Thursday Deep & Tech | Releases Of The Day

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1  Ren Phillips & YINGYANG (UK) release ‘Air Max’ on Lapsus Music… Out Now @BEATPORT

2  Stacie Fields release ‘Believe’ on Motive Records… Out Now @BEATPORT

3  Dj Tony Suárez & Jey Cross release ‘Go!’ on RIM… Out Now @BEATPORT

4  ksd6700 release ‘Boooomy Bomb’ on Acid 606-61… Out Now @BEATPORT

5  Taran & Lomov release ‘Redhead EP’ on Amber Muse… Out Now @TRAXSOURCE

6  Mauro Ghess release ‘Loco’ on Sial Production… Out Now @BEATPORT

7  No Rabbitz release ‘Razones’ on Celestial Recordings… Out Now @BEATPORT

8  Jamie Nugent release ‘Need You’ on Day Dose Of House… Out Now @BEATPORT

9  Rodas release ‘Stigma’ on EVE Records… Out Now @BEATPORT

Today we have some of the tech releases from the past week that have been making some noise…

We are excited to welcome on board two young talent emerging from UK tech house new school scene. Ren Phillips and YINGYANG (UK) never disappoint. Also this time the duo have served a chunky and funky tech house solid EP.

One of the best kept secrets in Australian Dance Music right now, Stacie Fields is one to keep an eye on, with multiple highly performing singles in the Australian Club Charts in the last 12 months. Her newest offering ‘Believe’ showcases her unique blend of house & tech, combining a soaring diva vocal with a deep, rolling tech bassline. A guaranteed floor filler!

Retro to future acid house and techno. Preserving the unmistakable sound of the 303 and acid ethos through tripped out modulated cut-offs and resonances.

Taran & Lomov continue their string of solid releases with three-track EP ‘Redhead’, another inventive, tech-edged creation for Amber Muse. It kicks off with the 4/4 piercing melody of ‘Redhead’, then going deeper with the sparse broken drum patterns of ‘Weird’ and ‘InCC’.

Rodas is no stranger to the Recoverworld Group regularly featuring on the Discover labels. With Stigma, he goes altogether deeper into the realms of techno and the darker side of house. Fantastic production drives Stigma forward with a multitude of hits and fx forming industrial hooklines, some of which exude a stark beauty that has as much in common with bricks and machinery as it does with music. Proof if proof were needed that Rodas is a genuine cross genre production talent. Immerse yourself in this and let yourself go. Sonic perfection!

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