Next to strike the ever-blossoming Pro B Tech discography is burgeoning talent and label debutant, Andrew Winstanley.
In-keeping with the vibes of which fans of the label will now be accustomed, title track ‘Logical Machine’ is a slice of hypnotic progressive house oozing character, melody and other-worldliness.
With Winstanley’s original standing proud, owing to it’s mesmerising qualities, it’s left to a troop of able cohorts to deliver a varied but brutally effective selection of remixes.
No stranger to the label having released a number of well-received records on Pro B Tech in the recent past, New Zealand’s Nila takes to the helm in the first instance for a deep-seated, brooding re-interpretation, with melodies remaining centre stage.
Jonny Burg is next to remix, adding further traction to a reputation quickly gathering momentum. Burg delves deeper still with a blistering, progressive roller destined to find favour with many as both early and late night weaponry.
The release also sees a welcome return of Manchester DJ/producer, Ian Dillon. Dillon wastes little time in extracting some of the principal melodic impulse of Winstanley’s original piece, though a brace of bass-laden creative bursts also leap to prominence to deliver a unique rework.
Favourite of both Pro B Tech and sister label BTech Noir, Kiz Pattison completes an impressive assemblage of remixes. As is customary in Pattison’s work, the remix is lavished with dark, evolving and trippy techno moods; ensuring an deliciously anomalous interpretation of Winstanley’s brainchild.
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