Techno Tuesday | Releases Of The Day

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1  Reset Robot release ‘Cosmic String’ on Truesoul… Out Now @BEATPORT

2  Various Artists release ‘Series 04’ on Odd Recordings… Out Now @BEATPORT

3  Audiomatiques release ‘Interferencias (Spartaque Remix)’ on Codex Recordings… Out Now @BEATPORT

4  Izabella release ‘High Tension’ on Prospect Records… Out Now @BEATPORT

5  Martin Kinrus release ‘God Complex’ on Set About… Out Now @BEATPORT

6  Pugilist Release ‘Siphon – EP’ on DEXT Recordings… Out Now @BEATPORT

7  Celic Release ‘Let’s Have Fun’ on IAMT…Out Now @BEATPORT

8  Oscar Aguilera Release ‘Series 6’ on HE-ART… Out Now @BEATPORT

9  Sub Washer Release ‘Acorralado’ on Mavic Music… Out Now @BEATPORT

10  S3KTOR Release ‘Walking on the Moon’ on White Kat… Out Now @BEATPORT

11  Gaston Zani & Xenia (UA) Release ‘Matrix Date’ on Numen… Out Now @BEATPORT

12  MJSB Release ‘Eight Zero #35’ on 1980 Recordings… Out Now @TRAXSOURCE

Today we have some of the best techno releases from this past week…

Truesoul’s most capped contributor, Reset Robot, delivers another supreme EP.

Dave Robertson (aka Reset Robot) is a treasured label asset, his association with Adam Beyer stretching back a decade. Over the years he’s gifted the imprint 10 EPs and an album ‘Let Your Soul Outside’ in 2014, his talent and crisp sound signature shining through.

For his twelfth Truesoul offering, ‘Cosmic String’, he lays down a trio of winners. ‘Opto’ is industrial and trippy in equal measures, managing to avoid any possible pigeon-hole, while crying out to be utilised in a variety of musical scenarios. The title track is true to its name; organic bass tones and a soft melodic core spiral into otherworldly realms thanks to a tweaked-out string section that amplifies the track’s impact. ‘Romeo’ is a low-end modular exploration, which still embodies an innate musicality.

‘Series 04’ features powerhouse productions from Bleur & MB1, Giovanni Carozza, Markantonio, Modu-late and Orion.

Label boss – Spartaque comes back after a banging album on CODEX Recordings!
This time he delivers us a stabbing Interferencias remix of Audiomatiques! The original track hitted the top rankings on charts and hopefully the remix will get much support of techno lovers as well!
Enjoy!

November the 20th meets Argentina based artist and sound producer – Martin Kinrus to join Set About Family with his three-tracks release!

Gateway: Frenetic bass plucks bring the groove in which the track will build on. Followed by a very trippy and catchy melody that makes the breakdown a real journey. This track is full of glitches and energetic fills that will get the tension going! 

Entrance: Hypnotizing arps bring the atmosphere that gets driven by very dark pounding kicks and hard hitting bass stabs. The breakdown presents itself with arpeggiated melodies and building tension, to finish in a vocal drop that brings the groove back.

God Complex: The most melodic of all, ambient detuned plucks fill the track while very arpeggiated and twisted synths fill the tension for a very hard hitting drop full of bass stabs and glitched vocal shots. This breakdown presents itself with a full melody that builds up to an uplifting drop. 

One of the UK’s freshest emerging dance music labels, responsible for stalwart releases from Special Request and Nightwave, return for their 19th release.

The succinct beats of Pugilist have perked the ears of labels like Whities, 3024 and Trule to name but a few. And having previously featured on volume one of the label’s new ‘EleVAte’ compilation series, among artists like Otik, Appleblim and Commix, he returns to the imprint for his first, full four-tracker; ‘Siphon’.

The title track, Siphon, blasts through with authentic jungle chops, scattered together asymmetrically like a beautiful chaotic tapestry.

‘Regrowth’ is a swung garage stepper, jammed live on a 909 with earthquaking low-end frequencies that warmingly morph from underneath.

On remix duties of ‘Siphon’, is no other than Lobster Theremin alumni, Coco Bryce. With surreal, microprocessing of the heavyweight blows from the original, he also resamples time-stretched speech samples to devastating effect.

In a remarkable turn of releases, our family is pleased to welcome Colombian artist currently based in Chile
Celic, who makes his debut on Spartaque’s label IAMT with two mind-blowing original tracks.
Initially we introduce you ‘Traveling’ which is a Dynamic peak-time Techno tune that will keep you dancing all the way
and completing the EP we’ve got ‘Let’s Have Fun’ composed in collaboration with TekanismTheory.

Series 6 compilation are selected for the owner of the label, Oscar Aguilera. He release a huge selection of exclusive Techno tracks of new faces and promises in the scene, each one totally different from the next. All with one thing in common, quality all focused on the dance floor.

Sub Washer has been behind the production desk since 1996 under several different aliases. Now as Sub Washer the Spanish producer has found a sleek sound encompassing groove heavy tracks with satisfying melodies that keep the techno message clear. This single “Acorralado” delivers an assured dance floor filler with big leads and hooks ontop of driving modern techno beats and spiritual chant. Francesco Fernandez raises the pace on remix duty.

Please welcome S3KTOR To The #BlackKatFamily with his massive single “Walking on the Moon” Accompanied remixes by our Own David Sellers & Tony Romanello. Out now on our sister label White kat.

We welcome the wonderful sound of MJSB to the 1980 Recordings artist EP series.

She brings a cool deep house track in the form of ‘Code Switching’. Then both ‘4U’ & ‘Renewal’ are hypnotic deep techno tunes.

With a strong fan in the form of Jaguar on BBC Radio 1 Introducing, MJSB is for sure on of the rising female producers to watching.

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