Xhin (pronounced as \”sheen\”) has been crafting ominous cuts of cutting-edge electronic music since 1997. Building a forte in sound design, he is best described as a sound futurist. His identical rhythmic structure and compositional techniques which incorporate elements of techno, tight sub bass, ambient and IDM delivers a hint of chaotic soundscape amidst artistry. A Singaporean by birth and residence, he independently released \”Xycle\”, a self-promotional ep that made the industry to stand up to take notice, in early 2003. He then followed with his debut album, \”Supersonicstate\” the following year.

In 2006, his talent has been discovered by a German independent record label Meerestief. With a remix that he has done for Dublin\’s Five Green Circle\’s track entitled Ronan\’s BBQ has created a storm over Europe. Praised, supported and charted by heavy weights from the world of electronic music. Then in 2009, Xhin has found a new home. He joined Berlin\’s then new techno label, Stroboscopic Artefacts to release his dark, intense and experimental side of things. From the results of his new releases for the label, he has done it again. Heavy rotation from the big boys like Speedy J, Luke Slater, Ben Klock and many more to mention. This will be yet again the beginning of an old new direction for him to explore and experiment sounds even deeper for his future releases.
So what\’s new and exciting coming out of his bag? A long awaited 3rd album since his 2nd one entitled Greyscale for Meerestief is set to be released on Stroboscopic Artefacts some time in late 2011.
Artist: Xhin

Tittle: @ Rhythm Factory (London)
Rls date: 07.09.2012
Genre: Techno
Source: WEB
Type: Set

Tracklist:
1. Sandoz in Dub – Straight Forward Rasta
2. CUB – CU 1
3. The Black Dog – High Rise Choir Reprise
4. Ross Alexander – Chasm
5. Oscar Mulero – Reverberation
6. Mr. G – ID
7. D. Carbone – Abnormal Distortion
8. Steve Fuse – Down With Earth
9. Tampa – Is It Usual
10. British Murder Boys – Rule By Law
11. Xhin – Blinding Truth
12. Xhin – Untitled
13. MOTOR feat. Gary Numan – Pleasure In Heaven – Xhin Remix
14. Clouds – Consciousness
15. Dave Clarke – Before I Was Rudely Interupted – Part 1 (For The Floor)
16. Xhin – Tool
17. Dead Sound – Bring It Up A Little – Xhin Remix
18. Xhin – Asymmetrical Four
19. Jose Pouj – The Structure
20. Blawan – Shader
21. Makoto – Skyline
22. FLR – Part X – DJ Zank Remix
23. James Ruskin, Mark Broom – Black Lines
24. Phase – Binary Opposition – Process 1
25. Truss – Hackney
26. Electric Rescue – I\’m A Serial Killer
27. Depeche Mode – Enjoy The Silence
28. Paul Woolford, Psycatron – Stolen (Dub Mix 2)
29. Bleak – Ekko
30. CLS – Can You Feel It – In House Dub
31. Dave Clarke – Just Ride

