Posts tagged "hard techno"

Enrico Sangiuliano, Charlotte de Witte – Reflection

Enrico Sangiuliano and Charlotte de Witte, the power couple of techno, have finally unleashed their long-awaited collaborative EP, Reflection. Following their viral remix of Age of Love, the EP is a high-octane club-focused affair that showcases de Witte’s frenzied sensibilities and Sangiuliano’s polished finesse. Released under Sangiuliano’s NINETOZERO label, Reflection

For those introduced to Nene H during the cycle of her debut album, Ali, you may associate her most closely with a style of techno that takes hard hitting austerity, and stirs it up with atmospheric ambience rooted in cultural pathos and emotional gravitas. The blue-tinged world of Ali, a

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

Last year, Berlin by way of Istanbul DJ and producer Nene H released her debut album and one of the most poignant techno releases in recent memory. A cenotaph to her father, Ali was a work rooted in grief but which confronted grief’s lesser seen faces. The grief Nene H

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,

There’s something about Luke Slater’s techno that feels as if it has evolved beyond the dancefloor. As the icon himself has honed in on his craft and sonic sensibilities, layers have been revealed about what exactly makes him, and his 4/4s, tick. He’s obsessed, it seems, with the senses. His

Berlin’s Gegen, a queer focussed nightlife collective and label, have released their third compilation, SPHINX. The compilation features four original techno productions from Gegen affiliated acts.  Artists contributing to the compilation include Berlin’s Christian Marras, who opens the set with industrial techno track Asymmetric, and the UK’s JocFarr. The B-side

From hard hitting techno by an old master, to gorgeous covers of forgotten gems, we roundup our favourite releases of the week. Listen below. Follow our Roundup Selections playlist on Spotify to stay updated on what we have on repeat. Shygirl, Arca – Come For Me The second single off

Image: NON NON NON Electronic music has a long history of being the medium of choice for trans artists. From as far back as 1968 when Wendy Carlos played the works of Bach by way of a Moog synthesiser, there’s been something about the modulation of current into sound that

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