grounded organic and well-formed modern textures of techno.
First impulse of the 9-tracker is called 'Delta 28' and an analogue sounding modulated synth, which engages a broad spectrum of space with positive mooded subs, that sparks the interest for more. From deeper in the 'Forest' coming out the recorded noises and the mystic horns, which reflect audibly the suspenseful calmness of a dark night in the woods. Adding some snatchy beats for 'World' making Track No. 3 a powerful and impressive spheric creation. The first straight beats follow in the next one called '2CV' - proper techno stuff with subtle elements. Theme track 'Atropa', which also means beanwort, is a spacious techno plant from other dimensions. Its blossom operate like big antennas receiving signals from aliens.
Over the hump, 'Roll' is literally rollin' a steep gradient, where the 'Imperator' receive the ongoing and wide-ranging album. Majestic and venerable sound scapes building a welfare feeling, even the kicks are still mighty bumping. 'Galium' is another inimitable and organic track, which strikes in putting symbolically herbal sounds. Moduled chords that forming a choppy and planar shape are the flavour of this one. Reaching the end of this work show, the last track 'No return' impart a sense of endlessness. No better way to close up such an artific piece than a slightly handsome melancholy, generated and embedded in harmonic tones.