Bryan Zentz ‎– Watch The Sun

Intec Records ‎– IN-TEC12
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM


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  • Barcode: 6 89629 11126 9
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): MPO IN-TEC 012 A1 NILZ - THE EXCHANGE.
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): MPO IN-TEC 012 B1 NILZ - THE EXCHANGE.

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July 8, 2016
Actually, this track, along with just about anything with the Bryan the Zentz touch on it, is the Fromage de Meaux of techno cheese. It has everything anyone who's into the genre wants to avoid by ten thousand miles. Redundant piano licks, trite supplementary shakers, a generic bass line and the most dire build up you could imagine. Naturally, it's the teenager's anthem, wet dream. Newbies and rookies went bananas when this got dropped. And it got lots of play time here in Zagreb. You could only possibly like this if you enjoy stuff like Oxia's "Domino", Deetron's "Miss Suave", Monika Kruse's "Latin Lovers", Sharpside's "Space Cruising", Eric Sneo's "Ciao Bella" and similar, you'll be on familiar turf here. It's a good starter to get you hooked to the style, but you could not possibly be over sixteen and seriously like this, claiming to be a techno head.

Naturally, this gem was played and supported by "heroes" such as Bando, Jack De Marseille, Johan Bacto, Ladida, Marko Nastic, Tom Hades, Stanny Franssen, Cave and the likes.

It's so bad, you will remember a moment or two, 06:30 AM, you out of our mind, waving your fist. You won't admit it, but we all did it. A guilty pleasure sure it is, but not one you'd be fond of.


February 8, 2016
um, pardon my language, but this track is a motherfukcer.