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SPEKTRE weaves an intrepid, complex web amongst underground dance music’s elite. The techno brainchild of DJs/producers Filthy Rich and Paul Maddox, the dark duo was formed through a shared passion for driving electronic music and a mutual desire to push sound boundaries using the most cutting edge technology available. The fusion of their combined experience in the studio allows them to construct dark, sinister sounds mixed with twisted, haunting vocals and unnerving, atmospheric foundations.
Always innovative, their sinful sound draws inspiration from early looping detroit techno from the likes of Joey Beltram and R&S releases, combined with an amalgamation of much more recent production masterminds such as Dubfire, Martin Buttrich, Trentemoller and Stephan Bodzin. High rulers in the underground scene, their live shows feature rave-inspired, melodic, razor-sharp beats and their menacing releases hold the key to packing out hot, sweaty, dance floors every weekend.
Spektre’s web is a permanent fixture nestling snugly in the corner of the studio. As producers they more often than not hover comfortably in Beatport’s top 10 listings, with their tracks being released on prestigious labels such as Yoshitoshi, Great Stuff, Dekadent Schallplatten, Dance Electic, 303 Lovers and Weave, plus remixes on Craft, Audio Therapy, John Henry and Spectrum amongst a whole host of others. In addition, their tracks have featured on Renaissance and Umek compilations and their ‘Live At Glade Festival’ album was released via VeryVeryVeryWrongIndeed in 2009. Spektre’s production is supported by some of techno’s biggest pioneers including Carl Cox, Sven Vath, Richie Hawtin, Dubfire and James Zabiela. They have had recent features in Mixmag, DJ and IDJ magazines, with DJ mag dubbing them “the home-grown producers, tipped to give Berlin’s minimal crowd a run for their money.”
On the road, Spektre pack in a very hectic itinerary, wowing Spektre hungry crowds worldwide in countries including Mexico, the United States, Ukraine, Spain, Greece, Israel, Romania, Germany, Austria, Portugal and the Netherlands. On home turf, they’ve notably been booked by London’s Matter, Ministry of Sound and the SW4 festival official after-party with Eric Prydz – Spektre’s dedicated following is growing at an unstoppable pace.

The newest silk thread to be concocted and brought into Spektre’s web is the highly anticipated and awaited launch of their ‘Respekt’ imprint. A fresh and exciting new label concept that will serve as a platform for exclusive Spektre productions as well as a breeding ground for upcoming talent. With two single releases on the horizon before the year’s end, the tracks see Spektre collaborating with Matt Cooper on ‘Cuenos Cubanos’. Following this will be their solo ‘From The Deep EP’ and their first studio album will finally drop in Spring 2010 and is guaranteed to awaken the senses of any credible music lover.
As they carefully weave their way, carving out a name as leaders of dance music’s underground pack, the gruesome twosome promise unrivalled aural delights in the coming months and, as they say “EXPEKT THE UNEXSPEKTED”

Artist: Spektre
Tittle: Mutual Respekt #059
Rls date: 07.09.2012
Genre: Techno
Release/catalogue number: MR059
Source: WEB
Type: Set

Tracklist:
01. Spektre – Together (Spektre\’s Jesse Jackson Intro) [Craft]
02. Spektre & Christian Cambas – Drums of Navarone [Kombination Research]
03. Spartaque – Egomaniac [Respekt]
04. Mikael Jonasson – Prankster (Spektre Remix) [Respekt]
05. Christian Fischer – Art Collective (Spektre Remix) [Definitive]
06. Tom Laws – Twisted Cabaret [!Organism]
07. Spektre – Turbine (Original Mix) [Toolroom]
08. Spektre – Lexicon Lost [1605]
09. Redhead – Try It [Respekt]
10. Psycatron & Detroit Grand Pubahs – NvrSayNvr [Delicacies]
11. Mr Jones – Zoom 42.0 [The Public Stand]
12. UMSD – Ride The Waves (Spekre Remix)


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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: Sleaze Podcast #020
Rls date: 24.05.2012
Genre: Techno
Source: WEB
Type: Set


Tracklist:
1. Parallel 9 – Magnetic Reversal
2. Tom Hades – Warlocks
3. Secluded – Provoke (Shifted Remix)
4. Detroit Grand Pubahs & Psycatron – NVRSAYNVR (Dustin Zahn Remix)
5. Cari Lekebusch – Slajdmedel
6. Tom Hades – Serendipity
7. Alan Fitzpatrick – Promotheus
8. Marco Bailey & Tom Hades – Realm
9. Gary Beck – Hillview
10. Sin Sin – Frozen Feedback
11. Tom Hades – Together Divided
12. Tom Hades – Jeannie


