Tuesday Techno | Releases Of The Day

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1   Spartaque release ‘Zyma’ on Codex Recordings… Out Now @BEATPORT

2   Sara Krin release ‘Series 06’ on Odd Recordings… Out Now @BEATPORT

3   Fatima Hajji release ‘Vibration’ on Silver M… Out Now @BEATPORT

4   Novem Vivit release ‘Multiverse’ on Set About… Out Now @BEATPORT

5   Dani Sbert release ‘Words Unsaid’ on XTENCE… Out Now @BEATPORT

6   Nikoretti release ‘Fight for Freedom’ on IAMT… Out Now @BEATPORT

7   Alex Brend Release ‘Hard World’ on Kassetnik… Out Now @BEATPORT

8   Marcelo Demarco release ‘Sensory Deprivation’ on SURO records… Out Now @BEATPORT

9   Isc√∏m release ‘Isc√∏m’ on Maskerade+… Out Now @BEATPORT

10   Patrick Steiner release ‘Raptor’ on Numen… Out Now @BEATPORT

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

June the 3rd meet label-boss Spartaque to deliver his single track release “Zyma” featured with Ukrainian folk singer July Vitraniuk to CODEX Recordings!

Spartaque: “When the war began in my country, I felt defeated, chained, destroyed from the inside. I felt that I want to create a track in which I can broadcast my love for my homeland, as well as emphasize my roots and the idea was to combine techno music and beautiful Ukrainian folklore, which I have been instilled with since childhood.”

“Multiverse” is a peak time techno track with heavy synth, accompanied by powerful groove. Powerful Arps with deep pads gives the listener the sensation of reaching an alternate world, until you hear the synth stabs to bring you back.

These two tracks were written after the invasion of Russian troops into my country Ukraine, at that time I had a lot of anger, rage, and disappointment from the neighboring country. And in order to distract from the news of everything that is happening, and not to lose heart, I decided to continue to engage in creative activities. All my emotions are in these two tracks. During the creation of this release, I would go to the air raid shelter with my family at intervals. In the 21st century, I never thought that I would live to see the war, well, that’s a fact.

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