Parisian label Nasty Temper Records has an ear for quality. Patient and precise, their releases are slow and steady having already featured great music from the likes of Sleeparchive, Flug, Jeroen Search, Arnaud Le Texier and Tadeo among others.
Making his debut on the imprint is Venezuelan Michel Lauriola who now lives in the bubbling Techno caldron of Buenos Aires. He runs 43 Recordings with Alex Bau, not to mention his solo exploits landing on labels including Animal Farm, Alex Dolby’s Affekt, Joton’s Newrhythmic and PoleGroup sublabel AINE. He has had support from the upper echelons too, from people like Rødhåd, Sam Paganini and Kr!z [Token] and you can also check out his exclusive DTMIX119 set for us from early 2016.
Remix duty appears in the form of the mighty Spanish based commander Christian Wünsch known for his affiliation with Oscar Mulero’s PoleGroup, not to mention his own Tsunami Records and appearances on Slam’s Soma, Ben Sims’ Theory or Developer’s Modularz to name but a few.
Selecting Christian’s remix of the title track “The Virtue Of Being Bad” as expected has his funked out, hypnotic and shape-shifting qualities. A solid groove packed with attitude and creative flair, this is raw and heady Techno at its finest.
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