In a career that spans two decades, Terence Fixmer reached worldwide recognition with the release of his debut album Muscle Machine on DJ Hell’s seminal International Deejay Gigolos imprint in 1999. The album opened a whole new genre by combining Electro, Industrial, EBM and Techno into a more dancefloor-focused EBM style, simply called ‘Techno Body Music’. Tracks like “Electrostatic”, “Body Pressure” or “Electric Vision” today remain modern classics. Ever since the release of this groundbreaking debut LP, the French producer and live act has consistently explored and redefined the boundaries of modern Techno – and he is not slowing down. 

In 2003 Fixmer teamed up with Nitzer Ebb’s lead singer Douglas McCarthy to form Fixmer/McCarthy – their partnership pushed the genre of Techno EBM to the maximum, resulting in two full-length albums, Between The Devil (2004) and Into The Night (2008). The duo has performed their energetic live sets at numerous renowned clubs and festivals all across the globe, functioning as a bridge between the Techno scene on the one hand, and the alternative EBM/Gothic scene on the other. Fixmer / McCarthy earned respect in the global scene for their unique way of creating truly pioneering sound fusions by elegantly blending the aggression of Techno Body Music and the sensuality of Electronica. 

In the years to come, Fixmer experimented with increasingly deep and dubby atmospheres and finally re-invented himself with his fourth solo album on Speedy J ́s label Electric Deluxe in 2010. Comedy Of Menace is a true Techno album: dark, hypnotic and energetic. Further releases on Electric Deluxe, Prologue, CLR, Deeply Rooted and his own label Planete Rouge have followed since, as well as a remix 12\” on Ostgut Ton in 2015. His expansive discography under his real name as well as with his various alter egos Eisbar̈, Cyborg, Gemini 9 and Scanner has proven Fixmer’s continued relevance and restless drive to create simultaneously experimental, mind-bending, ruthless and unrelenting sounds, way beyond the musical mainstream. 

Terence Fixmer\’s music maintains musical depth and integrity, even in a club- or festival-context, and it appeals as much to dancing feet as it does to the searching soul. Most recently Fixmer joined Berghain as a resident as well as regularly releasing with Ostgut Ton: first with the EPs Beneath The Skin (2016) and Force (2017), now with his sixth full solo album. Through The Cortex, released in October 2018, is techno with a voice, guiding listeners through hypnotic, space- and social- themed terrain as a kind of dark soundtrack to darker days. 

Terence Fixmer\’s sound deftly avoids repetition by developing soundscapes which maintain musical depth and integrity. He above all preserves an original style, an increasingly experimental, simultaneously ruthless and instantly recognizable aesthetic.
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Scottish techno duo Clouds will release an album titled \”Heavy The Eclipse\” on Electric Deluxe in November. If you´re interested listen to the first single of that album, named Parkzicht, just scroll down. Going into more detail about the album, It comes out November 2nd via Speedy J\’s label, who also released Clouds\’ album last year, HTID: Heaven-Sent Tekno Impakting Dancefloors, Or Hardcore Till I Die. Expect \”ravaged and warped breakbeats,\” \”wailing euphoric noise,\” and \”post-industrial hardcore,\” the label says.


Heavy The Eclipse was written and recorded at the Speedy J´s studio in Rotterdam for 14 days at the end of November 2016. Finally, the album will go on sale in November and will be accompanied by Neurealm, a world conceived and carefully developed in close collaboration with the graphic designer David Rudnick for the next year and a half from which you can find more information on the official website. There you will find the history of this album, that  locates us 400 years in the future, in the city of Glasgow that after different revolts fell into ruin and in the hands of a conglomerate of German-speakers. No more words, follow the full history here.
 

Order: www.deejay.de, electricdeluxe.bandcamp.com




EDLX​.​056 Heavy The Eclipseby Clouds
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Track List.

