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ID164 1. Vikthor - Hit The Run
Intec Digital

Out on Beatport now https://www.beatport.com/release/hit-the-run/2407647 Carl Cox is an industry figurehead whos legacy in music includes his iconic label Intec, which he runs with friend and business partner Jon Rundell, and the new release is from Italian artist Vikthor. Intec is synonymous with many of electronic musics most prestigious artists having released music by people ranging from Eats Everything to Nicole Moudaber, but its also respected for its key role in helping give exposure to fresh talent, and this EP is one such example of championing a new artist set for big things. Vikthor is a promising artist who is starting to make waves following music on labels including The YellowHeads' Reload Black Label, Steve Mulder's Orange, and the highly influential Bush Records run by Eric Powell. Also an accomplished DJ in his home city of Naples, his debut on Intec is a fine example of the aggressive techno style that has led to Vikthor catching the attention of people like Carl Cox. First on the EP Hit The Run starts as it means to continue, and from the get-go hits hard with its pounding percussion, which is lifted by the building tension of the lead synth. Full of energy, this peak time cut of techno is made more dramatic with explosive vocal bursts. Second is Savage that as the title suggests, is a beast of a track with its filtered chord stabs and fizzing hi-hats. Building steady momentum, the track's understated style is built on suspense and the captivating hypnosis of looped chords.

Techno
2,868
ID164 2. Vikthor - Savage
Intec Digital

Out on Beatport now https://www.beatport.com/release/hit-the-run/2407647 Carl Cox is an industry figurehead whos legacy in music includes his iconic label Intec, which he runs with friend and business partner Jon Rundell, and the new release is from Italian artist Vikthor. Intec is synonymous with many of electronic musics most prestigious artists having released music by people ranging from Eats Everything to Nicole Moudaber, but its also respected for its key role in helping give exposure to fresh talent, and this EP is one such example of championing a new artist set for big things. Vikthor is a promising artist who is starting to make waves following music on labels including The YellowHeads' Reload Black Label, Steve Mulder's Orange, and the highly influential Bush Records run by Eric Powell. Also an accomplished DJ in his home city of Naples, his debut on Intec is a fine example of the aggressive techno style that has led to Vikthor catching the attention of people like Carl Cox. First on the EP Hit The Run starts as it means to continue, and from the get-go hits hard with its pounding percussion, which is lifted by the building tension of the lead synth. Full of energy, this peak time cut of techno is made more dramatic with explosive vocal bursts. Second is Savage that as the title suggests, is a beast of a track with its filtered chord stabs and fizzing hi-hats. Building steady momentum, the track's understated style is built on suspense and the captivating hypnosis of looped chords.

Techno
3,576
ID163 1. Diego Infanzon - Locomotora
Intec Digital

Out now on Beatport https://www.beatport.com/release/locomotora/2407632 Carl Cox is an industry figurehead whos legacy in music includes his iconic label Intec, which he runs with friend and business partner Jon Rundell. The new release on Intec is from Diego Infanzon whos a South American artist based in Uruguay where he also DJs at the La Terraza parties playing alongside the likes of Nic Fanciulli, Joseph Capriati, Matthias Tanzmann, Coyu, Technasia, Jay Lumen and John Digweed for example. Diego Infanzon has risen through the ranks of the South American electronic music scene and is hotly tipped as one of the regions most exciting talents, which is not only due to his skills behind the decks but also his growing back catalogue of produced music. Along with this his Intec debut he also boasts EPs on Christian Smith's Tronic, Uto Karems Agile Recordings, 2000 and Ones Bitten, as well as Chus & Ceballos' Stereo Productions. With a sound that also incorporates elements of house, this release showcases the techno orientated side of Diego Infanzons eclectic music taste. Locomotora opens the EP with acid flutters and stabbing synths layered with crisp percussion and subtle bursts of euphoria. Deep and shimmering, this techno cut has melodic elements fused with a rolling groove. Whether this is a harder track for melodic DJs, or a building track in a harder set, this multipurpose track is most definitely an essential addition. Take This One is second of the two tracks and it lifts things up a gear with tough percussion and an arpeggiated lead synth. The trippy modulation on the lead synth builds to an intense drop and the introduction of a looped vocal is both explosive and unexpected. If you are looking for a secret weapon to lift the mood or surprise a dance floor, then this is the track for you.

