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Will Clarke Proves Nothing But Techno Is Forever

Big beard. Big basslines. Big techno love. That’s what you get with Will Clarke, the tech-house producer with multiple Billboard Dance chart-topping remixes. The Bristol native has gained recognition from Carl Cox, Jamie Jones, Shiba San and Dirtybird label head Claude VonStroke for his clear talent in the industry. Since his hit single “Booty Percolatin’,” Will Clarke still manages to find time to continue to produce and tour, while also sitting down for his monthly radio show “The Barbershop.” Most recently, he’s released a three-track EP titled Nothing is Forever on the Truesoul label. Indulge in some infinite-sounding techno below.

Will Clarke returns to the Truesoul family with three delicious techno tracks on the EP. The first track “Mucaj” introduces an acidic atmosphere with multiple layers of sound and intricate melodies. The next title track “Nothing Is Forever” has more of a groove in the rhythm with a vibe as bittersweet as its name with a subtle contrast of light and dark in the harmonies. The third and final track sinisterly named “Meta” is overcast with the darkest bassline of the three and foreboding and increasingly stronger humming synths that may scare or seduce you. So, do you think nothing is forever? Is techno at least infinite? Find out when Will Clarke plays at Goldrush on September 27th & 28th; get your tickets here.

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