Filed under: 100.Sessions | Tags: cedric bros, get the curse music, marcelus, podcast, techno
After 2 digital releases on Prologue, Iori comes back with his first vinyl release and has fulfilled the mission with a masterpiece of pure Techno. Three deep, energetic, driving tracks and a monster baselines based on Iori´s unique style.
Filed under: 001.Features | Tags: clone basement series, clone records, mike dehnert, techno
Mike Dehnert follows up on his previous 2 Clone Basement releases, with a selection of 4 tracks, that shows another side of Mike. Four tracks that reveal the more challenging side with some forward thinking techno tracks. Slightly slower paced as some of his recent works, and with only 1 out of 4 tracks having a straight kick in the complete track, he is placing emphasis on the rolling machine groove and the flow coming from sounds and effects.
Filed under: 001.Features | Tags: clone basement series, clone records, duplex, gerd, house, techno
Release by Gerd on the Clone Basement Series with an old classic themed techno track he found on a dusty DAT tape while archiving some old recordings. Somehow a traditional techno track with metalic basslines, stellar string sounds and retro futuristic vocals with a classic theme… time & space. The original slower paced version did get an reshape/makeover that gives it a 2011 update that will be a standard record in the box for many! Remixers on duty are Rotterdam’s Duplex duo who are back in business and deliver two remixes.
Filed under: 001.Features | Tags: berlin techno, farchwerk, sascha rydell, techno
New release on Fachwerk techno train from Sascha Rydell. On the A-side Sascha delivers a proper Berlin machine-techno track, undercooled, intense, heavy. On the B-side a surprisingly relaxed techno excursion with dubby hints of Detroit techno.