Filed under: 100.Sessions | Tags: detroit, interview, luke hess, podcast, resident advisor, techno
Filed under: 001.Features | Tags: album, detroit, house, lady blacktronika, pablo valentino, smallville, steven tang, techno
“Every producers dream is to one day complete and release a full length album. After a string of well received 12inch singles on my own label, Emphasis Recordings, and most recently, on labels like Aesthetic Audio, Machining Dreams, Syncrophone, and Dolly, I thought now is the time to start realizing that dream of the full length album.”
Filed under: 001.Features | Tags: a guy called gerald, alex picone, altered natives, bosconi records, bosconi stallions, brothers in low, eduardo de la calle, house, techno
For the second installment of the Stallions saga, Bosconi Records entrusts the fate of the muscular thoroughbred Neged. The stallion is flanked by five stallions at an older age and with four tracks have a responsibility to drive the seductive ride, set synergy between Uk, bass and balearic sounds. The first maximum weight is A Guy Called Gerald, with a melodic and other times The Diehold Thu, following close behind Altered Natives that lay snares for between environments dreamy and epic of The Legend Of Neglect. The B-side turns on a wide range of positive feelings derived from spatial Testacorta melodies, written by Alex Picone and Mass Prod aka Brothers in Low, and Virata Rupa by Eduardo della Calle, who is a great travel companion for a ride reached only half of the final goal.
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: chicago, d'marc cantu, detroit, dvs1, forbidden planet, techno
The first Forbidden Planet release, featuring D’Marc Cantu with some Autistic and weird chicago-jak madness. DVS1 is on remix duties.
Filed under: 001.Features | Tags: acid, detroit, pomelo, techno, tin man, underdog
After delivering Absurd Recordings with its first Acid Test in 2011, Tin Man lines up some more acid for Pomelo. For DJs in search of drum track acid techno, “UR”, is a good start. Taking a break from acid, but remaining on the drum trax tip, “Stay Down”, is a brooding and synthy production that keeps itself from straying to close to the red – a perfect DJ tool for more reasons than just functionality.
Filed under: 010.Interviews | Tags: interview, steve o'sullivan, tea and techno
Filed under: 100.Sessions | Tags: chicago house, ilian tape, paul du lac, podcast