01. Neurealm \”After The Fall\”
02. Clubber\’s Guide To Wreaking Havoc
03. Klaw Dealer, Unterverein 2522
04. DJ MCD \”Heavens Tilt Into Darkness\”
05. Dark Leviathan Krew
06. Warped Amphetamine Flex
07. Skulcoast
08. Welcome To Lebanon Ark
09. Eclipser
10. Strong Outside \”Onslaught Ash Krew\”
11. Parkzicht
12. Nachtstorm Hardcore
13. Dedzone \”Cold Eye Krew\”
14. Skyline \”Àrdkaserne To Fantazia\”

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Clouds Biography: Since releasing on Speedy J’s Electric Deluxe imprint in 2016, the Scottish duo’s DJ sets have seen the pair endeavour to strip out all but their own, mostly new and unreleased, productions, leading to a heightened appreciation of the various directions in which they can drive their work back in the studio. With this, their vein of Techno has seen a steady yet explorative development. Hardcore noise swirling over break-neck percussion evolves and envelopes, without overreaching, never conceding to gimmickry. Ecstasy binds itself together with impending dread, like being caught in the atmosphere while the planet below you implodes. Faint cries from past eras are carefully tabbed and then hurled into a post-industrial hell-future, a future that they wield perfectly, in which the listener is reluctant to leave yet hesitant to stay. This is where Clouds place you. A feeling of euphoria repeating, reducing, and then degrading upon blown out sub frequencies that distort and twist as if in a dream, forming whole new worlds of texture and pressure, colour and bliss. Their trance inducing hooks borrow the urgencies and rhythms of early Hardcore and Jungle, alongside the manic paradoxes of abhorrent, rinsed out, joyful Gabber, or the obnoxious glee of Hardstyle, achieving a poetry seemingly at odds with itself, but without sounding crude. This isn’t an exercise in looking backwards, though, there is a skill to which their influences are employed. By not drawing purely upon aesthetic, stylistic conventions, utilized all too often amongst their peers, but by drawing on more subtle, substantial elements, Clouds are able to create an innovative, nuanced, singular experience. All of this can be heard and felt in their new record, Heavy The Eclipse, written and recorded at Speedy J’s Rotterdam studio over 14 days in late November 2016. (Source: https://www.residentadvisor.net/dj/clouds/biography)



Mancunian duo AnD rose to prominence in 2011 following a slew of ground breaking releases characterised by their refurbished, stripped back and Dave Clarke-inspired brand of techno. True vinyl purists, the two maintain fierce analogue production principals and showcase this in their heavy hitting live show. 

AnD’s modernistic approach has been endorsed by trailblazing UK imprints Project Squared and Idle Hands, whilst their purist ideologies have been employed by the visionary Horizontal Ground, Black Sun Records and Repitch labels. Meanwhile covert productions on their own self-titled white label series has seen the pair embrace the shadowy outskirts of techno, furthered by a collaboration with Headless Horseman, Sunil Sharpe and D.Carbone for the clandestine Brothers imprint. In recent years they’ve been stepping out under the banner of Speedy J’s respected Electric Deluxe brand, culminating in the release of their critically acclaimed debut album, ‘Cosmic Microwave Background’, back in Autumn 2014. The record sewed up AnD’s uncompromising sound into a long form dancefloor contemplation of the cosmos. It has since been remixed by a selection of the pair’s own noisy set of heroes, including Sleeparchive, O/H, Black Rain and JK Flesh, in a way completing the circle back to source. 

Together with Tom Dicicco, the three artists established Inner Surface Music back in 2011, which has already garnered support from the likes of Regis, Surgeon, Lucy, Norman Nodge, DVS1 and many more. But it’s from the booth that AnD have been making their presence truly felt. As on point vinyl selectors and potent live performers they’ve been storming their way across Europe, from Berghain in Berlin to the mammoth Gashouder at Amsterdam Dance Event, leaving no floor unscathed by their wrecking ball sound and sledgehammer ethics.



