Double LP version. This is the debut full-length release by Madrid's Tadeo. On Contacto, techno breathes again with new and recovered energy, and is a declaration of love to his city, even if the language of the album is cosmology and a fascination with the universe. The man behind Cyclical Tracks and one of the NET28 headhunters (together with Alex Under, Damian Schwartz and Imek), has developed a sound that searches for perfection and classicism, with touches of Detroit and the new sound of Madrid. On "Heliopausa," "Orión" and "Júpiter," we confront the most straightforward dancefloor moments where rhythm takes control, punctuated with retro/futuristic arrangements, some very serious and deep stuff. "Zona de Fluctuación...," with its devastating rawness and originality, takes us even higher, together with timeless hit "Metro," where the perception of what Tadeo is capable of really hits us. His journey is that of the endless highway, where techno looks forward and there is no way back, just the feeling of being away from everywhere, in constant movement, even when tracks like "Titán" or "Transmisión" let us breathe, evolving with elegance and beauty. This album is a result of Tadeo's huge capacity to modulate music that is always as perfect as a mathematic equation.