Technolorgy - MINIVIEW: Damsels In Distress
Electro Coming hot off their album "Dying Stars", Greek electro act Technolorgy is back with a five track single titled "Damsels In Distress". If you need further pointers, the release is basing itself off of the track 'Damsel In Distress', contains two remixes from Ginger Snap5, a remix from Cygnosic (which was exclusive to the CD version of "Dying Stars"), and an unreleased B-side track. 

The title track still remains as the same, addicting electro track it was as when it first released, but the added content drives forth new energy. Ginger Snap5's first remix is strictly for the club, pushing out a smoother, synth based cyber beat, while the second spins a closer to home, reworked electronic track.  Cygnosic stays more true to the original mix of the song, offering heavier bass and a harder edge. The last song, while clearly not the best out of Technolorgy's discography, will please fans of the Greek duo. 

If anything, "Damsels In Distress" is completely worth getting for both Ginger Snap5's amazing club remix and Cygnosic's awesome touch, even if the B-side track was a little weak. 
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Technolorgy - MINIVIEW: Damsels In Distress

7.0
"Good"
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Electroracle
Released 2015 by DWA
Coming hot off their album "Dying Stars", Greek electro act Technolorgy is back with a five track single titled "Damsels In Distress". If you need further pointers, the release is basing itself off of the track 'Damsel In Distress', contains two remixes from Ginger Snap5, a remix from Cygnosic (which was exclusive to the CD version of "Dying Stars"), and an unreleased B-side track. 

The title track still remains as the same, addicting electro track it was as when it first released, but the added content drives forth new energy. Ginger Snap5's first remix is strictly for the club, pushing out a smoother, synth based cyber beat, while the second spins a closer to home, reworked electronic track.  Cygnosic stays more true to the original mix of the song, offering heavier bass and a harder edge. The last song, while clearly not the best out of Technolorgy's discography, will please fans of the Greek duo. 

If anything, "Damsels In Distress" is completely worth getting for both Ginger Snap5's amazing club remix and Cygnosic's awesome touch, even if the B-side track was a little weak. 
Oct 08 2015

Steven Gullotta

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I've been writing for Brutal Resonance since November of 2012 and now serve as the editor-in-chief. I love the dark electronic underground and usually have too much to listen to at once but I love it. I am also an editor at Aggressive Deprivation, a digital/physical magazine since March of 2016. I support the scene as much as I can from my humble laptop.

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