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  • Bart Skils @ TimeWarp & Awakenings pres Connect [13-10-2018]
    Bart Skils
    01:58:30
    Techno
    4,458

    My full set from Awakenings & Timewarp present Connect. Thanks for the amazing vibe!..

  • Dekmantel Podcast 200 - Surgeon
    dekmantel
    01:46:29
    4,244

    Time sure does fly when you’re having fun, and so it is that we’ve already raced up to podcast number 200. We’ve managed to call upon a suitably large name for the honour; someone who has very much shaped the techno scene over the course of the last 20 years and continues to excite people every time he plays. That man is Surgeon. As a performer, Birmingham’s Anthony Childs was one of the first men to embrace and exploit the possibilities of Ableton Live and Final Scratch. His mastery of that technology made his sets even more improvised and innovative, and over the years he has never compromised his vision. He plays with a sense of devastation and destruction that explores the very outer edges of what is possible, while always keeping the dance floor absolutely locked in. It’s been the same since he founded his hometown’s first techno club, House of God, at the start of the 90s. As a producer—whether solo or in celebrated collaborations with Regis as British Murder Boys or Ben Sims as Frequency 7—he seems to be getting better with age. Right from his first EP on Karl O’Connor’s Downwards in 1994, surgeon has had a hard hitting, linear style that remains to this day. Recent years saw him return to a primitive rave style and incorporate the gritty industrial influences of his youth. But in 2018 he evolved again and served up what many consider to be his best album in years. Luminosity Device features a more rhythmic, playful sense of drum programming next to his meticulously crafted synths and enthralling sense of urgency and future paranoia. The nuance in his tracks is now as intriguing as the visceral power of the kicks, and it all adds up to an album that works as well on headphones, at home, as it does on the dance floor. It’s proper techno by a proper techno head. And so is the mix he has put together for us. Over 1 hour 45 minutes, the man calls upon plenty of pivotal names from Juan Atkins and Oscar Mulero to Donato Dozzy and James Ruskin. There are plenty of twists and turns along the way, so that zoned out passages of dubbed out drums are followed by intergalactic space battles and moments of synth laden intensity. It’s a testament to Surgeon’s skills that he can take you to such far ranging corners of the techno world without ever getting lost.

  • Amelie Lens - Basiel (Lenske003)
    Lenske
    06:22
    Techno
    3,829

    coming this November 2018

  • Marco Faraone - Cruiser - Drumcode - DC197
    Drumcode
    06:57
    Techno
    3,405

    Purchase here — bit.ly/DC197BP Marco Faraone returns to Drumcode with some of his most inspired work ever, comprising of four tracks crossing the Techno spectrum. Growing up Marco was surrounded by 90s Italo house and techno, which have all had a part in the current sound he produces today. Never one to stick to any individual style, he can often surprise his fans with a set pumping out peak time beats to down tempo house cuts with catchy vocals. “With this release, I took some inspiration from listening back to some old Vitalic sounds and giving some extra power to the use of synths in each track. It’s got a festival vibe to it, which is something I wanted to achieve” - Marco His last Drumcode EP was back in 2016, so this October he makes a welcome return showing his multiskilled productions at their full potential on this mega 4 tracker, opening with the gargantuan ‘Never Forget’. Mutating rhythmic synths hark back to the good ol’ days of BXR and the limitless talent of the Italian Techno scene in the late 90s. Boiling over in the main break this is crowd-pleasing dance music at its finest. ‘Cruiser’ is a bumpy upbeat ride with a strong melodic hook that will have the hands raised and the feet stomping. Title track ‘Lunar Eclipse’ is a dense, at times claustrophobic roller. Menacing to begin with, the addition of the main melodic motifs lifts the mood midway. ‘Take This Trip’ rounds out an incendiary EP. Lighter and more musical that the previous three, it offers a joyful, softer message. “This is a special release for me, I wanted this to have explosive power yet the perfect balance of melodies and sounds to create a different and unique atmosphere for each track” - Marco

  • #078: Arutani *live - Montagssorbet mit Laut & Luise
    Laut & Luise
    01:09:38
    Montagssorbet
    3,061

    Arutani - Irreality EP: https://lautundlui.se/arutani-irreality Für die Ewigwachgebliebenen zum Feierabendbier, für die Frühaufsteher als Seelenfutter zum Wochenbeginn: Montagssorbet mit Laut & Luise. Alles erlaubt, was gut tut und Gedanken kreisen lässt, nur der Name ist Programm: cremig, fluffig und ganz schön weich. Da isser wieder und knarzt sich allmählich durch Luises Kanäle: @Arutani. Freuen wir uns ganz besonders mit Release im Rücken und Sorbet vor den Füßen. Eine Stunde live, also quasi von selbst, frisch aus dem Studio und so ziemlich ungehört. Sneak Peak mit Sägen, Kanten, und Zähnen. Sagen wir Danke, einfach mal im Namen aller. (Intro: Mark Pritchard | Foto: Julia Moebus)

