Tuesday Techno | Releases Of The Day

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1  Kamil Van Derson release ‘Universal’ on Orange Recordings… Out Now @BEATPORT

2  Lautaro Iba√±ez & Mart.in release ‘Voices on Earth’ on Set About… Out Now @BEATPORT

3  Nakadia & Ramiro Lopez release ‘Blunda Remixed’ on Union Three… Out Now @BEATPORT

4  Rudaki release ‘Astana’ on Codex Recordings… Out Now @BEATPORT

5  DOØL release ‘All About Us’ on Prospect Records… Out Now @BEATPORT

6  Taran & Lomov & Agat release ‘Lost Memories’ on Amber Muse… Out Now @BEATPORT

7  Diego Nadal release ‘Eureka’ on Black Kat… Out Now @BEATPORT

8  Oscar Sanchez release ‘Zangbeto / Enclenque’ on faraway… Out Now @BEATPORT

9  1nox Release ‘Failure , Dolorous’ on Kassetnik… Out Now @BEATPORT

10  Hector Cardenas release ‘Upcoming Future’ on Absinthe…Out Now @BEATPORT

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

We welcome back American techno master and Orange Recordings label favourite Kamil Van Derson!! After releasing on several top quality labels like IAMT Red, Reload and Airborne Black he delivered the 4 track monster “Universal EP” and we couldn’t be more excited!

After a great success with the original release, Nakadia and Ramiro Lopez are back to Union Three with their “Blunda” remixed by Gary Beck on the 11th of November!

“Omega” rolls in with pulsing kicks, groovy bassline and percussive drums, garnished with raw and harsh synths chords which brings a solid swing to the track and builds to the break. 

After two powerful releases on Josh Wink’s Ovum Recordings Taran & Lomov are back to their home label Amber Muse. They deliver a collaborative two-tracker EP recorded with Latvian artist Agat, and a remix by techno producer Ksenia Kamikaza. The EP has a dark and abstract vibe that blends a dystopian atmosphere and raw percussion with analogue synths.

November the 11th meet Spanish artist and producer – Oscar Sanchez to deliver his two-tracks raw techno stomper release to faraway!

“Zangbeto” is a theme inspired by the techno of the 2000s with a lot of force and influences from mythical labels of that time such as ingoma and primate, phont music.

In “Enclenque” you have a theme where the synth has a lot of personality and the percussions are created with external machines in the studio. Direct techno to the dance floor.

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