New Casanova Bar release written and produced by Obstructor in Tbisili (Georgia).
Skudge and Nihad Tule are back as Taken with their second release on their own imprint. Highly effective techno explorations.
Dustin Zahn makes his Blueprint Records debut as James Ruskin’s label continues to celebrate 25 years at the forefront of Techno. ‘Hand Over Control’ EP features four new tracks of deep dance floor techno.
Johannes Volk debuts on Eternal Friction Records with a 4 track EP called “Mutable Motor Units”. The result is a powerful EP filled with powerful grooves, smooth leads and uplifting rhythms, that clearly demonstrates Johannes unique and personal approach to techno.
DJ Surgeles is back again on Eclectic Limited with a solo EP. 4 powerful tracks on clear orange colored vinyl showcasing his uniquely appreciable recognizable way of making Techno.
Detroit pioneer Robert Hood returns to Rekids with a four-track EP of his trailblazing minimal techno.
Triple pack repress of one of the most important and defining techno records ever made.
Non Series welcomes DJ Nobu to their roster with a great 4 tracker EP.
Deep spacious Techno grooves from Feral on Mental Modern.
Head Front Panel signs on for the second ‘Repetitive Rhythm Research’ with his ‘Phonetic’ EP. Relentless, heady, analogue techno. Rooted firmly in 90’s dark basements, updated for the 2020’s.
Steve Rachmad, aka Sterac returns to Luke Slater’s Mote-Evolver imprintto release the ‘Numbers’ EP, with four tunneling techno tracks. Kicking off the release is ‘Ghost 37’, which employs vacillating grooves, ominous synths and intricate mechanics before ‘Lost Track 22’ fuses sizzling 303s, dynamic drums and mammoth, alien-sounding modulations. On the flip, ‘Rey Fur 2.1’ keeps the energy flowing with a high-impact clapper featuring bustling fx and expansive tones until ‘Tr-15’ masterfully rounds off the EP with twisting synth flutters, rattling highs and hypnotic bass grooves intricately unfolding underneath.
Seven years after the classic ‘Theater of a Confused Mind’ (as Population One), Detroit techno phenomenon Terrence Dixon is back on Rush Hour with a new album, this time under his own name. ‘Reporting from Detroit’ is another prime example of the distinctly unique sound language Dixon has developed over the last three decades – defiant, forward-thinking afrofuturist techno that could only have been made in the Motor City.
An enduring fixture in the techno and electronic music landscape, Dave Sumner continues to step through new terrains, reinforcing his spike and vision. He returns to Tresor Records with a new Function record, entitled Awakening From The Illusory Self.
Yan Cook returns to Planet Rhythm with 4 tracks, technoid rhythms at it’s finest.
“Before This” is the third studio album by London based techno producer Ashley Burchett and the first release for his label Modwerks. The culmination of three years work, this project has been produced almost entirely by Ø Phase from the music to the artwork to the accompanying videos.
Hard and trippy warehouse techno by Linear System for Planet Rhythm.
This is the third release in Modern Cathedrals’ “Sacred Sevens” catalog, a series of EP’s released on marbled 7″ and 10″ vinyl records. The vinyl version of this release features two original tracks by ASC.
Highly effective, acidic, raw stomping Techno package from Juan Sanchez on Fiedeltwo.
11001 Records is a Berlin-based record label focused on techno, ambient, experimental and other forms of abstract visions. Co-founder of Teufelsberg Domecast, a sound installation podcast series with ambient experimental live performances using the dome at the top of Teufelsberg as a natural parabolic reverb. In ‘Dimensional Perception’, each song revolves around an object in outer space.