Peter Van Hoesen Entropic City

Peter Van Hoesen Entropic City
After witnessing a monumental comeback for house music in modern dance circles around the globe this past year, it's refreshing to know the often more cerebral world of techno is keeping itself firmly planted in the forefront of minds, thanks to a few quality tastemakers, like Belgian club favourite Peter Van Hoesen. Entropic City, the debut album from Van Hoesen, is on par with the top names in techno, sharing the podium with the likes of new school techno kingpins Marcel Dettmann and Ben Klock. Peter showcases his uncanny ability to expose a captivating sense of intrigue and mystery by reducing each track to its basic elements without employing a blinding safety net of gimmicky tricks and flashy builds. Entropic City is a perfect example of how less is more, showcased by the simplistic drum grooves and vast landscapes Van Hoesen meticulously constructs with each track. From the slow-paced grooves of "Republic" to the harder edged "Dystopian Romance," Van Hoesen expertly exemplifies his signature sonics with Entropic City. (Time To Express)