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Many times, biographies of techno acts start by singing their praise of an extremely early, extraordinary talent on synthesizers and other electronic devices. In Heron’s case, things are different: Because Martin Spittel has been shaped musically since his childhood, the influences were as diverse as music can be. On one side, there was his grandfather, who played various instruments, and to whom young Martin related closest to and whose influence still lasts until today. On the other side there were his cousins who were not much older than himself, enthusiastic about AC/DC, and band members themselves. Over the course of the following years, he explored the diversity of Black, Death and Trash Metal, EBM and Industrial, right up to Detroit Techno.
Ever since then, Heron\’s environment served as compensation to fierce parties and expanding his musical horizon. This symbiosis from the love of nature and the musical influences from his early childhood are a direct reflection of Heron’s entire life. Following the scream of the waders (limicoline birds), he moved to picturesque island Norderney in 2005. There, exploring the island’s national park, he decided to live up to his enthusiasm about nature by going to study landscape ecology at the University of Münster. It turned out: The relocation to Münster was the initial spark for his career; the months in Norderney were inspiration for the name of his label “Limikola” which was founded in late 2008 and now enjoys enormous support by both DJs and fans.
After launching his now very successful °Schaltkreis-parties with four friends in mid-2007, everything went quickly: His first own radio show “The Grasshopper Warbler”, contacts to prominent players like Someone Else and Heartthrob, and finally the moment in early 2008 during the season’s opening at Time Warp, when Richie Hawtin played all three tracks from Heron’s Retro EP. It was merely his second EP, released on a netlabel (Minisome), and it became immediately successful. A knightly accolade. The two have been in touch regularly since.
The journey that Heron started lead to his bombshell track “Welcome to the Adventure Club” that charted in the Beatport charts in 2008, and continued with remixes and releases for Synewave, Supdub, Swap, micro.fon, Prosthetic Pressings and Sleaze Records. In 2010, it culminated with a tour across North America during the summer.
In 2011 his label Limikola started getting bigger – including a huge support by remixers like Troy Pierce, Heartthrob, Miro Pajic and lots of more. Besides this project other ideas grew up, the focus on his old school roots got more and more strong. With remixes for Damon Wild\’s Techno classic \”Avion\”, Tim Grothe and Ziel100 he showed the crowd where he comes from.
Upcoming releases on DJ Pierre\’s label Afro Acid – Chicago\’s Acid House legend – , Hans Bouffmyhre\’s label Sleaze are already on the schedule – and much more stuff is coming up…

Artist: Heron 

Tittle: Living Techno Exclusive Mix: Heron
Rls date: 21.05.2012
Genre: Techno
Source: WEB
Type: Dj Set


Tracklist:

DJ Rush – Make\’n Love
Detroit Grand Pubahs & Psycatron – Nvrsaynvr (Dustin Zahn Monolith Remix)
Roberto Capuano – Oblique
Tom Hades – Walk Alone (Roberto Capuano Remix)
Raphael Dincsoy & Robin Hirte – Knock! Knock!
Cari Lekebusch – Mad Poet (Secret Mix)
Cari Lekebusch & Gene Hunt – Pain In My Mind
Mark Broom – Satellite (Mix One)
Psyk – Second Trail
Gecko – Just Close Your Eyes
Gecko, Heckmann – Out Of Mind
IR – 808 Horizon

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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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Biography of Psycatron:

You\’d be forgiven for wondering just where Psycatron have sprung from over the past few years to their current position as one of the leaders of a new school of techno on the international electronic scene. Currently one of the most in-demand Irish production outfits, live acts and DJs, their discography is beginning to read like an A to Z of the world\’s finest labels, while their tour schedule reflects the ever-growing number of fans honing in on Psycatron\’s forward-thinking take on techno. Although difficult to define, their sound has it\’s roots based somewhere between the dance music capitals of Detroit and Berlin, but it\’s Psycatron\’s distinctive Western European take on things that makes them stand out and peddle their own groove, regardless of what\’s flavour of the month.

