Tag: Techno Music

‘Parable 2’, an excerpt from the fantastically twisted tale that is Holldën’s “Parable” EP

Holldën, aka Crown of Plenty, is the Portuguese techno DJ and producer behind techno/ambient label Kuiper Noise, a platform for new and established talents and one with a strong creative ethos…

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Interview with techno artist Alexander Church

In 2001 Alexander Church turned his then 7-year love affair with electronic music into his very own offspring in the form of industrial techno and melodic soundscapes of his own…

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Boris Brejcha drops melodic techno roller ‘Gravity’

Marking his first release of the year, German DJ and producer Boris Brejcha returns with high-energy single ‘Gravity’, out today via Ultra Music.  Clocking in at over nine minutes,…

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Techno Artist VII Circle will release his album “From The Depths” on Barcelona’s HEX Recordings in September

Techno dynamite VII Circle to deliver "From the Depths" on Barcelona’s HEX Recordings in September. Appearing in 2016, VII Circle’s post-punk and metal-inspired techno have arrived on labels like Flyance…

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Music producer Shifted introduces new song ‘The Light Touch’

Caustic, dense and centred around complex but exquisitely executed percussive motifs and driven, rising sequences – many would argue an alliance between Shifted’s heady, monochrome recordings and Lucy’s beloved Stroboscopic…

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Techno Musician NHOAH Releases His Anticipated Album ‘West Berlin’

Releasing his highly anticipated album West Berlin on the 13th of April through R.O.T respectortolerate Records, NHOAH the techno-talented musician is breaking new ground with an epic resume of remixes, singles…

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Interview With Music Producer Pauke Schaumburg

Nobby and Kenno grew up in a small country called Schaumburg, near Hanover (Lower Saxony, Germany). Until a few years ago, they were known as Solo-DJs in local clubs and…

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