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Background Techno Experience – Techno • Industrial • Dub Techno • Electronic
Category: Techno
Location: Miami
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April 17, 2014 10:37 PM PDT

Santander 1985. The work of this artist is characterized by broken rhythms and deep sounds, showing industrial influences.
Following British trends in his productions, this Cantabrian man is one of the better known young values in the spanish peninsula and in 2012 he moved to Berlin.

He is currently co-owner of Lycaon Records, that has played live concerts in the most important clubs and festivals in Spain, as Moog, Fabrik, Pagoa or Aquasella Festival, among others and outside Spain at Tresor (Berlin) and Detached (Leeds).
He has published on labels like Tsunami Records, Audio Assault and Subsist among many others.

His restless and innovative nature often leads him to look for sounds far beyond the dance club, bringing him closer to the most electronic and experimental projects. Also he has released in 2011, as his other aka Basqiam, a mini LP on Detroit Underground.


April 11, 2014 01:34 AM PDT

Born in 1976 in 1990 he began a passion for Techno,Dub Techno,Minimal,Electro,Deep
his style was created by various artists such as Pink Floyd,Kraftwerk,Jeff Mills,etc.
Big fan of vinyl the vinyl is part of his nature as a DJ
lived in different cities of Italy and Switzerland,France!
In 2001 it's time to take his style as a producer begins to compose his music with machines groovebox from Roland and Korg.
In 2007 he moved to his native Sardinia,trying to find his own style as novation begin the first productions in digital format
its first production in 2011 is on CD is his first vinyl in limited release.
Journey Universe EP comes out in 2012 with the remix of Hironori Takahashi for the label Mono Records.
In 2012 comes up with Parallel Clouds EP with a remix by Jeroen Search is produced by the label Cannibald of Leo Anibaldi techno pioneer made Italy.
In 2013 comes up with Elliptic EP with a remix by David Hausdorf is produced by the label Etichetta Nera.
In 2014 released on limited vinyl Sorting II Etichetta Nera with remixes of Dez,Quail,Gez Varley aka G-Man (former LFO)
Always in 2014 Roberto Figus deals with two remixes by G-Man.
Comes out in 2014 Clouds II EP digital format with 3 original tracks + remixes by David Hausdorf and Stardice for the label Evasion Room Records.
Roberto Figus collaborates with several labels looking to extend his style ......

01 Roberto Bosco - I Just Cant Breathe - Figure SPC
02 Roberto Bosco - Charming Noise - Figure SPC
03 Mekas - Rote Flora V1 - Cirque Du Minimaliste
04 Heron - Ive (Markus Suckut Remix) Flash Records
05 Lewis Fautzi - Binary - Soma Records
06 Roberto Figus - Sorting II - Etichetta Nera
07 Truncate - Bipolar - 50 Weapons
08 Mono.Xid - Jackbox (Consoless Remix) Heaven To Hell Records
09 Kike Pravda / Oscar Mulero - Duality - Senoid Records
10 Fran Hartnett - Diagnostic (Sleeparchive remix) Plector Records
11 Roberto Figus - Sorting (Jeroen Search Remix) Cannibald Records
12 Roberto Figus - Sorting II (G-Man Remix) Etichetta Nera


April 04, 2014 01:14 AM PDT

Tim Wolff is an Amsterdam-based dj and producer who's made considerable waves in the techno-world the last couple of years with tracks like 'Arpeggi Yo', 'Angular', 'Backstage Fridge'.
'Sad But True' and 'Quotum'. You can check him out this spring at Berghain, Awakenings Festival, Keizersgracht 205, and many more.



March 28, 2014 02:14 AM PDT

Diego Paulino Gonzalez aka Papol starts his way on electronic music at the end of the 90s throwing illegal parties in Madrid suburbs as a member of ‘RDT’, one of the most important collectives in the city.
At these parties, he started to show his love for underground sounds but always being careful of having an intense connection with te crowd. Labels like Basic Channel, Studio1, Mosaic, Perlon, were big influences for him back then.
In 2005, starts a new era for him as a promoter working with his friend Kasper for several clubs in Madrid sharing the same musical philosophy and the same concept for the dancefloor.
At the end of that year starts to develop a musical project to satisfy the need of sharing his musical vision to the people called ‘Esperanza Records’. People like Kiko Barba, Troy Pierce, Dario Zenker, Jorge Savoretti, Ryan Crosson and Franco Cinelli joined the project and collaborated to make a solid label project with a continuous and steady development.
After a little while, 11:00am was born. A project with a similar concept of Esperanza but a little more oriented to after party music.
Mid 2006, he released his first reference with Kasper on Igloo, one of the most prestigious netlabels around. After that he released multiple collaborations for different labels like Ilian Tape, Igloo, Lessizmore.
In 2008, he releases his awaited solo debut on vinyl having the honour to share a split EP with Brothers’ Vibe on his own label Esperanza, which lead to him play around even more and more in the most prestigious places around the globe.
He already played in festivals and clubs like Klubbers(Madrid), South American Conference ( Buenos Aires), Fuse (Bruselas), Goa (Madrid), Watergate (Berlin), Harry Klein (Munich), Gazgolder Galery (Moscu) and more to come.

