If you have ever heard Guy j, for sure you will be able to know what to expect from this special mix he just did. Featuring great tunes by Sahar Z, Hernan Cattaneo Soundexile, MUUI and more. We\’re not going to say more things, just get some big ass speakers and star listening to this unique electronic sound, and feel how great the dj set is reaching its highest expression in a progressive and deep melodic techno music. This is Guy j at its finest.

Something about Guy J:
Guy started producing at the age of 14, amassing a wealth of equipment and experience and dedicating his life to learning the craft (“my friends called my room ‘the cave’”). His first release came at the age of 21, but it was his 2007’s gem Save Me that proved to be his real launchpad. John Digweed snapped up the glistening, dramatic slice of deeper house music up for his legendary Bedrock Records, setting in motion a chain of events that would change his life forever. “It was like a dream coming true. I never knew it would lead me to having two albums on a label that I really grew up with.”
Its sublime Depeche Mode-esque synth work pointed to a talent that surprised considering his short time releasing records, and his ascent from hereon was steady and rapid. His debut album Esperanza gained plaudits in 2008 with its classy, ethereal blend of progressive house, techno, electro and electronica, while the follow-up 1000 Words went deeper still over two discs of expansive soundscapes and intricate dancefloor explorations. “I always wanted to make an artist album and to give another aspect of my music” he says. “What is magic for me in house music is that you can hear \”real\” music and also dance to it. There are so many emotions involved in it, but it’s ultimately there to create a good vibe, and to make you dance. But to make an artist album is a way for me to deliver pure music.” It’s this balance of the organic and the electronic, the visceral and the mental, that make his music so captivating and wide in its appeal.
Never one to be pigeonholed, his portfolio is a diverse beast, with releases finding their way onto Tiga’s increasingly eclectic Turbo imprint amongst others. To feature on two labels that are essentially synonymous with two very different scenes is testament to his versatility, and above all, the quality and conviction of his productions. “I don\’t see myself as producer of one genre only; I believe in exploring and trying different stuff when you have all the tools you need to create” he clarifies. “To be signed to Turbo… it’s also amazing as it a big label that has its own crowd of people who listen to a certain type of music, and to be part of it is great.”
2012 sees Guy kick off an exciting new project with his close colleagues and friends at Bedrock: his very own imprint “Lost & Found”, a sub-label for John Digweed’s long running mothership where he’ll release music by himself and his favourite producers. Then there’s the small matter of a release on Cocoon, one of the most highly regarded labels in techno and beyond, and some exciting collaborations in the pipeline with some other inspiring artists. As always with this unique talent, it’s quality, not quantity. Each of his releases is met with a swell of anticipation, and for once in this often over-hyped world, it’s fully justified.

Artist: Guy J

Title: August from Romania with love mix
Source: WEB
Rls date: 19.08.2012
Genre: Progressive, techno, deep
Type: Set

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Tom Hades started to discover and experiment with electronic music when listening to DAF, Kraftwerk, Front 242, … At the age of 15, he bought his first keyboard, the famous Casio CZ-101 and transformed his game-computer, Amiga 500, into his first DAW. Quickly he got experienced with MIDI-integration and sampling functions, which gave him even more urge for buying/selling new material as addition to his current setup. During the same period, his old schoolfriend, RedHead, was co-producing with Marco Bailey. He got in contact with Marco too which led them in 2000 to their first co-release. And this was the start of a big period of releases, included the anthem of \”I Love Techno\” in 2001. Have a look at the discography for the complete overview … In the same year as I Love Techno, Tom started to do live performances. He got more & more experienced and started to play all over the world. His live performance was fully appreciated in countries like Spain, Colombia, Brazil, France, Poland, Sweden, Mexico, Japan, Austria, Italy, Norway, Ireland, … and on many known festivals like Nature One, I Love Techno, City Parade, … In the first period of 2002, Tom also produced his first solo release. In the next 3-4 years he continued to produce tracks on his own as well as his co-production with Marco on respected labels like MB Elektronics, Pornographic Recordings, Rhythm Convert, Northwest Dynamics, Invasion, Fine Audio, Patterns, Lupp, … In 2004, they decided it was time to take the next step, start a label. And so Rhythm Convert was born. Initially, the purpose of the label was to give an opportunity to new talents to release their stuff. Guys like Axel Karakasis, Spiros Kaloumenos, Veztax, … did a very good job to show the people what is was all about. Nowadays, the label is more aimed to produce electro-techno tracks and less oriented towards loopy techno sounds. End 2004, they released their full album, Rude Boy, caused a stirr all over the world. The best proof was their live performance during Nature One @ Pydna were they literally \”blew the place to kingdom come\” ! His current releases on labels like MB Elektronics & Rhythm Convert are oriented in the same way his musical taste changes, more melodic and even sometimes more dramatic music with flavors of techno, minimal, tekhouse and electro. Nowadays, Tom is busy at concentrating in his next step, to develop his \”dj-career\”. In the near future, you can expect dj-sets with dedication and filled with energy, as known from his live-sets, to give his fans the pleasure of clubbing ! But as every self-respected artist, he will never forget his roots, so live-sets will still be part of his main occupation ! In the means of productions, future releases will certainly be done, as well as a second album together with Marco. So keep your eyes open on some new productions, because they will certainly surprise lots of people !!!

