Keikari's remix changes the aerosphere by adding more structure and sageness, but tranquil remains confined within the borders of that mournful techno esthetic determined to Konstruktiv. Set to be released on Konstruktiv on October 3rd, Angular Bells is a heartening EP which sets the consummate quality for DHCR's upcoming techno endeavors. The EP starts in congested compulsion with Angular Bells, a techno cut which sways the listeners with muscular vigorous rhythms and gripping bass lines. Dual starts off steadily and then proceeds into a surge of agile and stomping beats, and then the brooding Monopolar oversee closes the diss with syncopated drum kicks and haunting rhythms. Up next, Konstruktiv mark boss Rekord 61 takes Angular Bells and adds his acidic trademark paired with unheated hypnotic synths, in organization to purvey an ethereal yet large dancefloor-primed remix. After debuting on the Planet Timing Imprint in July 2016, DHCR is now side with with the Angular Bells EP, summing up 2 years of sonic experimentation, but also marking a stage cheeky, toward new challenges.