Back To Mine with Sascha Braemer

Come back to mine and check out tracks and influences that have been a part of me since the beginning, 25 years ago.’ 

Space – Magic Fly

One of the first tracks i can remember as a young boy…

Patrick Cowley – Megatron Man

My favorite track in 1981

Patrick Cowley - Megatron Man

Antena – Camino Del Sol

One of my all-time favorites… legendary

Antena - Camino del sol (Original)

Energy 52 – Cafe Del Mar (DJ Kid Paul Remix)

In 1993 i raved around the world and I remember this track which I heard everywhere – loved this mix from Kid Paull

Energy 52 - Cafe Del Mar ( DJ Kid Paul Mix )

Emanuel Top – Acid Phase

No words to this genius track

Emmanuel Top - Acid Phase

Blue Alphabet – Cybertrance

I remember back in 1994, we were just dancing all the time – no drugs, maybe a beer – thats it. The sounds & melodies were the only drug by then and made us all happier. 

Blue Alphabet - Cybertrance - Bonzai Classic

Richie Hawtin / Steve Bug – Low Blow

2002 was the time where I started to produce, influenced by this track mainly. (3 years later i released my first track)

Bug vs Hawtin - lowblow

Justin Martin – The Sad Piano (Charles Webster Remix)

Charles has been one of the big influences on me for sure.

Justin Martin - Sad Piano (Charles Webster Remix)

Laurent Garnier – Crispy Bacon

My favorite LG track – epic!

Ricardo Villalobos – Dexter

Ricardo is a genius and this track is my all-time fav from him. 

Ricardo Villalobos - Dexter

Sascha Braemer – Megan EP (Systematic Recordings)

Recently spotted on the label’s monolithic ‘15 YRS Systematic’ V/A collection last summer with ‘Matar’ and mixing up the 11th edition of the label’s ‘My Love Is Systematic’ late 2018, Berlin’s Braemer returns with this deliciously atmospheric triplet of late night treats.

‘All I Know’ lights the fire. A swooping slab of marching cosmic house laced with hazy, desert-bound vocals, it’s Braemer at his most stately yet introspective. It’s followed by the EP title track ‘Megan’, a tense story of a song that’s sprung with tightly coiled mystique that unfolds to tell a different chapter at every twist and turn. Arpeggios, god-tier drum cracks and a deep driving groove, whoever Sascha’s Megan is, she’s had the strongest of impressions on him; this is immense.

Finally ‘FOU’ brings us to an astounding finale. Whirling, chugging otherworldly groovery; it’s the perfect conduit from house to techno, earth to the stars, head to the dancing feet. Braemer knows where he’s going.