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DUM Records – Mono Junk vs Freestyle Man – Pata EP – DUM039


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Finnish techno icon Mono Junk aka Kim Rapatti joins forces with Berlin based Freestyle Man aka Klas Sasse Lindblad, known for his productions on classic labels like Sähkö and Moodmusic.
PATA EP starts with the hard hitting techno title ‘Not A Love Story’, haunting vocals, simple synthline, slicing percussion and deep bassdrum, all u need to make an effect, this must be heard in a big sound system. Following with ‘Need Your Lovin’ the EP takes a more electro approach, mesmerising love story with Jupiter-8 bassline and 808 beats accompanied with vocals on this track too by Mr Rapatti.
The EP ends with ‘Stella Polaris’, a production which started as a jam in 2007 in Berlin at Sasse’s Blackhead Studios and was finished 10 years later in 2017 in the same location. Reminiscing of early 90s electronica time when everything was pure and gold and when these fellows also were starting their careers. ‘Stella Polaris’ leaves no one cold with emotional themes of analog synthesis and depth of the bass.
PATA EP is out 15.5.2017 on DUM Records (DUM039) on 12” vinyl. DUM Records selected catalogue is also available in digital form in your favourite download shop.



A1: Not A Love Story

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A2: Need Your Lovin’

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B1: Stella Polaris

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Killekill House Trax- Blake Baxter – Acid Life – KHT008


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KHT 008 is coming from no less than the man who is called “The Prince of Techno” by his peers.
And that is for a reason: Blake was part of the first wave of Detroit techno artists and dis and contributed to the techno movement from the mid 80s. Tracks like “When a dream becomes U” or “Our love” are milestones of electronic music, his style, which he calls “Poetry and Rhythm” is distinctive. For Killekill House Trax he delivers the Acid Life EP which comes along with two strong, acid driven tracks, the A-side darker and more chicago-oriented with its rhythmical focus and the punchy kick, the B-side more Detroit-ish with its uplifting chords.
Timeless!



A: Detroit Fades Into Acid

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B: The World Is Acid

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Lunar Disko Records – Various Artists – Time Marches On (Part 1) – LDR_20


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Lunar Disko presents…
Time Marches On (Part 1)
Time marches on with two Various Artist EPs to celebrate the 20th release on Lunar Disko Records. Eight tracks encompassing the modus operandi of the label since the beginnings…
Part 1 features three Lunar Disko favourites in the form of John Heckle, 214, and VC-118A, alongside a label debut from upcoming Dublin producer Conan_ aka Conan O’ Donnell. Detroit influenced electro and techno on the A-side, while the B-side transports the listener into deeper electro soundscapes.
..and time…is still marching on…



A1: John Heckle – Steel Sky

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A2: Conan_ – Neptune Racing

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B1: 214 – Deep Ellum

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B2: VC-118A – Face the Waves

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Research and Waves – Sebastian Reuschel – Blank Out – RAW [0.1,y,0.75]


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The first release in a series of 12″ records developed in collaboration between Research and Waves and ZCKR Records.
Constructed from 800 sampled lead out grooves, each lasting for 1.8 seconds, Sebastian Reuschels piece Blank Out is an intense texture of sound, converging repetitive rhythm and constant change.



A: Untitled

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B: Untitled

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Vanta Series – Alex Cortex – NEAR – VANTA004


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Vanta 004 comes from Alex Cortex, an artist who has been producing music for over 20 years now and who has been featured on many Killekill releases already.
For this release he delivers two monumental tracks in his very own aesthetics: although both tracks are straight at first sight, their complex beat structure makes them shift and drift. And also their sound is distinctive: crystal clear and without any of the reverbs that you hear so often in modern techno they still have an incredible depth and sound more psychedelic than most of the other stuff that you hear nowadays. Killer!



A1: Alex Cortex – Mindconcern

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B1: Alex Cortex – Troy

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