Hi guys. Easter is done and I'm back behind the screen. Actually just sitting outsite my apartment drinking beers and listening to new music. Great!
Anyways, good old Dutch rock'n'roller San Proper is back at Perlon. Funky as hell I'd say. Either you digg it or you don't!
Format: Vinyl, 12"
Style: House, Abstract
Tuesday, April 26, 2011
Posted by Peter at 8:59 PM
Sunday, April 17, 2011
Wednesday, April 13, 2011
Click below if you're up for the most useless remixes so far in 2011. Really dunno what happened here. I guess the ketamine in Berlin is getting worse and worse.
However, I know Ricardo isn't best friends with the remixes. BUT wasn't he able to give the smallest amount of effort?
Check them out on SoundCloud.
Btw, this one is much more like it!
Posted by Peter at 3:52 PM
Saturday, April 9, 2011
Arne Weinberg is a cool dude!
Posted by Peter at 3:29 PM
Psycatron - People In Glass Houses EP
Format: 3 × File, MP3, EP, 320 kbps
Released: 28 Mar 2011
Style: Techno, Dub Techno
IMO another crazy release from Berlin! Take a listen on SoundCloud right heeere!
Posted by Peter at 4:49 AM
New Swedish label Technogenic is out with their first release "The Dendrites" by Liminals. The title track is a ten minute melancholic, detroit'ish tech-house trip that begins in the deepest frequencies and slowly raises its arms towards a bright sky. Solid first release! Check out free stream on SoundCloud below.
Format: Vinyl, 12"
Style: Techno, Tech House
Liminals – The Dendrite
Liminals – The Dendrites (Donk Boys Remix)
Liminals – Capillary Blues
Posted by Peter at 4:21 AM
Friday, April 8, 2011
One of my favourite dubby labels, Echocord, is back with yet another compilation This time with tracks Fluxion, Quantec, Deadbeat, Onmutu Mechanicks, Brendon Moeller, Luke Hess, Resoe, Stephen Hitchell, Fenin and Mikkel Metal. The label has indeed been an inspiration for me since its first release 9 years ago. If you're a dubtechno rookie then sub-label Echocord Colour is worth checking out!
01. Fluxion – Tides
02. Quantec – My Safe Harbour
03. Deadbeat – House Of Vampire
04. Onmutu Mechanicks – Calyx
05. Brendon Moeller – Farmhouse
06. Luke Hess – Kratos
07. Resoe - Tanzfieber
08. Stephen Hitchell – For Convextion
09. Fenin – Salty-Dub
10. Mikkel Metal - Wahomi
The 3X12 inch is out on April 11.
Posted by Peter at 2:03 PM
Wednesday, April 6, 2011
One of Toronto's most beloved underground producers and live acts, Arthur Oskan's deep and lush yet essential techno sound is a direct evolution of his love for Detroit and many cold winters spent locked in his studio. Performing live with analog gear for over a decade, his exhilarating sets are a revelatory fusion of sizzling machine grooves and evocative synthetic melodies.
Totaling ten tracks, his debut full-length is a distinctive distillation of his uniquely refined take on soulful analog techno. Emerging with the dark, nebulous tones of 'Sentimental' and 'Blood From A Stone' – which features Jesse Somfay on bass guitar – the album builds slowly into the hypnotic analog throb and iconic chords of lead single 'Fat Mobile'. 'Play Keep Away' renders a heads-down late night workout, while the propulsive synths of 'Tracksuit' pull forward with nimble yet forceful melodic interplay. 'Use No Good' captures the pulse of an early morning dance floor transfixed, with abstract chimes gently shimmering atop; 'Morning Calling' invokes the intensity of an all-out warehouse techno jam, wobbly analog bass twisting and churning through vastness in unison with paranoid percolations. The final three tracks see Arthur's melodic tendencies risen to the fore, with the anthemic euphoria of 'Pensive's subtly shifting synth lines delivering on a dreamlike promise of forgotten memories redeemed. 'Two Seasons' merges 808 percussion and synth bass stabs with classic strings, while 'Moodswings' highlights the full breadth of Oskan's talents, combining irresistibly bouncing low end, gliding pads and well-honed synth stabs for an elegant closing statement. 'A Little More Than Everything', Oskan's debut album overflows with the results of unwavering dedication to his craft.
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02. Blood From A Stone (feat. Jesse Somfay)
03. Fat Mobile
04. Play Keep Away
06. Use No Good
07. Morning Calling
09. Two Seasons
The album is out on May 24 on American label Thoughtless Music.
Posted by Peter at 5:55 PM
Monday, April 4, 2011
Hello y'all. New week, new music:)
Finland's techno producer Aki Latvamäki is out with his debut album "Rauta". It's a 6 track 47 minute psychological journey to conquering one's inner obstacles. No less. Industrial yet highly organic I would say.
After frustrating himself with the difficulties in releases the album like he wanted it to be, he decided to put it out for free as a digital release. You pay whatever you want!
Posted by Peter at 8:54 PM
Sunday, April 3, 2011
Posted by Peter at 10:40 PM
Newcomer SuperDre is releasing her debut EP, "Get 'Em Up". A structure of hiphop and soulful techhouse which actually works well together. Check it out for yaself!
1. Get Em’ Up feat. Flying Without Wingz (SINGLE)
2. Down Below
3. Ghetto Circus
4. Hello Detroit
5. Good Ol’ Love feat. Willie Hutch
Check out one of the tracks below:
SuperDre - Ghetto Circus (Original Mix) by SuperDre
Posted by Peter at 10:34 AM