Dutch label Klakson has been around for two decades now, and recently they have put out some great records (like the Luxus Varta EP). Their next 12″ is Sepehr’s Artificiality, which follows his great album for Dark Entries. The SF-based artist shifts into a higher gear for this one, with four tracks aimed for the dancefloor. The wonderful closing track “Izadi” would probably be house, if it wasn’t for its floating bass and dark synthesizers. The title-track is a great example of a slightly more leftfield sound that will still get the crowd raging. Check out the preview now – the record should be available early September.