Artist: Tom Hades
Tittle: Rhythm Convert(ed) Podcast #080
Rls date: 20.12.2012
Genre: Techno
Source: WEB
Type: Set

Tracklist:
01. Underworld – Crocodile (Ame Live Remix) [Innervisions]
02. Guy J – Fixation [Bedrock]
03. Mark Reeve – Carry Me [Cocoon]
04. Coyu – Urbasong [Tronic]
05. Par Grindvik – The Weak [Stockholm LTD]
06. Jason Fernandes – Laid Back [Kombination Research]
07. Hans Bouffmyhre – Shine [Sleaze]
08. Stephen Brown – Fuego (Ben Sims Remix) [Theory]
09. Spektre & Tom Hades – Scintillate [Analytic Trail]
10. Florian Meindl – Good Times (Sascha Carassi Remix) [Flash]
11. Tom Hades – Suburban Stories [Promo]
12. Tom Hades – Magic Trouble [Promo]

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This week with guest: Thomas Hessler

It\’s Monday again and time for me to upload last week\’s Invite\’s Choice on Soundcloud.
This week a mix by the third Berlin-based artist in a row; Thomas Hessler.

Thomas is a part of Graphene, a label that\’s put out two EP\’s so far, with a third one set for release shortly!

Recently Thomas has been increasingly active in the studio and the resulting EP\’s on his own label as well as Sonntag Morgen have already allowed him to play at Tresor and in France, The Netherlands, Italy and Hungary.

More material and gigs are quite likely to follow from Thomas, so keep your eye out for this guy!

Check all Invite\’s Choice podcasts via: Invite\’s Choice Podcast section.

Next week my Choice will be: Ed Davenport


Artist: Thomas Hessler
Tittle: Invite\’s Choice Podcast #070 
Rls date: 03.09.2012
Genre: Techno
Source: WEB
Type: Set

Tracklist:

1. Abdulla Rashim – Weldiya 1 – Prologue
2. Stanislav Tolkachev – Building Peaks – Modularz
3. Polar Inertia – Parallel Transport – Dement3d
4. P.God – NGC224 – Ketra
5. Rrose – The Surgeon General (No Child Left Behind) – EAUX
6. Chris Stanford & Dax J (AnD Demented Drums Remix) – Ear to the Ground
7. Ascion – The Poetics of Withdrawal (Pfirters no fear of death mix) – Krill Music
8. Thomas Hessler – Outburst (another viewpoint) – Graphene (forthcoming)
9. Subjected, Sawlin – FM.7 – Vault Series
10. Shed – I Come By Night – 50 Weapons
11. Kangding Ray – Thar – Stroboscopic Artefacts
12. Reeko – Lynx – PoleGroup
13. Coefficient – Lorentz Exponent – Duality
14. Dimi Angelis & Jeroen Search – Dehydrate – A&S
15. Attemporal – Att3 – ATT Series
16. Juho Kusti – They Drive By Night – DSH
17. Oscar Mulero – False Statement – Warm Up
18. Developer – Dirty Drive (Shifted Remix) – Modularz
19. Woo York – Void (Truncate Remix) – Mutex
20. Moerbeck – Mystique – Candela Rising
21. Thomas Hessler – Desicate – Graphene (Forthcoming)
22. Severin Kwazniak – TSK Planet – Mesheland
23. Phase – Binary Opposition (Inigo Kennedy Process) – Token

