A beautifully, submersive body of work in which not a single musical element is out of place. In just five tracks you are taken into an alternate reality where each work has its own story to tell as well as coming together as a collection to create a connected experience.
Favorite track: Singing Bowl.
Enthralling from start to finish. Each track grabs your attention in a completely unique way. The quality of sound design and use of space and textures is captivating despite the release representing a variety of tempos, moods and styles. Quality release <3
This is absolutely incredible, each individual tune carries it's own personality and Biotech identity but they all mesh together so organically. The whole concept, design, everything - is honestly beautiful. This is one to snatch up ASAP!
Favorite track: XUNOX.
Incredible album, such a unique concept that has been pulled off so well. Each tune represents the idea of biotech in a different way, all the tunes bang and the sound design in incredible. Deffo one to cop.
Favorite track: Escape.
The newly installed Overthinker Mob imprint is set to anonymously publish overthought music resting on artists' hard drives.
-> Adjacent short film: factmag.com/2020/09/04/overthinker-mob-the-biotech-issue
"The Biotech Issue" is a moodboard compiling productions by Diessa, Eno Gata, Mordio, Niklas Bühler, Polygonia and Porter Brook - listed alphabetically and not by track order, to conceal who produced which work.
It marks the first release of an open-ended series scraping the spectrum for innovative pieces that the artists wouldn't have made public otherwise. All featured talent is emerging from different backgrounds ranging over Munich’s forefront of hypnotic sound to Sheffield's queer underground - yet this release offers a coherent experience for home immersion and club ignition alike. Full stream and download available below.
LP, EP, compilation, playlist, etc. - None of these traditional formats fully match our concept.
We aim to prototype a new medium to deliver an assortment of tracks. We are calling it "moodboard".
It's 2020 by now and about time to invest in a format that eases the listener's compulsion to assign the music to a genre. The resulting lack of expectations enhances the listening experience to be an exploration as opposed to flattening the learning curve.