With his new vinyl album Quiet Distortion ready for release, Gregor Tresher once again sets sail to break new soil, proving why he is considered to be one of the most consistent artists in the universe of techno music. With this new installment of 12 tracks and once again accompanied by forward-thinking artwork by long-time collaborating 3D-artist Dennis Richter, it seems that Gregor managed to bridge the gap to his early releases by transforming their original, uncompromising sound into the here and now. Gregor puts it this way: “I am aiming to and the right balance in-between the vibe of some of my early music and the kind of modern Techno I like to play as a DJ, but at the same time I do not want to stand still but evolve as a musician. The goal I try to reach is to create something that will hopefully stand the test of time.”
After the haunting opening piece Numb come Surrender and Tyrant that instantly set the tone for what we consider to be Tresher’s most complete piece of work to date.