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://about blank – NX1 / Stephanie Sykes / Jay Quentin – ://about blank 004 – ://ab004


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After the last release, that was more house-oriented, we can say – in a nutshell – that the upcoming ://ab004 is about: techno!
With their piece AB1, NX1 take a powerful, break-fueled percussive line, keeping an eye on the big floor with their huge reverb rooms, while STEPHANIE SYKES, who grew so close to our hearts, presents a real peak time-slammer with her track BLUR, that definitely references to her brimming, energetic DJ sets.
JAY QUENTIN, also a friend of the club for many years, nourishes a lotz of warmth and depth in his track INFORMATION SUPERHIGH, which remains still pushing enough for the dancefloor – perfect for a special B side.
Rave on, Ravers!



A1: NX1 – ab1

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A2: Stephanie Sykes – blur

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B: Jay Quentin – information superhighway

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HER DAMIT Tonarchiv – Bleak & Oliver Deutschmann – The Source 1/4 – HDT01


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Das HER DAMIT Tonarchiv zeichnet den Sound des Festivals auf und startet die Archivierung mit einer vierteiligen Serie. Auf der Logoseite vertont Bleak den nächtlichen Bunkerfloor mit „Poly Invaders“ und „Lovecraf Function“, zwei effektiven Techno-Workouts aus nachdrücklichen Percussions gepaart mit atmosphärischem Tiefgang. Oliver Deutschmann zeigt mit seinem Ambient-Track „The Source“ den Bunkerfloor im Morgennebel, während sich die freundlich treibende Techno- Exkursion „Space Unfolding“ über dem aufheizten Betonfloor aufblättert. Ein Moment, bei dem sich Ausgeschlafene wie Durchgefeierte einig sind.

#HER DAMIT Tonarchiv aims to document the sound of the HER DAMIT festival and kicks things off with a four-part vinyl series. Located on the logo side is Bleak who scores the nightly bunker floor with “Poly Invaders” and “Lovecraf Function“ – two highly effective techno workouts made of punchy percussions tied up with atmospheric depth.
On the info side of the record Oliver Deutschmann’s “The Source” portraits the bunker floor filled with morning fog, while his friendly techno driver “Space Unfolding” evolves upon the heated concrete dancefloor.
A moment where the breakfast and all-nighter crew sing from the same hymn sheet.



01: Bleak – Poly Invaders

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02: Bleak – Lovecraft Function

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03: Oliver Deutschmann – The Source

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04: Oliver Deutschmann – Space Unfolding

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Killekill House Trax – Various Artists – Killekill Ghetto House Trax – KHT010


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The raw jacking sexiness of Ghetto House has always played a big role in the Killekill universe. So it’s high time to put out our first release which goes that direction. Italian Andrew Soul is an artist we have been watching for a while already. When he sent the demo with the extremely raw and dirty tunes that you find on the A-side of this 12″, the decision was easy: Killer stuff which makes you bounce immediately – We want to put this out!
The B-side comes from Dirtbox, who is also one half of Snuff Crew and therefore has been part of the Killekill family for a while already. Actually almost from the start. Being the musical wizard he is, he can not only make house and acid music and anything else you could think of, but also class A Ghetto House. Maybe even more classic than Andrew Soul’s side but ranging from the percussive style of SMMFD and Work That to the raw energy of Fukk it is definitely in no way less original.
Shake dat ass!



A1: Andrew Soul – All Night

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A2: Andrew Soul – Do Ur Duty

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A3: Andrew Soul – Dirty Bike

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B1: Dirtbox – SMMFD

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B2: Dirtbox – Work That

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B3: Dirtbox – Fukk

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Relaxer – Relaxer – Relaxer – Tranquility 5


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Relaxer’s fifth EP is the final edition in the self titled series that began in early 2016. Th six tracks are split between viscous, serpentine techno and liminal, dubbed out beatless passages. “My Reminiscence” opens with a shivering groove and a terror-soaked atmosphere before giving way to the more monolithic wormholing of “Headache.” “Stevie” and “Blister Pack” drift further afield from the dancefloor, rippling and reforming. Each side is closed out with a brief passage: “Empty Promises” and “Health is Wealth” are evocative and fleeting snapshots.



A1: My Reminiscence

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A2: Headache

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A3: Empty Promises

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B1: Stevie

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B2: Blister Pack

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B3: Health is Wealth

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SPE:C – Significant Other – Triptan EP – SPEC01506


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Precision dubsteppin’ drum & bass collides with tweaked IDM-techno and zero-gravity ambient.



A: Delphic

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B1: Break The Web

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B2: Triptan

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