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Since his beginnings in the Frankfurt club scene in 1982, when Sven Väth attracted interest with DJ sets of several hours and a completely new understanding of club culture, his name has not only stood for the constant development of this art form called Electronic Music: with his platform Cocoon, he has also revealed a real dedication in the support of young musical talent showing his passion for bringing great music to the fore.
He has his fans in the most important clubs across the globe as well as at the world’s biggest festivals, he toured South America and played in the Thai jungle, and he is cultural ambassador of the German Goethe Institute. On the dance floor, he unites thirty-five-year-olds with fifteen-year-olds. The reader\’s polls of the big magazines regularly see him in top ranks in every important category, and his tours lead him to more than seventy cities and numerous festivals on four continents, practically the whole year through. However, besides his own career, the advancement of electronic music as such is of high importance to Sven. His Cocoon network is home to the booking agency Cocoon Artist Booking, the event agency Cocoon Events and the record label Cocoon Recordings – three very important components of the electronic music scene that are both innovative and independent.
In Ibiza, the Cocoon events belong to the most successful parties for years, due to their sharp musical and artistic profile. In the year 2004, six years after the closing of the ground-breaking Omen club (whose artistic motor Sven Väth had been), he started a new era of club-life in Germany and opened the cocoonclub in Frankfurt, setting new standards in design, conception and music. Two restaurants, a Michelin-star awarded chef and the elite of the international DJ guild guarantee a high-class entertainment experience.
Artist: Sven Väth

Tittle: @ Time Warp – Fiera Milano Rho (Italy)
Rls date: 29.09.2012
Genre: Techno
Source: WEB
Type: set

Tracklist:
01 Bassement Jaxx – Fly Life Extra
02 Shed – Day After
03 Matt Tolfrey – Touch The Toes
04 Jo Johnson – wAFF
05 Daniel Stefanik – Rush
06 Id
07 Guy J -Fixation
08 Timo Maas – Kick 1 Kick 3 (Maetrik Sexy Remix)
09 Caytas & Patz – Are You Afraid (Nihad Tule Remix)
10 Factory Floor – Two Different Ways (Perc Remix)
11 Adam Port – Black noise
12 Sam Paganini – Prisma
13 Donna Summer – I Feel Love (Sterac Instrumental Dub)
14 Ben Sims – Move In Time



Henry Saiz is the creator of a style that is a combination of his love for all things electronic with a deep passion for art. His music, as well as his work as a sound designer for film and TV has always been marked as forward thinking in approach and groundbreaking upon delivery. Henry\’s sound refuses to fall into a singular category, he takes in influence on many different levels and incorporates this into his live and DJ sets by forging a perfect balance of Electronica, Disco, House and Techno.

Henry\’s first productions were released through the highly regarded Global Underground and Paradigm Musik imprints. These releases were instantly noticed by house giant John Digweed, which led to creating one of the biggest tracks of 2009, which was also named as Pete Tong’s Essential New Tune. Released on Bedrock, Henry\’s remix of Guy J’s “Lamur” was regarded by critics and DJ’s alike as “the track of the year”. Following the success of this remix, yet another giant label; Renaissance commissioned the release of “Artificial Paradises EP” and “Madre Noche EP” in 2009 and “The Rider EP” in 2010.

Not a man to be content with such success, Henry whilst producing some of the biggest tracks around has also simultaneously been developing his live show. Using a combination of the Akai APC-40 controlling Ableton Live, Access Virus TI Synth and an iPod Touch, Henry has complete control over his meticulously created and fully original edits, loops and tracks. The integration of these techniques into his highly acclaimed podcast “The Labyrinth” and both live and DJ environments has allowed Henry to show his true potential in building sets that strike a chord with audiences. 

His rising reputation has earned Henry the honour of being asked to produce Balance Music’s 019 compilation. Following on from the likes of Timo Maas, Joris Voorn, Will Saul and Agoria, Henrys addition to this world-renowned mix series has more than lived up to expectations and has set a new benchmark in depth and quality.

Whilst being a producer, DJ and live performer is paramount to Henry, another element close to his heart is to find and develop new talent. Henry started his own label, Natura Sonoris (Nature Of Sound) in 2008 and it has become a platform for not only his own productions but also for that of artists such as Damabiah, Cora Novoa, Soundexile, 7thKey, Dosem and Van Hai to name but a few. The focus of the label is to connect electronic music with art and life. This is reflected in all aspects of each release from the music itself down to the artwork, a formula that has been received extremely well and now has a big following worldwide. 

