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Although Kevin Saunderson is 50-years-old now, that hasn't stopped him one bit from spreading the sound he loves. Credited for being one of the innovators of the Detroit techno scene and 1/3 of the Belleville Three, Saunderson has continued to push the sound while solidifying his status as a dance music legend.
While he's been known to release music under a manifold of different names including Kreem, The Reese Project, Tronik House, and many more, his most recent track sees him returning to the name E-Dancer. It's been 18 years since he utilized this name to release new music, so this is quite unexpected. Regardless, it's pretty clear Saunderson never lost his touch.
Instantly barreling the listeners with no shortage of electrifying production on "Foundation," we are first struck with a strong layering of schizophrenic drum work that will immediately catch your attention. Soon after that is strange, chopped up vocals, sitting alongside a rampant beat while building into dark synthesizers.
For the new crowd, you can tell how many producers in the fields of techno, acid house, and darker electronic music have pulled influence from this legend. Fans of artists like Boys Noize, REZZ, and Gesaffelstein are sure to love this, and can learn a lot from the master.
He's been around for a long time now, but this still finds a way to have a fresh and futuristic touch while remaining true to his roots. The song will be available for purchase on July 6th through his own imprint KMS Records, so stream the track now and prepare for the release.