March 14, 2014 02:42 AM PDT

NX1 is the first project of Nexe Records that was born as an artist and label at the end of 2011.
Composed by Samot and Surit, is the result of many years of experiences in the electronic music scene where techno was the main soundtrack.
Interpreting the deeper and more serious side, merging the classic sound with a clear evolution without losing the essence and strongly marked with their concept.

Podcast Tracklist
- Chevel - Dario's Diet
- Ettap Kyle - Paradigm
- Mike Maass - Final Amount (Plankton Remix)
- Random Audio - Outer Space Division
- Rodhad - Patient Zero (Function Remix)
- Victor Martinez - Anything called dead consumerism (Adriana Lopez Remix)
- Alfredo Caforio - 1 Week (Truncate Remix)
- Synthek & Audiolouis - The Storm (Jeroen Search Remix)
- DRH - EOD 1.1 (Groof Remix)
- Marcel Fengler - Mayria (The Exaltics remix)
- Möd3rn- Moe3
- Oliver Kapp - Treeday (Par Grindviks 2013 Rework)
- Kuba Sojka - Random Dissonance (D-Knox Remix)
- MaxCooper - Impacts Fields
- Unperson - Uuuppp
- Jose Pouj - Stealth (Jonas Kopp Remix)
- Planetary Assault Systems - No Exit
- Unperson - Uuuppp (Perc_Remix)
- Ducerey Ada Nexino - Mouth Of Which (Scalameriya Remix)
- Felix K - Stone Edge (Par Grindvik remix)
- Answer Code Request - The 4th Verdict
- H8R - EOD1.0 (Gkahn Remix)

NX1 01 - 2011
NX1 02 - 2012
SR EP - 2012
NX1 03 - 2012
NX1 04 - 2013
NX1 05 - 2013
End of Dayz 003 - 2013
RL1 - 2014
Grey Report 03 - 2014 • NX1 / Adriana López



March 07, 2014 02:14 AM PST

Philippe is a techno DJ and producer from Brussels, Belgium, now based in Chamonix, France after spending 15 years in London.
He runs two vinyl labels : Knotweed Records & Decision Making Theory.
The following artists have released on his labels: Myk Derill, Gonzalo MD, Opuswerk, Myles Sergé, Terrence Dixon, Session Restore and Lee Holman. His tracks are regularly played in clubs around the world.

Recent releases:
Eartoground 009 (It Came from Out of Space)
Decision Making Theory 004 (Various Artists)
One Off 01 (Various Artists)
Knotweed Records 012 (Stars)

Web Links:
Knotweed Records:
Decision Making Theory:
Philippe Petit:

Podcast Tracklist:
Lee Holman - Psychological Terrorist (One Off 01)
Philippe Petit – Variation (Knotweed 012)
NX1 – GR1 (Grey Report 03)
Gonzalo MD – Modulat (Ressort Imprint 003)
Mary Velo – Anarchist Critique of the Origins (Sonntag Morgen 035)
Aubrey – Depth (One Off 01)
Markus Suckut – Mask (SCKT 003)
Yan Cook – Nylon (Ann Aimee 4x4)
Myk Derill – You Are (RetroMetro 024)
Myles Sergé – Live From Saturn (One Off 01)
Session Restore – Observer (Decision Making Theory 004)
Philippe Petit – Suspension (One Off 01)
Z.I.P.P.O. - Symetrica Therapy (figures spc R)
Philippe Petit – Stars (Knotweed 012)
Philippe Petit – Meteorite (EartoGround 009)

February 28, 2014 02:11 AM PST

Espen Lauritzen (Krill Music, LDNwht, Traut Muzik)
Born in Norway and raised in South America, Espen is one of driving forces behind Krill Music.
Being always strongly influenced by music, in mid-2000 he became a regular DJ at Cocoliche Buenos Aires. There is where he met his first heavyweight artists from the Techno international and Argentinian scene.
Currently he is based in Norway, after living most of his life in Buenos Aires, where he runs Krill Music and works on his own music productions, this year he released his first 12'' in the London based label LDNwht together with Charlton and Bleaching Agent.