Henry has now taken his DJ and Live shows around the globe, performing at venues in Europe, Asia, South America and Australia. He has also been a part of festivals such as Sónar and Creamfields amongst others and continues to be one of the most popular up-and-coming Spanish artists of his generation. His constant growth has enabled him to spread his music to new audiences and is, without doubt, one of the bright new talents on the global electronic music scene.

Artist: Henry Saiz

Tittle: Ibiza Spotlight (SPTL103)
Rls date: 20.08.2012
Genre: Minimal, House, Progressive
Source: WEB
Type: Set

Tracklist:
1 – System of Surviva – C era Lacca
2 – Paul Nazca vs Spectral – Flash Escape (Ricky Ryan JV Mashup)
3 – Henry Saiz – Our Discovery
4 – Electric Rescue – Dope (Stephan Bodzin Hope Remix)
5 – Liz Cirelli & Minski – Underwater Blues
6 – Guy J – Lost and Found
7 – Jacob Mikesh Filburt – Philipp Dolphia
8 – Omid 16B – Melodica (Original dub)
9 – Orgue Electronique – Longing
10 – The Monitors – Control
11 – Hauschka – Radar (Michael Mayer remix)
12 – Essay – Crying at Day
13 – Austra – The Noise (Henry Saiz Club friendly edit)
14 – Com Truise – Open


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Before he started making techno tracks Marko Novakovic produced music for various video games and commercials. In some moment he get inspired with minimal from 2007/08 period, and he started producing and developing his style over the past two years. His style is dark big room techno and giving the fact that Balkan was in dark period over the last two decades, you can understand why his style is dark and aggressive, after all Marko is born in country that doesn\’t even exist anymore. 

Marko signed his tracks on recognized labels like Binary404, Capsula, LCMTC, Neptuun City, Tight Lipped, That\’s Hot Records, and his tracks are supported and played by some very big names on edm scene like: Sasha Carassi, Mark Knight, The Advent, Phunk Investigation, Echo Vacio, Alex Di Stefano, Dany Rodriguez, Spartaque, PHNTM, Ronald van Norden, D.A.V.E. The Drummer, Tom Hades, Frankyeffe, Axel Karakasis, Bodyscrub, Seismal D, Filthy Rich, Locomatica, Lasy M, Tom Laws, M.I.D.I….ect

Artist: Marko Novakovic
Tittle: Binary404 Podcast Guest Series #011
Rls date: 13-07-2012
Genre: Techno
Source: WEB
Type: Set


Tracklist:
01. On/Off – Afterward (Original Mix) [Rhythm Convert(ed)]
02. Snello – Iron (Original Mix) [Remain Records]
03. Locomatica – Heavy Rain (Original Mix) [PROMO]
04. Marko Novakovic – My Personal Stalker (Original Mix) [PROMO]
05. Snello – Steel (Axel Karakasis Remix) [Remain Records]
06. Sasha Carassi & Mikael Jonasson – Void (Original Mix) [Phobiq]
07. Nick Muir, John Digweed, Guy J & J.D.N.M.G.J – Trezzz (Original Mix) [Bedrock Records]
08. Locomatica – Methodik (Original Mix) [PROMO]
09. Monofon – Block B (Snello Remix) [LCMTC]
10. Marko Novakovic – Fool\’s Gold (Original Mix) [Capsula]


