“Culto Beat” (Original Mix) is the result of the collaboration between Argentine electronic artists Patokai and Playmono.
“Culto beat” is the perfect track for an evening kickass and is out …
Following last year’s two single releases “Amazon” and “Sahara”, KALI returns with the bolder, more substantial “You’ll Never Know” EP to bring an even more uncompromising yet subtle version of …
Alongside the relaunch of Tortured, with the first EP released in January 2013, Billy Nasty also announces the return of Tortured’s sister label, Electrix.
Electrix was more experimental in nature and released a mixture of dancefloor-friendly electro and deeper techno, inspired by the sounds of Miami, Detroit and those deep and dubby releases by the hugely influential Basic Channel. It was famous for getting techno producers like Cari Lekebusch, Umek, Phil Kieran and Chris McCormack on the electro tip but also for releasing quality tracks from the likes of Dynarec, Mr Velcro Fastener, Transparent Sound, Max Durante and Keith Tucker who were already known for that sound. The label now picks up where it left off, blurring the lines between techno, electro and electronica without being self-indulgent and losing its grip on the dancefloor.
Techno maverick, Vitalic, will release his eagerly anticipated album, ‘Rave Age’ on October 22nd through Different Recordings. Renowned for his blistering, sought after productions, Vitalic will up the ante with an incendiary, brand new live show coming to a venue near you later this year.
Mixed by legendary production wizard, Stephane Alf Briat, known for his work with Air and Phoenix, ‘Rave Age’ is a ballsy, firecracker of an album that showcases not just a passion for big room, electro smashers and electronica, but a broad set of influences that stretch from punk and film soundtracks to disco and indie dance.
James Ruskin and Mark Broom return to Blueprint Records as The Fear Ratio this month with ‘Skana EP’, released on 20th July.
Following various collaborative 12”s, these two techno friends introduced us to the …