Ark E Tech 01 My Muse Progressive Techno

Crystaleyez by Australian producer Ark-E-Tech (Jojo Marino) is a picturesque journey of sound and movement, charting a course through deep grooves and emotive melodies with the benefit of horns, guitars, and floating vocals to compliment synthesized electronic sounds. This broad spectrum release also features collaborations with Mecca and Synthetic Structures as well as remixes by Australian techno pioneers Funkform and Timmus and upcoming artists Käse Kochen and Mr. Chow. In taking this approach Bassic Records showcases the creative connectivity and capabilities of the Australian underground music community. Photography by Daniel Tran, original logo by Nathan Mulligan, and final graphics by Ziggy Bramich. “Special thanks to my dad Frank Marino, my musical inspiration and mentor.”

01 – Ark-E-Tech – My Muse (125 BPM)
02 – Ark-E-Tech – Triptamean Dream (125 BPM)
03 – Ark-E-Tech & Mecca – Look At Yourself (125 BPM)
04 – Ark-E-Tech feat. Synthetic Structures – Diagnostix (125 BPM)
05 – Ark-E-Tech – My Muse (Funkform Remix) (124 BPM)
06 – Ark-E-Tech – Triptamean Dream (Timmus Remix) (123 BPM)
07 – Ark-E-Tech & Mecca – Look At Yourself (Mr. Chow Remix) (125 BPM)
08 – Ark-E-Tech feat. Synthetic Structures – Diagnostix (Käse Kochen Remix) (125 BPM)

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