dustin zahn returns to his own label following last years big releases on rekids, mistress, and parabel. zahn heads straight into the tone zone with three emotive and uncompromising techno cuts. with >juvenoia< zahn has made a clear statement that signals a new era of his musical and artistic direction. support from: dvs1, efdemin, truncate, joel mull, and more
techno in full on precision. honest, deep and punchy with a raw straightforwardness. simo lorenz on andre kronerts odd even. cut by dubplates and mastering. mastering by markus jogun. artwork by markus suckut and cover picture by verena sturmboeck. manufactured by matter of fact.
limited repress! amazing full cover version. involve records continues delivering some of the most exciting techno tunes. this time, label boss regal presents his first collaboration with one of belgiums most aclaimed talents, amelie lens. two original tracks and two remixes from the next generation of techno titans. four cuts that shape an ep that is about to became an instant dancefloor killer.
normandy records releases its 5th ep with a new collaboration called stan claud. produced with drums and synths in the spirit of the early 2000s deep house, watch out for the bass lines! it purrs a lot!
cryovac recordings is a collection of artists with a personal style that bleeds through their work. cryovac artists have a relentless energy and passion for the music called techno. they are warriors with a clear vision and discipline on a course that is their own. the cryovac crew believes in the vinyl record and has always been drawn to its unique quality it gives to sound. this e.p. celebrates the record shop, a crossroads of ideas and inspiration, where connections are made solid in the unity of the underground. rebecca goldberg twists the 303 around a relentless 4/4 groove that evolves tweaks and pops into a sonic neurosis. her yin yang approach applies a smooth steady delivery moving parallel to a raucous funk. the collaborative effort of andy garcia and mike kretsch produced a techno with moody rises and falls, stark kicks, and eerie effects held together with heroic energy. toms and knocks, digital barks and farts, random clicks and ticks all fall into a galloping composition.
erell ranson has got some serious credentials behind him. the french producer has been releasing music for over ten years, landing on a range of underground labels that more recently include barba records, subwax excursions and nightflight. on this release for uk label distant worlds, he matches the vibe of label mates john shima, derek carr et al with a gorgeous set of emotive, yearning techno reflections that call to mind the early uk scene pioneered by b12, baby ford and others. this is thoughtful, heartfelt stuff that works both as distinctive dancefloor material as well as intimate home listening fare.