Category Archive for: Techno

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Stream Disclosure’s new track ‘Apollo’

The Disclosure boys have done it again, unveiling a new cut that might just be their most impressive yet. After their debut album Settle garnered chart-topping awards and recognition, but received some criticism within inner circles for being too pop-tinged, the brothers release “Apollo” almost as if to say “We still know how to keep…

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[MOTD] Mixmag: In Session with Maelstrom

It’s a tough life for France at the moment: The Brits have been taking the world over with garage revival and “deep house” with the likes of Disclosure, Duke Dumont, and Maya Jane Coles pushing the underground far aboveground. Germany has pretty much the entire gamut of warehouse basement music from CLR, Ostgut Ton, and…

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Salva, Sinden, and Nadastrom form NSS project to coincide with tour

Collaborations are amongst the coolest in dance music. NSS is the new project between Salva, Sinden, and Nadastrom and they’ve apparently been cooking up so me bangers for their upcoming tour together. Here’s what salva had to say about it, “Nadastrom, Sinden and me been busy making weird twisted bangers in my studio — to…

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MOTD: Bostun Bun for Boiler Room

Screw being afraid to show your obsessions – currently Boston Bun is near the top of the list. His last two EPs on Ed Banger label have been full of fantastic French fuckery and this Boiler Room mix hits the spot. Like we’ve mentioned before, don’t turn a blind eye to this guy. It’s only…

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Boston Bun releases sophomore EP on Ed Banger Records

Newest member to the Ed Banger crew, Boston Bun follows up his debut EP on the label with a great sophomore offering. The EP features 3 edgy original tracks, with creative and vulgar vocals. Boston Bun provides Ed Banger with a fresh nu-techno sound, adding to their already iconic roster. No doubt that label head…

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Kyle Hall remixes Mount Kimbie and Nosaj Thing in latest offerings

Detroit, the homeland of techno and breeding ground for sounds of the future. If we’re going to talk about someone currently owning the scene and breathing a some fresh air into it, we’ve got to talk about Kyle Hall. Owner of underground label Wild Oats, Kyle has been in the scene since Jimmy Edgar was…

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MOTD: Tim Green – Transitions Mix 473

Today’s Mix of the Day comes courtesy of Tim Green, the UK producer/DJ currently making waves with his newly launched label Disc Over music. The choice DJ certainly knows his house music cuts, and as a producer he’s widely regarded as one of the best around. This mix for Transitions rests on the deeper, techier…

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Samo Sound Boy previews new Body High EP with “Your Love”

Body High label head Samo Sound Boy is prepping his next EP on the label, uploading “Your Love” for the public to hear. The track is a bit haunting, showcasing acid house synths with pitched down vocal that all play around a seductive synth melody. With Body High not only gaining momentum all around California,…

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Tim Green set to launch new label “Disc Over”, debut release featuring two original tracks

Tim Green, producer/DJ most famous for his releases on Get Physical and Cocoon Records, along with his classic “Revox” single on Dirtybird is starting a brand new label concept called Disc Over. The label will see its debut release on September with two tracks from Tim Green himself entitled Just People / Monomania. Here are…

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Letherette – “Restless” feat. Natasha Kmeto (Jimmy Edgar Remix)

Over the years Jimmy Edgar has built a reputation fit of an occult leader, keeping underground enough to satisfy his die hard fans but being accessible enough with his music to still keep up the steam. He’s 3 albums deep in his music career, Magenta on Hotflush last year being the latest, and now he’s…

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