Recommend me some techno
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(4th September 2015, 11:27)cube Wrote:
(2nd August 2015, 12:44)firefinga Wrote:
(2nd August 2015, 11:56)cube Wrote: kamikaze space programme
(formerly known as raiden) Smile

Chin

Yes

https://soundcloud.com/kamikaze-space-programme/cel

That's indeed an enjoyable piece. As a DnB producer, Raiden was steering too much into Neurofunk territory, but this is a nice track without a doubt.
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#27

I recommend this: https://soundcloud.com/subversion-2/fl-trans-az

If you'd like a download let me know.
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#28

RIP Colin Faver:

beats are there to be broken http://musicindevon.org/
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#29

more like up-tempo electro really...


Dance
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#30

Helena Hauff "Discreet Desires" Album (female producer from Hamburg/Germany)

http://www.discogs.com/Helena-Hauff-Disc...ter/881061

youtube playlist of the album:

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL...W8K95LB7NO
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#31

It's a shame that Tresor isn't on Bandcamp. A label of such magnitude should have an account there in my opinion.
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#32

Eomac Bedouin Trax
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=-5Cv0glux2M

vc-118a B76 Over Land
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=zKM_iNxilyY

Asok A Mind Forever Voyaging
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=y-bqGQ2OXA4

Mark Ernestus Ndagga Rhythm Force
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ZGZtySsIbR4
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#33

(9th July 2015, 23:06)Slothrop Wrote: I've also been feeling this mix from Lord of the Isles a lot lately:
http://www.factmag.com/2014/05/05/fact-m...the-isles/

I feel like I should point out that this is still up, it's still great, and I'm still listening to it three years on. It's all big whooshy heart-on-sleeve melodies bolted onto tight, jacking 4x4 beats and bass with proper dancefloor dynamics and it's joyous.
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(18th November 2017, 22:52)Slothrop Wrote:
(9th July 2015, 23:06)Slothrop Wrote: I've also been feeling this mix from Lord of the Isles a lot lately:
http://www.factmag.com/2014/05/05/fact-m...the-isles/

I feel like I should point out that this is still up, it's still great, and I'm still listening to it three years on. It's all big whooshy heart-on-sleeve melodies bolted onto tight, jacking 4x4 beats and bass with proper dancefloor dynamics and it's joyous.

Thanks for the tip! The mix is definitely groovy, and it has potential when it comes to listening to it more than once. It doesn't sound spectacular at first, but there are things going on in the tracks when it comes to melodies and harmonies.

I think the favourite part is after 40 minutes. I am thinking about the 303 swing there.
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#36

Hellenica - Land Of No Return LP

A type of Orbital mould defrosted and placed in warm water next to the sounds of OPN.
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#37

Marsheaux is bangin'

subvertcentral.com/forum/thread-62378-post-889737.html
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#38

Spectraz new recos look super sweet Cartman
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#40

(6th September 2015, 07:18)Statto Wrote: more like up-tempo electro really...


Dance

Lovesmilie
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#42

Nereid - Volume One

WARPED 001

Nereid
1. Umea 09:47
2. Operator 06:46
3. Neptune 06:59
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#43

Check out Lobster Theremin Records.
Amazing.
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#44

(15th December 2017, 16:09)Muttley Wrote: Check out Lobster Theremin Records.
Amazing.

I had seen the label page before, but I haven't had the time to go through the discography yet. The first release sounded cool though.
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#45

After a long hiatus, a new album by Dave Clarke Xyxthumbs

https://www.discogs.com/Dave-Clarke-The-...er/1258261
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#46

Grey Area
https://greyarealabel.bandcamp.com/music

OVUNQVE
https://sovlabels.bandcamp.com/music
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