Techno: Jeremy Wahab – Nothing Else

A dark techno from Jeremy Wahab, from UK. Nothing Else has been released by Lenjam Records 9 days ago, label founded by Three CP. This track has whispering vocals singing “Nothing else, what happened, it was a mistake”, or something like that. It is guaranteed enjoyment, with physical reactions in your body. It’s been added to our Spotify playlist Synths of Techno:

Techno: Airis Zapa – Iris

Iris is a new techno single by Airis Zapa, from Lithuania. It contains two tracks, Iris and Moonflight. It’s an underground material, not the fast tempo style of techno, being Iris a more danceable and groovy style of techno, with bass stabs summed by hi hats. Another great one for underground techno DJs all around.

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New Techno Release: LPascolatti – Alright

Alright is the new techno single by LPascolatti, released by Capiroto Records. Initially produced in 2017, it has been reworked and released as a Radio Edit late November. The complete single comes out as an Extended Version and an Alternative Mix. Being the latter a more IDM sounding mix, more than 9 minutes length. The idea behind the track was to create a techno that sounds electronic while it incorporates organic instrumentals, such as electric guitar and vocals. The mixing has been highly inspired by dub techno productions.

With the discount code soealright you can purchase Alright in Bandcamp until next Friday with 70% discount.

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Synths of Techno: Elpine – Terrasect

 

Synths of Techno’s newest addition is Terrasect by Canadian techno producer Elpine. Top quality techno, the rhythm, the harmony, the sound design, everything flowing smoothly and energetic enough, while keeping techno’s best dark side. The type of techno track I aim to curate for Synths of Techno. Terrasect has been released on a single called Veil (cover art above). Terrasect will certainly provide you 7 minutes of pure pleasure.

Synths of Techno: KULTOFF – Aliens Must Die

Aliens Must Die is the new track added to our techno playlist Synths of Techno, by Italian DJ and producer from Rome, Kultoff. The track is part of an homonymous EP with 4 tracks in total. Superb sample as vocals, repeating “Aliens Must Die” intertwined with “I Have a Dream” of Martin Luther King Jr. It’s pretty old school, while having danceable bass lines and sparkling synths.

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Dub Techno: Dystopian Soundscapes – Ikigai


“It comes on slow & strong like mescaline. There’s elements of tech noir, world music, ray gun gothic and post-dust. It exudes an ‘authentic’ futuristic urban vibe.”

If there’s a good combination between two genres of music that has impressive results this is dub-techno. Today we present you Vancouver based Dystopian Soundscapes and Ikigai, released by Superordinate Dub Waves. This is only a taste of Dystopian Soundscapes works, as he’s currently with several releases on his back, all called DSXXX, as if it was a catalogue of a label. You can check more of his productions on his Bandcamp or Soundcloud profile. His music enters our ears as hallucinogenic substances. The specifics of techno and dub’s psychedelia strike us altogether as one single matter.

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Synths of Techno: DJ Jace – Sheltered Society



The newest feature of Synths of Techno is DJ Jace, from Canada, with his newest track Sheltered Society, released 15th of October by FineGrind Audio. The cutest art cover for a techno track that I’ve ever seen, that is still psychedelic and suitable for techno, tough with a cute kitten displayed in the center. Nothing more appropriate for primal this primal sound design, a bit distorted, high and keeping an arpeggiated feeling. Great rhythm after its drop. The high arpeggiated synths give the danceable feeling that are synchronized with the drums somehow. Sheltered Society comes as a single, featuring two other tracks: House Sick and The Boxer.

Synths of Techno: Izakaya Deployment – Kurabu



Today’s techno comes from Peru, Izakaya Deployment, with his EP Trust, released by No Signal Records. If you like techno that has synthesizers with personality, Kurabi is a track for you. Minimalistic, with synths sounding repetitively, having the same sustained notes being played for a long time, while it remains pleasant for the ears until the very end. In total we have 6 minutes of hypnotic techno, suitable for the dance floor, on the beginning of a DJ Set maybe, to warm up the crowd for more aggressive material to come.

Synths of Techno: Mafia B – Momentum


Impressive techno, I wish I could see how it would perform in the dance floor for a big crowd, I bet they would go insane. This is Momentum by Mafia B, from New York City, USA. Amazing bass in the drop, the work with sinthesizers, drums and vocals stand out. Keeping the usual tradition of that dark traditional techno.

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Techno: nej!las – Program Restart


Melodic House and Techno. The tracks combine dark techno with evolving progressive melodies; capable of transcending genre boundaries and creating something wholly new and unique.

Today’s techno feature is Program Restart by Canadian producer and DJ nej!las, from Toronto now based in Detroit. This track is part of her new homonymous 4 tracks EP, released by Teknofonic Recordings.

nej!las paves her own genre in music, combining dark techno with evolving progressive melodies; capable of transcending genre boundaries and creating something wholly new and unique. Listeners find themselves engrossed and encapsulated by the multiple levels of her work, with crisp and passionate production the center piece. Her breathtaking compositions immerses and engages the listener in her sound-track-like world. nej!las’ quick rise to fame is not one that’ll end shortly.

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