Ok, so those two deep house tracks got you started? Then let’s fire up THESE two babies, who are primed for peak hour! Continue reading Prime Time Power: Let these bang you!
Two seriously rolling techno tracks that should get you going on a Friday night. Or any other night. In fact: If this doesn’t get you going, you’re dead.
Dead, I say! Continue reading Weekend kickoff: Two techno tracks that should lift the roof
Time for the land of the slamming kick drums again. But also time for contrasts! One being considerably lighter than the other but both being well worthy of our attention on a Techno Tuesday.
Continue reading Techno Tuesday: From light to dark
Today we’re heading to Belarus! There we find Bassler Disconnect and this classy piece of deep/minimal techno. Continue reading Techno Tuesday: Bassler Disconnect – “World”
Two collabs today that both were labelled “techno”! I think they leaned towards trance and progressive house, but let’s not enter a dull genre quarrel. We’re above that.
Point is, these both holds a fundamental drive that I so totally dig. Continue reading Techno tuesday! Charles D, J SWINK, Hydroxyde and Sandro Fosco
Let’s get back to the underground. Where we belong. The real underground. The dark, steamy, bass heavy, rolling underground atmosphere.
These two tracks takes us there. Continue reading Techno Tuesday: Time to stomp again!
Ok, it’s time to get busy again. I’ll admit right away that I’ve turned a bit soft lately.
So I needed to do something about that. Here’s a couple of techno tracks that rolls in the deep and dark. Continue reading Time to go down. Down deep, and rolling. Techno time.
It’s techno Tuesday! And these two tracks means business. Dirty business. Just how we like’em. Continue reading Made In Riot & Simina Grigoriu, “Spring Storms” and The Planetary Defence Side Project, “Ball Lightning”!
Dark. Repetitive. Lurking. Groovy. With just the right progression. Sometimes that’s how we want our techno. And that is exactly what the artist who named himself “1988” delivers. Continue reading 1988, “A001”: A rolling techno groove