Tuesday Techno | Releases Of The Day

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1  Nakadia release ‘Wir Sind Zuhause’ on Codex Recordings… Out Now @BEATPORT

2  Franco Paulsen release ‘Leap of Faith’ on Mavic Music… Out Now @BEATPORT

3  Rudaki release ‘Infinite’ on Set About… Out Now @BEATPORT

4  Andy Mart release ‘Destiny’ on Reboks… Out Now @BEATPORT

5  Andrea Signore release ‘I Can’t Hear the Sound’ on Made In Brussels… Out Now @BEATPORT

6  Martin Costas & Gabriel Gil release ‘Speedforce’ on MAKE ME FLY… Out Now @BEATPORT

7  Aleksander Great release ‘Soul of Soot’ on dB130… Out Now @BEATPORT

8  Twins Project Release ‘Never Close’ on Opress Recordings… Out Now @BEATPORT

9  Quaake Release ‘Modern Trends’ on IAMT…Out Now @BEATPORT

10  Drumsauw Release ‘Chemistry’ on The AudioBloc… Out Now @BEATPORT

Today we have some of the techno releases from the last week you need to listen to…

August the 27th meet gorgeous and energetic techno legend – Nakadia to deliver her two-tracks release called “Wir sind zuhause” to CODEX Recordings!

“Wir sind zuhause” was produced at the time when “we were home” – but at the time of the release it will mean “We are home!” (Back at the clubs again! – our homes!).”

Melbourne based techno veteran Franco Paulsen is back on Mavic with a 3 track single release produced with razor sharp precision.

August the 27th meet Rudaki to deliver his two-tracks release called “Infinite” to Set About.
After a great success with his previous release on our label we are glad to present you his next Techno banger!

New artists arrive at MAKE ME FLY, with an introspective techno, with a message and a soul, Martin Costas and Gabriel Gil, have come together to create two tracks that contain the indicated elements to create a journey of sounds, where we can also move to the track dance, since its textures, effects and atmospheres are compatible with the new sound of modern techno. Without a doubt, a new release that will be strong in the pan of new techno sessions around the world.

August the 27th meet dj-duo Quaake to deliver their two-tracks release to IAMT!

‘Creep’ is the more tougher of the two. A heavy, driving techno track complimented with a raw synth hook that drives through the percussion. Beginning with a dark atmospheric sample, we built around it with percussion and three separate kicks with a kick and tom bus to really beef up the kick.

‘Modern Trends’ is a groovy peak-time track, which consists of synth and vocal hooks and accurately arranged percussion to build the energy and hit in all the right places. We began to create the rhythm of the track, combining several hi-hats and a clap track together with a cool atmospheric sample. The track began to take shape in form of an 8-bar loop.

Drumsauw delivers another incredible EP, this week at The AudioBloc for BLOC23.

The UK artist from Plymouth has enjoyed an incredible 2021 so far, with releases on Planet Rhythm, IAMT, Unity and many others. The man himself graces The AudioBloc catalogue this week with a 3 track assortment plus remixes, beginning with EP namesake ‘Chemistry’. An eerie soundscape of arps, drones of low passed saws and duplicating vocals open proceedings before jolting into an intense, movement inducing acid line. ‘Analog’, the second offering gestures some classic Techno accents with hypnotic bleeps, signals and stabs. The 3rd act known as ‘Process’ has that blend of old meets new, old school stabs and break overlay Drumsauw’s heavy, familiar percussive sound.

Largely in the studio with Quail over on Soma, and experiencing some great support in 2021, the first remix comes courtesy of AISHA from Scotland reworking the opening track Chemistry at her home studio to great effect. The first of two remixes of Analog comes from London based Theo Nasa, working on many incredible labels within the last year and the man behind the label Alien Sound Trax. The second remix of Analog and concluding the release is KLINES, owner of new imprint Taumen, and the second appearance at The AudioBloc to date.

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