Two of electronic music's finest, Juan Atkins and Mortiz Von Oswald are set to make their return as Borderland next month and the pair have been instrumental in changing the landscape of not only techno, but dance music and beyond.
Arriving in late April via the always-fantastic Tresor Records, the duo will celebrate 25 years of the label and club with the 'Transport' LP, an album that brings forward seven exceptional, tempo-jumping cuts that skirt the edges of techno and modern electronica.
We've listened to the album in full and it doesn't disappoint. The first track to be taken from the album is 'Riod' and we've got the first full premiere of the track. Although it clocks in at over 130bpm, it manages to beautifully blend serene melodies with a focused drive that's built upon fierce kicks and scattered hi-hats.
If this doesn't get you excited for the rest of the album then we're not sure what will. Borderland are back and they've once again shown why the sound of Detroit holds such a presence within the German institution.
'Riod' is out tomorrow and the 'Transport' LP will be released on April 29 via Tresor
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