Electronic
6,319
ID163 2. Diego Infanzon - Take This One
Intec Digital

Out now on Beatport https://www.beatport.com/release/locomotora/2407632 Carl Cox is an industry figurehead whos legacy in music includes his iconic label Intec, which he runs with friend and business partner Jon Rundell. The new release on Intec is from Diego Infanzon whos a South American artist based in Uruguay where he also DJs at the La Terraza parties playing alongside the likes of Nic Fanciulli, Joseph Capriati, Matthias Tanzmann, Coyu, Technasia, Jay Lumen and John Digweed for example. Diego Infanzon has risen through the ranks of the South American electronic music scene and is hotly tipped as one of the regions most exciting talents, which is not only due to his skills behind the decks but also his growing back catalogue of produced music. Along with this his Intec debut he also boasts EPs on Christian Smith's Tronic, Uto Karems Agile Recordings, 2000 and Ones Bitten, as well as Chus & Ceballos' Stereo Productions. With a sound that also incorporates elements of house, this release showcases the techno orientated side of Diego Infanzons eclectic music taste. Locomotora opens the EP with acid flutters and stabbing synths layered with crisp percussion and subtle bursts of euphoria. Deep and shimmering, this techno cut has melodic elements fused with a rolling groove. Whether this is a harder track for melodic DJs, or a building track in a harder set, this multipurpose track is most definitely an essential addition. Take This One is second of the two tracks and it lifts things up a gear with tough percussion and an arpeggiated lead synth. The trippy modulation on the lead synth builds to an intense drop and the introduction of a looped vocal is both explosive and unexpected. If you are looking for a secret weapon to lift the mood or surprise a dance floor, then this is the track for you.

Electronic
8,900
ID162 1. Mark Greene - All Said & Done
Intec Digital

Out now on Beatport https://www.beatport.com/release/all-said-and-done/2347997 Carl Cox is an industry figurehead whos legacy in music includes his iconic label Intec, which he runs with friend and business partner Jon Rundell, and the new release is a label debut from Irish producer Mark Greene. Mark Greene has been building up his reputation following releases on Spektres Respekt, Steve Mulders Orange, Oscar Aguileras HE-ART, A.Pauls Naked Lunch and Hollens Prospect. Already a popular DJ on the Irish club scene playing regular gigs in Dublin and other parts of the country, the success of his productions has lead to international gigs playing in places like Germany, Austria, Holland, Lithuania and Poland. With a hard hitting style influenced by the likes of Dave Clarke, The Advent and Richie Hawtin, this release showcases what he is all about and why he has caught the attention of Carl Cox. First on the release is All Said & Done which has a rolling groove, rumbling bassline and dark atmosphere. With a punishing intensity and the menacing sound of epic pads, the track's female vocal stabs cut through the building intensity to release the pressure with uplifting bursts. Fast and furious, this is peak time techno that takes no prisoners. Track two What's Good? is on the same vibe as the first but with hints of acid and prominent clap rhythms it takes things up a gear. Mechanical hi-hats and ominous synths make this robust sounding cut have a huge presence on a dance floor. Engulfing all who hear it, this is a peak time techno masterpiece which every DJ needs in their arsenal.

