September 2014 saw the release of Wind It Up, Joel Mull’s stunning debut release with MOOD and one of the labels strongest and most popular releases to date. Fresh from working on new music with Sasha, the Stockholm native returns to Nicole Moudaber’s ever growing imprint to fly solo once again on his Buzzers EP.
The titanic trio are lead by Buzzers. The rise and fall of the metallic droplets oil this mighty techno machine as the march of its kick drum rolls like the constant throb of a diesel engine. Dark and deadly. Erector Pili sees Joel delivering a relentless tribal pattern wrapped in dreamy atmospheric and moving waves of synth. Final cut Pulhapanzak seems to combine elements of both the previous tracks. The ferocity of the lead track and the sweeping, ghostly atmosphere of the second, to create an excellent finale.