Perc is one of modern electronic music’s reference points: an internationally touring DJ and live act, founder of the renown Perc Trax label and one of the most respected producers in techno today. From his earliest releases in 2002 to his current position as one of the most forward-thinking individuals in techno Perc (aka London based Ali Wells) has continued to challenge and innovate as his recognition has grown.

As a performer Perc has taken his sound across the world to such seminal clubs as Berghain, Fabric, Tresor, Fuse, Space Ibiza, Concrete, Unit in Tokyo and to festivals including Awakenings, Glastonbury, Mayday, Reaktor, Unsound, Dour, Soenda, 10 Days Off, Extrema and many more. 

His podcast for Resident Advisor’s scene-leading mix series is Perc at his very best and a perfect example of his fusion of bleeding edge techno and classic noise and experimental influences.

After a run of singles on scene leading labels including CLR, Stroboscopic Artefacts, Drumcode, Ovum and Electric Deluxe Perc’s debut album \’Wicker & Steel\’ was released in 2011 where the move to the full-length format brought him to a new level of respect. Following launch parties in New York, Tokyo and London the album picked up a stream of plaudits from the expected dance-press coverage to crossing over into the UK national newspapers. Perc spent 2012 and 2013 diversifying with projects ranging from focussed dance floor EPs to experimental releases including a collaboration with industrial legends Einstürzende Neubauten, whilst a run of remixes saw him turning in interpretations of artists including Factory Floor, Daniel Avery and Surgeon.

In case anyone thought Wicker and Steel was a lucky first stab at the album format 2014’s ‘The Power & The Glory’ changed all that, with the album reaching a wider audience than ever before. In the second half of the year Perc Trax celebrated its tenth birthday with a double album featuring Perc\’s first commercially available mix CD plus three vinyl EPs featuring tracks from the compilation. 

Throughout 2015 Perc continued to play gigs across Europe, South America and Australia. He also found time to return to Perc Trax for the politically charged \’Gob\’, his first full EP for the label in three years. 2016 mainly saw Perc focus on his collaborative projects, sharing space on vinyl releases and DJ booths with Truss, Randomer, Ansome and Adam 

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2017 saw Perc reach a new heights as his \’Bitter Music\’ LP not only launched an extensive world tour but also produced the biggest track of his career in the shape of the infamous \’Look What You Love Has Done To Me\’, one of the most played techno tracks of that year. After remixing his way through 2018, he is now ready to release his first original release in two years with \’Three Tracks To Send To Your Ghost Producer\’ set for release in March 2019.


\”Starting from 2011 the collaboration with Electric Deluxe has established an intense relationship ferrying his DJ set in a new dimension where it combines an industrial/dark approach with a solid stream techno club-oriented.\” mostly the result of that collaboration has defined a quality sound that defines Giorgio Gigli\’s industrial Techno Sound with an Endless energy, As you can listen this one hour of pure techno is blowing our mind and body in the 233 edition of Chris Liebing\’s Podcast. Giorgio Gigli definitely joins the big list of italians that really knows how to create and mix heavy ass techno…


It is Monday the 12th of August 2013 and today we have Giorgio Gigli back on the CLR Podcast. Since his first appearance in our podcast series the Italian DJ/producer has not only been busy playing out at numerous renowned international venues, but has also been working hard in the studio. The results can be heard in form of some excellent releases like the “INSIDE EP” which is out on Speedy J´s label Electric Deluxe, his collaboration with George Paar “Life Is Not Dead Yet”, out on Paar Wax or his upcoming joint venture with Obtane entitled “Perception Through Dissonance” (Rrose Remix), which will be released soon on Prosthetic Pressings. His multi-layered, intricate style is the result of an acute exploration of several kinds of electronic music and his personal evolutionary path as an artist has led to the liaison with one of the most respected Techno labels in the scene. Starting from 2011 the collaboration with Electric Deluxe has established an intense relationship ferrying his DJ set in a new dimension where it combines an industrial/dark approach with a solid stream of club-oriented Techno. If you would like to know more about Giorgio Gigli or his own imprint “Zooloft Records”, please visit the following sites: facebook twitter

