Steven Brunsmann aka Aroy Dee launched MOS with a dedication to the gritty sounds that make Dutch techno a sound of the club. Now fifteen years later, he’s still pulling fresh sounds from Amsterdam and beyond for timeless techno records that can’t be overlooked. This one in particular has been over two decades in the making. 90’s acid legends Random XS clock in for release number 27 on the Rush Hour-distributed label. Let’s just say the 303 is strong with this one.
MOS: After a long awaited re-release of their Djax-Up-Beats classic ‘Give Your Body’ last year on Delsin, they return with a pair of fresh and unheard acid jams on the closely related MOS Recordings. Both tracks recorded in the early ’90s, but only recently finalized and improved for heavy club impact. It’s an EP full with gurgling 303 grooves and raw energy in the traditional and energetic Random XS way.