Next up on COS_MOS is a label debut from Tom Dicicco. The four cuts he offers here kick off with the hammering synth stabs and coarse claps of ‘Varykino’, a brutal twisted dance floor mover. ‘Laser Life’ then cuts loose, with squeaking machines and alien life-forms jumping about in a broken beat framework that brings off balance grooves to the party. Acidic bouncing bass lines jumping over the b-side on ’99 Rising’, where ‘Quiet Theory’ flips the script again, this time with percolating and trippy synth loops rising and falling with skeletal beats stuttering below. A well balanced party pack for every hour of the night.
This benefit compilation for Andreas Gehm is being split into 5 parts. You can buy each part for 7 Euro or the full combo package (with all 5 parts – 129 tracks in total) just for 14 Euro (10.64 GBP, $15.56 USD, $20.27 CDN, $21.66 AUD); you can pay more if you want;
All donations go directly to Andreas Gehm to assist with financial stresses due to ongoing health issues (the “Buy” button sends your contribution to Andreas’ PayPal account).
Comp For Andreas Gehm features unreleased and exclusive material.
No Nonsense jagged-edged deepness. Young gun Tom Dicicco kills it with these two slices of strobe light euphoria for those dance floor moments when you forget where you are.
After two years since the first vinyl release in 2010, Other Heights is proud to announce the tenth vinyl release, released as 3 seperate EP´s. The second EP is a combination of elements of techno and house. Tom Dicicco, Markus Suckut, Brooks Mosher and Metrobox have been wandering around in the musical mind of Other Heights for quite a while. Now the time has come to combine their work in one overwhelming deep & jacking techno EP.
ETG004 the ‘Klona Ep’ introduces new Argentinean talent Alexander D’niel to EarToGround Records with his first EP. The original tracks ‘Klona’ and ‘Tetroid’ both come with different vibes. One dark and atmospheric using classic
Techno elements the other more chord based with a brighter tone. Stepping up for remix duty we call upon Californian
based Techno producer ‘Truncate’ and rising UK talent ‘Tom Dicicco’. These outstanding remix and original tracks are
getting serious attention and questionably could be called some of their best work to date.
Traut Muzik presents the new reference by Tom Dicicco from Manchester, one of the most fresh upcoming techno artist of the moment , this EP includes a monster techno dancefloor remix by the loved guy from UK Shifted.
Kowton and Tom Dicicco present a split EP on Project Squared. Tom Dicicco’s original is driven by a low-mid range thick stab and pounding kick drum, littered with intricate but not overbearing hi hat and snare work and some very atmospheric mid range. Kowton’s is subtle and sparse, low fidelity and plodding, with rattling percusion carrying the tune along. On the other side of the record, Kowton’s remix of Tom’s original is driven by an enormous bassline, with an off kilter dubby feel to the slow tempo and genre defying tune. Tom’s remix of Kowton rounds off the EP with a return to stab driven Techno, pulsating, dynamic and trance inducing.