Artist: Giorgio Gigli
Title: CLR Podcast #233
Genre: Techno
Source: WEB
Type: Set
Rls date: 12.08.2013

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Jochem Paap (the Rotterdam artist owes the nickname Speedy J to his DJ skills) is unanimously considered to be one of the first techno producers to come from the Benelux. Together with people like Laurent Garnier, Aphex Twin and Richie Hawtin he helped raising the genre just after it had escaped the Detroit delivery room.
Since the early nineties, Speedy J releases on labels like Plus 8, Warp and Novamute. But while techno develops into a dominating force on many dance floors worldwide, Jochem Paap, after the albums G Spot (1993) and Ginger (1995), turns left and heads for other exciting places.
On Public Energy No. 1 (1997) and A Shocking Hobby (2000) the sound wizard exchanges flowing, harmonious techno for a much more complex sound, filled with colliding samples, crackling rhythms and tremendously thrilling turns.
After fifteen years of techno Speedy J now has come full circle. But what a wide circle it was, and how fickle the trodden path. Over the years he has collaborated with video-artists, filmmakers and advertisers, made the pioneering DVD Umfeld, an audio-visual, electronic trip, which sets the standard for many composers who want to compose for six speakers in the coming years – remarkably made available as a free download on the internet.
But not only that, Speedy J has continuously been pushing the boundaries of electronic & experimental dance music. Blurring the lines between Live performance and Digital Djing, he fuses subversive electronics and peak time Techno. Together with his partner in crime Chris Liebing he started using Traktor and other Software technology on 4 laptops with hardware such as Machine Drum and 303’s to create a fully integrated set. Again he is spearheading a way of DJing that is picked up by a lot of other forward thinking electronic artists.
Logically, the releases on his label Electric Deluxe all feature tool versions, introducing the concept of creating unique live sets from parts as a natural evolution of Djing. Not only setting the bar for peak hour Techno madness, Electric Deluxe becomes the platform for his Collabs series that started on Novamute, as well as releases by open minded artists like Chris Liebing, George Issakidis, Tommy Four Seven and Terrence Fixmer to showcase the value of creative synergy using newest technology.
Another strong part of this idea is the introduction of a new series of techno events called Electric Deluxe presents, which in a young history of just a couple of editions brought major artists like Richie Hawtin, Marco Carola, Radio Slave, Matthew Dear, Chris Liebing into play.
Speedy J’s musical vision is genre blurring, creative freedom at the highest level of innovation and quality, it is providing a platform for artists operating within any conceivable genre in the broad spectrum of techno to fully explore and embrace the ever-expanding technological possibilities.


Artist: Speedy J
Tittle: @ Poema Club – Utrecht (Netherlands)
Rls date: 22.09.2012
Genre: Techno
Source: WEB
Type: SET

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The best we can do is to translate the title of this ep \”metal\” to a series of experiment that might be called \”heavy metal techno\” as Bryan Black says, “but in a very restrained and controlled way.” Indeed the hum of guitars (synths routed through guitar pedals) whirr through lead track “Metal,” a taut and punchy workout spliced with token Black Asteroid weirdness. Meanwhile Black gets even more contained on the masterfully metronomic “Turbine” 


The latest work by Bryan Black features a raw and heavy ass remix by Luis Flores, also includes a strong Pionion version of Metal. we really liked the original mix of Metal, which contains a clear dark environment, and in a very direct way, we make clear the style of Bryan Black, full of energy and banging techno music, also dark vocals and trippy background sounds, the perfect combination! meanwhile Turbine (Orignal Mix) has been the track that  we most liked, well-defined, heavy, groovy, for us the perfect track to move the body in its maximum level, for sure is a track that will fill us with energy in any dancefloor, doesnt matter the hour!… Check out the preview to know what we are talking about and get the release ass soon as possible, \”Metal EP\” is going to be aviable on April 7th, 2014… so take note! 



