Review + Stream: Onno – Techno Jams (4.5/5)

by on April 1, 2015




Release Date

Out Now


1. Hard Hitting
2. Infectious Vocal Samples
3. Mind boggling synths

Editor Rating
Hot Scale


Truesoul has yet again pushed the envelope for releasing quality music at the right time. With the summer right around the corner, Techno Jams is your essential buy this year.


Truesoul has come out with yet another smasher of a release titled ‘Techno Jams’. Onno, releasing music on Adam Bayer’s Truesoul for the first time delivers one of the hottest tunes one can expect this summer.

The EP starts off with the title track ‘Techno Jam’ and it clearly lives up to it’s name.  Featuring some hard hitting kicks and a well-blended vocal sample. Onno is known for a different sound where he explores his side of Techno with a little influence from his previous works. Moreover, those hi-hats and cymbals make this track a perfect opener for the latest EP Truesoul has to offer.

With an opening like ‘Techno Jam’, ONNO has brought the tempo down for ‘Come On’. A very minimal approach to his second track.  Onno yet again explores a different side of techno by fusing vocals samples one can describe as ‘urban’ and a snare that fits perfectly with the entire arrangement. Focusing on just one melody, Onno has transformed this track into a perfect opening track.




Did someone say tech house? Then ‘Breakbeat Bats’ is your answer.  A track, which includes rhythmic hi-hats, and yet another scintillating vocal sample. For a second, I was confused whether this was a release on Hot Creations or Truesoul. ‘Breakbeat Bats’ is that one track that I can imagine being belted out by the likes of Waff or Richy Ahmed. Not to forget, it also has that infectious 909 ride and analog synths we all adore.




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