Electronic
12,569
ID162 2. Mark Greene - What's Good?
Intec Digital

Out now on Beatport https://www.beatport.com/release/all-said-and-done/2347997 Carl Cox is an industry figurehead whos legacy in music includes his iconic label Intec, which he runs with friend and business partner Jon Rundell, and the new release is a label debut from Irish producer Mark Greene. Mark Greene has been building up his reputation following releases on Spektres Respekt, Steve Mulders Orange, Oscar Aguileras HE-ART, A.Pauls Naked Lunch and Hollens Prospect. Already a popular DJ on the Irish club scene playing regular gigs in Dublin and other parts of the country, the success of his productions has lead to international gigs playing in places like Germany, Austria, Holland, Lithuania and Poland. With a hard hitting style influenced by the likes of Dave Clarke, The Advent and Richie Hawtin, this release showcases what he is all about and why he has caught the attention of Carl Cox. First on the release is All Said & Done which has a rolling groove, rumbling bassline and dark atmosphere. With a punishing intensity and the menacing sound of epic pads, the track's female vocal stabs cut through the building intensity to release the pressure with uplifting bursts. Fast and furious, this is peak time techno that takes no prisoners. Track two What's Good? is on the same vibe as the first but with hints of acid and prominent clap rhythms it takes things up a gear. Mechanical hi-hats and ominous synths make this robust sounding cut have a huge presence on a dance floor. Engulfing all who hear it, this is a peak time techno masterpiece which every DJ needs in their arsenal.

Electronic
15,870
ID159 1. Matt Sassari Feat. Patrik Berg - Nervosity
Intec Digital

Out now on Beatport https://www.beatport.com/release/nervosity/2348004 Carl Cox is an industry figurehead whos legacy in music includes his iconic label Intec, which he runs with friend and business partner Jon Rundell, and the new release is from Matt Sassari. Matt Sassari originally joined Intec working in collaboration with D-Unity but this is the Frenchmans second solo release following his EP on the label at the end of 2017. The success of his first solo release on Intec made a second almost inevitable and since then Matt Sassari has also contributed music to Dense & Pika's Kneaded Pains, Martin Eyerers Kling Klong, Sasha Carassis Phobiq and Monika Kruses Terminal M. On top of this he has also done a top selling remix of Green Velvets classic anthem "La La Land". A multitalented artist, Matt can effortlessly switch between making both techno and house music, but this release showcases his hard side with a thumping style that leans towards the more banging end of techno. Teaming up with German producer Patrik Berg fresh from their successful release together on Terminal M which received heavy DJ support and hit the top 3 on Beatport they are now back together for this next chapter on Intec. Nervosity starts the EP and from the offset takes no prisoners with the relentless pounding of its hammering kick drum. Building in intensity, the tracks ferocity is made more intense with grinding synths and the commanding vocals menacing tones. With a rigid sound that undoubtedly falls under the category of hard techno, this exhilarating track is strong enough to shake the foundation of any club in which its played. Second is Kun Daha which takes its title from the vocal phrases that have a tribal feel to them. Like a spiritual ceremony or perhaps a dark offering, the track has dramatic conga hits and booming tom drums reminiscent of those used by aboriginal tribes. Contrasting with the otherwise mechanical background, this distinctly individual cut has a tough sound and an unusual blend of textures. Not as hard as the first cut but still tailored to the club, this is peak time techno at its most captivating.

Techno
13,565
ID159 2. Matt Sassari Feat. Patrik Berg - Kun Daha
Intec Digital

Out now on Beatport https://www.beatport.com/release/nervosity/2348004 Carl Cox is an industry figurehead whos legacy in music includes his iconic label Intec, which he runs with friend and business partner Jon Rundell, and the new release is from Matt Sassari. Matt Sassari originally joined Intec working in collaboration with D-Unity but this is the Frenchmans second solo release following his EP on the label at the end of 2017. The success of his first solo release on Intec made a second almost inevitable and since then Matt Sassari has also contributed music to Dense & Pika's Kneaded Pains, Martin Eyerers Kling Klong, Sasha Carassis Phobiq and Monika Kruses Terminal M. On top of this he has also done a top selling remix of Green Velvets classic anthem "La La Land". A multitalented artist, Matt can effortlessly switch between making both techno and house music, but this release showcases his hard side with a thumping style that leans towards the more banging end of techno. Teaming up with German producer Patrik Berg fresh from their successful release together on Terminal M which received heavy DJ support and hit the top 3 on Beatport they are now back together for this next chapter on Intec. Nervosity starts the EP and from the offset takes no prisoners with the relentless pounding of its hammering kick drum. Building in intensity, the tracks ferocity is made more intense with grinding synths and the commanding vocals menacing tones. With a rigid sound that undoubtedly falls under the category of hard techno, this exhilarating track is strong enough to shake the foundation of any club in which its played. Second is Kun Daha which takes its title from the vocal phrases that have a tribal feel to them. Like a spiritual ceremony or perhaps a dark offering, the track has dramatic conga hits and booming tom drums reminiscent of those used by aboriginal tribes. Contrasting with the otherwise mechanical background, this distinctly individual cut has a tough sound and an unusual blend of textures. Not as hard as the first cut but still tailored to the club, this is peak time techno at its most captivating.

