Archive for the Techno Category
Instrmntl is a continuation of the beat experiments Dabrye began with One/Three and a bridge to the diverse textures that would define Two/Three four years later. About half of its nine tracks (ten if you lived in Japan) were created at the same time as One/Three while the rest were […]
As one-third of Yellow Magic Orchestra and an Academy Award-winning composer for his work on the soundtrack for The Last Emperor, synth pop innovator Ryuichi Sakamoto is among the most groundbreaking artists to have emerged since the late 70s. A musician’s musician, Ryuichi Sakamoto has created intriguing musical unions with […]
A generation younger than the founders of the Teklife crew, DJ Rashad and DJ Spinn, DJ Taye was originally a rapper and beat maker before hooking up with the collective and jumping into the world of footwork production and DJing. However, it was Rashad’s untimely passing in 2014 that was […]
Following acclaimed records on L.I.E.S. and Silent Season, residencies at Issue Project Room and Bell Labs plus a busy global touring schedule as both a DJ and live performer, The Bunker New York present Lori Napoleon’s, aka Antenes, Ante Meridiem EP under her Antemeridian production moniker. The Antemeridian project is […]
Despite his young age, Weisemann has been DJing since 1997. His musical infuences ranges from Classic, Soundtracks, Soul and Jazz, Deep House and Dub to his beloved Detroit Techno and US House. As a producer, his music draws deeply on the legacy of Chicago and Detroit, yet somehow manages to […]
Deep dreamy and melancholic techno tracks by Tserg. 25-year-old producer from. Singapore. Written over a period of 4 months. Forgotten Times is about the dreams we once had and forgot. the present moments that we forget to cherish and the ideals we used to believe and fight for but no […]
Berlin-based DJ and producer Luca Cara (a.k.a. Spacetravel) is the latest artist to be recruited by DJ Masda and So Inagawa’s Cabaret Recordings. Four-tracker Axiom will arrive after recent material from Binh and Masda (as Onigiri), TC80 and Ekbox (the collaborative effort of Evan Baggs and Katsuya Sano). The EP […]
For us (Rubadub that is). Hank Jackson has been behind some of the most inventive techno to have left NYC in recent years. releasing music on his compadre Anthony Naples label. Proibito and Mister Saturday Night. If you re after a twisted NYC take on classic Chain Reaction and Monolake. […]
Arts Gallery was born from the collaboration of two very talented minds. Asmar & Gëinst 2×12” package is unique. each of the two artist present themself in their own space. this space is also shared in another bigger territory. Arts Gallery. Alchemy is a kind of philosophy: a kind of […]
You have to be step-on-glass cautious in throwing the word “progressive” around in dance circles, but Extrawelt have a tendency to craft within the brainier elements of the term while slimming its bloat. With a background in trance as Midi Miliz and also Spirallianz, Extrawelt’s Arne Schauffhausen and Wayan Raabe […]
Fluxion & Deepchord present: Transformations. will appear on Fluxion s Vibrant Music label. Accumulate is the first ep in a series of releases from the projects duo. Electronic techno music that shift shapes and maneuvers in uncharted sonic territories. by two known figures in the electronic music scene.
Ltd Repress! S.A.M.’s Debut album on his own Delaphine consisting of 3×12” heavy weight vinyl in the finest gatefold artwork designed by Max Binski. Mutantexture and S.A.M. himself. Scandinavian sound resonating with love.
Beverly Glenn-Copeland is already known amongst collectors and music heads for two sought-after albums of folky jazz in the key of Joni. But it was this album, originally self-released on cassette in 1986 that really caught our attention. The album, entirely recorded on DX-7 and TR-707, lies somewhere between digital […]
Groove Dis Exclusive. The 3rd of three albums representing a snapshot of the Icelandic producer’s archive, as selected by TRIP label head NINA KRAVIZ. This 12-track album consists of more cinematic electronics and restrained instrumentation, with the occasional foray into more upbeat techno tracks. (TRIP)
The turning point in Patrick Gräser’s career came in 2011. At the end of summer that year, a mysterious 12-inch called Subway Into popped up on the Hard Wax homepage. On it was a dark blend of breakbeat and techno, epitomised in the release’s most far-reaching cut, “Escape Myself.” Before […]
The first ever vinyl reissue of Christoph De Babalon’s If You’re Into It, I’m Out of It, originally released in 1997. Christoph De Babalon was a key member of Germany’s mutant splinter cells who fused UK rave music with more experimental, Teutonic techno, ambient, and hardedge politics to brutal effect […]
New long player from Manchester s Claro Intelecto. Entitled Exhilarator . the 13 track album marks a return to action for the esteemed producer. A cinematic album of icy techno. weighty bass and poignant melody. From plaintive keys and slow motion drums awash with melody to corrugated industrial drums that […]
A new album from Swedish techno and ambient artist Acronym is due out through Field Records in late October. Malm, Acronym’s fourth LP and first for Field, is a ten-track release that he began working on in 2015
Gritty Acidic/tribalistic Definitions Of Black Metal Music On This New Side Project Of Abdulla Rashims Arr Records. Isolated In The Coldest Parts Of Northern Sweden. Vargs Music Is The Outcome Of A Loners Mind. Trying To Interpret Ancient Life By Machine Experiments Live Recorded In Single Takes. No Overdubs Or […]
Nina Kraviz releases for the first time a full solo EP on her own label т….р….и….п….. Pochuvstvui and You Are Wrong briefly appeared before on her stand-out fabric 91 mix in December 2016. You Are Wrong is a new version written for the EP release.