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 & Dave Clarke 
Tittle: Electric Avenue (Proton Radio) 
Rls date: 24-10-2011
Genre: Techno
Source: WEB
Type: Set


Tracklist:


Psycatron
01. Glimpse – If I Was Your Girl [Crosstown Rebels]
02. Uner – Bass Boot [Diynamix]
03. Laurie Anderson – Language Of The Future
04. Marc Ashken & Matt Tolfrey – Babygirl [Daniel Sanchez Mix]
05. Deepchild – Backroom [Kink Remix]
06. Losoul – 000000
07. Psycatron Ft Blake Baxter – She Is Music [Accapella (planet E)]
08. Jordan Fields – Textures [Edit]
09. Tim Wolff – We Gingen Weel Eens Door
10. Frankie Goes To Hollywood – Welcome To The Pleasuredome [Leo Zero & Timo Garcia Mix]
11. Maurica Galaktika – Dimensiones Imposibles [Pezzner Remix]
12. Mirko Loko – Love Harmonic [Carl Craig Remix]
13. Optional Feast – Zahyara
14. Bob Holroyd – African Drug [Four Tet Remix]
15. Corrugated Tunnel – Transist [Chymera Mix]

Dave Clarke
01. Wilko – Work Ya Body (Darren Rice Remix)
02. The Nighttripper – Tone Explotation (Ben Sims Remix)
03. Spark Taberner – Huisbaas
04. Fast Eddie – Clap Your Hands (Alanis Edit)
05. Orlando Voorn – Wiggle
06. Tim Wolff – Angular
07. Mr. Jones – Armory
08. Bobmo – Hardbells (Strip Steve & Das Glow Remix)
09. Umek – Lanicor (Christian Smith Remix)
10. Kris Menace & Dj Pierre – Alpha Omega 2012 Feat Dj Phuture
11. Stephan Bodzin Vs Marc Romboy – Puck (Chris Liebing Remix)
12. Joseph Mcgeechan – Identity (Mike Humphries Remake)
13. Bas Mooy – Krull
14. Depeche Mode – Dream On Dc Rmx
15. Spark Taberner – Slave
16. Adam Jay – 54 Hurtz
17. Dave The Drummer – Phantom Power (Mike Humphries Remix)
18. Mike Humphries – Tactical Recon (Spark Taberner Remix)


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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 (Planet E Recordings)
Tittle: @ Electric Ballroom Area, Oxegen Festival 2011
Genre: Techno
Source: Web
Type: Set
Rls date: 2011
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Length: 00:56:40 minutes

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Since then she’s supplied killer tracks for labels like 8Sided Dice, Kling Klong, Monique Musique and Waveform Recordings, while remixing names including Santos, Martin Eyer, Mauro Picotto and Fergie.

Pretty much a perfect start to an artist career that began relatively recently.

Hitting New York after a youth spent in Africa and the Middle East, Nicole initially explored her passion for electronic music as a promoter, bringing the NYC style parties she loved to Beirut for the first time, then booking huge acts for her Soundworx nights at London’s legendary Turnmills club and running Southeast Recordings. 
But it was the decision to dive in and start to DJ and make music herself that was proven the most important. Once she unleashed her creativity, everything simply went ‘boom’. 

Carl Cox identified her as exactly the kind of fresh talent he wanted to playing at his weekly nights at Space in Ibiza, where Nicole has since DJed regularly alongside him for the last 3 seasons.

Requests for guest mixes on both Carl and John Digweed’s internationally syndicated radio shows followed, as did the endorsement of Pete Tong, who named Nicole a rising star on BBC Radio 1’s Essential Selection.

Her tracks picked up the support of yet more DJ royalty like Richie Hawtin, Adam Beyer, Loco Dice and Danny Tenaglia, who was so impressed when he DJed with Nicole that the two of them have been working together both in the studio and on throwing an incredible outdoor party at Ushuaia in Ibiza.

With further residencies in Ibiza – the place she now calls home – and Cologne, plus recent high profile gigs at Ministry of Sound and the SW4 festival in London plus the Dance.Here.Now Festival in New York, her reputation for groovy main room mastery has really taken hold.