Techno
16,654
ID160 1. Frank Biazzi - Reflection
Intec Digital

Out now on Beatport https://www.beatport.com/release/reflection/2347994 Carl Cox is an industry figurehead who’s legacy in music includes his iconic label Intec, which he runs with friend and business partner Jon Rundell, and the new release is from veteran Frank Biazzi. Belgium based Frank Biazzi is making his Intec debut following releases on labels including Marco Bailey's MB Elektronics and Christian Smith’s Tronic. Frank Biazzi also heads up his own label Trauma Records, and has remixed tracks by the likes of Ken Ishii and Mauro Picotto. A stalwart of Belgium’s techno scene, Frank is a regular booking at many of the country’s clubs and festivals, and often plays gigs in other parts of Europe. Having been involved in music for well over two decades, his early releases on the classic techno label Lupp Records were regularly supported by Carl Cox, Dave Clarke and Monika Kruse. Frank Biazzi had to remove himself from music for a number of years due to a growing problem with the hearing disorder tinnitus, but now back in the studio, he has spent the last couple of years picking up where he left off. Track one “Reflection” opens the EP with a thumping groove lead by the pound of the hammering kick drum. Taking its title from the looped vocal sample, the track has a thick sound comprising of only a few core elements. Each of the sounds have an ominous presence creating a raw aggression that’s timeless within the techno genre. Second on the EP “Ravage” is equally as hard as the first cut with a dark atmosphere and menacing intent. The lead synth takes a clear influence from late '90s techno, which is the style that Frank Biazzi is often associated, and fans of both new and old will not be disappointed with this intently powerful track.

Techno
10,894
ID160 2. Frank Biazzi - Ravage
Intec Digital

Out now on Beatport https://www.beatport.com/release/reflection/2347994 Carl Cox is an industry figurehead who’s legacy in music includes his iconic label Intec, which he runs with friend and business partner Jon Rundell, and the new release is from veteran Frank Biazzi. Belgium based Frank Biazzi is making his Intec debut following releases on labels including Marco Bailey's MB Elektronics and Christian Smith’s Tronic. Frank Biazzi also heads up his own label Trauma Records, and has remixed tracks by the likes of Ken Ishii and Mauro Picotto. A stalwart of Belgium’s techno scene, Frank is a regular booking at many of the country’s clubs and festivals, and often plays gigs in other parts of Europe. Having been involved in music for well over two decades, his early releases on the classic techno label Lupp Records were regularly supported by Carl Cox, Dave Clarke and Monika Kruse. Frank Biazzi had to remove himself from music for a number of years due to a growing problem with the hearing disorder tinnitus, but now back in the studio, he has spent the last couple of years picking up where he left off. Track one “Reflection” opens the EP with a thumping groove lead by the pound of the hammering kick drum. Taking its title from the looped vocal sample, the track has a thick sound comprising of only a few core elements. Each of the sounds have an ominous presence creating a raw aggression that’s timeless within the techno genre. Second on the EP “Ravage” is equally as hard as the first cut with a dark atmosphere and menacing intent. The lead synth takes a clear influence from late '90s techno, which is the style that Frank Biazzi is often associated, and fans of both new and old will not be disappointed with this intently powerful track.