Review: 8.5/10 Release date: April 7th, 2014

Release Info:

 Bryan Black AKA Black Asteroid returns to Electric Deluxe with his most precise and daring invention yet.

‘Metal’ picks up from where the ‘Black Acid EP’ left off with more sonic alchemies sounding unlike anything else. The former Prince engineer turned MOTOR front man turned galvanic techno DJ, producer and performer has had an incredible run in his latest guise. Since debuting on CLR with ‘The Engine EP’ over a series of well-shaped and energetic releases Bryan Black has forged a distinct and unique signature that is tactile, otherworldly and utterly timeless.
Ingenious sound design has become his calling card, while Black’s award winning MOTOR heritage never seems far behind. Moments on ‘Black Acid’ felt like he brought the band to the DJ booth. And with ‘Metal’ the sentiment rings even truer. This is “heavy metal techno,” says Black, “but in a very restrained and controlled way.” Indeed the hum of guitars (synths routed through guitar pedals) whirr through lead track “Metal,” a taut and punchy workout spliced with token Black Asteroid weirdness. Meanwhile Black gets even more contained on the masterfully metronomic “Turbine”. Droid affiliate Luis Flores and Pinion (Bobby Dowell) then split “Metal” off into its opposing sectors. Flores takes things straight the dance floor, while Pinion ramps up the noise and clangor to turn in a real unholy “Metal” monster. Another must for Black Asteroid fans and for those who like their techno cast from mysterious molds.


Artist: Bryan Black a.k.a. Black Asteroid
Title: Metal
Rls date: April 7, 2014
Genre: Techno
Catalogue #: EDLX036 
Format: 12\’\’ // Digital Download
Label: Electric Deluxe

Tracklist:
A1. Metal
A2. Turbine
B1. Metal (Luis Flores Remix)
B2. Metal (Pinion Version)

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Label Copy:
All songs written and produced by Black Asteroid
Mixed and additional production by Howie Beno
B1 remix and additional production by Luis Flores
B2 remix and additional production by Pinion
www.blackasteroid.com
(p)&(c) 2014 Electric Deluxe
cat. no. EDLX036 — all rights reserved
www.electricdeluxe.net

It is Monday the 9th of July and today we have a returning guest on the CLR Podcast. Mike Parker from Buffalo / New York is very well known for his releases on PROLOGUE and his own label GEOPHONE, amongst many others. He will soon release a new EP on GEOPHONE, which will coincide with his upcoming European tour and he is also working on an album for PROLOGUE, to be released in the beginning of 2013. In September his brand-new remix for Brendon Moeller will be released on Speedy J´s label ELECTRIC DELUXE. Mike Parker is a strong believer in analogue sounds and is also passionate about visual arts. Apart from being an acclaimed dj, electronic musician and producer, he is actually teaching fine arts at the state university in Buffalo. Over the years, his education in the visual arts has had a profound impact on the music he produces. His production style is as uncompromising as his dj sets are powerful: a track is rehearsed many times, then recorded live on mostly analogue gear with no edits or overdubbing later. His dj sets have the same spontaneous bite. We are very happy to present you another exclusive set by this inspiring artist. If you would like to know more about Mike Parker and his upcoming gigs and releases, please check out: Web

Artist: Mike Parker 
Tittle: CLR Podcast 176 
Rls date: 09.07.2012
Genre: Techno
Source: WEB
Type: Set


Tracklist:
01. Zoviet France – A Flock of Rotations
02. Michele Ciuoffo & Marc Troit – DC (Stanislav Tolkachev Remix)
03. Jeff Mills – S.I.T.S. 001 B1
04. Jeroen Search – Radiate
05. Sub Space – The Voyager
06. Shifted – Out Of Tune
07. Steve Bicknell – Lost Recordings #1 A2
08. Planetary Assault Systems – Cold Bolster
09. Delko – Mode
10. Patrick Walker – Phase Linear (Original Mix)
11. Mike Parker – Thermo
12. Abdulla Rashim – Gizaw 1
13. Kevin Gorman – Seven Eight Nine (Marcel Dettmann Remix)
14. A.n.D. – Untitled (BSR02)
15. D. Dozzy & Nuel – Untitled Aquaplano 000
16. Mike Parker – GPH16
17. Cio D’or – Magnetfluss (Shifted Remix)
18. Mike Parker – GPH16
19. Luis Flores – New Flesh (Brian Sanhaji Mix)
20. Jeff Mills – Far Beyond The Dream


