The Slovenian techno-master Veztax returns to Sub Cult with his latest three-track EP. “Huma Kavula” up first, tribal techno at its best. The more uptempo “We Meet Again” follows, with a big and action-packed breakdown. Last track is “Without Law”, a non-conformist track, deeper and darker than the others and with an abstract rhythm and build up. Strong tracks, original and highly danceable. Play them loud!
EP Supported By:
Aka Carl, Luciano, Axel Karakasis, Marco V, Pascal Feos, Drumcell, Anderson Noise, Patrick DSP, Q’Hey, Remo-Con , Ogi, Rydel, Shaun Mauren, Distek, Maximus Bellini, Mario Montero, Luke Creed, Alan Gretsch, Steel Grooves, Marcello Perri…
Three tracks by Datamatrix on the Special Series 15 from SUB CULT. “Loud Frequency” is a deep and hypnotic techno-groove with excellent vocals spread out throughout the track, and a hihat that really gets your head banging. “Creation of Your Mind” is more quirky, but nonetheless sports a slamming kick and well-timed breakdowns. Last up is “Your Time”, equally quirky with a slow and steady build, but really gets you going when it kicks in. Creative and forward-thinking techno, worth taking the time to check out completely!
EP Supported By:
Aka Carl, Cristian Varela, Anderson Noise, Reaky, Pascal Feos, Pedro Delgardo, Peppelino, Ogi, Chicago Loop, Marcello Perri, DJ Link, Distek, GamuT, Jon The Dentist, Paul Langley, Paul Langley, Emmerick Gortz , Paulo AV, Alan Gretsch, Larix, G8, Wyrus, DJ CTX, Alexey Kotlyar, Markus Schulz, Jack Wax, Rydel, John Rowe, Miss Kosmix, DJ Phabian, Paula Cazenave, Mark Rey, Louk, Chris Collins, Paul Begge, Matteo Pitton,
Special EP 14 is a four-tracker by the infamous techno-producer going by the name of Steel Grooves. Kicking off with “How Hard Can It Be” which sports a rubber-like bassline which gives the track a lot of bounce. Hiphop vocals over the top make it effectively catchy while still remaining a serious techno-groove. “Good One” up next, and it sure does the title justice: oldschool synthstabs and a female moan over a solid foundation of bass and drums give this track a hypnotic feel. Third on the EP is “Back In The Day”, a percussion-driven big-room track with a bouncy bassline and a no-nonsense buildup. “So Negative” rounds off this EP, with a proper classic techno-feel to it. 909 drums, distorted synths, sweeps and down-pitched claps set a sinister and dark atmosphere.
EP Supported By: Aka Carl, Cristian Varela, DJ Link, DJ Ogi, Du’Art, Marcello Perri, Mario Montero, Miquel, Pascal Feos, Veztax, Roman Zawodny, Reaky, Paul Langley, Kev D, DJ CTX, DJ Gumja, Dualitik, G8, GamuT, Wyrus, House Husbands, Jack Wax, John Rowe, Jon The Dentist, Louk, Maarten de Jong, Marcio M, Mark Rey, Markus Schulz, Miss Kosmix, Paul Begge, Paula Cazenave, Paulo AV, Ray Marshall, Tony DiAngelo, Will Rees, Alan Gretsch, Audio Dolls, Bitch Bros, Chris Chambers, Daz Furey, Iago Alvarez, L Groove
EP70 is in, kicking off with the massive rolling and dark “Go” by Distek. Kev D is up next with a moody and deep techno-groove with big bass and hypnotic synths. Maxx & 3Phazegenerator “In Motion” is faster paced while G8 closes off the EP with his “Santa on Prozac” a typical hardgroove banger with a summery feel to it. Something for hardgroove techno and deep techno lovers alike, but SUB CULT quality Techno all around.
EP Supported By:
Aka Carl, Cristian Varela, Glenn Wilson, Anderson Noise, D.A.V.E. The Drummer, Bryan Kearney, Du Art, Pascal FEOS, Marko Nastic, Ortin Cam, Stanny Franssen, Veztax, Peppelino, Paula Cazenave, Markus Schulz, Ogi, Jon The Dentist, Dualitik, Alexi Delano, Almir Ljusa, Balthazar + Jackrock, Kev D, Distek, G8, GamuT, Rydel, The Technicians, Wyrus, ZK, Thomas Will, Mario Montero, A.P., leksandar Petkov, Alex Jockey, Alexey Kotlyar, Audio Dolls, Bitch Bros, Darren Gerhold (Galaxy fm), DJ CTX, DJ Gumja, DJ Steve Butch Jones, Eddie Neal, Fuma Funky, House Husbands, Jack Wax, Peat Noise, Will Rees, Trick C, James Barge, John Rowe, KN, Logan Hudak, Mark Rey, Miss Kosmix, Norman Quarill Andretti,
The 12th edition of the Special Series comes to us by the hands of the techno heavyweight Pedro Delgardo. His “Greater Than, Less Than” is a massive techno-groove cut up by a robotic vocal, scratches and effects. The first remix is by Chicago Loop, adding a rolling bassline and classic synths to the mixture. The final remix is by DJ Ogi, who transformed the track into a more dark and hypnotic version with an evil little arp-groove adding to its deepness. Once again a solid EP with techno for the masses.
EP Supported By:
Anderson Noise, Cristian Varela, Paco Osuna, Veztax, Patrick DSP, D.A.V.E The Drummer, Marcello Perri, DJ Ogi, Ortin Cam, Chicago Loop, DJ Mika, Markus Schulz, Distek, Glenn Wilson, Peppelino, Pedro Delgardo, Stanny Franssen, Paul Langley, Steel Grooves, Miquel, Paula Cazenave, AnGy KoRe, Trick C, Chris Collins, Johan (DI Radio), Mario Montero, John Rowe, Q’Hey, A.P, Kev D, Ryders, GamuT, Jon The Dentist, Fuma Funky, Vegim, Roman Zawodny, Ganez, Kris Day, Mr Spring [2FM], Ray Marshall, DJ Phabian, Andy BSK, John Gibbons, Paul Begge, G8, KN Japan,