Gynoid Audio
+plattform - Caress (Espen Lauritzen Rework) - 2013
Espen Lauritzen - F/T/S - LDNwht 001 - 2013

Upcoming Releases 2014
Espen Lauritzen - Coarcion - Traut Muzik 015 - Music From The Basement Part III
Espen Lauritzen - 1724 - Orioni Records

Krill Music:

Krill Music was born in the heart on Buenos Aires and it certainly shows: its releases, even if they may come from artists from around the globe, reflect the default sounds and true spirit of the city. They take you on a quest through and for more dark, raw, deep techno whose enveloping sound mentally teleports you to a gloomy underground basement located in some corner of the enigmatic and hectic metropolis.
Mysterious as the city itself, Krill always succeeds in selecting releases who leave an imprint in the minds of those greedy for cracked beats, acid flow, high bpm’s, deep drums; proving that techno is more alive than ever.


Untiled - Blue Hour
Untitled - J.C.
Reef II - Blue Hour
Recto (Tadeo Remix) - Alpha Code & Future 16
RL1 (Jonas Kopp Interplanetary Remix) - NX1
Repeat Myself (Rodhad Remix) - Radio Slave
Prapators - Philippe Petit
RL1 (Tadeo Remix) - NX1
Future Modular - Planetary Assault Systems
Front - Blue Hour
3x3 - VSK
Revolt (I/Y remix) - Hector Oaks
Ellie (Mattias Fridell Remix) - Alexander D'niel
RL1 (Original track) - NX1
Outer Space Division - Random Audio
One Target (Remix) - Mike Storm
Western Ways (Oscar Mulero Remix Digital 1) - Developer
If they don't realise - Charlton
Scared (Unreleased) - Hard Division
Mask - Markus Suckut
Sour (Unreleased) - +plattform
Sothis (Unreleased) - Luis Ruiz
Cornelia (Sleeparchive Remix) - Conrad Van Orton
ACT 86 (Original Mix) - Lucindo
FTS - Espen Lauritzen
Vimanas - Luis Ruiz
Enki (Unreleased) - Farceb
Kij - Yuuki Sakai
The Four Kind - Mental Resonace
Mö5 - Möd3rn
Random Dissonance - Kuba Sojka

February 21, 2014 03:18 AM PST

Chemie divides his life between passion for techno music and his chemist career.
His music is mainly focused on original sound of detroit, mixed with influences coming from European 90's techno and is inspired by artists such as Regis, Dettmann, Surgeon and all Berghain crew, bringing him to release in techno labels such as Dynamic Reflection, Labrynth, Affin.

Sub-Atomic Collisions (V/A Step Away From The Never Ending Path) [Dynamic Reflection, DGR 005]
Entropy [Affin 068]
Nanostructures (Labrynth, LABD052))
Out soon in April, " Tomohiko Sagae - Postgamum Depression • Chemie Remix LS" on BTE Records

1- Perc - Speek [Perc Trax]
2- Truncate - Breakdown [50 Weapons]
3- Savas Pascalidis - Intervoice [Non Series]
4- NX1 - RL1 (Tadeo Remix) [Rising Label]
5- Richie Hawtin, Circuit Breaker - Teacher [Probe Records]
6- Envoy - Dark Manoeuvres (Slam Remix) [Soma Records]
7- Outline - First Contact (Remastered) [Blueprint Records]
8- Jeroen Search - Lost Contact [Decoy Records]
9- Surgeon - 9 Hours Into The Future [Tresor]
10- Damon Wild - Rotary [Synewave]
11- Vereker - Rosite [L.I.E.S. Records]
12- Andrew Richley, Ryan Rivera - Trackman (DJ Rush Remix) [Fine Audio Recordings]
13- Surgeon - Patience (Part 2) [Dynamic Tension]
14- Marcos Cabral - Broken Clocks [L.I.E.S. Records]
15- Unperson - #2 (Stanislav Tolkachev remix) [Raw Waxes]
16- Perc - Dumpster [Perc Trax]
17- Aphex Twin - Isoprophlex (AKA Isopropanol) [R&S Records]
18- Violet Poison - B3 [Repitch]
19- D. Carbone - Eclectic Illusion [Planet Rhythm]
20- Ron Morelli - Crack Microbes [Hospital Productions]
21- Dreamweapon - When Blood Runs Thin [Opal tapes]
22- Lucindo - Act 63 [3TH]