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Biography of Sian:  When you have interests ranging from entomology,cosmology and marine biology, to the social impact of the rave generation,you tend to make unusual art.Sian stands out as a little more bohemian than the average electronic talent.Born in Dublin,Ireland,raised in southern Spain,he chose early to drop out of normal society and engage in the extraordinary.Adhering more to the avant-garde side of club culture,his tracks show an otherworldly,slow and hypnotic slant on techno.Quickly developing an oeuvre of work that has appeared on Bedrock,Sci&Tec,Soma Pokerflat,plus his own white hot new Octopus label,his music regularly hits Beatport top ten positions and gathers glowing reviews and DJ support alike.From mags and blogs to international radio shows,his reputation for delivering huge slabs of peak time techno is snowballing.Reworked and remixed by talent like Steve Bug,Carlo Lio,Pan-Pot,Ramon Tapia,Alan Fitzpatrick,Efdemin,Minilogue etc along the way,he has also personally dropped super big mixes for the likes of Guy J and Gui Boratto.Touring around the world,schooling heaving crowds and bringing his trademark experimental DJ-ing style to the masses via multiple outputs of explosive techno,fx and loops-all cut up and edited live,he is appearing at clubs like Avalon,Fabric,Harpop,Weekend,Berghain,King King,The Loft,Industrial Copera,Social Club,Blackmarket Membership,Secret Sundaze,The Pod,etc.In countries far and wide,including Europe,USA,Canada,Australia,South America,Mexico,Russia and beyond,his burning sets bring real voodoo to the dancefloor every time.As producer,DJ,label boss and Radio host,he is also now running his own nomadic \”Octopus presents\” events,with guests like Josh Wink,Anja Schneider,Damian Lazarus,Nick Curly etc rolling out the emerging clubnights warehouse aesthetics in Barcelona and Dublin.His proudest undertaking yet,his own new techno imprint,Octopus recordings,is now recognized by peer and press alike as one to watch.Praised for its feverish tracks and raw sound,it has kickstarted a growing plethora of main room stompers and left field underground bombs.With remixes from esteemed names like Carlo Lio,Gui Boratto,Mauro Picotto,Alan Fitzpatrick,Secret Cinema,Ramon Tapia,DVS1,Terence Fixmer,Ripperton,etc and bright new talent like Calculus,Mr Bizz and Clement Meyer,the young imprint is already making loud noise.His recent artist album,\”Before Silence\” is an inventive hybrid mix of original tracks and individual parts,spanning 130 mins and comprising over 1013 separate clips mixed into one session.A bold step in studio experimentation,the project illustrates some achingly smart new production techniques and features and all star cast remixing the vibrant singles.

Whether conducting everlasting sweat soaked DJ sessions or creating timeless dance music,Sian is a truly diverse and original talent,at once chic and debonaire,always intensely inventive.



Artist: Sian 
Tittle: Alleanza Radio Show #031 
Rls date: 04-08-2012
Genre: Techno
Source: WEB
Type: Set


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http://turbobit.net/ho86erxa41ic.html
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http://turbobit.net/0ocljiivetot.html
http://www.filefactory.com/file/4dnx…012-eithel.mp3

Tom Hades started to discover and experiment with electronic music when listening to DAF, Kraftwerk, Front 242, … At the age of 15, he bought his first keyboard, the famous Casio CZ-101 and transformed his game-computer, Amiga 500, into his first DAW. Quickly he got experienced with MIDI-integration and sampling functions, which gave him even more urge for buying/selling new material as addition to his current setup. During the same period, his old schoolfriend, RedHead, was co-producing with Marco Bailey. He got in contact with Marco too which led them in 2000 to their first co-release. And this was the start of a big period of releases, included the anthem of \”I Love Techno\” in 2001. Have a look at the discography for the complete overview … In the same year as I Love Techno, Tom started to do live performances. He got more & more experienced and started to play all over the world. His live performance was fully appreciated in countries like Spain, Colombia, Brazil, France, Poland, Sweden, Mexico, Japan, Austria, Italy, Norway, Ireland, … and on many known festivals like Nature One, I Love Techno, City Parade, … In the first period of 2002, Tom also produced his first solo release. In the next 3-4 years he continued to produce tracks on his own as well as his co-production with Marco on respected labels like MB Elektronics, Pornographic Recordings, Rhythm Convert, Northwest Dynamics, Invasion, Fine Audio, Patterns, Lupp, … In 2004, they decided it was time to take the next step, start a label. And so Rhythm Convert was born. Initially, the purpose of the label was to give an opportunity to new talents to release their stuff. Guys like Axel Karakasis, Spiros Kaloumenos, Veztax, … did a very good job to show the people what is was all about. Nowadays, the label is more aimed to produce electro-techno tracks and less oriented towards loopy techno sounds. End 2004, they released their full album, Rude Boy, caused a stirr all over the world. The best proof was their live performance during Nature One @ Pydna were they literally \”blew the place to kingdom come\” ! His current releases on labels like MB Elektronics & Rhythm Convert are oriented in the same way his musical taste changes, more melodic and even sometimes more dramatic music with flavors of techno, minimal, tekhouse and electro. Nowadays, Tom is busy at concentrating in his next step, to develop his \”dj-career\”. In the near future, you can expect dj-sets with dedication and filled with energy, as known from his live-sets, to give his fans the pleasure of clubbing ! But as every self-respected artist, he will never forget his roots, so live-sets will still be part of his main occupation ! In the means of productions, future releases will certainly be done, as well as a second album together with Marco. So keep your eyes open on some new productions, because they will certainly surprise lots of people !!!