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Jochem Paap (the Rotterdam artist owes the nickname Speedy J to his DJ skills) is unanimously considered to be one of the first techno producers to come from the Benelux. Together with people like Laurent Garnier, Aphex Twin and Richie Hawtin he helped raising the genre just after it had escaped the Detroit delivery room.

Since the early nineties, Speedy J releases on labels like Plus 8, Warp and Novamute. But while techno develops into a dominating force on many dance floors worldwide, Jochem Paap, after the albums G Spot (1993) and Ginger (1995), turns left and heads for other exciting places.

On Public Energy No. 1 (1997) and A Shocking Hobby (2000) the sound wizard exchanges flowing, harmonious techno for a much more complex sound, filled with colliding samples, crackling rhythms and tremendously thrilling turns.

After fifteen years of techno Speedy J now has come full circle. But what a wide circle it was, and how fickle the trodden path. Over the years he has collaborated with video-artists, filmmakers and advertisers, made the pioneering DVD Umfeld, an audio-visual, electronic trip, which sets the standard for many composers who want to compose for six speakers in the coming years – remarkably made available as a free download on the internet.

But not only that, Speedy J has continuously been pushing the boundaries of electronic & experimental dance music. Blurring the lines between Live performance and Digital Djing, he fuses subversive electronics and peak time Techno. Together with his partner in crime Chris Liebing he started using Traktor and other Software technology on 4 laptops with hardware such as Machine Drum and 303’s to create a fully integrated set. Again he is spearheading a way of DJing that is picked up by a lot of other forward thinking electronic artists.

Logically, the releases on his label Electric Deluxe all feature tool versions, introducing the concept of creating unique live sets from parts as a natural evolution of Djing. Not only setting the bar for peak hour Techno madness, Electric Deluxe becomes the platform for his Collabs series that started on Novamute, as well as releases by open minded artists like Chris Liebing, George Issakidis, Tommy Four Seven and Terrence Fixmer to showcase the value of creative synergy using newest technology.

Another strong part of this idea is the introduction of a new series of techno events called Electric Deluxe presents, which in a young history of just a couple of editions brought major artists like Richie Hawtin, Marco Carola, Radio Slave, Matthew Dear, Chris Liebing into play.

Speedy J’s musical vision is genre blurring, creative freedom at the highest level of innovation and quality, it is providing a platform for artists operating within any conceivable genre in the broad spectrum of techno to fully explore and embrace the ever-expanding technological possibilities.

Artist: Speedy J
Tittle: @ Awakenings Festival – Spaarnwoude, Netherlands
Rls date: 30-06-2012
Genre: Techno
Source: WEB
Type: Live set


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Not being a new name in the long list of great artists who have signed tracks with Electric Deluxe, Terence Fixmer, Brings his French dark techno sound into Electric Deluxe in a very early stage of the label, it was totally a success that in some ways defined the overall sound of the big record label of speedy j. Having great releases as his first EP on Electric Deluxe ‘Machine’ (with Speedy J remix) followed by ‘Electric City’ (with Function & Speedy J remixes) in a year later, in 2010, Terence begin a great series of releases that finally got him an album, a really great album, more recently the great \”When The Sun EP\” so just by telling you that, you can imagine what is coming this August 26th, 2013 when \”Bells EP\” comes out. \”Bells\” \”In Chains\” and \”Subspace Two\” are the name of the three upcoming techno bombs in Terence Fixmer fifth stand-alone EP in Electric Deluxe, \”Bells EP\”.