  • Marco Faraone - Lunar Eclipse - Drumcode - DC197
    Drumcode
    08:03
    Techno
    2,640

    Purchase here — bit.ly/DC197BP Marco Faraone returns to Drumcode with some of his most inspired work ever, comprising of four tracks crossing the Techno spectrum. Growing up Marco was surrounded by 90s Italo house and techno, which have all had a part in the current sound he produces today. Never one to stick to any individual style, he can often surprise his fans with a set pumping out peak time beats to down tempo house cuts with catchy vocals. “With this release, I took some inspiration from listening back to some old Vitalic sounds and giving some extra power to the use of synths in each track. It’s got a festival vibe to it, which is something I wanted to achieve” - Marco His last Drumcode EP was back in 2016, so this October he makes a welcome return showing his multiskilled productions at their full potential on this mega 4 tracker, opening with the gargantuan ‘Never Forget’. Mutating rhythmic synths hark back to the good ol’ days of BXR and the limitless talent of the Italian Techno scene in the late 90s. Boiling over in the main break this is crowd-pleasing dance music at its finest. ‘Cruiser’ is a bumpy upbeat ride with a strong melodic hook that will have the hands raised and the feet stomping. Title track ‘Lunar Eclipse’ is a dense, at times claustrophobic roller. Menacing to begin with, the addition of the main melodic motifs lifts the mood midway. ‘Take This Trip’ rounds out an incendiary EP. Lighter and more musical that the previous three, it offers a joyful, softer message. “This is a special release for me, I wanted this to have explosive power yet the perfect balance of melodies and sounds to create a different and unique atmosphere for each track” - Marco

  • Marco Faraone - Never Forget - Drumcode - DC197
    Drumcode
    06:54
    Techno
    2,227

    Purchase here — bit.ly/DC197BP Marco Faraone returns to Drumcode with some of his most inspired work ever, comprising of four tracks crossing the Techno spectrum. Growing up Marco was surrounded by 90s Italo house and techno, which have all had a part in the current sound he produces today. Never one to stick to any individual style, he can often surprise his fans with a set pumping out peak time beats to down tempo house cuts with catchy vocals. “With this release, I took some inspiration from listening back to some old Vitalic sounds and giving some extra power to the use of synths in each track. It’s got a festival vibe to it, which is something I wanted to achieve” - Marco His last Drumcode EP was back in 2016, so this October he makes a welcome return showing his multiskilled productions at their full potential on this mega 4 tracker, opening with the gargantuan ‘Never Forget’. Mutating rhythmic synths hark back to the good ol’ days of BXR and the limitless talent of the Italian Techno scene in the late 90s. Boiling over in the main break this is crowd-pleasing dance music at its finest. ‘Cruiser’ is a bumpy upbeat ride with a strong melodic hook that will have the hands raised and the feet stomping. Title track ‘Lunar Eclipse’ is a dense, at times claustrophobic roller. Menacing to begin with, the addition of the main melodic motifs lifts the mood midway. ‘Take This Trip’ rounds out an incendiary EP. Lighter and more musical that the previous three, it offers a joyful, softer message. “This is a special release for me, I wanted this to have explosive power yet the perfect balance of melodies and sounds to create a different and unique atmosphere for each track” - Marco

  • LSD (live) at Dekmantel Festival 2018
    dekmantel
    01:02:33
    10,926

    Luke Slater / Steve Bicknell / Function supergroup LSD means hammer time. The recording covers the last hour of their set and is, undoubtedly, straight-up fire.

  • EntzugszKlinique - Sweet Dreams
    EntzugszKlinique
    15:10
    Techno
    3,812
  • Oscar Mulero at Dekmantel Festival 2018
    dekmantel
    01:28:58
    9,787

    Oscar Mulero showcasing his approach to techno at Dekmantel Festival 2018's UFO I Stage, which is one of colourful patches of obscure, and adept broken beat and crafted basslines,

  • Marco Faraone - Take This Trip - Drumcode - DC197
    Drumcode
    07:08
    Techno
    1,986