Meanwhile plans for a launching a label of her own, plus a mix and tour for the hugely influential Global Underground series are all under way.



Artist: Nicole Moudaber 
Tittle: Elektronic Force Podcast 047 
Rls date: 03-11-2011
Source: WEB
Type: Set
Genre: Techno


Tracklist:
01.Nicole Moudaber – Break It [Kling Klong]
02.Kaiserdisco – Chinese Junk [Drumcode]
03.Nicole Moudaber – The Reason Why [Intec]
04.Psycatron – Directions (Matt Nordstrom & Orlando Villegas Remix) [Tronic]
05.Bart Skills – Burnin [100% Pure]
06.Alex Dolby & Santos – Raw Road (Carlo Lio Remix) [Rawthentic]
07.Ron Costa – La Cage Invisible [Local Music]
08.Nicole Moudaber – Tears Of Civet


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Psycatron Biography:
You\’d be forgiven for wondering just where Psycatron have sprung from over the past few years to their current position as one of the leaders of a new school of techno on the international electronic scene. Currently one of the most in-demand Irish production outfits, live acts and DJs, their discography is beginning to read like an A to Z of the world\’s finest labels, while their tour schedule reflects the ever-growing number of fans honing in on Psycatron\’s forward-thinking take on techno. Although difficult to define, their sound has it\’s roots based somewhere between the dance music capitals of Detroit and Berlin, but it\’s Psycatron\’s distinctive Western European take on things that makes them stand out and peddle their own groove, regardless of what\’s flavour of the month.

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.


Artist: Psycatron 
Tittle: Electric Deluxe Podcast 047 
Genre: Techno
Rls date: 03-07-2011
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Type: Set


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Something about Tom Hades:

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 #024
Rls date: 24-11-2011
Genre: Techno
Source: WEB
Type: Set


Tracklist:
01. Par Grindvik & Billie – Hold Doubt Back
02. The Advent – Higher Learning [H-Productions]
03. Roman Gertz – Big Hook
04. Matt Minimal – Acid [Nutempo]
05. Marco Bailey – Greedy Convention [MB Elektronics]
06. Tom Hades – White Colon
07. Sasha Carassi – Lateral Pressure [Respekt]
08. Gary Beck – Distant
09. Tom Hades – Blue Mistakes
10. Marco Asoleda – Bordeaux Trip (Tom Hades Remix) [Amazone]
11. Dirty Doering – Loco (Alexander Kowalski Remix)
12. Spooky – Polymorph (Psycatron Remix) [microCastle]


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Something about Marco Bailey:

Marco grew up in a small village in Belgium. Nothing much happened there really, but he did learn that one doesn\’t achieve much without working hard. He is a true hedonist but a workaholic as well. Marco loves to work hard and spin records as much as possible; sleeping is for later. Therefore, his colleagues know him for his no-nonsense kick-ass mentality.

At the age of 12, Marco wanted nothing more than to become a sportsman since motocross and competitive cycling were his passions until injuries made it impossible to continue and Marco soon had a new obsession – music, then shortly after that DJing, his burning, all-consuming drive could only be calmed by getting into music. A positive result of this is seen on a daily basis in the studio, where together with his best friend Tom Hades he works on tracks and DJ sets, puzzling just as long as it takes to get it to sound right and release the right energy. Marco calls this his \’positive disorder\’, positive because it gives meaning to his life. He is constantly on the road or at work in the studio and doesn\’t take his job lightly. He invests all of his energy to make sure he can give the best possible performance to his audiences all around the world.