Bells (Orinal Mix) begins with a deep dark sound, quite chilling, that any lover of a great dark techno atmosphere would appreciate. This track takes you from the finest techno sound to the mix of elements that also may contain a powerful minimal track, but in this case the energy is endless. Terence did really a spectacular job on this one.

In Chains (Original Mix) if the first track of this EP \”Bells\” was spectacular, for this one i have no name or at least I can not describe how great it is from start to ending, carrying a heavy and dark sound during the whole track, definitely the kind of sounds that are enjoyed in the more rough and dark environment is reached at a party. From his EP, this is our favorite piece, definitely a masterpiece.

Subspace Two (Original Mix) after two tracks so heavy and perfect it is necessary for our minds and body to enjoy particularly more well-defined flashes of House beats, a very Dub version, fresh and with a chill background it is a good way to relax.We agree with Electric Deluxe on this one, as this track \”offers up a lasting sunny reprieve. The EP ends on a serotonin-soaked moment where dub, techno and house close their eyes and sway as one\”

Review: 9/10 Official Release date: August 26th, 2013 on Electric Deluxe
Release Info:

It’s been over a year since the Planete Rouge graced our fair roster, which is why we’re pleased to welcome Terence Fixmer back into the EDLX fold with ‘Bells’.


This is the fifth stand-alone EP from him for Electric Deluxe, on top of his last LP ‘Comedy Of Menace,’ and offers three more exquisite samples of what the techno veteran does best. Almost a counter-point to Fixmer’s last EDLX release—the dubby, warmed through ‘When The Sun’ EP—‘Bells’ is a homage to the pitch black dance floors of the night, with all his hypnotism and industrial hues in place.


“Bells” opens right in the thick of it, with alarm knells and viscous vapours swirling round a lasso loop that will hook you until sunrise. “In Chains” is it’s raw cousin—just as dark, unsettled, and riled with analogue sounds. But as midnight begins to dip into eternity, closer “Subspace Two” offers up a lasting sunny reprieve. The EP ends on a serotonin-soaked moment where dub, techno and house close their eyes and sway as one. ‘Bells’ is a versatile record, which sees Terence Fixmer cater for every nocturnal occasion.

Artist: Terence Fixmer

Title: Bells

Genre: Techno

Release Date: August 26th 2013
Label: Electric Deluxe
Cat. #: EDLX031
Format: Digital

Tracklist:

Terence Fixmer – Bells (Original Mix)
Terence Fixmer – In Chains (Original Mix)
Terence Fixmer – Subspace Two (Original Mix)


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(Coming Soon)


Jochem Paap (the Rotterdam artist owes the nickname Speedy J to his DJ skills) is unanimously considered to be one of the first techno producers to come from the Benelux. Together with people like Laurent Garnier, Aphex Twin and Richie Hawtin he helped raising the genre just after it had escaped the Detroit delivery room.
Since the early nineties, Speedy J releases on labels like Plus 8, Warp and Novamute. But while techno develops into a dominating force on many dance floors worldwide, Jochem Paap, after the albums G Spot (1993) and Ginger (1995), turns left and heads for other exciting places.
On Public Energy No. 1 (1997) and A Shocking Hobby (2000) the sound wizard exchanges flowing, harmonious techno for a much more complex sound, filled with colliding samples, crackling rhythms and tremendously thrilling turns.
After fifteen years of techno Speedy J now has come full circle. But what a wide circle it was, and how fickle the trodden path. Over the years he has collaborated with video-artists, filmmakers and advertisers, made the pioneering DVD Umfeld, an audio-visual, electronic trip, which sets the standard for many composers who want to compose for six speakers in the coming years – remarkably made available as a free download on the internet.
But not only that, Speedy J has continuously been pushing the boundaries of electronic & experimental dance music. Blurring the lines between Live performance and Digital Djing, he fuses subversive electronics and peak time Techno. Together with his partner in crime Chris Liebing he started using Traktor and other Software technology on 4 laptops with hardware such as Machine Drum and 303’s to create a fully integrated set. Again he is spearheading a way of DJing that is picked up by a lot of other forward thinking electronic artists.
Logically, the releases on his label Electric Deluxe all feature tool versions, introducing the concept of creating unique live sets from parts as a natural evolution of Djing. Not only setting the bar for peak hour Techno madness, Electric Deluxe becomes the platform for his Collabs series that started on Novamute, as well as releases by open minded artists like Chris Liebing, George Issakidis, Tommy Four Seven and Terrence Fixmer to showcase the value of creative synergy using newest technology.
Another strong part of this idea is the introduction of a new series of techno events called Electric Deluxe presents, which in a young history of just a couple of editions brought major artists like Richie Hawtin, Marco Carola, Radio Slave, Matthew Dear, Chris Liebing into play.
Speedy J’s musical vision is genre blurring, creative freedom at the highest level of innovation and quality, it is providing a platform for artists operating within any conceivable genre in the broad spectrum of techno to fully explore and embrace the ever-expanding technological possibilities.



