As she gears up to launch her brand new label Phase Insane in February – and with a slew of critically acclaimed releases clocked on the likes of Octopus Recordings, UNCAGE, Copycow, refused. and Frequenza over the past eighteen months – internationally celebrated Spanish techno sensation Indira Paganotto steamrollers into the New Year as she unveils her latest EP, this time on the one and only OFF Recordings.
Out now via Andre Crom’s esteemed Berlin-based imprint, Indira Paganotto’s Jungle EP marks the Spaniard’s inaugural foray on OFF, as she delivers an immense three-part package worthy of any label debut.
Kick-starting the package with the uncompromising title track ‘Jungle’, Indira goes full throttle from the off, amalgamating a hefty blend of driving kicks, glitchy synths and exquisitely layered industrial samples to open her tally on OFF Recordings in remarkable style.
The middle order sees label boss Andre Crom enlist underground techno icon and OFF Recordings family favourite Oliver Deutschmann to provide his unique interpretation of Paganotto’s opener, delivering a skittish seven-minute cut, primed for those early warehouse hours that we’re all craving right now.
Last but by no means least, Indira offers up her second and final original production on the player with Cowboy – building a relentless assortment of undulating basslines, stark synth stabs and staccato hand claps, to close out the EP in emphatic fashion.