For its 80th release, Plus 8 offers up the previously unreleased follow-up to the Hardtrax series from 1994. With this EP, Hawtin created a bleepy, deep, minimal four-tracker that still sounds fresh as the morning dew. After spending a decade in the vault, these tracks are a great addition to the Hawtin fan's collection. Read more »
Following his massive album, Cards On The Table, this master of organic tribal mischief returns with another colossal floor-filler geared towards the polyrhythmic ear. Stabbing basslines and delicate keys guard the front side, while Oliver Ho lends a deeper take on the flip. Pure progress. Read more »
Woody McBride is currently one of the world's most sought out techno agents, and this title accurately conveys his demeanor. Furthering the evolution of 303 bass, this EP carries rolling grit with the aid of hypnotically dubbed vocals and a solid yet quickly decaying kick. An ideal way to soothe your dance aneurysm. Read more »
Known for introducing hues of warm synthesized waves, Mr. Squillace appears this time with two original tracks and a remix by both G. Flame and the relentless Advent. This clean production weaves between the lines of powerhouse dancefloor and hypnotic funk, leaving an open palette for track-play or tool-usage. Read more »
The rising Brazilian DJ/producer delivers another solid record on Technasia's sub-label Sino. Driving, energetic, funky techno, the way I like it. I performed with him in Sao Paulo, and besides being a very charismatic and good DJ, he also knows how to produce wicked records. Read more »
Music for the serious dancer. When I first put this on I imagined [late Detroit techno historian] Laura Gavoor out on the floor moving in circles to the hypnotizing rhythms. Great production with five different mixes, although I wish one of them took things into a different direction. Read more »
In collaborating with Only Child, Amp Fiddler gets to step out of the shadow of Kenny Dixon Jr. and provide vocals for this track. The result is a mood fit for a late night in a dark room. The flip features Mantis mixes reminiscent of an early Grant Nelson production. Read more »
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