Artist: Tom Hades
Tittle: Rhythm Converted Podcast # 048
Rls date: 10.05.2012
Genre: Techno
Source. WEB
Type: Set


Tracklist:
01. Circulation – Turquoise (Guy J Remix) [Mesmeric]
02. Scott Kemp – Guy (Ron Costa Remix) [Entail Records]
03. Marco Bailey – Intense Substance [MB Elektronics]
04. Sin Sin – Frozen Feedback [Ground Factory]
05. Slam & Gary Beck – Verto [Paragraph]
06. Roman Gertz – Big Hook
07. Bodyscrub – Kalendula (Kyle Geiger Remix) [Hidden Recordings]
08. Markus Mehta & Alec Chizhik – Chaos Theory (Rino Cerrone Remix) [Kling Klong]
09. Marc Troit & Michele Ciuoffo – Earthquake (Tom Hades Remix) [Rhythm Converted]
10. Dustin Zahn & Edit Select – Tunnels Pt 1 [Enemy Records]
11. Alberto Pascual – Version
12. Rainer Weichhold – Clap Tone [Kling Klong]
13. Soren Aalberg – Gato Nero (Alexander Kowalski Remix) [Girafe Sauvage]


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Biography of Guy J:

After setting the scene alight with numerous killer singles, Israeli producer Guy J releases his hotly anticipated full length artist album with label heavyweights, Bedrock Records.

Guy J has emerged over the course of the last two years to represent an intrinsic part of the Israeli dance music juggernaut that has been steadily powering through clubland in recent times. Along with fellow countrymen Guy Gerber, Sholmi Aber, Chaim and Gel Abril, Guy has been at the forefront of a movement back towards the melody rich sounds on which House music is based.

Guy’s productions, with their driving beats, shimmering synths and journey-like qualities, embody characteristics from all manner of House music. Guy states “I didn’t set out to write an album – I just wrote tracks when I was in different moods, hence each track having different types of genres, different influences.” He adds, “This is the album I wanted to make… it has a warm sound… it’s very sexy and really tells a story.”

On this, his debut artist album, Guy fully exploits the opportunity to explore the length and breadth of his creative capacity. Alongside the dance floor orientated cuts on which he has built his reputation, Guy straddles moods of ambient, techno and electronica whilst constantly maintaining a melodic and highly emotive core. Anyone who appreciated the majesty of Nathan Fake’s ‘Drowning in a Sea of Love’ will instantly feel at home with ‘Esperanza’, as would fans of the Kompakt or Border Community sound where the focus is first and foremost on musicality.

‘Indigo Fields’ opens up the album perfectly and immediately encapsulates the rich tapestry of sound for which Guy J is famed. Following on, ‘Nebula’ highlights the dancefloor focused underbelly of the album by marrying dark, driving bass with Chicago-influenced synth-stabs that leave you doubtless of Guy’s sonic capabilities. ‘Geko’ again picks up a strand of the classic house blueprint albeit this time in slower and more twisted fashion. Guy’s first single ‘Under Pressure’ appears on the album in a slightly more restrained album version. Flourishes of synthesis and noise appear and disappear as the track travels patiently through peeks and troughs of intensity.

By the time ‘Druma’ jerks into the frame you realise you are experiencing the work of a genuine musical talent. Epic slabs of sound are stacked atop glitchy lo-fi drums which results in a listening experience that simply swallows you whole. Closing track ‘Esperanza’ completes the journey and in archetypal Guy J fashion it’s a musically dense trip that is dynamic enough to keep you hanging until the very last beat.

Hernan Cattaneo, Sasha and Tiga are among Guy’s many supporters thanks to consistently releasing sterling tracks. In support of the album, the three singles ‘Under Pressure’, ‘Geko’ and ‘Mirko’ are all being released through Bedrock Records in the coming weeks and months.

