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[Mix]: THNTS – NovaFuture Blog Mix October 2017

October 15, 2017
 

DJ:
THNTS

 

Introduction:
Just recently THNTS has discovered electronic music, before he was mostly interested in Hardcore, Black- and Doom-metal. A record collector and enthusiast he especially appreciated the created atmosphere. Soon he began to find the similarities in atmosphere and sound also in experimental kinds of techno. His DJ-sets resemble this development: sometimes driving, sometimes dreamy, but always telling a tale. After 1,5 years of involvement in the apathy crew he was a founding member of the new project ESCH which was born in the beginning of 2016.

 

Listen & Download:
NovaFuture Blog Mix October 2017

 

Tracklist:
01. Don’t DJ – Pornoire
02. Antigone – Ostinato
03. Volte-Face – Blatchington Mill (Wata Igarashi Remix)
04. Ness – Trancemigration
05. Deepbass & Ness – Outer Limits
06. Elad Magdasi & Mathias Weber – Magnet (Blind Observatory Remix)
07. Cyspe – Passing
08. Edanticonf – Interlude
09. Avion – Centum (Blind Observatory Remix)
10. Nuel – Blue-ray
11. Mike Parker & Donato Dozzy – Paramagnetism
12. Alan Backdrop – Cherber
13. Droneghost – Ouija 3
14. Citty – Courage

 

Websites:
THNTS
Esch

 

poto credit: Dennis Beutner

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[Mix]: Juan Sanchez – NovaFuture Blog Visual Mix 002

October 11, 2017
 

DJ:
Juan Sanchez

 

Introduction:
Amsterdam-based DJ/producer and founder of the Format label Juan Sanchez has been considered a crowd favorite for years in the international techno community. Promoters across the globe have already called on Juan’s signature sound: stripped-down, powerful techno designed for peak time hours at mainstages as well as more intimate settings. Juan has performed in a wide variety of venues and festivals including Berghain (DE), D-Edge (BR), Club4 (ES), Shankeys (Ibiza), Awakenings, HYTE and Time Warp, to name but a few.

Aside from performing, Juan is frequently on studio lockdown, having released numerous cuts on labels such as Stockholm Ltd, Wolfskuil and Drumcode Ltd. amongst many others.

Furthermore, Juan also curates his own label Format Records. Its releases have seen warm welcomes from artists worldwide, including Ben Sims, Speedy J, Oscar Mulero, Luke Slater, DVS1, Laurent Garnier a.o.

With plenty of gigs and new projects lined up for 2017, including a special various artist LP on his imprint, Juan continues to push techno boundaries.
Juan has performed in a wide variety of venues and festivals including Berghain (DE), D-Edge (BR), Club4 (ES), Shankeys (Ibiza), Awakenings, HYTE and Time Warp, to name but a few.

Aside from performing, Juan is frequently on studio lockdown, having released numerous cuts on labels such as Stockholm Ltd, Wolfskuil and Drumcode Ltd. amongst many others.

Furthermore, Juan also curates his own label Format Records. Its releases have seen warm welcomes from artists worldwide, including Ben Sims, Speedy J, Oscar Mulero, Luke Slater, DVS1, Laurent Garnier a.o.

With plenty of gigs and new projects lined up for 2017, including a special various artist LP on his imprint, Juan continues to push techno boundaries.

 

Video:

 

Listen on SC & Download:
“NovaFuture Blog Visual Mix 002”

Download will be available from January/February 2018

 

Tracklist:
We will publish the tracklisting in 3 weeks

 

Recommendations:
EP “Despite The … ” on Format
EP “Qualia” on Format

 

Booking:
Gloam for Juan Sanchez

 

Websites:
Future Error
Juan Sanchez

 
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[Mix]: Philipp Drube – NovaFuture Blog Visual Mix 001

September 25, 2017
 

DJ:
Philipp Drube

 

Introduction:
Philipp Drube is a Berlin based artist and resident of the Ismus series. His sound focuses on straight forward Techno combined with Ambient and Electro, encircled by Dub, Trance and Acid elements. Starting with running own events in Hamburg around 2011, he moved to Berlin in 2013 and became part of the Ismus collective in 2015. Subsequently, he gained experience playing at clubs like Tresor, About Blank, Griessmühle, Suicide Circus or Arena Club in Berlin, and Uebel & Gefährlich or PAL in Hamburg.

 

Video:

 

Listen on SC & Download:
“NovaFuture Blog Visual Mix 001”

 

Tracklist:
We will publish the tracklisting in 3 weeks

 

Websites:
Future Error
Philipp Drube

 
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[Mix]: Janzon – NovaFuture Blog Mix September 2017

September 18, 2017
 

DJ:
Janzon

 

Introduction:
Janzon’s discovered his passion in music and DJing during a school project in 2007 when he decided to produce his first album. Since then he improves his skills, and influenced by IDM, Techno, Leftfield and other genres he developed his very unique sound. In 2013 he met Moerbeck who was searching for artists for his new label “code is law” at that time. Janzon contributed a track on the label’s first sampler among artists like Sawf and Eomac. A year later, Janzon released his first solo EP “The Primal Scream”, followed up by “Twisted Dust” in 2015.

Since 2014 Janzon is resident at the “Lehmann Club”, the home of one of the most innovative Techno Clubs in Germany.

