/Acid techno, Primitronica, Electronic pop, Tracker music, DIY, Lo-fi, Electro pop, DIY/
Comment: Decktonic is the nom de plume of Christian Montoya, a New York-based electro music producer. He has said he created it with KORG DS10+ and Nanoloop for iPad. At the time of creating process he was inspired by the work of Henry Homesweet, KODEK, Cheapshot, ???, HarleyLikesMusic, Anthony Seeha and Disasterpeace. However, his 10-track publication involves the elements of rusty, angular electro and more bouncy club-induced propulsions and even infantile-near primitive electronica (though, it is highly amusing and funny) and tracker music/chiptune bits and grains. These sultry synth chunks and acid techno inspired hooks are highly enjoyable. In a nutshell, the more you listen to it the more you like it (as it used to be so usual case in this way). In general, it is as well as his previous, debut album Dark Mode (2011). Actually it is even a tiny bit better.