Preview the New Split 12" from Terrence Dixon and Iron Curtis
- Words: Chris Kokiousis
Detroit techno purveyor Terrence Dixon has paired up with Berlin producer Iron Curtis for a just-released split 12" for German label Polytone, lengthy clips of which are now available to stream. Dixon's offering, "Pacers," is a minimal slab of low-res techno that firmly adheres to one groove, even when feedback gusts and delayed field recordings try to disrupt the rhythm. Iron Curtis contributes "Spirals," a funkier, house-leaning selection that places the bass drum at the core of the mix, with an anthemic chord progression of warbling synths as its main refrain. A streaming preview of the new 12" can be found below.
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