Techno
12,870
ID161 1. Jason Fernandes - Heath
Intec Digital

Out now on Beatport https://www.beatport.com/release/heath/2347995 Carl Cox is an industry figurehead whos legacy in music includes his iconic label Intec, which he runs with friend and business partner Jon Rundell, and the new release is from Jason Fernandes. UK based Jason Fernandes returns to Intec for his third EP on the imprint, and further solidifies his position as a core member of the label's family of artists. With an impressive back catalogue, Jason Fernandes has also featured music on Hans Bouffmyhre's Sleaze, Sasha Carassi's Phobiq, and his own label Subfigure. Along with many solo productions, Jason has also collaborated with heavyweight producers such as The Advent for releases on labels such as Drumcode and H-Productions. A popular DJ playing gigs all over Europe and further afield, his tracks are often supported by other club spinners such as Adam Beyer, Chris Liebing and Slam. Heath kick starts the EP with a blend of spacious production, atmospheric textures, and spooky vocals. Deep and eerie, there is a compelling mood to the track which adds to its overall sense of suspense. Its tough percussion and purposeful structure are slow building, but with everything combined this is a captivating cut of dark techno. Royal Free is the second track and compared to the first cut it has a more up tempo groove with a warehouse party vibe. The rave influenced synths and vocal stabs are layered with snare rolls and bass drops that give the track a hands in the air energy, and implementing a subtle tech house influence to give it some genre crossover appeal.

Techno
16,089
ID161 2. Jason Fernandes - Royal Free
Intec Digital

Out now on Beatport https://www.beatport.com/release/heath/2347995 Carl Cox is an industry figurehead whos legacy in music includes his iconic label Intec, which he runs with friend and business partner Jon Rundell, and the new release is from Jason Fernandes. UK based Jason Fernandes returns to Intec for his third EP on the imprint, and further solidifies his position as a core member of the label's family of artists. With an impressive back catalogue, Jason Fernandes has also featured music on Hans Bouffmyhre's Sleaze, Sasha Carassi's Phobiq, and his own label Subfigure. Along with many solo productions, Jason has also collaborated with heavyweight producers such as The Advent for releases on labels such as Drumcode and H-Productions. A popular DJ playing gigs all over Europe and further afield, his tracks are often supported by other club spinners such as Adam Beyer, Chris Liebing and Slam. Heath kick starts the EP with a blend of spacious production, atmospheric textures, and spooky vocals. Deep and eerie, there is a compelling mood to the track which adds to its overall sense of suspense. Its tough percussion and purposeful structure are slow building, but with everything combined this is a captivating cut of dark techno. Royal Free is the second track and compared to the first cut it has a more up tempo groove with a warehouse party vibe. The rave influenced synths and vocal stabs are layered with snare rolls and bass drops that give the track a hands in the air energy, and implementing a subtle tech house influence to give it some genre crossover appeal.

Techno
18,493
ID158 1. Eats Everything - Bettah
Intec Digital

Out now on Beatport https://www.beatport.com/release/bettah/2330746 Carl Cox is an industry figurehead whos legacy in music includes his iconic label Intec, which he runs with friend and business partner Jon Rundell, and the new release is a techno focused EP from Eats Everything. As his fans already know, Eats Everything is an eclectic artist who is hard to pigeon hole, and recently his chunky sound tailored for the dance floor has started to incorporate a lot more techno. Having first broken onto the scene following EPs on labels like Dirtybird and Petz Records, he has quickly risen through the ranks adding labels like Relief, Hypercolour and Crosstown Rebels to his impressive back catalogue. Eats Everything is a successful solo artist but many will also be familiar with collaborations working with people such as Justin Martin, Green Velvet, Tiga, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, Catz 'n Dogz and Claude VonStroke. His first Essential Mix for Radio 1 is still widely considered one of the best, and his techno tracks and remixes have already found homes on labels including Pan-Pots Second State and Matador's Rukus. Having already rubbed shoulders with many of electronic musics most iconic artists and arguably becoming an icon himself, its only logical that Carl Cox would be the next person to welcome Eats Everything into the fold, with this being his debut on Intec. First on the EP is Bettah which centres around the thump of a thickset kick drum and filtered synth stabs. All about the down beat, the tracks jackin groove and rigid sound is brought to live with the energy of the soulful vocals stabs. Straight up techno with a party vibe this track is sure to set the dance floor alight. Appropriately titled No Seatin Available the second cut on the EP makes you want to be on your feet while punching the air to the beat. Using tom drums to build a rolling groove, the tracks raw funk and dark atmosphere will have people rushing to the dance floor from all parts of the club once this gets hold