What is without question is that Guy has managed to produce an album that is brimming with soul, a feat which an artist can toil for an entire lifetime hoping to achieve.



Artist: Guy J
Tittle: February Into Ice Mix
Rls date: 08-02-2012
Genre: Tech House, Minimal
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




Something about Joachim Spieth:

Joachim Spieth is a long time champion of leftfield house and techno. Whether through the music he produces himself, or the productions he release on his own Affin imprint, the sounds always operate in their own little pockets away from the norm. It all started with ‘Abi 99’ – one of the earliest 12”s Cologne stable Kompakt ever released. At the time it was supported by legendary UK radio DJ John Peel and, in turn, proved to Joachim the hours he’d spent experimenting with synths and drum machines had paid off. Since then, the German musicophile has never looked back…

In the years since, there have been tracks licensed to The Orb’s Back to Mine compilation, appearances on labels like Traum Schallplatten, Paso and Tongut and a steady stream of remixes for the likes of Michael Mayer, Einmusik and Guy J, all of which have blurred the lines between techno, minimal and house music in the producers own unique way. 

Chief amongst Spieth’s achievements are those of his wide-ranging label, Affin. As well as hosting a regular radio show of the same name on Proton and label nights at clubs across Europe, the imprint has clocked up 100 releases, spawned various Selected compilations (as well as one recently to celebrate its centenary release) and has championed music from artists like Deepchild, Little Fritter, The Dolphins, Truncate, James Hunter and so many more. 

Most recently, the four-year-old outlet has started Affin LTD, a sub-label putting music out on vinyl, with great looking and sounding results. It’s no wonder, then, that revered contemporary DJs like Seth Troxler, Jimpster and Laurent Garnier regularly include Affin records in their sets around the world. 

Spieth himself plays a range of top European clubs each month, impressing crowds at respected venues like Culture Box, Denmark and Cocoon, Frankfurt with his deft blend of groove, melody and atmosphere. With his latest release ‘Sensual’ currently lighting up dancefloors everywhere, a new release backed with Brendon Moeller, Reggy Van Oers and Jamal Moulay remixes ready to go in March 2012, and after a decade in the game, Joachim Spieth is a true pillar of the electronic community



Artist: Joachim Spieth 
Tittle: Affin (Proton Radio) 
Rls date: 10-02-2012
Genre: Tech house, minimal
Source: WEB
Type: Set


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Something about Psycatron:
In 2008 they\’d became the first Irish act to appear on Carl Craig\’s Detroit based Planet E Communications. \’Deeper Shades Of Black\’ was and still is a Berghain anthem that became one of the label\’s biggest selling tracks and turned heads the world over on to this relatively unknown duo. Showcasing a sound that stands head and shoulders above the sea of mediocrity that exists in electronic music today, Psycatron releases are keepers. Tracks that will still deliver in 10 years time when the whole thing has gone full circle for the nth time. They\’ve since delivered two more releases for Planet E with \’She Is Music\’ calling in the talents of Detroit hero Blake Baxter on vocals, while they further consolidated their long term relationship with the label when Carl Craig invited them to perform on the Planet E 20th Anniversary Tour, with label showcases at Berghain and in London all lined up for 2011.

Psycatron\’s ability to deliver timeless classics was further illustrated when legendary Belgian imprint R&S picked up \’Is What It Is\’, a pulsating melodic anthem that had \’end-of-night\’ written all over it and had the likes of Francois K scrambling to sign it for an exclusive mix compilation and amazing feedback coming in from Ewan Pearson to Sasha, Digweed and Derrick May, while Psycatron ended up on a roster of artists at R&S that begins with Aphex Twin and has Joey Beltram and Model 500 among it\’s ranks.

With two huge releases under their belts for two of the world\’s most well respected labels, it wasn\’t long before the remix offers came flooding in. Unkle, Secret Cinema, Alex Long, Vince Watson, The Psychonauts, Blake Baxter, Jamie Anderson & Jerome are among the many high profile names to have undergone the Psycatron treatment. By the end of 2009 they had Depeche Mode\’s Martin L Gore listing them as one of his favourite producers, they had tracks featured on the Essential Mix two weeks running and had interest coming in from all over the globe and gig offers racking up.

