Lopezhouse delivers galactic minimal tech sounds with ‘Vostok’ EP

Spanish sci-fi techno duo Lopezhouse return with a spacey two-track EP titled ‘Vostok’ via Bedrock Records.

Continuing their devotion to craft original club-ready sci-fi inspired dance tunes, Lopezhouse have dropped a new EP, Vostok, via John Digweed’s Bedrock Records.

The new record, named after the Vostock space program set up by the Soviet Union in the 1960s during the great Space Race, utilizes their enigmatic techno sound while drawing on progressive and rock sounds.

The title track’s bleeping synths and driving groove are fitting with the themes. The second track, ‘Redstone’, takes a more energetic approach and features bass and lead guitar into the mix.

Lopezhouse, consisting of members David Lopez and Carlos Cruz, are prominent within the progressive house and techno scenes for over 10 years before breaking into the international scene with the 2015 single ‘Mude Tod’.

Their latest EP follows a string of releases on Bedrock Records including 2019’s Something Is Happening and Sunburst as well as being featured in John Digweed’s Quattro II compilation album.





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