Numbers has just given us details about what will be its third title so far this year. After “ Spreo Superbus” from Kodiak and Lory D’s “Strange Days Vol 2”, now it’s time for Unspecified Enemies. The Glasgow label has decided to reclaim one of its favourite tracks from English techno from the end of the 90s, a piece by CiM and Louis Digital, for new generations. This is what they say from the label: “Originally released as a limited edition 12" on the Counter Attack label in 1999 (a time when generic, loopy techno was ruling the roost), Multi Ordinal Tracking Unit stood out as a rare example of a UK record that could match Underground Resistance and Robert Hood for sheer sonic militancy, groove and hard-edged funk. Based around a sample of a Detroit proto-techno classic, it twists its source beyond all recognition, squeezing every drop of energy from its original source and from time to time revealing just enough to give you a brief clue of its provenance.”
The song, conveniently remastered in D&M by the engineer of the original master, Christoph Grote-Beverborg, will be out this coming 24th September on 12” vinyl and digitally, accompanied by a remix by Louis Digital himself. The digital EP includes two additional cuts with a more melodic spirit, conceived of during the same period but never released until now, “Bellona: I Do Mind Dying” and “Insurgency Soul”, the latter with an electro-funk style. You can listen to them all after the jump.