Throughout 2010 they appeared at some mammoth electronic festivals, from Detroit (Movement/DEMF) to the Amsterdam Dance Event for Dave Clarke\’s Annual White Noise bash at the Melkweg, while everywhere from Tresor in Berlin to the Rex Club in Paris hosted slightly more intimate club shows. On the release front they deliver 4 EP\’s and 5 remixes, including the follow up to 2009\’s \’Directions\’/\’Tipping Point\’ double-header for Christian Smith\’s supercool Tronic imprint with \’Celestial Symphony\’ marking their second release for the label.

Their increasingly popular Electronic Avenue Podcast hit it\’s first 10000 subscribers as the year drew to a close, while their mixes also appeared on WhiteNoise with Dave Clarke and John Digweed\’s Transitions which is broadcast to 42 countries globally. They rounded off the year with two collaborations, \’Thunder\’ and \’Cloud 9\’ (alongside Paul Woolford) was picked up and released by Sven Vath for his Frankfurt based Cocoon imprint, it featured as an Essential New Tune Contender on Pete Tong\’s BBC Radio 1 Essential Selection for two weeks running and closed Cocoon\’s 2010 release schedule with a bang.

2011 is set-up nicely with remixes of \’She Is Music\’ dropping on Planet E, an ep alongside fellow Irish producer Sian entitled \’Vertigo Of The Modern\’ appearing on John Digweed\’s Bedrock and further EP\’s on the way for Tresor in Berlin and Skryptom from Paris. A second critically acclaimed Transitions mix for John Digweed, podcasts for Data Transmission and Ibiza Voice and appearances on the like of Marc Romboy\’s Systematic Radio should ensure Psycatron\’s year continues where the last one left off. The UK, Ireland, France, Germany, Australia, South America and the Netherlands are all set to play host to the guys over the coming few months while they also settle in to the eight year of their residency at Irish institutions Shine and the Stiff Kitten where they\’ve built a fiercely loyal local following and supported everyone from Sasha and Digweed to Carl Cox, Adam Beyer, Dubfire and Simian Mobile Disco.

Two years worth of consistently well-received productions alongside high-profile club and festival appearances has seen Psycatron stock rise considerably around the world and with 2011 off to a flying start, there are exciting times ahead.


Artist: Psycatron & Nuno dos Santos 

Tittle: Electric Avenue (Proton Radio) 
Rls date: 23-01-2012
Genre: Techno
Source: WEB
Type: Set

Tracklist:

Part 1: Psycatron – Electric Avenue Studio Mix

01 Gabriel Ananda – Pharao [Basmati]
02 Soy Mustafa – Return Of The Anunaki (John Tejada Remix) [Cinematic]
03 Locked Groove – Drowning [Hotflush]
04 Vince Watson – Sequential (Paul Woolford Remix) [Bio]
05 Slam – Area 51 Orig Mix [Drumcode]
06 Max Cooper – Darkroom (John Tejada Remix) [Traum]
07 Adonis (greg Wilson Edit) – No Way Back [Harmless]
08 Moody Man – Dem Young Sconies [Planet E]
09 Dj Simi – Green Twister (Danilo Vigorito Remix) [Sci Tec]
10 Tommy Four Seven – Track 5 (Robert Hood Rmx) [Clr]
11 D/r/u/g/s – Velodrome 2 Original [Moshi Moshi]
12 Romanthony – Bring You Up (Deetron Edit) [Balance Music]
13 Dapayk Solo – Spektakel [Contise]
14 Philippe Petit – Green Original Mix [Knotweed]
15 Carpe Diem – Ian Dunlop

Part 2: Nuno dos Santos – EA Exclusive Mix

01 Emmanuel Top – Dominos [Attack]
02 Santos – Sinus Disco [Rockets & Ponies]
03 Guy J – Solar Flare [Outpost ]
04 Guy J – Soulinarp [Outpost ]
05 Michel Cleis – Running [This Is Music More Music]
06 Nicolas Masseyeff – Yianu [Herzblut]
07 Martin Pattino – Hommage (Joash Remix) [Suara]
08 Nicolas Masseyeff – Back From The Circle [Herzblut]
09 Alexkid – Shesgottoleave (Radioslave Beats) [Freerange]
10 Harmut Kiss – Water Games (Eelke Kleijn Remix) [Definition]
11 Plastikman – Krakpot (Moby Remix) [Minus


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