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Germany's Ahmet Sisman has been releasing material for just under a decade via the likes of Dumb-Unit, Cocoon Recordings, Slash and One Records as well as holding up a residency at Essen's Goethebunke
Germany's Ahmet Sisman has been releasing material for just under a decade via the likes of Dumb-Unit, Cocoon Recordings, Slash and One Records as well as holding up a residency at Essen's Goethebunker nightclub for the past four years. Here we see Sisman deliver a new four track EP via Ardor Music, home to material from artists such as Locked Groove, Patrice Baumel and Speaking Minds.
Up first on the EP is title-track 'Acid In Heaven' which as the name would suggest is laden with squelching 303 licks alongside ethereal pad work and weighty rhythms with a general brooding, hypnotic feel. Dekmantel's Matrixxman steps up next on remix duties and in typical fashion from the San Francisco based artist he delivers a gritty take on things via crunchy percussion, chugging low end tones and murky synth textures from the original composition.
The latter half of the package sees two more original's from Sisman on offer, the first of which 'Illusive Notion' embraces a heady Techno feel with growling bass leads, modulation synth swells and ever-evolving, dynamic drums. The package is then rounded off with 'Oracle' an atmospheric yet energy fuelled number employing expansive synth drones, undulating percussive swirls and
thunderous bubbling bass hits.