DT:Premiere | Irregular Synth – Hurricane (A-Brothers Remix) [!Organism]


For this DT:Premiere we take a look at the highly regarded Swiss label !Organism, which is ran by Yan Stricker. Their latest EP released next week comes from Irregular Synth who has already landed music on Naked Lunch, Driving Forces to Kombination Research.

Hurricane” is a stacked release both vinyl and digital and features Tom Hades, Ben Long (Space DJz), Kostas Maskalides and the remix we chose by Austrian duo A-Brothers who head up the Hybrid Confusion label.

Their remix is a club floor tyrant. Dark and devastating, the rolling beat has a touch of tribal influence that brings a different flavour over the original. Powerful and driving, this was our pick.

Released… Monday 31 August 2015

ORGA76 – Irregular Synth – Hurricane

Vinyl + Digital
01. Irregular Synth – Final Decision (Original Mix)
02. Irregular Synth – Final Decision (Tom Hades Remix)
03. Irregular Synth – Hurricane (Original Mix)
04. Irregular Synth – Hurricane (Ben Long Remix)

05. Irregular Synth – Hurricane (A-Brothers Remix)
06. Irregular Synth – Just Run (Original Mix)
07. Irregular Synth – Just Run (Kostas Maskalides Remix)
08. Irregular Synth – She’s Mandy (Original Mix)



Death Techno - STRISC.

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STRISC. is a producer to look out for, as his second EP for Florian Meindl’s Flash Recordings is due very soon, which shows his pedigree. The mix is flowing with reems of hypnotic tension, darkness and abstract tendencies, delivered with ultimate precision and flair that is full of sonic surprises. Tracks featured here from the likes of Samuel L Session, Slam, Arnaud Le Texier, Psyk, Clouds, Perc and many more…

Tracklist :

01. ZEITGEBER : absent minded [Stroboscopic Artefacts]
02. SAMUEL L SESSION : deserted [Affin]
03. EDIT SELECT : continuation part 1 [CLR]
04. ECHOPLEX : the glass Test [Soma]
05. SLAM : friction [Soma]
06. MAX_M : slope [Parachute]
07. ARNAUD LE TEXIER : bim bim [Children Of Tomorrow]
08. QUAIL : blunt [Soma]
09. JOHN V : option 797 [Children Of Tomorrow]
10. AMBIVALENT : chronos (Truncate Remix) [Valence]
11. KERNEL KEY : trust in you [Children Of Tomorrow]
12. PSYK : aumento [Mote Evolver]
13. PSYK : powder [Mote Evolver]
14. INIGO KENNEDY : requiem (Efdemin ‘Journey To The Stars’ Mix) [Token]
15. FARRON : equinox (Jonas Kopp Shield remix) [Shaw Cuts]
16. STRISC. : baciu [Flash]
17. MEZE : page105 [Parachute]
18. CLOUDS : duke street fleet [Soma]
19. BLEACHING AGENT : static renegade (Perc Remix) [Overlee Assembly]
20. MR. JONES & GEORGE LANHAM : collab #3 [The Public Stand]

DT:Premiere | ALHEK – Blume11 [Cirque Du Minimaliste]


Previous guests of our mix series are involved in this DT:Premiere. Located in Hamburg, Felix Lorusso heads up the always on point Cirque Du Minimaliste.

The EP and track for CDM’s 28th release is supplied by ALHEK, known for his dark and pounding style and this is no exception. His own imprint Mechanical Thoughts is on the rise from launching last year.

Blume03” has a forceful presence and starts as it means to go on with a driving and punchy kick line, before panning atmospheric sweeps show their face and the suspense builds. A pretty relentless track overall, but under it all, a strong tool like groove that can deliver the goods and no doubt mesh well in a set.

Released… Thursday 27 August 2015

Cirque Du Minimaliste
CDM028 – ALHEK – Schwarzer Garten

01. ALHEK – Blume00
02. ALHEK – Blume01
03. ALHEK – Blume10
04. ALHEK – Blume11

DTR | FIIF-D-002 – Tim Xavier – No Edges


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Label : Face To Face
Artist : Tim Xavier
Title : No Edges
Released : 3 August 2015

01. No Edges
02. Bennington Hill
03. The Wolf Speaks
04. Distant Keys


Face To Face Records is a new vinyl and digital venture from the maestro and Manmade Mastering sound guru. Ahead of his forthcoming Exclusive mix for us, Tim Xavier the recently released “No Edges” is officially the second digital only from the Berlin based imprint.

The title track “No Edges” gets down with a thumping beat and funked-up, industrial sound that’s an instant winner in my book. Moody synth stabs raise the energy, soaking in reverb and delay, they also get hit with what seems like a gated repetition in certain parts. It gives it a live edited feel for even more movement in the track. Huge to say the least, great opening track and full of depth.

Bennington Hill” seems like a strange name choice, but altogether intriguing. Seemingly darker than the first, it takes you for a spin into a more glitchy laden affair. At the breakdown it goes into full modular mode before it powers back into a massive Techno groove. High pitched whines and squeals can be heard in the mix with lots of crazy and crunchy fx. Slightly odd and brilliant all in one.

Track three called “The Wolf Speaks” has a monstrous kick, whilst rocking a jackin’ rhythm that’s surrounded by haunting atmospherics. It has an old school and driving sound with stabbing aggressive electric surges pushing things forward. The real hook appears later from metallic layered notes that bring a party vibe. Definitely a crowd pleaser with a modern classic feel.

