01. The Signal (Original Mix)
02. Haunebu 1 (Original Mix)
03. E-383 (Original Mix)



The Signal was produced in March 2009. In this Sci-Fi inspired track I've wanted to capture the idea of a coded alien radio signal travelling across the vastness of space to... well who knows where? What is the signal? and where did it come from?... well... no-one knows...

Haunebu 1 (pronounced how-ne-boo 1). This track was also produced in March 2009. The first of 5 tracks inspired by conspiracy theories surrounding nazi flying saucers during world war 2.

The Haunebu craft were among many the nazis had supposedly started developing from 1939 and well into the 1940's (and maybe beyond). The more advanced of these massive machines were several stories tall and crewed by 20 men. They were also capable of hypersonic speed beyond 21,000 km/h.

It is believed that all of the mysterious Haunebu craft were evacuated to a sanctuary outside of Third Reich borders; to Neu Schwabenland, Antarctica - Base 211, constructed during the war. In the years following the close of WW2, many Haunebu-shaped disc craft have been spotted all over the world leading to speculation the Third Reich survived in another part of the world, or that some other world power is using the same (now more advanced) technology...

E-383. The percussion in this track was actually inspired by my time working as a printer in the early 90's. The old printing presses I used had some fascinating rhythms that I have always wanted to capture in a track...I think it worked quite well with the dark acid line and the driving bass.



7 Comments to “e383 – The Signal EP”

  1. ohh cutting though! .. I like this .. nice techno! some nice acid too!

    Michael MD (Spraci)
  2. I really like the tracks on this release it’s deep dark futristic Techno

    Darkmode (UK)
  3. Haunebu 1 is a real little deep techno rocker, while The Signal is more gritty and mesmerizing, and E-383 stacks on the insistent acid in inventive ways – lovely!

    Andrez Bergen (Little Nobody)
  4. Love the wide open feel of “E-383″ here and the frenetic ambience of Haunebu also…espesh those percussive hits…sweet!!

  5. Haunebu 1 rocks, looking forward to the Haunebu series!

    DJ Hi-Shock
  6. I like Haunebu 1 the most.

    wyndell long
  7. Absolutely love the space and drive of Haunebu 1. Lookout!

    Bitch Shift