NT89 "Voices" Out Today

Posted on Feb 21st, 2012 in Releases by Mr. Goldbar

Out today on iTunes is “Voices,” the FG debut from rising electronic star NT89.

It’s a hypnotic burst of chopped club music: echo chamber snare hits, endlessly rolling tom toms and the craziest vocal-as-synthesizer since Ferris stole a Ferrari to the tune of Yello’s “Oh Yeah.” But Bueller never jacked his body like THIS! “Voices” comes backed by the pulverizing “Hot Signal” (imagine “Voices”‘ chain smoking, Gesaffelstein-loving older brother), and the dreamy thump of “Decoder,” making for one of FG’s most exciting and techno-friendly releases to date.

But don’t take our word for it, hear all three tracks from this release in action on NT89′s latest promo mix, and see what some of our friends had to say about it…

Style of Eye: “EP is HUGE, gonna blow up the spot!”
Annie Mac: “Like a George Kranz Din Da Da for the club generation. Feeling it.”
Skream: “Yeah man feeling Voices”
AC Slater: “This shit is big I love it”
Andy George (Radio 1): “Dope EP from NT89, really into it”
Fake Blood: “Voices is great. I might play it back to back with my own track Voices – Voices all the way!”
Shadow Dancer: “Wow! NT89 has done it again, Love them all.”
Boris Dlugosch: “BIG!!! especially VOICES is really really good!!”
Sam Tiba (Club Cheval): “This is hot!”
Harvard Bass: “Solid EP. Loving Voices. Will definitely be supporting”
Tommie Sunshine: “This is amazing. Full support”
Autokratz: “Love it. Nima can do no wrong.”
Tomboy: “Love the whole thing! Love.”
JWLS: “Loving this! NT89 is killing it!”
Scarlett Etienne: “Voices is a CHHYYYOOOON”
Jim-E Stack: “Shit knocks!”
Larry Tee: “Love it.”
Malente: “Big tune(s). Will play for sure!”
DJ Yoda: “Liking this one”
BS1: “Wow lovely EP! Voices is amazing as well as Hot Signal, great great tracks!”
Craze: “Solid release. Really like Voices”
Dave P: “Definitely playing Voices out, it’s a gamechanger”
Don Rimini: “Such a good idea to put these kind of vocals, fresh and ’80s – I love Voices!”
Tony Senghore: “You can always count on Nima to come up with the fresh & crispy stuff. It’s techno that isn’t pretentious, uninventive or boring. Ah, the joy!”