February 15, 2014 06:09 AM PST

Francesco Visconti aka VSK was born in Rome, Italy, in the mid 80s. He was too young to really experience the underground Techno scene of the ’90s, but he became interested in electronic music later.
In 2003 he attended the course in djing at the historical Roman record store ‘Remix’.
His teacher with regard to the technical practice was Freddy K, but he also introduced Francesco to the world of Techno music in general, giving it the input for his future musical journey.
In 2007 he attended a private course where he met Gabriele (Ken Karter), who he works alongside with for almost two years as part of mastering and production in general, at the studio Mastering Unlimited.
After a year ofsharing the console with his current partner Conrad Van Orton at the Fluid parties, he became a resident DJ on the Saturdays of Goa Club in Rome, where a good feeling with the public grew. After this he started working at a recording studio as a professional audio engineer, also dealing with products for film and T V.
In 2010, together with Conrad Van Orton, he started an old project that they already invented two years earlier: the Consumer Recreation Services Recordings.

Ness - Aerphis Consumer Recreation Service
Function - Gradient I Ost-Gut Ton
Conrad Van Orton - Feng shui 6 Consumer Recreation Service
Imps - Uncle limps (Minilogue remix) Mule Electronic
Kalon - Haiku Sandwell district
Dadub - Path Stroboscopic Artefacs
Exium & Elyas - Nebulae Modularz
PVS - Sunday rhythm (VSK remix) Homework
Vilix - Rashar Labrynth
Adam Kelly - Dark Alleys Newrhythmic
Shaken Opus -Raga 9 (N.d_Remix) Natch
Conceiled Project - Second Coming Code Red
Peter Van Hoesen - Subjects from the past TRESOR
Gianluca Angelini - NP ANG


February 08, 2014 12:41 AM PST

In the early 90s techno hit Japan. Surprised and intrigued, Takaaki Itoh was impressed with this sound. This unique style of beats revealed the gateway to a world of underground music in Japan - something he had never heard before. Surprise slowly gave way to addiction when Takaaki Itoh heard the sound of such artists like UR, Derrick May, Axis, Hardfloor, Sven Väth, Harthouse, Warp and Rising High. This was his sound, and finding he just couldn’t get enough of it, in 1994 Takaaki Itoh began to organise his own techno parties in Norioka Iwate having success by providing a fantastic line up.
In 1996, having decided that it was time to start making his own tracks, he went out and purchased the vital instruments and began producing. After sending out 3 finished tracks to various labels, Electracom UK made the first contact with Takaaki Itoh, and followed to release his first track. This moment was something he will never forget as for the first time in his life he was able to finally release his own record. Several releases with this label followed and this tracks were the beginning to appear in the magazine dj charts from famous djs all over the world.
In 2000, Takaaki Itoh made his first debut, playing at Boomerang in Slovakia. People recognized that he had his own style. His japanese style of techno was purely unique, underground and nothing that had been heard before in Europe. His reputation and popularity began to spread all over Europe. He was becoming recognized as the most underground and expected japanese techno dj. As of 2001 he was getting offers from all over Europe playing in Spain, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Croatia and Hungary. Promoters wanting him, party people loving him. Takaaki Itoh has now taken the next step and started his own label Wols. Passion has led to success and now he is recognized as top to the next generation of techno music.


Metrist - Third Law Eomac Remix
Headless Horseman - Legend
Marcel Fengler - Mayria The Exaltics Remix
Exium - Grainer
James Ruskin - Into A Circle
SNTS - HG016.2
Conrad Van Orton - Crescia
Bas Mooy - Recoil
Oscar Mulero - Body Of Interest
Truncate - 31 Jonas Kopp Remix
Reeko - Startling Idea
Norm Talley - Deep Consciousness Ness Unconscious Rework
Mod3rn - MO3
DJ Nobu - Sway
AJTM - No Time Svreca Remix
Ugandan Methods - Beneath The Black Arch
Rodhad - Buzludzha
Milena Kriegs - Obscure
Refracted - Enery Flow
Oscar Mulero - Breakdown
Pearl - Order Decay 1
Lucy - The Illusion Of Choice Donato Dozzy Remix
Orphx - Vanishin Point
Mark Broom - She Don't Like The Colar Mike Parker Remix
Chrisitan Wunsch - Black Lab
Peter Van Hoesen - Challenger
Kike Pravda - Duality
Dars - All Is Tainted
Architectural - 5

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