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"Tree Town" EP is out Nov 10 on Cuttin' Headz.

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Cuttin’ Headz, the label formed by Chris and Steve, will offer a diverse range of sounds, from fresh, stripped-down techno tools to one of their first loves, hip-hop. The first limited-edition EP drops end of the summer 2014, with a hand-screenprinted cover featuring original artwork by The Martinez Brothers.




Release Date2014-10-20
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 AEON009 is expertly crafted by AEON labelboss and veritable wunderkind of the multi-faceted anologue electronic, German DJ and producer Alex Niggemann.
 

As a firm believer that a collection of music should unravel and develop like the plot of a good book, this EP is an apt offering from the German maestro, who has recently seen (and is still seeing) underground chart success with his release ‘Materium’ on Poker Flat, as the likes of Sven Vath, Tale of Us and Mano le Tough continue to drop it to revering masses across the globe.






 Following successful releases on Poker Flat, Compost Black Label and Last Night On Earth to name a few, ‘Abaton’ carries on his chameleonic success. The title track highlights Niggemann’s affinity with texture and genre- defying sound, as he mixes ethereal chords with stark ashen synths for a truly goose bump- inducing musical experience.
 
First on remix duty is the outfit Quantum Entanglement, comprised of Lee Jones and Fink, who provide a somewhat mellow interpretation, leading into a satisfying deeper progression.
 
Irish producer Chymera evokes an eery landscape with his rework of the track, with the tentative sound of synths juxtaposed with murkier sonic trails and a tiptoeing bassline.
 
Niggemann rounds off the EP with ‘Tripping Minds’ - a maze of rhythmic curlicues that dance around melancholic pads and descend over a bassline that truly packs a punch, causing the listener to yearn for a dancefloor, or reminisce on a past moment of musical clarity that can only come from the most prolific of
music.
 
The fifth track is a Beatport exclusive in the form of a Lee Jones remix.
 
This collection of intelligent, almost lugubrious sonic expression is a fitting display of how far Alex Niggemann, and indeed his AEON label have come; catapulting you into a darker, more aggressive and impressive world of musical capability.























Released by:Groovonik Records
Release date:28 November 2014



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Groovonik welcomes George B with the "You Took My Love" EP A deep house journey with 3 fresh tracks. Dirty Floor, My Love Away, Off My Body, are three tracks that took us by pleasant surprise.George B, a young talented producer with a genuine approach to the genre. Enjoy.

Mixed by George B and mastered by Panos Nikolakopoulos at D2A Studios.
















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Out 22 October on Noir Music














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Those lovely chords, that growling bassline combined with Nancy Sinatra-esque vocals and one big tease and build. That's what makes this track a true stand-out and sound like nothing else in club-land right now. 

Thomas Schumacher and Caitlin surely made magic happen between them and this track was an instant sign now reaction from Noir Music





The remixes are done by Dustin Zahn with an oldschool detroit techno route and new talent Denite who keeps the original feel but with a more house-dub edge to it. If you want something special for your sets.... This is the one.











Release date:27 October 2014          
Released by:Suara



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We are very pleased to welcome to the kitty family to one of modern electronic music's most complete artists, Mark Fanciulli, who marks his debut with two original cuts. While "Sea Of Approval" is an aggressive House track with an addictive groove, "Detroit What" defines Mark's style and will be heard being played out in many clubs around the globe. This EP comes packed with a remix from Dosem, who takes the original to a darker and techier side. Welcome to the cat house Mark!




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Mastering by www.pobla.es


Big Support from: Laurent Garnier, Marco Carola, Maya Jane Coles, Agoria, Technasia, Gregor Tresher, Karotte, Guy J, Format: B, Nick Curly and many more!

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Release Date2014-10-17 Labels Mobilee Records


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It’s hard to believe that it’s been a year since Re.You last delivered one of his patented dark and brooding releases on Mobilee, so integral has he become to the identity of Anja Schneider’s Berlinbased imprint. But having diversified his production portfolio in 2014 with releases on Moon Harbour and Cocoon—the latter as one half of RAR with Rampa—Re.You returns to Mobilee with three tracks certain to satiate fans of the label’s techno leanings.

