The Budapest-based “cosmic explorer” producer follows up a cassette album for Farbwechsel with a five-track EP.
Since its inception last year, the Lobster Theremin label has shown a strong commitment to bringing new and little-known names to attention, with artists like Palms Trax, Manse and Rawaat just some of the names helping to forge the label’s identity as a reliable place for esoteric house and techno. Their next release will continue that trend with a vinyl debut for Budapest-based producer Imre Kiss, whose sole release to date has been the Midnight Wave cassette for his home city’s Farbwechsel label. The producer joins a number of emerging underground electronic talents from the Hungarian capital, which also includes fellow Lobster Theremin artist Route 8 and Opal Tapes producer S. Olbricht.
Described as a “cosmic explorer”, the sound of Imre Kiss is compared by the label to that of Hague-dwelling Danny Wolfers via ’80s film composers, the latter of which is something most audible in the ambient-focused Midnight Wave cassette. His Lobster Theremin release is entitled Raw Energy, and supposedly sees him engage more explicitly with the dancefloor across five tracks of “drugged-out proto-ambient works” and “super-slo house jams”. Ahead of it’s release next month interested parties can sample Raw Energy via the SoundCloud preview below.
Lobster Theremin will release Raw Energy on July 14.
A1. Stellar 0102
B1. Raw Energy (ARPOS Session)