The last one here is “Distant Keys” that starts off concentrating on a throbbing bottom end with deep tom rolls. Quirky acid loops that expand and contract with a stinging feel soon get overshadowed by a highly prominent, dreamy filtered pad, creating a soulful and euphoric ambience. A more chilled out number to end the EP, but no less of a track that could bring a club to it’s knees be it building up or winding down.

Definitely a master at work can be heard here, someone that can clearly visualise and construct their ideas as they see fit.

– Reviewed by Jack! Who? for


CLICK HERE – FLOAT004 – TWR72 – Reflect (Part 1) (incl. Developer, Kwartz & Myk Derill Remixes)
CLICK HERE – DV001 – Dubtek Vinyl
CLICK HERE – SG1570 – Henning Baer – In Pursuit of Myself
CLICK HERE – AVN020 – Sigha – Techno Derivatives
CLICK HERE – HET002 – No Platforms
CLICK HERE – MONOCLI86 – Vladw – Metalica EP (incl. Alderaan & JoyB Remixes)
CLICK HERE – ETB022 – Oliver Deutschmann – Resist (incl. Luca Agnelli & Electric Rescue Remixes)
CLICK HERE – DREF025 – Abstract Division – Metropolis EP (incl. Trolley Route, Function & Marcel Fengler Remixes)
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CLICK HERE – NRLP001 – Joton – Casting Out Nines
CLICK HERE – WOLF032 – Doka – Ask (incl. NX1 & Aiken Remix)
CLICK HERE – ETG013 – Jonas Kopp – Triptology
CLICK HERE – BCR010 – Brian Sanhaji – Panic
CLICK HERE – TRP002 – De Niro Is Concerned
CLICK HERE – WCR007 – Ground-Fault-Interrupt Volume 1
CLICK HERE – AFFIN025LTD – Keith Carnal – Instantaneously (incl. Subjected Remix)
CLICK HERE – SOMA426 – Woo York – Blade Runner (incl. Zadig Remix)
CLICK HERE – WTZ002 – Menno Cirk – Sector Two (incl. MM:MS Remixes)
CLICK HERE – RS1503 – Lakker – Tundra (incl. Q&A)

DT:Premiere | Jose Pouj – Regeneration [Injected Poison]


Today’s DT:Premiere comes from the new and exciting label called Injected Poison Records. Based in Spain, they have had a really solid output of tough and hypnotic Techno from the likes of Radial, Jonas Kopp, Reeko to Christian Wunsch.

The track we chose is by the label boss himself Jose Pouj and the named after the EP “Regeneration” that also features killer works from Groof, Energun and Positive Merge.

Jose concocts a crisp vision, that is driving from the start. Sonic stabs flash passed as it powers forward and builds tension, where the groove fuelled bass line groove is a real highlight rarely letting up. He creates an epic build throughout and plenty of shimmering to rough textures filling the mix. Quality, spaced out Techno.

Released… Monday 24 August 2015

Injected Poison Records
IPRD006 – Various – Regeneration EP

01. Jose Pouj – Regeneration
02. Groof – CTRLZ
03. Energun – Extraordinary
04. Positive Merge – Corpuscle

DT:Premiere | Ricardo Garduno – Textures (Keith Carnal Remix) [Drowne]


Austrian label Drowne Records are on the verge of their new release next week. Ran by Altberg & Tony Vegazz, they have a great underground ethos featuring artists like Sutter Cane, Chris Colburn, XHEI to Krenzlin and many more.

The latest “Textures EP” from DT favourite Ricardo Garduno who we featured recently, gets the remix treatment from Netherlands based rising star and Affin stalwart, Keith Carnal.

The track itself gets a stomping and slightly more melody driven twist, with sparse atmospherics that create a dreamy ambience. Slowly building tension and a euphoric edge take hold, with subtle soundscapes and hidden details, this can work in many stages of a DJ set and was our choice for this “DT:Premiere.”

Released… Monday 24 August 2015

Drowne Records
DRW031 – Ricardo Garduno – Textures EP

01. Ricardo Garduno – Textures
02. Ricardo Garduno – Textures (Keith Carnal Remix)
03. Ricardo Garduno – Mind Mover

DT:Premiere | +plattform – Flor [PLOINK]


Norwegian label PLOINK is new to my radar, but taking a look at their history it’s easy to see why they should be kept an eye on. Originally a club, it has seen many great acts arrive from around the world like Ben Sims, Mr C, Luke Slater, Surgeon, Carl Craig and Trentmøller to name only a few.

Their newest release by +plattform who has released on Gynoid Audio and Android Muziq, is a really impressive effort called “Tailer EP” that was an exciting listen, surprisingly diverse and very well crafted.

The track that definitely caught my attention most was “Flor.” Containing a tough and throbbing beat from the start, with some great spacey nuances floating around in the mix for good measure. As the pounding rhythm progresses, there’s an unexpected melancholic flute that draws you in for a brief moment, giving a unique contrast and certainly works for me as something out of the ordinary.

Pre-Order the EP at Juno Download

Released… Monday 17 August 2015

PL007NK – +plattform – Tailer EP

01. +plattform – Tailer
02. +plattform – Flor
03. +plattform – Sour
04. +plattform – Gates