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Written on Monday, July 1st, 2019


Certain Circles – Various Artists – Certain Circles 05 – CC05


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A1: Sota – Kleo’s Dub

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A2: SandilÈ – Riddim Man

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B1: Diego Krause – Hyperbolic

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B2: SY – Zero

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Colorcode Records – Roman Lindau / Sascha Rydell / Monomood – Some Reds – Colorcode002


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Roman Lindau, Sascha Rydell and Monomood release four effervescent cuts on their newly formed Colorcode Records imprint entitled ‘Some Reds’.

Colorcode Records, the compelling imprint run by Berlin based producers, Roman Lindau, Sascha Rydell and Monomood present their forward-thinking and intriguing musical philosophy within this new project. ‘Some Reds’ sees the former Fachwerk keymember Roman Lindau make his first appearance on the label following the inaugural release from Sascha Rydell and Monomood that picked up support from the likes of Truncate, Cosmin
TRG, Anastasia Kristensen, DJ Bone and many more. Colorcode Records look to reference a color for each release with that color attributing to particular style with ‘red fixating on a proper 4 to the floor and dancefloor focused techno sound’. – Colorcode.

Monomood’s ‘Step Balance’ begins proceedings with pulsating kicks fused gracefully with shooting oscillations and sweeping grooves keeping the constant energy flowing before ‘Soul Taker’ from Roman Lindau deploys an organic, percussive sequence, eccentric modulations wavering underneath and sharp vocal chants.

On the flip, Sascha Rydell’s ‘Don’t Know Who We Are’ sets a deep and twisted mood balancing reverberating low-end, slashing synths and meticulously arranged rhythms until Monomood’s ‘Dispoad’ rounds off the pack with intense modulated bleeps, clattering highs and robust sound design.



A1: Monomood – Step Balance

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A2: Roman Lindau – Soul Taker

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B1: Sascha Rydell – Don’t know who we are

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B2: Monomood – Dispoad

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Future Me – Heinrich Dressel / Galaxian / Foreign Sequence / Lake Haze / Jensen Interceptor – The Orbitants 2 – FU.ME010


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Get on board 5 new space alchemists for the next level of “The Orbitants”!
The “Panic Side” (Side A) refers to a synthetic melody transition from the beatless Heinrich Dressel’s intro, to the mystical drama “Source Reality”, a utopistic abstract-composition by Galaxian, who serving his anarchic vision of electronic music.
Falling into the wicked flash born from Foreign Sequence’s Oberheim. 
Entering to the “Black Side” (Sibe B), the virus infected the system: it’s the Lake Haze electro hit! Spooky pads triggering the edgy arpeggio, body of the track. 
Jensen Interceptor provides yet another one of his tipycal alien incursion with a cruel-core on a beat techno influenced. 5 ruthless tools — Be brave!



A1: Heinrich Dressel – Sem Intro

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A2: Galaxian – Source Reality

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A3: Foreign Sequence – Negative Vibe

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B1: Lake Haze – System Glitch

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B2: Jensen Interceptor – Faceless

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Nightime Drama – Stefan Vincent – The Auxiliary Phase – NTD011


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Australian label Nightime Drama builds on its assured discography with a new EP from Dutch artist Stefan Vincent, while one half of Artefakt aka Nick Lapien assumes his Metropolis alias for a remix.
Stefan Vincent has a decade long career that has taken him to labels like Dynamic Reflection, Anagram and Traut. Here he offers Exigent Mistress, a cavernous and dubby minimal techno cut that has warm, gooey bass and drums interwoven with each other to hypnotic effect. The Metropolis remix is a mind melting affair with warped and bendy synth lines looping over and over and taking you deeper down the rabbit hole.
Dissociation is the next original and is a more journeying techno cut that looks to the cosmos with its swirling sci-fi pads and sense of edgeless infinity all run through with a soft sense of acid. Last of all, Grey Haze is a skeletal groove with deft and delicate sound designs, dreamy pads and suggestive percussive sounds that suspend you in mid air. This, then, is an EP of high grade and mindful techno.



A1: Exigent Mistress

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A2: Exigent Mistress – Metropolis Remix

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B1: Dissociation

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B2: Grey Haze

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The Corner – PTA – PTA 1 – COR-18


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The Corner also welcomes PTA which Is a new collaboration between Physical Therapy & Ambivalent 4 tracks of wall shaking warehouse techno with a rhythmic percussive groove summoning the 90’s but completely fresh in its sound that makes these made perfect to be played out in black boxes for all hours everywhere!



A1: 01

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A2: 02

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B1: 03

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B2: 04

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