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Feb 10, 2012
The harder the better!
British Murder Boys
Tommy Four Seven
Some hard stuff, some minimal stuff, some melodic stuff. You may also enjoy this mix:
Imaginary Forces - Transmission 03
01. Kevin Drumm & Tom Smith - Kangol (Edit)
02. Mick Harris - Reclaimed Extract
03. Emptyset - Void
04. Ø - Ensimmainen Valo
05. Emptyset - Awake
06. Tommy Four Seven - Armed 3
07. Emptyset - Point
08. Sleeparchive - Ronan Point 2
09. Pan Sonic - Liuos
10. Cio D'Or - Pailletten (Sleeparchive Remix)
11. Sleeparchive - Ronan Point 4
12. Tommy Four Seven - Sevals
13. Pan Sonic - Pakoisvoima (Fugalforce)
14. Silent Servant - Untitled
15. Antti Rannisto - Ääniesineitä 6
16. Sleeparchive - Null Sekunden
17. Mika Vainio - Barbarians
18. Pan Sonic - Telako
If you like it there are more on my website: www.entropyandenergy.com
Thanks! Listening now.
Which track is around the 13 minute mark?
Bro the only techno worth listening to is skrillex
Tommy Four Seven - Armed 3
If you like the Tommy Four Seven stuff then you should check out Wicker & Steel by Perc. Great album.
New Ancient Methods & Regis http://www.juno.co.uk/ppps/products/446758-01.htm
This thread is gold
It might be cheesy as heck but I still find the sound of a spinback into a heavier beat very bracing.
adam beyer drum code podcasts
This is all i have listened to for the last couple of days.
some good stuff posted so far, however mostly on the deeper end of the scale. this threads some dancefloor fodder
ming knows new ancient methods and regis is tremendous, just ordered vinyl.
dasha rush played this last night, true weed out the sheep moment, at least 5-6 people left covering their ears rest of the crowd got down
other tunes i like recently:
check my sig for my northern structures project (on adam x's label sonic groove), might be up your alley.
good stuff pyro, are there any techno mixes of you floating around? would be interested....
Wow, this I really like and it's really old as well! Can anyone recommend more in this flavour /calibre? What kinda techno would you call this? Love the rolling drums.
Few artists/bits I been digging recently.
that's what they call birmingham techno. not a whole lot of it being done at the moment though. old downwards recs, corrosion recs, dynamic tension, rodz konez, rsb recs are all labels that catered to that sorta style at one point or another. if you buy vinyl there's a ton of represses floating about on various current vinyl stores. they just repressed regis' "speak to me" for example which basically started that whole style. old jeff mills, elektrabel and axis recordings in general also went in that direction. for recent labels check out new tresor (bit more detroit but still great) and black sun records. AnD in manchester are exploring that kinda style atm and the local scene seems to be reacting to it, be sure to catch them live if you can as they are deadly, dj skirt (same crew) can also bust out a serious birmingham style set.
here's some recent stuff in that sorta vein:
tresor is back to being a real label now and not just doing remixes and represses
fengler nastyness, check out his latest remix on perc trax too
token is _the_ label for fast techno with integrity at the moment imo, check out all the Ø/[phase] stuff
reeko's another guy to check out for more upbeat/frantic stuff, few good tracks on his last album.
@dave: solus is great
I agree, this is top notch shit!
Pyro thank you! I'll definitely look into those labels. Great tunes posted as well.
This thread just cost me a lot of money
Like Pyro said, its the early Axis stuff by Millsy. Its all on this tip. Just Grooves and loops.
For a good hook on modern techno check out Joey Beltram, the original east coast drum don
i dunno about beltram. he hasnt done anything but the odd remix for the last few years and there's very little techno in there, tech house alarm bells always go off in my head when i hear anything he's been involved with recently.
its kind of a pointless post but i really miss the old beltram new incarnation isnt doing it for me at all, i cant hear much of the edge he used to have.