This is the traditional roots techno, dark, repetitive, but that doesn’t disappoint in the arrangement, as things get pretty diverse and the whole feeling grows and expands many times during this 9 minutes of pure techno, including voice samples saying “Let’s Go” and more energetic drums. Released by Lenjam Records in the beginning of July, by Jeremy Wahab, Let’s Go (Original Mix) is part of an EP called Slippery Slope and it’s high class techno. Another one that would perfectly be approved by techno viking in your local underground club. Also, new feature of our Spotify Playlist Synths of Techno.
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Released by Lenjam Records, Jumpin’ Raph’ Clash is an energetic techno, it seems like the perfect techno for running or working out. Produced by Three CP, not the darkest kind of techno, besides having those dark voices whispering gibberish summed by the traditional dark synth lines of techno, this track has a somewhat energetic feeling on it. Overall, it has techno viking’s approval.
The track has been featured in our Spotify playlist Synths of Techno:
With the rise of a an electronic climate in the air, since we are preparing for the Balaton Sound which takes place in Hungary, we will focus on Techno , and today it will be about Underbooz. After Caleano, covered by Synths of Eden earlier, they released Fiel EP with 3 tracks, that are very likely to leave a striking impression on techno lovers.
The duo from Barcelona has released more than 3 works this year, a trilogy of albums dedicated to the number 7 (Seven Sisters, Seven planets, and Seven Deadly Sins), as covered here before. Not tired, they returned on Booz Moz with a three-track EP called “Fiel EP”. They are making Techno on a big scale, almost machine-like.
If they’re back by popular demand, we don’t know, but the first track is called “Popular Domain” and it takes you into a trip with a hard hitting kick and an acid touch that reminds us of Greed, a track from Seven Deadly Sins, but with a heavier percussion.
With “Secret Flavor”, track number two, we can enjoy a rough bass and groove, creating an instigating atmosphere that will not let you rest a single moment. The third track is called “Galactic Empire” is lighter than the previous and much more cheerful with a clean groove.
Popular Domain has been featured in our Spotity playlist Synths of Techno:
Released 8th June, by Baroque Records, You Don’t Know by Munich-based artist Tomcraft is the second feature of our new Spotify Playlist – Synths of Techno.
The single also contains other track, High Fidelity. Tomcraft’s style of techno is full of energy, yet not so dark, there’s a lot of groove on it. Discrete synthesizers at same points, that merge with more intense monophonic bass lines. All of these blended with melodic arpeggios. There are some long bridges that will make you trip after long minutes of kicks and drums.
The first feature to our Synths of Techno Spotify Playlist is from an Italian producer of techno. Released 15th July, Deep side of love from EsseEffe, in italian it sounds like SF. The track was released on uSound Records.
Esse Effe’s main influences are techno trance from the early 2000s, his style pursues a techno groove with many different unexpected layers coming and going, playing with chord progressions and rhythm all the time. While presents us with acid bass arpeggios and synth stabs.
Synths of Eden new techno playlist. Classic techno, new techno, heterodox techno, traditional techno, all techno.
At first we were mainly posting techno tracks in Synths of Eden playlist, but I guess techno is such a particular style of electronic music that it deserves a playlist just for itself. The idea was to mix different influences of techno, some more contemporary, others more unconventional or “heterodox”, as much as some progressive techno, minimal or more old school techno, everything when it comes to techno is included. As usual, 50 tracks, that will be updated each new techno track or artist we feature on the blog, which means it’s a rotative playlist.
Rooted was released this 25th of May by TTilawok, part of the album Into Memory (Bandcamp), another singular techno track, surely not the one you’ll listen in your underground local techno club. TTilawok calls it dub techno in his metadata, not without a purpose, as this track mixes techno with ethereal synth pads. The track, as much as for the whole album itself, is highly composed by danceable chord progressions, rhythms and arpeggiated sequences. It has been recorded in EMS (Elektronmusikstudion), Stockholm, during the years of 2016/2017. Besides being released digitally it is also being distributed in cassettes, that can be ordered by Bandcamp as well.
The album does not limit itself to techno, also trespassing the fields of house, acid, dub, ambient and downbeat. Rooted is being featured is our Spotify Playlist Synths of Eden.
Bio: TTilawok is a photographer and electronic music producer based in Stockholm, Sweden. His photography utilizes doubleexposure to create unique scenes from both natural and human born landscapes. His musical style ranges from deep house and techno to lo-fi, minimal, and ambient. Combining samples, synthesis, and analog drum machines, he traverses the realms of acid, ambient, low-fi, and downbeat.
For those YouTube lovers out there, here you go the embedded music video:
Nothingness is techno track deserves respect, available for free download, Psychopanda, from India gives us a track rich in sound, with glitchy bass, psycho melodies, that does justice to its cute artist name. The track has almost 8 minutes but don’t expect the usual repetitive techno style, but an ever changing one, without losing its tune and all the feelings it provides. In his soundcloud page you can also find tracks such as Hide and Seek and Contact Made, both tracks also available as free download.
According to Psychopanda, he’s mostly inspired by Jon Hopkins‘ sound.