Writing Music Review: OVERWERK

It’s probably a good testimonial that I’ve just picked up OVERWERK’s latest album on Bandcamp.

OVERWERK is techno-infused electronica for people who typically hate techno music. He’s a Canadian DJ that takes a lot of symphonic sounds and weaves them seamlessly into the techno beats. As a result, you get a series of instrumental tracks that have that percussive rhythm you need to get your blood pumping, while at the same time with the melodies you need to keep you from being simply bored.

I particularly recommend After Hours (embedded below) but all of them are quite good; most of his albums are on a “pay what you want” kind of setup with full previews, so you can definitely check him out risk-free.

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