After a formative period where he dabbled with acid techno and churned out some 12″s on his personally operate Junkfood label, producer Robert Babicz attained substantial recognition as Rob Acid before after that adopting just one more alias, Atlon, Inc. It had been as Atlon, Inc. that Babicz started dabbling with lighter, even more accessible types of techno, much less centered on the dancefloor but still dancefloor-worthy. Actually, his are Atlon, Inc. in fact retains a large amount of the brand Cologne, Germany, techno audio — his indigenous city and the house of such prolific makers as J. Burger (Modernist) and Wolfgang Voigt (Mike Printer ink, Gas) aswell as the esteemed Kompakt label. Seen as a a creative work of rather regular analog techno noises (synths, drum devices) and some laptop computer polish — along with an focus on calm rhythms, saccharine melodies, and basic yet inventive music constructions — Babicz’s Colognesque are Atlon, Inc. garnered him however more compliment and became another illustration of fresh place for techno to explore. You start with a set of EPs (Portman, Alina) for Push Inc, Babicz released his debut Atlon, Inc. full-length, Primary Items, in early 2001.