Ahl Iver debuts on Lenske with his upcoming dramatic and acid techno 'Haunted Patterns EP'


It's been a while since last post, i ask for apologies, i have been partying and traveling through europe, just to keep the lines on road, getting knowledge and discovering more music. But check this, i know you like the LENSKE releases, and i guess this one is the last of 2019 (here you can check out previous LENSKE releases we talked about in Living Techno this year: Lenske reviews and articles.

Well, as always, this upcoming release has the style and of course the approval of LENSKE label boss Amelie Lens. Making some memories, if you’ve come across Amelie Lens’ all-new fabric presents mix, then the name of Ahl Iver shall definitely ring a bell. And we say that because here it is the official announcement of his forthcoming EP entitled "Haunted Patterns" that will come out on LENSKE this December 20, 2019 in 12″ and Digital formats. The EP features 3 new tracks, one of them remixed by another local producer of LENSKE, Milo Spykers

"The opening track ‘7AM’ features a punchy gabber kick and rush, hard-hitting drums and a healthy dose of slimy acid squelch to leave you dazed and confused for a while. Adding his ever efficient spin to the original, LENSKE mainstay Milo Spykers reworks the groove onto straightforward clubby railway as he sure knows well how to subdue the dancers through the most wildly enjoyable ankle-twisting/brain-melting manoeuvres.

As its name suggests the title-track ‘Haunted Patterns’ is a spooky dance floor affair. Allowing a 4/4 hell to break loose on the basement while enveloping it in further hypnotic synths and intense cosmic vibrations. Lovers of classic Altern-8 style hardcore shall find the perfect outlet to their headbanging fantasies in the euphoria-inducing ‘Rave Simulator’. With four cuts tailored to take clubs and dance floors by storm, Ahl Iver steps up for his debut record on LENSKE."

Meanwhile the official snippets are upload, listen to some previous LENSKE releases already uploaded to Soundcloud. 



Overview. If you’ve come across Amelie Lens’ all-new fabric presents mix, then the name of Ahl Iver shall definitely ring a bell. In addition to a forthcoming appearance at the next Exhale party in Antwerp in February 2020, where he’ll get to share the stage with Richie Hawtin, Helena Hauff, Kobosil, Stephanie Sykes and the whole LENSKE family, new sensation Ahl Iver is undeniably on the cusp of big things, and his debut EP, ‘Haunted Patterns’, sets the tone in gutsy fashion.
The opening track ‘7AM’ features a punchy gabber kick and rush, hard-hitting drums and a healthy dose of slimy acid squelch to leave you dazed and confused for a while. Adding his ever efficient spin to the original, LENSKE mainstay Milo Spykers reworks the groove onto straightforward clubby railway as he sure knows well how to subdue the dancers through the most wildly enjoyable ankle-twisting/brain-melting manoeuvres.
As its name suggests the title-track ‘Haunted Patterns’ is a spooky dance floor affair. Allowing a 4/4 hell to break loose on the basement while enveloping it in further hypnotic synths and intense cosmic vibrations. Lovers of classic Altern-8 style hardcore shall find the perfect outlet to their headbanging fantasies in the euphoria-inducing ‘Rave Simulator’. With four cuts tailored to take clubs and dance floors by storm, Ahl Iver steps up for his debut record on LENSKE.


Cover Artwork.



Artist. Ahl Iver 
Title. Haunted Patterns 
Format: 12″ / Digital 
Label: LENSKE Records 
Cat. No: LENSKE009 
Release Date: December 20, 2019 

Tracklist.

A1 / 1. 7AM
A2 / 2. 7AM (Milo Spykers Remix)
B1 / 3. Haunted Patterns
B2 / 4. Rave Simulator

Label.



Other Credits.

All tracks written & produced by Ahl Iver
Cat. No. LENSKE009– All rights reserved
℗ & © LENSKE 2019

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