Farbwechsel introduces us to Mike Nylons, a producer focusing on cold-hearted, peak time killers. The four-tracker almost opens in a peaceful tone with Eau de Toilette. On top of a relentless techno beat, lazy arpeggios are struggling to even out all the edges but they ultimately drown in nothingness by the end of the track. Those are the last melodies you’ll hear all along the EP. From here on, the atmosphere is getting bleaker and bleaker. Four seriously stripped, robust, main room bangers for the warehouses. We wish you could hear these in full effect on the dancefloor of a club like Tresor or Rex.