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As one of three children, Dantiez Saunderson, was born and bred in Michigan and is the middle son of recording artist (and techno pioneer) Kevin Saunderson and singer/songwriter Ann Saunderson. So you would imagine that it was a “given” that Dantiez was automatically going to establish a career for himself in the music industry. However, you would be sadly mistaken.
It wasn’t to be until 2012, at the age of 20 that Dantiez decided to take a plunder into the music industry. His productions reflect all sides of his personality (depending on his mood and the time of day) and for anyone who knows Dantiez, that would certainly be a true assessment. His influences are definitely infused with Detroit, although his productions are energetic. He’s found a nice balance between underground, fused with a pop vibe, mixed with a touch of Tech House and Techno.
Dantiez’s musical partner, Kevin Castro aka White Chocolate, was born in Columbia (and raised in Queens, New York). He is well acquainted with his ‘House/Techno’ roots. Currently residing in Miami, White Chocolate’s sound is rich and deep. His musical influences definitely stem from the Techno sounds of Detroit. To date, his music has been supported by artists such as Kevin Saunderson, Reboot and Supernova. This versatile, young, producer experiments with Tech House, Techno and Minimal.
This is the brand new Overload EP signed by Warm Hall, one of the most promising techno projects of this moment.
The EP kicks off with a exciting intro called “Filter Low”. This is a deep and atmospheric track is like a space journey that´s melodic at the same time. “The End” could be described as the typical Warm Hall sound; an hypnotic and repetitive techno track with catchy synths. The last track ”114″ speeds up the tempo with convincing techno anthem for dance floor peak time. Already supported by Laurent Garnier, Hernan Cattaneo, Sasha , Joseph Capriati, Ian Odonovan, Marc Marzenit and Henry Saiz.
This 3 track EP is a complete release with a wide sound palette showing the productions skills of the talented techno duo Warm Hall and is the first of a serie of EP´s that they will release proximately on Paradigma Musik.
Radical G ”Wasp EP” got a global digital release on 15 April on Dancedelic Digital.
“Wasp” might be a short title but this one stings like a bee. Another typical release by Belgian madman, Radical G (Glenn Keteleer) in full effect.
The original of “Wasp” contains a huge acid driven bassline produced by the Moog Minitaur. It’s raw, very direct and DJ-friendly, having already had support on Dave Clarke’s Whitenoise radio show. Spooky effects and demonic build-ups are all there, steaming as if from Hell.
The EP also features remixes from the president of doom techno, Al Ferox, Japan’s Ryogo Yamamori and George Lanham (Pareto Park).
This release contains straight, dark and effective dancefloor electro and techno in one package for a winning combination.
Yasmin Gate‘s podcast for May is an energetic one mixing techno, house and electro from the artists she likes and has collaborated with, you can also spot some of her tracks including the new Spinning Around – don’t miss the interview on FluxFM on the occasion of the release on May 25th. Yasmin evolves on two levels: as a DJ not afraid to mix electro dancy track with darker techno or fresh easy house, and as a live performer with her very own Dsumi, visuals and other hi-tech toys. Coming near you soon, in the meantime, enjoy the music.
This year’s Playground Festival brings together many of the godfathers/ innovators of house, techno and electro music alongside those making a significant rise on current underground scene to create a truly retrospective festival experience. Headliners LEFTFIELD, SQUAREPUSHER, GARY NUMAN, DIGITALISM, VITALIC and UNKLE’s JAMES LAVELLE, will be joined by a whole host of upcoming and respected talent as they all play under one roof at Brixton Academy on the 7th – 8th June.
From a MacBook at home, to sitting next to Dave Clarke behind a big mixing desk soaking up technique, not too many up and coming techno producers have the opportunity to work in proper studios these days, where the trackpad isn’t the main source of input. Mr. Jones is currently enjoying this opportunity.
After being featured thirty times in a row on Mr Clarke‘s Whitenoise radio show, supplying fresh material every time, Jones got a message: “care to join me in the studio?” Since then the two have been working as Unsubscribe on remixes for Blackasteroid, John Foxx, Phil Kieran, Gesaffelstein, Detroit Grand Pubahs and are about to release their debut single on fabric offspring label Houndstooth.
“Working with Mr. Jones in the studio is a breath of fresh air for me“- Dave Clarke
It was just me listening to the growing urge that I had to do something else next to Drum’n'Bass. When we started to make electronic music we used to make all kinds of genres. Then we fell in love with D’n'B and from then on we dedicated most of our time trying to master that skill, but our interest for other types of music had never left (I listen and go see all sorts of music). Now that we made 5 albums I think you can say we mastered it pretty well and the Urge just started to come back. When it comes to making music you have to keep challenging yourself. Widening your horizon helps keeping you creative. So I started to play around…and I found myself really enjoyed it, It gave me a lot of positive energy, a lot of new ideas (for both Tinlicker and Black Sun Empire) and one thing just lead to the next. Before I knew it I had a lot of finished tracks and Tinlicker was born.
Pieter Steijger‘s first full-length release shines a light on his distinctive approach to techno.
Dutch DJ, producer and label head Pieter Steijger starts the New Year with a fantastic album that is sure to find a place in the album collection of many techno lovers. “Luminosity” is a 10-track treat for those who like their tech with a splash of house, a dash of funk and plenty of good percussion.
After keeping themselves during more than 15 years in the changeable electronic European scene and with more than 20 years of work in the study, Ichi Godkiller and Yoko Godkiller become strong as an artistic couple and they settle down in 2011 in the city of Barcelona to start planning the lines of their new project.