Dysart joins Carl Cox’s Intec following his debut on Dense & Pika's Kneaded Pains | Soundspace

Dysart joins Carl Cox’s Intec following his debut on Dense & Pika’s Kneaded Pains

New on Carl Cox’s Intec is an EP from London based Dysart who joins the label following releases on Darren Emerson’s Detone, and the hyped Kneaded Pains which is run by Dense & Pika.

Dysart’s release on Kneaded Pains caused quite a stir turning the heads of Adam Beyer, Dubfire, Marcel Dettmann, Danny Tenaglia, and Maya Jane Coles, who all supported tracks from the release.

Quickly building momentum, Dysart has also caught the attention of Carl Cox who signed a two-track EP titled Forza which is also the name of the lead track on this release.

With a thundering sound, it’s fair to say Forza bangs in all the right places, and its rolling groove constantly builds with intensity. The dark atmosphere could make any dancefloor have the same intensity as a science fiction war zone, with acid bursts that are at times reminiscent of laser gunfire from films like Star Wars.

Exciting and brimming with power, the first track leads nicely into the second. The slightly deeper Beyond Reason is not as ferocious as the first, but still packs something of a knockout punch. Focusing more on atmosphere, the track’s synths build dystopian pictures painted on a sonic canvas, using claps and filter sweeps representing an ever-changing landscape.

So far each release from Dysart has shown a consistency that builds anticipation of what to expect next, and for those interested in picking up a copy of his Intec release it can be purchased from here.