Not that Re.You was ever too far from home during his 12 month sabbatical. 






He appeared at almost a dozen Mobilee events this calendar year, from Barcelona and Berlin to Croatia and Cologne. 

Meanwhile, the June release of his remix of Rodriguez Jr.’s “Persistence of Vision” meant that the Berlin producer was present, if not accounted for, all summer long—proving that when a label and producer fit so well together, nothing can keep them apart for long.

Watching You finds Re.You in familiarly fine form, particularly pairing with South African poet Lazarusman on the B2 track, “Vivid.” Another example of the open door policy that house music thrives on.







   Released: 27.10.14               on Drumcode        



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Alan Fitzpatrick is back with a three-track EP that encapsulates what Alan’s Drumcode sound is all about. Hard-hitting drums that fire down onto the dance floor like cannon balls. Check! Intense key patterns that are as twisted as they are uplifting. Check! Beautiful melodies that seamlessly interlock with each element. 

Check! Big-sounding, infectious grooves and killer hooks generously sprinkled with the infamous Fitzpatrick magic over the top. CHECK! In short, this EP is everything we have come to expect from Alan over his long history with Drumcode (this is his 10th EP as a solo artist!), but still his sound remains fresh and super-charged for 2014.












Release Date 2014-10-22  LabelsMoon Harbour



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In the last couple of years Dusseldorf producer Maximiljan has made a serious impact with his EPs on labels like Noir, Liebe*Detail and Mobilee. Now he is stepping up to make his Moon Harbour debut. On his first EP for the label, Maximiljan serves up three deeply unique tech house cuts that are designed for maximum dancefloor dynamism. all the tracks here confirming that Maximiljan has a great grasp of groove perfectly suited to Moon Harbour.






Supported by: Marco Carola, Sasha, Dubfire, Booka Shade, Joris Voorn, Adam Beyer, Reboot, Schlomi Aber, Martin Eyerer, Felix Da Housecat, Tom Novy, Detlef, Peter Kruder, Clive Henry, Chris Wood, Marco Faraone, Sabb, Pirupa, Simon Baker, Arado, Davide Squillace, Sable Sheep, Kiki, Oliver Schories, Brothers’ Vibe, Zohki & Roozlee, Cuartero, Timo Maas, Steve Lawler, Stacey Pullen, ONNO




'Water Floor EP' is out 27th October 2014.





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Taking Ibiza by storm this summer, Flashmob are back with a new EP released on Defected’s sister label DFTD.

The Italian duo, whose most famous track, ‘Need In Me’, has over five million hits on YouTube, come back with ‘Water Floor’, which is in stark contrast to the up-beat stomper. Written in collaboration with vocalist Emma Black, the beat and bassline have attitude and are haunting, but will definitely have your head nodding.




Cutting through the rhythm, the synth is layered and takes you on a journey in the middle of the track, connecting all elements together. Second on the EP, ‘Live PA’, has the more familiar trademark Flashmob sound, with high hats crashing to the sound of the beat. With the addition of an alluring vocal sample, it floats gracefully in and out of the mix, complementing each other flawlessly. This track illustrates the simplicity of an energetic beat and bassline, showing off Flashmob’s style








Release Date 2014-09-01 Labels Sincopat





The outstanding Sincopat Been Touched series is back with another electronic music gem. Following its leitmotiv, this new release brings you a new pack of exciting and freestyle dance music, moving further away of conceptualism and rules. Sincopat Beentouched is a new gateaway for music artists to put their fresh ideas into. Seventeenth EP comes by the new and rising talent Raxon. Enjoy!













Released: 13 Oct 14 on Leftroom Records



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Close friends Matt Tolfrey and jozif have been planning collaborative material for quite some time, but it was the recent move to a new shared studio space that led to plans becoming reality. Recent months have seen the duo working solidly in the studio on album material for the newly formed Kerb Staller alias

 (Definition: - Pedestrians who halt pointlessly at traffic-free road crossings, holding up everybody behind them), which the pair will play live across 2015.