    Purchase here — bit.ly/DC197BP Marco Faraone returns to Drumcode with some of his most inspired work ever, comprising of four tracks crossing the Techno spectrum. Growing up Marco was surrounded by 90s Italo house and techno, which have all had a part in the current sound he produces today. Never one to stick to any individual style, he can often surprise his fans with a set pumping out peak time beats to down tempo house cuts with catchy vocals. “With this release, I took some inspiration from listening back to some old Vitalic sounds and giving some extra power to the use of synths in each track. It’s got a festival vibe to it, which is something I wanted to achieve” - Marco His last Drumcode EP was back in 2016, so this October he makes a welcome return showing his multiskilled productions at their full potential on this mega 4 tracker, opening with the gargantuan ‘Never Forget’. Mutating rhythmic synths hark back to the good ol’ days of BXR and the limitless talent of the Italian Techno scene in the late 90s. Boiling over in the main break this is crowd-pleasing dance music at its finest. ‘Cruiser’ is a bumpy upbeat ride with a strong melodic hook that will have the hands raised and the feet stomping. Title track ‘Lunar Eclipse’ is a dense, at times claustrophobic roller. Menacing to begin with, the addition of the main melodic motifs lifts the mood midway. ‘Take This Trip’ rounds out an incendiary EP. Lighter and more musical that the previous three, it offers a joyful, softer message. “This is a special release for me, I wanted this to have explosive power yet the perfect balance of melodies and sounds to create a different and unique atmosphere for each track” - Marco

  • Marcel Dettman | Boiler Room Berlin x Coke Carbonate
    BOILER ROOM
    01:01:59
    6,052

    ► This name needs little introduction! ► Follow us on SoundCloud: blrrm.tv/subscribe-sc

  • Patrick Russell at Dekmantel Festival 2018
    dekmantel
    01:29:30
    4,374

    A veteran of the rave circuit, Patrick’ Russell's sets are a testament to his legacy, knowledge and excellent tastes, taking him from house, techno IDM, acid and noise. A recap to a summer day in August with his recording from Dekmantel Festival 2018.

  • Ling Ling - Footloose (Remix)
    freetaxler
    06:21
    Funky Acid Techno
    4,179

    Post Production by Pozek https://soundcloud.com/pozek

  • Kannadiss Vs. Corespondent Live @ Ex Schlachthaus Wolfsburg Kannadiss Bday Bash 13.10.2018
    ZAHNI MusiX sup. by ill-patron
    01:18:28
    Techno
    1,951

    Hier das set Von meiner bday Party von Lemmy und mir ;)

  • GYRL presents Afterhour Sounds Podcast Nr. 148
    Afterhour Sounds
    01:24:57
    GYRL
    2,320

    © artwork by franz zünkler ➲ contact ✉ [email protected] GYRL (https://soundcloud.com/gyrlz) presents Afterhour Sounds Podcast Nr. 148 Die schön unverblümte Afterhour, heute im GYRL Warehouse. „Ja hey das ist einfach GYRL-Sound," ... Was bitte ist „GYRL-Sound“ habe ich mich noch vor ein paar Jahren gefragt. Einen live Tango später, in einer wunderschönen Bucht war alles klar... Die Produzenten @NikolasNoam und @garstique schaffen mit ihrem Projekt GYRL ihr eigenes Genre. Wer kann das schon von sich behaupten? Seit drei Jahren kapert das Duo die Downtempo Zone mit ihrem unverwechselbarem Sound und gestaltet diese durch ihrer beider Talente munter mit. 
 Ihre Produktionen: Aus Leipzig nicht aus Zucker. Ihre Sets: Dark-Techno auf Slomo, der gekonnt in ein ekstatisches Jenseits lotst und durch ihr Musikspektrum führt, welches so unverschämt gut ist, dass es sich einfach nur verboten anfühlt. Wir sagen danke, für euer musisches Schaffen, euch als Inspirationsquelle und die heutige, mehr als gelungene Afterhour lieber Carsten und lieber Hannes. <3 Ladies and Gentlemens, willkommen auf der @slowereastside...willkommen im Warehouse von GYRL. K4 Bookings | Drossel | Heimlich @gyrlz https://www.facebook.com/GYRLmusic/ https://k4bookings.com/GYRL.html

  • Matrixxman at Dekmantel Festival 2018
    dekmantel
    01:30:08
    7,247

    Label member and big-league-techno-producer Charlie Duff a.k.a. Matrixxman always delivers. Flashback to Dekmantel Festival 2018 with his pumping, stripped-back and raw techno played, once again, at our UFO I Stage.

  • Calypso & Miller - Schwan*tanz
    Calypso
    02:47
    Techno
    3,720

    Neuer Funtrack von @renemiller und mir! Viel Spaß damit :D

  • Premiere: Kasra 'Alburz'
    Mixmag
    04:39
    Drum & Bass
    9,953

    Pre-order before its October 12 release: https://criticalmusic.com/releases/ski-mask-ep/ It's incredible to think Critical Music has been running for 16 years and the label's founder, Kasra, has never released a solo EP. Thats's changing now with the 'Ski Mask' EP and we're premiering 'Alburz'. It's dark, it's sharp, it's tech-y. Critical all over really.

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