• 12" - Clay Wilson - Skandha - The Bunker New York 014

"The stage is set from minute one on Clay Wilson's new 4-track EP, "Skandha," his second release for The Bunker New York. "I've never been into really straightforward club techno that works in neat 8- and 16-bar sequences," he says. "I'm always looking for things that have forward momentum, ways to escape that 'block-y,' downbeat-centric feeling that you find in so much contemporary techno. For me, it's the drone what's going on in the background that serves to hold my interest."

While at times the drawn-out shimmering tones in Wilson's work may recall modern minimalism, "getting into techno, and more specifically techno production, was kind of a way for me to get away from [formal, classical musical] training," he recalls. "I had been headed down an open-minded, anything-goes path with a compositionally-geared approach, and all those paths led to techno." And for that, we're glad."

Skandha

Skandha

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"The stage is set from minute one on Clay Wilson's new 4-track EP, "Skandha," his second release for The Bunker New York. "I've never been into really straightforward club techno that works in neat 8- and 16-bar sequences," he says. "I'm always looking for things that have forward momentum, ways to escape that 'block-y,' downbeat-centric feeling that you find in so much contemporary techno. For me, it's the drone what's going on in the background that serves to hold my interest."

While at times the drawn-out shimmering tones in Wilson's work may recall modern minimalism, "getting into techno, and more specifically techno production, was kind of a way for me to get away from [formal, classical musical] training," he recalls. "I had been headed down an open-minded, anything-goes path with a compositionally-geared approach, and all those paths led to techno." And for that, we're glad."