Having a superstar status in Belgium, he travels the world playing the biggest events as well as the small intimate clubs. His mixture of party techno, minimal and electronic house means he is a permanent fixture at all major European festivals and clubs. With love, hard work and fantastic sounds he has succeeded in gaining worldwide recognition. Playing events like Extrema Outdoor (NL), Awakenings (NL), I Love Techno (BE), Nature One (DE), Wire (JP), Monegros (SP) and clubs such as Zouk (SG), Ageha (JP), Space (ES), Industrial Copera (ES) and Chinese Laundry (AU) he has made clear that he still is a big force to reckon with.
Killer releases on Intec Records, Primate, Zync & Tortured, confirmed his strong reputation as a producer over the last eight years. He has since set up MB Elektronics & MB Selektions to release high quality music and remixes by none other than Adam Beyer, Umek, Ben Sims, Smith & Selway, Claude Young, Christian Varela, Redhead, Axel Karakasis and Takaaki Itoh. November 2009 saw the MB labels 55th release.

In 2000 he joined forces with Christian Varela to set up Pornographic Recordings, a respected outlet to give unknown talent a chance to release their music. After a short hiatus where both parties concentrated on their own careers the label is back up and running with releases from Joseph Capriati and Cristian Varela. The Pornographic parties, which are a great success in Spain, are continuing to become bigger and better around the world.
Marco Bailey does not like to think in boxes but more outside the box. Although he has an expansive taste in music, techno keeps intriguing him. Despite techno growing into a bigger genre with its sub-styles in minimal, tech house and hard techno, he still discovers fascinating records in every style. This is the reason Marco\’s sound is so diverse and surprising.

A slight change of both his production and DJ-ing styles has led to recent releases on John Digweed\’s forward-thinking Bedrock Records (‘Jungle Laps’, October 2009 / ‘Watergate EP’, January 2010 / ‘Rayavadee’ with Tom Hades, April 2010), with a new artist album due on the label in February 2011.

2010 has given Marco so many happy memories. Whether it be Marco’s shows with Carl Cox at Space Ibiza and Brixton Academy London, or the landmark of celebrating 60 releases on MB Elektronic’s with Marco’s ‘The Sixtieth’ compilation, or the honour of being voted 20th most popular DJ in Japan by the influential Loud Magazine. Most recently, Marco has releases currently available on Spektre’s Respekt Recordings (‘Sweet Narcoses EP’) and Fergie’s Rekluse label (‘Acid Sop’). Both EP’s are collaborations with Tom Hades and should keep the floors rocking over the New Year period with their heavy intense grooves and playful melodies. To finish the year off perfectly, Marco’s weekly ‘MB Elektronik Force’ radio show is now available worldwide as a podcast via iTunes.

Artist: Marco Bailey 

Tittle: Elektronic Force Podcast 051
Rls date: 01-12-2011
Genre: Techno
Source: WEB
Type: Set


Tracklist:


01. Marco Bailey – Lotus (Alexander Kowalski Remix) [Bedrock]
02. Marco Bailey – K4West [Bedrock]
03. Psycatron – Memories (John Digweed & Nick Muir Remix) [Bedrock]
04. Pig & Dan – Love Song (Gustavo Bravetti Remix)
05. Soren Aalberg – Vers Votre Fin [MB Elektronics]
06. Sian & Psycatron – Chinese Latern (Samuel L Session Tribal Mix)
07. Redhead – Autostart
08. Klaudia Gawlas – DRZ (Marco Bailey Remix)
09. Leghau – Toy 1 [Figure]
10. Echo Vacio – Blured Vision (Tom Hades Remix) [Rhythm Converted]
11. Soren Aalberg – Optag Mit Sind [MB Elektronics]
12. Nihad Tule & Bauri – Metal


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It´s Monday the 14th of November and CLR are pleased to welcome techno legend Ben Sims for the very first time on this week´s podcast. Ben has prepared a studio set of two hours duration, which features plenty of new and currently unreleased material, a couple of exclusive edits, many of Ben´s favourite tracks from 2011 plus a few oldies and, of course, a couple of cuts from his recently released \’Smoke & Mirrors\’ album on \’Drumcode\’. The mix is inspired by a set he played at a \’Machine\’ party in London on Oct 28th where he only played new or unreleased tracks.
After more than two highly successful decades in the business and running nine different labels over the years, he is still one of the biggest techno exports from the UK and a much in demand producer with no intention of slowing down.



