1 AndThen release ‘Im so into You (Tribal Bizniz)’ on SHAPESHIFT RECORDS… Out Now @BEATPORT
2 Alex Kenji release ‘One Love’ on 303lovers… Out Now @BEATPORT
3 NO1NO’s release ‘Rework (Extended Mix)’ on High Definition… Out Now @BEATPORT
4 Yaga & Brandon Caballero release ‘Buzzer Brother’ on RIM… Out Now @BEATPORT
5 Andrea Raffa release ‘Discodasco | Brace!’ on Hotfingers… Out Now @BEATPORT
6 Street Slang release ‘Morning Lights’ on Homewerx Music… Out Now @BEATPORT
7 Dario Nunez release ‘Curura Feat los Folkloristas’ on SOLEADO RECORDINGS… Out Now @BEATPORT
8 Draconic-G release ‘Damian’ on Blanc Stone Digital… Out Now @BEATPORT
9 Mineground release ‘Slow Down’ on The Freak & Weirdo… Out Now @BEATPORT
10 Tom Relio release ‘Bill’s on Fire’ on Dark Hooks Records… Out Now @BEATPORT
Today we have some of the tech releases from the past week that have been making some noise…
SHAPESHIFT Records welcomes back AndThen with his latest release ‘I’m So Into You (Tribal Bizniz)’ which is dripping with tech house goodness.
‘I’m So Into You (Tribal Bizniz)’ provides a solid tech groove with some tribal house elements sprinkled in to quench the taste buds and retaining that signature sound that we heard from his previous hit ‘Plain Sight’.
Reaching as far back as the mid-’90s, AndThen is an artist with a well-cultured past. Having grown with the constant evolution of electronic music in the UK over the last few decades, his story is one that spans several genres and has seen him supported by some of the biggest names in House and Techno.
AndThen is the result of several successful artist projects before his newly-coined moniker. Having ventured through the realms of Hardcore, Jungle, Techno, Electro and more; AndThen finds his resting place amongst the globally-appreciated sound of modern House and Tech House. Inspired by the likes of Rafa Barrios, Nic Fanciulli, Matthias Tanzmann and many others, his sound can be described as an emphatic fusion of House and Tech
303Lovers is the spawn of a musical design by Luigi Rocca and Manuel De La Mare. Rooted in three tiers of electronic music, those being tech house, techno and electronica, the label symbolises a soundscape that has melted away boundaries, ventured into crossover and retained underground status, whilst continually proliferating its musical direction to ensure it is on the cutting edge of electronic music.
NO1NO’s the most mysterious HD family member returns with Rework, following the charting success of R U Ready?
On Rework, NO1NO’s utilises all his experience to create the ultimate dancefloor weapon. Stabby synths, crunchy drums and a slick vocal chops…. Tech House crowds are guaranteed to love it.
Without a shadow of a doubt. Life’s better in HD
On this Homewerx Music’s HWM007 release, we welcome Street Slang to our ever growing list of producers on our imprint. Being that there will always be only one original 007, as well as only one original 007 release on Homewerx Music, we decided to make this release a little special and pay homage to the late great Sean Connery, the original 007 with this release; and Street Slang provided us with the perfect material to do just that. Sean Connery may your memory shine bright in the Morning Lights. Morning Lights a 3 track release consisting of 1) Morning Lights, 2) Fortune and Fame, and 3) Jackin Penguin, 3 banging tracks that will make your speakers pump! Get yours!
This July at Dark Hooks Records there’s an unstoppable force on the loose. Is it a rocket car? Is it a superhero? Oh no… It’s ‘Bill’s On Fire’ by Tom Relio tearing through the city at full throttle with sidekick ‘Drivered’, and they’re out to cause some serious damage…
The deep, dark, conscious control room powering this slick operation is ‘Drivered’, and it is fully charged with more supersonic, old school soaked, synth-ripped gigawatts than the Doc’s time travelling Delorean.
Not even an industrial sized extinguisher is powerful enough to repress the wrath of ‘Bill’s On Fire’. Get ready to burn forever with the devil breathing down your neck as you scamper frantically between bass-fuelled flames and erratic, skin-slicing laser beams fighting for your survival.
With the Prince of Darkness Tom Relio back in the DHR spotlight, this EP was undoubtedly going to give us the shivers. We hope all you die-hard techno lovers looking for a four-to-the-floor fix with a bit of extra pizzazz are satisfied, and we shall see you next time…