Elitechnique's debut album "Intrusion" combines the producer's love for quirky space disco with their fascination for 60s and 70s soundtracks. If you are looking for lush, analogue and cinematic cosmic disco jams, look no further
Rotterdam’s Elitechnique present their debut album on Clone Records' Loft Supreme Series. The duo (aka Remco de Jong and Florentijn Boddendijk) has spiced up their already quirky take on space disco with even more oddball fun and cinematic grandezza. Their admiration for spaced-out soundtrack obscurities from the 60s and 70s is in full swing throughout the eight album tracks. „Intrusion“ sounds like a long-lost soundtrack to an equally forgotten 70s flick and is less concerned with the dancefloor than with evoking vivid mental images of car chases and beautiful people surrounded by stylish 70s design. „Grand Entrance,“ the album’s aptly titled opener sets the tone with lush strings and symphonic atmosphere, before the duo takes you through low-slung sequencer disco („Intruder“ and "Hotel Cosmos"), laid back summer boogie („Rooftop“) and more introspective tracks („Nightporter“ and „Private Beach“) before closing with the irresistibly haunting piano-laden „Nettovoyage.“ Great stuff.