Scorched Earth (Barac Interpretation) – Konrad Black [MINIMAL]

Scorched Earth (Barac’s Interpretation) – Konrad Black

Released on the more minimal minded Berlin based Meander Label, Romanian producer Barac delivers a delicious dancefloor ’Interpretation’ of Konrad Black’s Techno, Breakbeat and IDM concoctions. And that’s the thing – it seems to be an interpretation of the 3 tracks on the EP, making it extra special. The final result as deejay.de says is ‘ a deep and hypnotic journey through space’. If you like hypnotic minimal, you will love this track.


Barac is one for using experimental sounds and still keeping them dancefloor ready. Streamlining and refining the grating low end of Sycho Te Alyn, on top of this a lot goes on. There are harpy charms, cricket noises, 16-Bit video game alarms, zips and bongos amongst other mystical noises. It’s packed yet all played in synergy and at the at the right time. It’s an incredible trip ‘down the rabbit hole’ kind of experience. All the while keeping in line with the original track’s experimental sounds with their use of field recordings. On top of this the epic cinematic strings from Sycho Te Alyn that seem to blanket all these noises. As though they descend from high to conduct the symphony, reminding it to keep in order with it’s restrained nature.

If Eric Prydz can play this track it is bound to sway any kind of DJ to play it (Ok, maybe not Steve Aoki). A mind trip for the home listener or weekend club punter.

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