Techno
19,668
ID158 2. Eats Everything - No Seatin Available
Intec Digital

Out now on Beatport https://www.beatport.com/release/bettah/2330746 Carl Cox is an industry figurehead whos legacy in music includes his iconic label Intec, which he runs with friend and business partner Jon Rundell, and the new release is a techno focused EP from Eats Everything. As his fans already know, Eats Everything is an eclectic artist who is hard to pigeon hole, and recently his chunky sound tailored for the dance floor has started to incorporate a lot more techno. Having first broken onto the scene following EPs on labels like Dirtybird and Petz Records, he has quickly risen through the ranks adding labels like Relief, Hypercolour and Crosstown Rebels to his impressive back catalogue. Eats Everything is a successful solo artist but many will also be familiar with collaborations working with people such as Justin Martin, Green Velvet, Tiga, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, Catz 'n Dogz and Claude VonStroke. His first Essential Mix for Radio 1 is still widely considered one of the best, and his techno tracks and remixes have already found homes on labels including Pan-Pots Second State and Matador's Rukus. Having already rubbed shoulders with many of electronic musics most iconic artists and arguably becoming an icon himself, its only logical that Carl Cox would be the next person to welcome Eats Everything into the fold, with this being his debut on Intec. First on the EP is Bettah which centres around the thump of a thickset kick drum and filtered synth stabs. All about the down beat, the tracks jackin groove and rigid sound is brought to live with the energy of the soulful vocals stabs. Straight up techno with a party vibe this track is sure to set the dance floor alight. Appropriately titled No Seatin Available the second cut on the EP makes you want to be on your feet while punching the air to the beat. Using tom drums to build a rolling groove, the tracks raw funk and dark atmosphere will have people rushing to the dance floor from all parts of the club once this gets hold

Techno
25,111
ID157 1. Dysart - Forza
Intec Digital

Out now on Beatport https://www.beatport.com/release/forza/2330745 Carl Cox is an industry figurehead whos legacy in music includes his iconic label Intec, which he runs with friend and business partner Jon Rundell. The new Intec release is from DYSART, the artist alias of Matt Tanner. A rising star in the world of techno, he appears following a release on Dense & Pika's Kneaded Pains. Based in London where he also owns a commercial studio, this will be DYSARTs first release on Intec, and he has a second EP on Kneaded Pains plus music forthcoming on Sasha Carassis Phobiq also in the pipeline. Matt Tanners Scrutton Street Studios is frequented by artists like Mark Knight, Prok and Fitch, Full Intention, Dave Seaman, Darren Emerson and Danny Howells. The studio is a hub of creativity, and as the owner its now Matts turn to step out into the spotlight. DJs who have already supported DYSARTs releases include Adam Beyer, Dubfire, Danny Tenaglia, Maya Jane Coles and Skream. He is also a skilled DJ playing numerous sets with Carl Cox at Burning Man, along with past gigs in places like Turnmills and Ministry of Sound. Forza opens the release with tough percussion forming the grooves skeleton, which is fleshed out with a bubbling acid line and rolling bassline. With a dark and spacious atmosphere the tracks raw aggression ensures its aimed directly at the dancefloor. Beyond Reason is the slightly deeper of the two Techno cuts on the EP but it still packs a punch with mechanical percussion layered over murky synth textures. Its spooky atmosphere and unnerving tension combine to deliver a subdued but ominous aura of suspense.

