Symmetry's been bringing out some hardcore tech-based tracks for a little while now, and I even premiered the original Night Rhythms One EP from Symmetry earlier last year.
He's out now with a 2.0 version of the EP, and it's a continued celebration of the techno underworld that fits in with the likes of Daniel Avery, Fake Blood, and Style of Eye; coincidentally, all three who have shown support for the emerging artist and it is obvious why.
Controlling and maneuvering through bleeps and bloops, Symmetry takes on some serious dark undertones with a slight 8-bit take on the synth line. There is a melodic take that isn't necessarily always apparent in techno-based tracks, and his creativity flows even more apparent than it did in his first EP.
There is definitely a reason that prominent names like those aforementioned above have shown support for this EP, as it highlights the strong production skills of Symmetry. Check out the track below, and purchase the tracks via Beatport.
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Night Rhythms Two EP
- Bad Life