DescriptionPressure increases a voltage, generates heat, compacts sound areas. The ?Crispy Chicken? EP by Sebastian Clobes and Frickler and gets to the point, what makes up the prime time in your favorite club on the dance floor. Thick a dark arpeggio straight forward and functional holds the percussions of the single \"Crispy Chicken\" together and push the sound directly into the legs. To be quite sentimental in the next fraction to condense expansive chords. Then, Tobias Nawrath claims in his remix, that he turns the screw: with fluttering basslines and heavy percussion he can still generate more pressure. This he does with almost trancey synths, wich provide wide and almost sentimental clarity to the track. That he keeps it danceable? No question for Tobias Nawrath. Finally, he destructs the melodies pragmatically to the dictates of a shamelessly in the room pumping bass drum. A really clear statement in the form of a swirling monster bass line makes Frickler and Sebastian Clobes with the number \"Busty Bacon\". This way straight forward and clear can only be a really straight tech-house attitude.The precise contents of the two here will make it right to the point with their track \"Angry Alien?. Thoughtful, putting on a full power structure to prove, that the combination of dedicated areas and pulsating bass, power, voltage and heat can only cause a straight dance instruction.