Dylan Cameron made his debut release in 2016 on the Austin-based Holodeck, which has made a lot of noise the last couple of years with releases by Marie Davison and S U R V I V E. The Inifinte Floor album set the stage for things to come and TRU welcomes Dylan to the stable with the dark and minimal Purgatory EP.
Purgatory features 3 dark and heavy techno cuts starting with Dark Sorcerer and leads into Lost Souls on the A-side and continues into the B-side with Trojan Horse, all weaving in sharp synths and shuffling rhythms not unlike some of DJ Rush’s or even Jeff Mills’ best productions. Chicago meets Detroit meets Germany.
All tracks are meant for the floor and none that disappoint. Celsius rounds out the EP with it’s minimal tech-house leanings with oscillating tones, making it a great beat track for layers or to be played in a minimal techno set.