Dustin Zahn debuts on Blueprint Records with a fabulous 4-track EP, ‘Hand Over Control’.

For another remarkable release in James Ruskin’s label Blueprint Records, and to continue to celebrate 25 years of the label at the forefront of Techno, comes Dustin Zahn, with his debut EP titled ‘Hand Over Control‘, that is coming out in September. This phantastic 4-track bundle is “dark enough for the boys, but groovy enough for the girls” says Zahn.

Pre order (Vinyl): Soon at Bandcamp

Since 1998, Dustin Zahn’s work has put his career on a steady ascent. Along the way, he has gained years of experience and unrivalled musical diversity as both a producer and performer, earning him respect among techno and house legends, purists, and contemporary DJs. He performs regularly around the world and his DJ sets are much like his releases.

“I like it dark enough for the boys, but groovy enough for the girls” says Zahn.

With a preference for marathon sets and his laid-back approach to life and music, he seamlessly traverses through various genres to create a unique, hypnotic vibe. As a producer, his releases on labels such as Drumcode, Rekids, and CLR have brought him international success. And his remixes for the likes of Adam Beyer, Chris Liebing, Green Velvet, Dubfire, Nic Fancuilli, Mark Broom, Joel Mull and more have helped catapult him into the collections of DJs everywhere.

Despite his busy release schedule, he still finds time to own and operate Enemy Records, founded in 2004, which focuses on the same late-night hypnotic techno that you’ll often find in his DJ sets. Much like his ‘Hand Over Control’ EP for Blueprint which features four new tracks of deep dance floor techno, available from 3rd September.

Artists: Dustin Zahn
Title: Hand Over Control
Label: Blueprint
Cat. No: BP061
Format: Digital / Vinyl
Release date: (digital) 3 September / (vinyl) date TBC


A1. Hand Over Control
A2. Rising Tides
B1. Studio 5/4
B2. Wet Hot Heat

Cover picture: Dustin Zahn by Marie Staggat

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