Spektre is a UK based techno duo who are known internationally for their hard-hitting style with dark atmosphere and pounding beats.
Over their extensive career, they have featured on some of the world’s most influential techno orientated record labels including Drumcode, Kraftek and Filth On Acid.
Spektre also heads up their own record label Respekt Recordings, which along with their own music, has signed others ranging from up-and-coming talents such as Rebel Boy to established names like Deborah De Luca.
Next up on Respekt Recordings is a single from Spektre called “Endless Days” that features two alternative versions titled the Club Mix and Breaks Mix.
Both versions have been produced by Spektre and the name gives a clear indication of what to expect from the sound/style.
The Club mix is the main A-side, and it’s dark and driving techno with a heavy breakbeat in the breakdown section plus powerful sub-bass. Its main melody is a rave style piano playing a timeless melody that’s accompanied by an uplifting vocal sample.
On the B-side is the deeper breaks mix, which steps back from the driving techno of the original, and makes more prominent use of its breakbeat hook. With more emphasis on the synth, melody and vocal it’s still got the grinding sub-bass at its core.
Out now, you can buy a copy HERE