Olivier Le Castor ‎– In Deep EP

Step 2 House Records ‎– S2H 003
Vinyl, 12", EP, 45 RPM, 33 ⅓ RPM


A D*Prelude 6:49
B1 Atlantis 11:54
B2 Release 5:23


A 45 rpm B: 33 ⅓ rpm

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September 14, 2015
edited over 3 years ago

Visualy rather easy to overlook - that was my experience while sorting through a record pile - but after listening to the complete 12" I was quite positve impressed. I was in the mood for acidtrance and thats exactly what I did get. Solid (sometimes two) 303 lines over melody strings over drifty drums tuned in good speed. 'D*Prelude' & 'Atlantis' are this kind of floating acidtrance although the A track starts as a fat technohouse tune. B2: 'Release' goes in direction Detroit sound and again: Not bad, not bad! A nice release with a positive spirit. Its that the summer comes to end when I write these lines and this record gives a positve push, a motivation to be pleased about the forthcoming indian summer. 5/5


April 4, 2003
An underestimated release from Mr.Castor.
It might be because in '93/94 every other techno record was this sort of trancey stuff, I guess people didn't see anything spectacular in this.
Nevertheless, it's good 303/analogue bubbling original techno trance that keeps on going deeper and deeper into abyss, building the tension at the same time.
The artist thanks everybody from Underground Resistance to Mills and Maurizio on the label writings, so you know something's gotta be right.