The hard-hitting two-part ’Supercluster’ EP marks the eclectic Hungarian techno duo’s debut on Popof’s FORM Music imprint.
Two friends from Budapest, Hungary, came together, thanks to their shared love for blending their influences into a sonic odyssey, and the result was NoNameLeft. With their versatility ranging from cosmic techno, melodic techno to minimal and progressive elements, the Hungarian duo have placed themselves as one of the brightest acts to emerge onto the European techno circuit over the past few years.
Making their debut in 2019 with U.F.O Recordings followed by releases on labels across the spectrum, NoNameLeft are steadily etching their name as a global techno hotshot. The in-demand two-man outfit now looks to continue their fine run of form into 2023, as they announce their debut release on POPOF’s long-standing FORM Music with their formidable new Supercluster EP.
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Known for his remixes for heavyweights like Depeche Mode, Moby, the Chemical Brothers, Vitalic amongst others, POPOF’s Form Music is an esteemed destination for the techno fraternity. Weaving with the label’s aesthetics, the debut release from NoNameLeft is an unrelenting package of dynamic techno from the two Hungarian production partners.
The release finally lands on FORM following an impressive catalog of releases on the likes of SubVision, Nova Collective, Rubik’s Recordings, and Jannowitz Records, to name just a few. Frenzied builds, deep basslines, and crisp hi-hats are the order of the day for the groove-inducing title track ‘Supercluster,’ which features an epic amalgamation of mind-warping synthesizers and merciless rhythms.
Closing the EP is ‘New World Order,’ which sees the Budapest-hailing artists round out the player with big kicks, undulating synths, and intricate drum patterns as they conclude an impressive debut outing on one of France’s most revered electronic music imprints.
NoNameLeft – Supercluster EP is out now on FORM Music.