Yaleesa Hall and Malin Genie are two producers to keep an eye on. With individual releases on labels such as the mighty Will & Ink, ran by Frits Wentink, the pair have each crafted a number of substantial groovers since emerging.
Yaleesa Hall has delicately crafted a diverse sound of stripped back yet distorted techno, which seems to cohesively transition between each of his records. When you add Malin Genie’s eclectic and spacial qualities, the collaborative efforts of Artin Brown Cahen result in something particularly unique to techno’s common identity.
‘Artin’ displays this with perfection. The mechanical funk and throbbing sequences create a dense cut that explores the use of dubby synths and shifting rhythms. It’s the kind of techno which controls its audience through waves of body pulsations, and an EP that acknowledges both of their importance within the underground club scene.
Artin Brown Cahen is out December 8 on Hypercolour. More info here.