London newcomer Click Clack delivers first installment in his new LP series, ‘House Of Click’
After the death of his inspiration i_o in late 2020, Click Clack found a newfound motivation to pursue music. The London-based producer/DJ is carving out his own path into the techno scene, and with shows at Ministry of Sound and The Egg London already under his belt, he’s well on his way to attracting a sizable fanbase. Enter: House of Click, the artist’s strongest project to date.
There is no limit to Click Clack’s experimentation on this stunning full-length. In 15 tracks, he moves between dark techno sounds, deep house grooves, and so much more. Created on Ableton live, Click Clack derives his own sounds from influences such as deadmau5, Charlotte De Witte, and ArtBat. Tracks such as “Distance Memory” highlight the producer’s ability to entrance the listener with vocal samples—all while incorporating the signature clicks that make up Click Clack’s definitive sound stamp. Other tracks like “Don’t You See Me” and “Forgive Me,” to name a few, include impactful drops and skillful use of melodic techno synths. You’d be remiss to not listen to the entire 15-track in one take.
With numerous albums under his belt, Click Clack takes pride in his ability to evolve with each project. His music style led him down many paths, from progressive trance to tech house and deep house. You can catch his “Studio Sessions” each month on YouTube where he effortlessly mixes EDM and techno tracks with his own unreleased material from his studio in London.
Click Clack is currently already working on the second iteration of House of Click, but first, be sure to listen to his first LP installment below.
Click Clack – House Of Click
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