Giving us a nice treat today is none other than German producer, Till Krüger, who decided to release a decade old track he made as an exclusive for his very first live set. While many of us may not have been following him back during the track's premiere play, he's since left an impression on labels like the Köln based 200, Treibstoff and even Sven Väth's Cocoon compilation series. Self-describing the track as “Me making 130+bpm Techno at my parent’s home”, Kruger modestly lets the music speak for itself, and for good reason.
"Untitled" has an explosive nature that resembles the party techno formulas branded by Jeff Mills and Robert Hood. Building itself up during the song's initial first minute and a half, when the kick drum finally rumbles in there's no denying the Motor City influence that hangs throughout the track's demeanor. Hard and assertive, it's difficult not to love the straight to-the-point concept that captures an essential feel for the kind of techno we all love every once in a while. Let's keep our fingers crossed that this is only a prelude to the many more gems he'll be giving us - old and new.
For more information on Till Krüger go ahead and check out the links below, and don't forget to take a listen to his recent Full Support EP out now on Treibstoff.