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No More – Suicide Commando

Post punk, electro and minimal, I love this song!

No More - Suicide Commando - official video of the original version - 1981

Anthony Rother – Back Home

Anthony Rother is a super artist (for me he has managed to lift the legacy of Kraftwerk) and this is a hammer track.

Anthony Rother - Back Home (HD)

I-F – I Do Because I Couldn´t Care Less

Nice dark dragging bassline with spacebleeps funkin it up. Evocative !!!

Fischerspooner – Emerge


Fischerspooner - Emerge

Thomas Schumacher – When I Rock

“…when I rock it’s something to see ,something to see, something to see”
One of my favourite techno tracks of all time and still sounds great!

Monika Kruse , Timmo – Violet

Summer is coming <3

Monika Kruse & Timmo - Violet (Promo Mix)

Luca Morris – Givin Into Love

This record has nothing to do with the bombs above,but i want to mention it because I have beautiful memories every time I played it

Luca Morris - Givin Into Love (Electropical Record 27)

Romanthony – Let Me Show You Love (Quick Dub)

This is the track you wanna hear late at night when everything is cool and warm at the same time in the club or on the beach, a chill time glass of white wine in the hand and a simply two steps, eyes closed move !  

Romanthony - Let Me Show You Love (Quick Dub)

R.N.D. Technologies – Ultrafilter EP – Ultrafilter

Juventus last won the Champions League in 1996 (SIGH!!!) and this gem was my personal soundtrack of this fantastic year

R.N.D. Technologies - Ultrafilter EP - Ultrafilter

The Shamen – Pro Gen/Move Any Mountain

The first record i bought! “I can move move move any mountain”  is the message!
We should always be optimistic about the future 😉

The Shamen - ProGen/Move Any Mountain - ProGen91

Various Artists – Various 01 (Electropical Records)

French label and party series Electropical Records mark their 10th anniversary by kicking off a new Various Artist series with a fantastic first edition featuring 10 exclusive new tracks from the likes of Spike Jones, The Forsaken, Steffan Blaze, Trecci and many more.
Electropical was launched back in 2009 in sunny Nice, on the French Riviera. The label’s goal was to push the talents of local artists alongside that of renowned acts from the world of techno, in doing so they have established themselves as a consistent and highly respected imprint.
First up on this celebratory compilation is Spike Jones, one of the fathers of the techno sound in Bordeaux, label boss and someone often supported by Laurent Garnier. His ‘Skyfall’ is a deep and cosmic techno adventure with pensive pads. Parisian Hiroki Ishikura has directed electroacoustic concerts around the world next to making hot club tracks and keeps things perfectly deep and dubby here.
Jules Wells is another major French player whose sounds have made it on to Kevin Saunderson’s KMS Records and offers the serene, Detroit styled techno soul of ‘Flightlight.’ Elsewhere Moon Beam pair The Forsaken take us back to a playful filter house sound with ‘1997’ and Steffan Blaze shows off his lush melodic sound on ‘Stramp.’
Continuing to cover plenty of ground, Luca Morris & Mozzy Rekorder link for the thrilling, synth-heavy and bass driven techno of ‘Rhyme’ and Smith & King are another top duo whose ‘Rescue 65’ is an up-tempo, stab ridden bit of throwback, hands-in-the-air techno for the peak of the night. Things close out with Jérome Caproni’s haunting techno hypnosis ‘Acid Under Pressure’ and Deep Kulture Radio show host Trecci’s ‘Pass the Plug,’ which is a timeless, main room, piano- laden bomb.

Various Artists – Various 01 Electropical Records 27th May 2019 VR01