Darkstar – Timeaway (Nguzunguzu Remix) (2013)

The new remix EP, ‘HD7’, is out now on Warp Records. Available on 12″ and digitally from,
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Darkstar will be performing a headline show at Corsica Studios, London on Tuesday December 3rd with support from Jam City and Micachu (DJ Set). For more information and to buy tickets head tohttp://bit.ly/IoM1P2



Gesaffelstein – Hellifornia (2013)

French techno producer/DJ Gesaffelstein (aka Mike Levy) has spent a few years fine-tuning his underground credentials, releasing cuts on cool dance labels including Bromance and Tiga’s Turbo, and packing out European club nights. He’s also been steadily edging towards mainstream recognition, remixing increasingly high-profile acts (Depeche Mode; Lana Del Rey) and co-producing two provocative highlights on Kanye West’s Yeezus album: Send It Up and the glammy Black Skinhead. Aleph is Gesaffelstein’s debut artist album, and it comes swathed in circuit board-style artwork and complex sentiments. ‘I have a facility to understand dark emotion,’ he says. It’s also rather lofty in its approach: the title Aleph is the first letter in both the Arabic and Hebrew alphabets; even Gesaffelstein’s name references the German term ‘Gesamtkunstwerk’ (meaning ‘universal artwork’) and, er, Albert Einstein. [Source]

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André Obin – The Arsonist (2013)

American synth pop artist and producer, André Obin released The Arsonist this summer and is prepping his sophomore LP, slated for release in early ’14. In the meantime, some of Obin’s contemporaries took on a four tracks from his recent release to make up The Arsonist Remixes EP, out November 12 on Sky Council Recordings. [Source]


Black Asteroid – Grind (2013)

Black Asteroid is back on CLR with a challenging four track EP full of top notch, uncompromising Techno. The man who started his career as a sound engineer for Prince at the legendary Paisley Park Studios has once more created a cutting edge, exciting sound full of unrelenting energy and depth. For many years Bryan Black aka Black Asteroid has been touring the world´s most important festivals with his award-winning band MOTOR, sharing stages with bands like Depeche Mode, Daft Punk and Nitzer Ebb. With his solo project Black Asteroid he manifests a modern yet timeless sound, fusing and enhancing the very root element of Techno with some of his pioneering technics and skills. Grind, Grinder, Black Body Radiation and Black Body Radiation (Dub) are the tracks on this brand-new EP, following up the project´s acclaimed debut The Engine EP, which was released on CLR in 2011 and the five track Black Acid EP on Speedy J´s renowned Electric Deluxe imprint in 2012. Everyone on the label is very excited to release this new chapter in the musical history of one of North America´s most inspiring and restless sound wizards. If you are into quality, dynamic Techno with a daring attitude, you should definitely pay attention to this impressive release. [Source]



UPDATE! New interview in SPIN Magazine here.