 

Listen & Download:
NovaFuture Blog Mix September 2017

 

Tracklist:
01. Tobias – Autopoiesis
02. Demdike Stare – Forest Of Evil (Dawn)
03. Mike Parker – Shakuachi One
04. Archetype – Persistence Of Vision
05. Mihail Shevchenko – Bullet For Headache
06. Mr. Mau – The Chained Rhythm
07. Głós – Phosphor (Cut Lingerie)
08. Kølpøs – SA500
09. Anthony Vieira – Sheep Records Track 2
10. Shadow Dancer – Friendly Fire
11. Deuce – Twerp Wiz
12. Sept – Script (I/Y Remix)
13. Randomer – Music for Two Kalimbas
14. Orlando Voorn – In Da Jungle
15. Jay Denham – Update
16. Glacial23 – Charon (Interferon Remix)
17. Grungerman – Fackeln Im Sturm

 

Recommendations:
EP “Twisted Dust” on Code Is Law
sampler “Wolves” w/ Janzon track on Code Is Law

 

Booking:
Code Is Law

 

Websites:
Janzon

 
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[NovaFuture Blog Exclusive Mix]: Akmê plays Planet Rhythm

September 12, 2017
 

DJ:
Akmê

 

About the concept:
Here is the sixteenth instalment of our series “abc plays xyz”.

The idea behind it is to ask some DJs/mixing artists if they have an artist or label in mind that they love and would like to use for a mix.

So the approach of each mix is clear: the choosen DJ/mixing artist makes a selection of tracks produced by one artist (and her/his monikers) or released on a label (and its sublabels) and creates a nice mix from it.

Find links to all instalments at our overview. Today we present you Akmê’s mix of tracks from Planet Rhythm.

 

About Akmê:
Born and raised in the suburbs of Potsdam, Akmê first developed his penchant for electronic music in the middle of the 2000s. He soon found a home and outlet for his musical exploits at Spartacus Potsdam, a club which helped shape him both musically as well as socially. Having organised numerous events and sampling all of the delights suburbia had to offer, he was drawn to the bustling metropole of neighbouring Berlin. Here he quickly attained a foothold in the music scene at ://about blank; a move which blossomed into a residency in 2014. Akmê’s sets are known for their diversity, they are profound improvisational odysseys which explore deep planes of emotions. Though if there is one thing they achieve above all else, it is that they will make you move. Simply put: Techno with groove.

 

About Planet Rhythm:
Planet Rhythm’s is a dutch techno label, that is currently owned by Triple Vision Music Group. The label was originally founded by Glenn Wilson back in the early 90’s in Sweden with the help of Adam Beyer, Umek, Gaetek, Thomas Krome, Slobodan & Patrick Skoog and many more local techno producers at the time. The label then changed ownership around 2005 to keep growing into its current form with more than 100 releases and a huge roster of modern day techno producers, with artists like Fanon Flowers, Radial, Bas Mooy, Exium, Scalameriya, Sleeparchive, Yan Cook,TWR72, Emmanuel, Re:Axis, Giorgio Gigli, VSK, DJ Boss, D. Carbone, Christian Wünsch, Matrixxman, Oscar Mulero, Echologist, Woo York and many more both well known and upcoming artists. With a steady stream of releases, Planet Rhythm has always played an important role, and it will continue to be a landmark, explore the boundaries , search for talent that design the future, and expand its catalog with strong, solid and often versatile techno. Techno is too big of a concept to limit its self to just 1 approach and 1 direction.

 

Listen & Download:
“Akmê plays Planet Rhythm”

 

Akmê About His Choice:
Planet Rhythm is one of not many record labels, from which i always have at least five records in my bag. Due to the constantly versatile output of the label it’s no secret that i’m a big fan of the label. With decades of experience they shape techno like nobody else can do.

My first aim was to introduce you to the wide range of electronic music, which came out on Planet Rhythm over the past 23 years. I don’t know how much cigarettes were smoked and how much liters of wine were drunk while i was sitting in my kitchen listening to every single release.

After i realised thats it’s going to be very difficult to mix the trancy sound from of 90th with the hard techno from the millennium and the modern melodically touched sound of today, i’ve chosen to make a cut in 2007 and mix a couple of tracks, which were released in the past ten years. I also made this because I think that this will be a mix listend with headphones on the streets, in your office or maybe at home (I like when techno is not only made for clubs). So here’s the smoother and groovy side of Planet Rhythm.

 

Tracklist:
01. Tadeo – The Gate
02. Exium – Intro
03. Spiros Kaloumenos – Intro
04. Charlie Don’t Surf – Djupt Under
05. Steve Parker – Into The Void
06. Woo York – Acid Rain
07. Reeko – Between Ourselves
08. Exium – Flood Runner
09. BLNDR – Tape #303
10. Bichord – prophetic dreams
11. Woo York – Grad
12. Giorgio Gigli & Ness – Eon
13. Kaiser – Future
14. Von Grall – Quadratic
15. Dynamo – Solide Movement
16. Re:Axis – Synthesize
17. Aleja Sanchez – Oxcard
18. Robert S (PT) – Nery
19. Woo York – Acidic Uniformity
20. Radial – Like A House
21. Exium – Aces High
22. Vladw – Cluster
23. Pjotr G – False True
24. Reeko – Look At Me
25. Andre Walter & Chris Hope – Today
26. Pjotr G & Dubiosity – Dying Message
27. Steve Parker – Sirius

 

Recommendations:
Akmê’s EP “ConnWax004”
Dave Simon’s “Traib EP” on Planet Rhythm

 

Booking:
:// Blank Boooking

 

Websites:
Akmê @ Facebook
Akmê @ Soundcloud
Planet Rhythm
Planet Rhythm @ Facebook