Review: This tasty four-tracker is worth celebrating on a number of levels, not least the return to action of rising star Voiron. The Parisian producer has been frustratingly quiet since releasing a new edition of his popular 2016 EP "Voironzinor" on Craigie Knowes last March. Happily, "Air Voiron" is every bit as good as we'd hoped it would be. Check first the bustling bursts of breakbeats, droning analogue bass and lilting electronic melodies of "K Mvoiron", before turning your attention to the psychedelic acid lines, pitched-up vocal samples, restless drum builds and fizzing riffs of "League of Voiron". Elsewhere, "Air Voiron" sees our hero wrap IDM style melodies and bubbly electronics around a mid-tempo, house style beat, while "Voirongate" is a cheery, piano-laden jog through blissful, saucer-eyed early '90s electronica pastures.
Review: Parisian producer and DJ Voiron got his break back in 2014 with the Radome EP on Concrete Music and he's popped up on the excellent One Eyed Jacks operated by Photonz as well as Lyon's Rave or Die since then. Across his releases so far, Voiron's shown a willingness to dabble in the crawlspace between acid, electro and techno no it's no surprise to find him land on local concern Nocta Numerica Records! The Paris label may be young but they've impressed with releases from Dynarec and Cold Colours and this bright yellow Voironizer 12" is killer. The title track's usage of synths and drum samples displays a sense of humour redolent of Ceephax Acid Crew, whilst "Building Voiron" and "After Chez Oim" are delightful attempts at classic synthwave.