Posts tagged "acid techno"

The Chemical Brothers – No Reason

With the 90s resurgence and Y2K nostalgia continuing to dominate the cultural landscape, the resurgence of significant electronic music acts whose sound defined dance through that decade is unsurprising. From Orbital to Leftfield, the past year has seen many of these iconic acts re-enter the chat with new bodies of

Someone with the status that British techno icon and Ibiza legend Carl Cox has doesn’t necessarily have to release albums. Aside from this being the streaming age, where singles are more lucrative, Cox’s bread and butter are his lauded live sets and residencies. He is, without question, one of the

In the decade since his last solo LP, Marcel Dettman has solidified his status as an icon in underground techno. His position as Berghain resident and work with legendary labels such as Ostgut Ton and his own MDR and Bad Manners has made him one of the most influential artists

Taken from her upcoming debut EP Fuoriorario, out tomorrow on Evar Records, on The Darkness Within, Italy’s NARA offers a full display of her skills in spatial music making. Taking hard hitting, big room techno a step further, NARA turns her demented production into a 3D rendering of madness. A

German duo Schwefelgelb have always preferred to refer to their techno as ‘body music.’ Indeed, theirs is one of the most programmed to propulsive to come out of Berlin, full of heart pounding bass and incessant, relentless beats. Their body music takes no prisoners, and has always done so by

Helena Hauff doesn’t half-arse things easily. In the past few years, the Hamburg DJ and producer has earned a reputation for playing and creating some of the hardest hitting electronic music around. In the words of mixmag, this is music that favours “raw and incendiary sounds.” Her latest single, Touching Plastic,

New York’s WTCHCRFT forms part of a new guard of young Black innovators connecting the dots between the history of Black dance music and the future. In particular, he’s casting spells by morphing acid house and techno into rapid-fire, often filthy club formulations. His pivot from downtempo trap to mind-melting

This week’s roundup take us to versions of dystopian futures, explores the trans/human, and delves into the undeniable euphoria of, well, weird dance music. Listen below: Follow our Roundup Selections playlist on Spotify to stay updated on what we have on repeat. ARP – New Pleasures  American producer ARP’s latest

Kicking off our new podcast series is none other than techno icon Ellen Allien. A generational visionary, she has always looked to the future for inspiration, carving her own path in the world of techno and the Berlin dance scene as DJ, musician, label-manager and creative all rounder. Unable to

Of all hyperpop and alt-pop’s current graduating class, perhaps no one truly loves pop music more than Sonikku. The London producer’s somewhat nerdy passion for the genre has seen him synthesise the dance pop of his wildest dreams with the giddy excitement of a child in a candy store. Cutting

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