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    Marcel Dettmann is playing in Seattle for decibel september 26

    i'm gonna go on a road trip with my vancouver dj crew, if anyone wants to join us you're more than welcome

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    ^ Wicked.

    Rrose, o my... anything he puts out blows me away.

    Yall remember when Olof Dreijer from The Knife was putting out techno tracks as Oni Ayhun few years back ? That side project seems to of died now, some great tracks came from it. http://www.discogs.com/artist/1140661-Oni-Ayhun


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    ^ of course! i remember hearing this one being played at panorama bar not too long ago:



    good stuff. also, i think i've already posted this guys boiler room set on here somewhere - insane:




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    Quote Originally Posted by resolution653 View Post

    Yall remember when Olof Dreijer from The Knife was putting out techno tracks as Oni Ayhun few years back ?
    he was the guy from the knife?

    this is news to me lol

    this isn't as weird as when i found out a bunch of producers i listened to were actually pseudonyms of Shed

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    Quote Originally Posted by etgreg View Post
    resolution653

    A few more you might like
    Of course, good looking out. Soon as I saw Svreca I nodded my head. Anyone unfamiliar, look into the label http://www.discogs.com/label/78265-Semantica-Records

    I discovered that label from the E.R.P releases from Gerard Hanson, also put out the masterpiece techno album as http://www.discogs.com/Convextion-Co...on/master/6164 highly recommended if ya never heard his work before.

    Been Playing Electronic Explorations - 294 while editing this post, so into it man, thanks.
    Quote Originally Posted by antabaka View Post
    he was the guy from the knife?
    Yup, that was him. Was around the time they weren't doing anything together as The Knife, sister put out the solo Fever Ray record and he was doing his thing as Oni Ayhun.

    I'm not sure when it was revealed to be him but around that time as well there quite a few anonymous white label releases, Adam X was releasing as Traversable Wormhole... Sandwell District was going strong, good years for techno.
    Quote Originally Posted by kanne View Post
    also, i think i've already posted this guys boiler room set on here somewhere - insane:
    feeling the Horseman tracks. Haven't heard the name before but put them in my queue for later to dig into. Cheers.
    Last edited by resolution653; 07-22-2014 at 02:34 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by antabaka View Post
    ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh myyyyyyyyyyy goooooooooood

    i one day hope to be able to play berghain

    or even just to set foot in there
    You should, before Berlin kills his own culture forever.

    Stott was amazing btw, lots of deconstructed jungle breaks.

    Does anyone know more stuff like these Powell-tracks?
    https://soundcloud.com/experimedia/p...music-ep-album

    It's so woody and chunky, it nearly sounds like a no-wave band playing techno.
    "Das Getöse war absolut geworden, man hörte es nicht mehr."
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    Currently listening to, Index. Part Two. EXHIBITION DESIGN 2​.​5 http://semanticarecords.bandcamp.com...tion-design-25

    This cut...


    Reminds me of

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    Quote Originally Posted by gin soaked boy View Post
    You should, before Berlin kills his own culture forever.

    Stott was amazing btw, lots of deconstructed jungle breaks.

    Does anyone know more stuff like these Powell-tracks?
    https://soundcloud.com/experimedia/p...music-ep-album

    It's so woody and chunky, it nearly sounds like a no-wave band playing techno.
    i used to rinse that ep in my dj sets when they came out. actually



    ^^also that semantica release looks sick, i never listened to it

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    Quote Originally Posted by antabaka View Post
    i used to rinse that ep in my dj sets when they came out. actually
    Nice!

    Is there any of your stuff online?
    "Das Getöse war absolut geworden, man hörte es nicht mehr."
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    Quote Originally Posted by gin soaked boy View Post
    Nice!

    Is there any of your stuff online?
    http://www.mixcloud.com/vargkilleddio/
    https://soundcloud.com/frostbittenkvlt



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    all the djs gotta wear ricks
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    ^ Put on the buyselltrade mix. Started with a fav of mine, Kangding Ray. I was surprised how much I liked the Solens Arc album. Looking over the tracklist

    A coincidence there's an Ancient Methods mix at the top of the frostbittenkvlt link. When browsing the discog of Headless Horsemen, I thought of them... a less aggresive imo sound of the dark, smoke filled, warehouse techno with a tinge of industrial that is Ancient Methods.

    Also, Orphx is another act that comes to mind when hearing that style of techno.


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    Okay, I see SZ likes quite different music than me

    Some time ago, I saw Lake People playing live. Was an amazing experience.

    https://soundcloud.com/favor-heights...-uneasy-hiding

    Also, I really like the David August stuff. His Boiler Room set (yes, I know...) is amazing.

    https://soundcloud.com/platform/david-august
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    Quote Originally Posted by resolution653 View Post
    Started with a fav of mine, Kangding Ray. I was surprised how much I liked the Solens Arc album.

    dude kangding ray is such a sweet dude
    my friend brought him out to play here and he did solens arc live with a huge table of custom drum machines and synths
    we took him to dinner the night after and he's got this hilarious deadpan german sense of humor

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    Quote Originally Posted by antabaka View Post
    dude kangding ray is such a sweet dude
    my friend brought him out to play here and he did solens arc live with a huge table of custom drum machines and synths
    Sounds great.

    He played at Tresor last night. Shame, i'm too fucked up now to experience the free Sam Kerridge vs Shapednoise-set at Ohm.

    Quote Originally Posted by antabaka View Post
    dude kangding ray is such a sweet dude
    we took him to dinner the night after and he's got this hilarious deadpan german sense of humor
    He is from France actually...

    Nice selection. And great you're into breakcore as well.
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    Man I wish I could go see Kerridge vs Shapednoise for free. The new Shapednoise video that was posted recently is intense.

    Speaking of RRose did anyone listen to the new 12" that was just recently released? "Eating the other"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gin soaked boy View Post
    Sounds great.

    He played at Tresor last night. Shame, i'm too fucked up now to experience the free Sam Kerridge vs Shapednoise-set at Ohm.



    He is from France actually...



    Nice selection. And great you're into breakcore as well.
    yeah he was born there and grew up there but moved to berlin
    still speaks with a french accent
    when he was growing up in france he listened to post rock and only post rock

    his taste is really sweet

    dude i'd do anything for that set at ohm
    and for free??? damn dude

    i missed d'marc cantu last night because i spent a week binge drinking and i was exhausted from my own hedonism to actually make it out

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    Quote Originally Posted by brettwagg View Post
    Man I wish I could go see Kerridge vs Shapednoise for free. The new Shapednoise video that was posted recently is intense.

    Speaking of RRose did anyone listen to the new 12" that was just recently released? "Eating the other"?
    eating the other is pretty good, i like it

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    Agreed, but I haven't been disappointed by anything from Rrose so far ... I think the project is getting better as time goes on as well.

    Listening to the Dasha Rush Boiler Room set from 6 months ago or so now

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    Mofiya

    Techno is just like ice cream; it's all good with lots of flavors for everyone :)

    brettwagg

    You are correct about Rrose, he/she never disappoints. It's an interesting travel how Rrose got into the techno scene; having friends around like Bob Ostertag doesn't hurt.

    Enjoy

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r6_roxpaWOo

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