Artist: Speedy J 
Tittle: Pulse Radio Podcast # 072 
Rls date: 16-04-2012
Genre: Techno
Source: WEB
Type: Set


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It is Monday the 26th of March and we welcome Brendon Moeller for the very first time on the CLR Podcast. Since leaving his native South Africa for New York City in 1993, the dub technician has been proudly laying down his musical legacy on renowned labels like for example Astralwerks, Mule Musiq, Six Degrees Records or Francois K\’s Wave Music, sometimes working under his real name, sometimes under the monikers Echologist or Beat Pharmacy. When it comes to post-Basic Channel dub techno with a variety of musical influences, Brendon Moeller is one of the guys you should definitely pay attention to. Dub, techno, jazz, afrobeat and psychedelics are inspirations that appear in most of his music and he has collaborated with some of the great dub vocalists of our time. He is behind seven full length albums to-date, each of which has breached musical boundaries, and he will soon release another solo album on Speedy J´s label Electric Deluxe. You can find further Brendon Moeller mixes on his Soundcloud account and further information on his releases and tour dates on his facebook and Resident Advisor pages mentioned below:



Artist: Brendon Moeller
Tittle:  CLR Podcast # 161 
Rls date: 26.03.2012
Genre: Techno
Source: WEB
Type: Set


Tracklist:
1 – Kraftwerk – robotronic
2 – Faust – untitled (amulf on drums)
3 – electric sandwich – china
4 – Freon – plastic America
5 – brian eno – force marker (heat ost)
6 – levon Vincent – revs cost
7 – nirvana – love buzz
8 – le funk mob – get funked up (elektrophunk remix)
9 – O – kunnes
10 – stefan gubatz – radio
11 – rhythm & sound – range
12 – brendon moeller – big shot in dub (drums)
13 – to rococo rot – crosby
14 – todd terje – intro
15 – echologist – reak (drums)
16 – the orb – oxbow lakes (andy’s space mix)
17 – psychomuzak – deep heat (drone)
18 – joe drive – a zenith criteria
19 – O – hornitus
20 – speedy J & gary beck – vaag (speedy J remix)
21 – STL – loop 22
22 – monolake – digitalis
23 – mogwai – fear satan (surgeon remix)
24 – sleeparchive – ronan point 1
25 – livication – riddim section (version)
26 – rrose – bare hand
27 – abdullah rashim – asayita 2
28 – dave Clarke – wisdom to the wise (red 2)
29 – dave clark wisdom to the wise
30 – pacou – surge
31 – the 7th plain – lost
32 – jeff mills – automatic
33 – attica blues – contemplating jazz
34 – roedlius Schneider – single boogie
35 – primal scream – echodek
36 – mind over midi – sunday out
37 – conrad Schnitzler – untitled
38 – mount kimbie – blind night errand
39 – porter ricks – redundance 1
40 – ANBB – I wish I was a mole in the ground
41 – pinch & shackleton – torn & submerged