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W0RKT34M is proud to announce that their are now transmitting from New York City. And i ´m happy every time they are back!
In this episode of Loving The Alien we have the pleasure to meet the Originator. Talking with Juan Atkins they go over his past, present and future, touching on everything from Deep Space to EDM. So put on your “authorized service person hat” and go to class at the Music Institute to learn a thing or two about techno.”
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John Tejada’s remix of “Rope”, the crossover single by The Love Theme featuring vocals by former Inspiral Carpets’ frontman Tom Hingley, marks the launch of Toronto’s Plumbline Records on 29 November 2012.
“I loved Inspiral Carpets’ album ‘Revenge of the Goldfish’, so remixing this track with Tom’s vocals was a real treat,” said Tejada, the now-legendary producer best known for tech-house classics like “Sweat (On the Walls)” and “Sucre”.
“Rope”, taken from The Love Theme’s 2012 album “How Rude”, was remixed by Tejada and Germany’s Riccicomoto for this, the debut EP on Plumbline Records.
Insubordinate and averse to anything going on in the EDM world, the Dutch derelict of techno is back with a luminous new album on Clone records. Steamy and mysterious as ever ‘The Paranormal Soul’ is advancing the trademark Legowelt sound into new directions.
Legowelt (aka Danny Wolfers) began producing music in the early 90s from his bedroom studio in Scheveningen Beach and now some 15 years later, he has played live all over the world and released an almost countless amount of music under all manner of names from Dickie Smabers & The Moerwijk Crew to Nacho Patrol, Franz Falckenhaus, Jackmaster Corky, Smackos, Danny Wolfers, The Chicago Shags (with Orgue Electronique) and many more.
This year he’s released music and remixes on Fool’s Gold, Enchufada, Rising Music, Dim Mak and now he is back with a new single once again on U&A.
Dodging the generic tedium of much of today’s EDM, he continues to form new sonic shapes with his trademark indie-beats and sex-infused buzzsaw bass. On his newest opus ‘Easy White Boy‘ he knocks socks off & bares all with fearsome stripped back grooves.
EDM master craftsman Kramnik will return soon with the release of his first full-length album, “Dark Matters“. Highly revered within the electronic music community, Kramnik effortlessly combines flawless production skills with a fearless approach to sampling throughout.
Progressive techno is the spinal cord of “Dark Matters“, with each track a journey through an atmospheric soundscape. Kramnik’s bulletproof understanding of the conventions of the genre has given him license to throw that rulebook out the window. It is intensely cerebral work, music for the true connoisseur.
“Parisian techno maverick, D-R-U-N-K, unleashes his aural onslaught with the release of ‘D-R-U-N-K with MARSEILLE’ on Police Records and looks certain to set the summer parties ablaze. Hot on the heels of his recent EP, ‘Ghetto’, D-R-U-N-K has served up yet another fiendishly, addictive slice of inner city, urban electronica.