Techno
14,102
ID157 2. Dysart - Beyond Reason
Intec Digital

Out now on Beatport https://www.beatport.com/release/forza/2330745 Carl Cox is an industry figurehead whos legacy in music includes his iconic label Intec, which he runs with friend and business partner Jon Rundell. The new Intec release is from DYSART, the artist alias of Matt Tanner. A rising star in the world of techno, he appears following a release on Dense & Pika's Kneaded Pains. Based in London where he also owns a commercial studio, this will be DYSARTs first release on Intec, and he has a second EP on Kneaded Pains plus music forthcoming on Sasha Carassis Phobiq also in the pipeline. Matt Tanners Scrutton Street Studios is frequented by artists like Mark Knight, Prok and Fitch, Full Intention, Dave Seaman, Darren Emerson and Danny Howells. The studio is a hub of creativity, and as the owner its now Matts turn to step out into the spotlight. DJs who have already supported DYSARTs releases include Adam Beyer, Dubfire, Danny Tenaglia, Maya Jane Coles and Skream. He is also a skilled DJ playing numerous sets with Carl Cox at Burning Man, along with past gigs in places like Turnmills and Ministry of Sound. Forza opens the release with tough percussion forming the grooves skeleton, which is fleshed out with a bubbling acid line and rolling bassline. With a dark and spacious atmosphere the tracks raw aggression ensures its aimed directly at the dancefloor. Beyond Reason is the slightly deeper of the two Techno cuts on the EP but it still packs a punch with mechanical percussion layered over murky synth textures. Its spooky atmosphere and unnerving tension combine to deliver a subdued but ominous aura of suspense.

Techno
16,726
ID156 1. Many Reasons - Obsessed
Intec Digital

Out now on Beatport https://www.beatport.com/release/obsessed/2303744 Carl Cox is an industry figurehead whos legacy in music includes his iconic label Intec, which he runs with friend and business partner Jon Rundell. This new Intec release is from Many Reasons, which is the techno alias of Italian duo Angelo Manicone and Michele Colombo, who had previously been known under the names of MiniCoolBoyz. Under their various aliases they have featured music on a huge range of labels including Phobiq, Break New Soil, Minus, 100%% Pure, Terminal M, Octopus Black, and their own Amazing Records. Since their first release in 2008, the pair have been one of Italys most prominent techno acts, and have played all over the world including clubs like Watergate in Berlin, plus festivals like Balaton Sound in Hungary. Many Reasons last release on Intec in September 2017 picked up support from the likes of Ambivalent, Alan Fitzpatrick, Wehbba plus Lee Van Dowski, and their much anticipated follow up brings stylish techno with a delicate sound design. First up is Obsessed and its namesake vocals, which sits over the stripped back groove consisting of mechanical hi-hats and rippling synths. The track has a very intimate vibe with whispered textures, but its full bodied sound more than fills the speakers, and its pounding bottom end is a certified party starter. The second track Rawphoria lifts it up a gear with a booming kick drum leading the slow building tension of the hypnotic background textures. The euphoric lead synth takes centre stage making this an understated and intricate cut of dancefloor focused techno with uplifting elements that complement its otherwise dark atmosphere.

Techno
16,034
ID156 2. Many Reasons - Rawphobia
Intec Digital

Out now on Beatport https://www.beatport.com/release/obsessed/2303744 Carl Cox is an industry figurehead whos legacy in music includes his iconic label Intec, which he runs with friend and business partner Jon Rundell. This new Intec release is from Many Reasons, which is the techno alias of Italian duo Angelo Manicone and Michele Colombo, who had previously been known under the names of MiniCoolBoyz. Under their various aliases they have featured music on a huge range of labels including Phobiq, Break New Soil, Minus, 100%% Pure, Terminal M, Octopus Black, and their own Amazing Records. Since their first release in 2008, the pair have been one of Italys most prominent techno acts, and have played all over the world including clubs like Watergate in Berlin, plus festivals like Balaton Sound in Hungary. Many Reasons last release on Intec in September 2017 picked up support from the likes of Ambivalent, Alan Fitzpatrick, Wehbba plus Lee Van Dowski, and their much anticipated follow up brings stylish techno with a delicate sound design. First up is Obsessed and its namesake vocals, which sits over the stripped back groove consisting of mechanical hi-hats and rippling synths. The track has a very intimate vibe with whispered textures, but its full bodied sound more than fills the speakers, and its pounding bottom end is a certified party starter. The second track Rawphoria lifts it up a gear with a booming kick drum leading the slow building tension of the hypnotic background textures. The euphoric lead synth takes centre stage making this an understated and intricate cut of dancefloor focused techno with uplifting elements that complement its otherwise dark atmosphere.

Techno
18,919
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