Artist: Ben Sims
Tittle: CLR Podcast # 142
Rls date: 14-11-2011
Genre: Techno
Source: WEB
Type: Set


Tracklist:

Craig McWhinney – Ground Control – Haul
Ben Sims – Powersurge 2 – Unreleased
Gerry Read – Legs – Fourth Wave
John Swing – Rollin\’ – Relative
Shlomi Aber – Sketches/Dj Sneak Remix – Ovum
Leonid Nevermind – Thymus Stimulator/Remix – Nowar
Ed Davenport – New Yorkshire/Club Dub – NRK
Kris Wadsworth – Deep Inside – Dark Energy
Kyle Geiger & Bobby Dowell – Just A Memory/Jerome Sydenham Remix – DFR
Woolford & Psycatron – Stolen/Dub 1 – Hot Flush
WK7 – The Avalanch – Power House
Vril – UV -Ostgut Ton
Marcel Fengler – Thwack/P.A.S. Remix – Mote Evolver
Marcelus – 24-7 – Ann Aimee
Pacou – Connection – Tresor
Inigo Kennedy – Revenge – Token
Nikola Gala – Oasy – Claap
The Nighttripper – Phuture/Robert Hood – Underground Liberation
Gerry Read – Untitled – Fourth Wave
Head High – It\’s A Love Thing/ Power Cut- Power House
Oscar mulero – 46 /Regis Remix – Warm Up
Truncate – Pad Mode/Jerome Sydenham Remix – Enemy
Lee Holman – Kawl 2.1/Elliot Dodge remix – Kawl
Funk D\’Void – Jack Me Off/Ben Sims Remix – Soma
Planetary Assault Systems – G.T/Function & Sydenham Remix – Mote Evolver
Exium – Complex/Rolando Remix – Pole
K-Hand – These Sounds Lead The Way – Gorsch
Dimi Angelis & Jeroen Search – Klappert/Sims \’JFF\’ Edit – Unreleased
Mark Broom – Mash Up – Unreleased
Lighter Thief – Like Dat – Beard man
Ben Sims – Living In the City/Orlando Voorn Remix – Theory
Robert Hood – The Family – M-Plant
Shinedoe – Sweet & Sour – Intacto
Ben Sims – New Blood – Theory
Ben Sims feat Blake Baxter – I Wanna Go back – Drumcode
SP-X – X_5684 1 – Time To Express
Planetary Assault Systems – Black Tea – Ostgut Ton
Sawf – Unrhythm/Marcel Fengler Remix – Perctrax
Ben Sims – Slow Motion/Skudge Remix – Theory
Peter Van Hoesen – Last One At 1080 – Ann Aimee
Floorplan – Baby, Baby -M-Plant
Justin Berkovi – Newmatic/Ben Sims Remix – Prosthetic Pressings
Club MCM – CLUB MCM/Mark Broom Edit – Unreleased
Italoboyz – Zinga – Get Physical
Developer – Migrations – Modularz
Ben Sims – The Parade – Drumcode
DJ T-1000 – The Revenge/A Paul Remix – Pure Sonik
Mark Broom – The Jacking Zone – Beard man
Kirk Degiorgio – Machine Theme/Ben Sims Remix – Machine
Samuel Fach – Discore – Tonkind
Tommy Four Seven – Track 5/Robert Hood Remix – CLR
Stephen Brown – Ben Beats 1 – Unreleased
Inner City – Future/Kenny Larkin \’Tension\’ Remix – KMS
Ben Sims – Love N\’ Hurt/Gary Beck Remix – Hardgroove
Ben Klock – Red Alert/Sims \’JFF\’ Edit – Unreleased
Ben Sims – The Afterparty – Drumcode
Ben Sims – Machine Funk – Drumcode
Ben Sims – Living In The City/Ritzi Lee Remix – Theory
The Fear Ratio – Mas – Blueprint



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