 Here Leftroom marks it’s 50th release, though Tolfrey tells us ‘this is just another chapter in a long story’, there’s lots more in the pipeline for the imprint with material from Jay Haze & ESB, Dinamo Azari, DJ Bone, Chez Damier and Cottam lined up.

Kicking things off is the original mix of ‘Safety Instructions’, seeing the pair employ a classic amen break, a 303 bass hook and chuggy guitar licks as the driving force. While the latter stages see vocal murmurs build tension in the depths of the cut, as the envelope of the acid line is opened up to a squelchy, psychedelic feel in true acid house fashion. 





Ibadan’s Jerome Sydenham steps up to rework ‘Safety Instructions’ next, providing a typically raw interpretation. Contrasting to the original cut Sydenham brings heavy distorted rhythms to the forefront here, as the expansive atmospherics and synth licks are subtly eased into the groove to create a slow-blooming reshape.


Opening the flip side of the release is ‘Siren Song’, taking things in a more album based, musical direction with a stuttering bass hook, clavia synth licks and original vocal lines helping create a charming and brilliantly unique composition from the duo.

 Thugfucker steps up to follow with his ‘Lio’s Wide Shut Rework’ of ‘Siren Song’, the Life & Death artists treat us to their signature melodic and entrancing style, fusing warm analogue pads and wandering arpeggios into a hypnotic workout.
























































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Hailing from Jimbolia - a small town in Romania, Dani and Robert are the DJ and production duo who call themselves NTFO. 

Why NTFO? Well, before they started to create music, they used to perform as a DJ act in their hometown club “Dolce Vita”, each under a different moniker - NTQ (Dani) and Fort (Robert). After a few years of spinning the decks in clubs here and there, the boys knew they had to take a step further into the electronic music industry and so they decided to produce their own unique sound, the sound of colorful deep house music, the sound of NTFO. The name is simply a result of their former aliases combined, using two letters from each.


Bursting onto the scene in January 2010 with the release of their first vinyl album, their records began to fly higher than expected, landing in the hands of some of the world’s best electronic music producers: “Allure” caught the eye of the Diynamic chief, Solomun who later on added them to his DIY Agency, while “Troops” entered Marco Carola’s sets and “Filter” peaked at #2 on Richie Hawtin’s beatport chart in 2009. Spring blossomed with the release of a new EP, hooked with three original tracks and a remix of Czubala Marcin from 8 bit, when in autumn the pair contributed to H.O.S.H.’s “Cash the Chord” EP with their own remix of the track, besides Audiojack and 360. 


2011 brings Rhadow into the picture along with the “Conclusions” EP released on Sintope Digital Records, however in February, together with Optick, NTFO signed “Tremble” at Sintope Vinyl. The EP encompassed remixes from Alex Piccini & Older, Mucky Pups and Rhadow. Even before its official launch, the material was already supported by leading names in the industry like Joseph Capriati, Loco Dice, Lauhaus, Audiojack, Butch and Tom Budden. As the fall came again, Dani and Robert threw a new track on Diynamic records, “Feelings” - perhaps one of their hottest, most loveable tracks until now.

In February 2012 the much-hyped duo produced another stupefying track, in collaboration with H.O.S.H. and Malonda. “High”, featured on Diynamic 055 obviously lifted them up, whereas with its 58th announcement, the Hamburg-based label presented a three-track “Various Artists” EP which exposed “Nobody Else” - a collab between NTFO and Netherlands export Karmon. With its bouncy bassline and rhythmic pulse highlighted by spherically playful notes, the melody takes you on a wonderful journey, casting a spell over your dancing soul.

With the beginning of 2013, NTFO haughtily announced the launch of a new label, Jargon, a sublabel for Sintope Digital. The imprint looks to further showcase the latter of underground music, creating a sound which Robert describes as “rather old-school house, or maybe even techno”. Moreover, this year the boys prepare “Slagare vol.4”, another outstanding EP in collaboration with Rhadow (due out in April). In spring we’ll also see the first drop on Jargon, besides another one of their top-notch productions for Diynamic.

Romania’s electronic music industry is growing and NTFO are flowering! Keep an eye out for the two, they could be spinning around the country, or in Germany, the UK, Netherlands, Switzerland or even Brazil!