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ID146 1. Tomy DeClerque - Accident
Intec Digital

The new Intec release comes from Tomy DeClerque who is a Slovenian DJ at the forefront of his home country's electronic music scene, and along with his own solo music, he has collaborated on tracks with the likes of UMEK and Cristian Varela. With a number of previous releases on Intec, Tomy DeClerque's first releases on Carl Cox label was in 2010, and has also released on other imprints such as Toolroom, Phobiq, 1605, Blu Fin and Mauro Picottos label Alchemy. First on the EP is Accident and its monstrous kick drum which sets the tone for the rest of the track that builds with heavy claps and morphing acid pulses. Stabbing vocal phrases add some uplifting energy to this high octane slice of techno, which takes no prisoners with its dancefloor focused style. Track two XoX takes things up a gear with its menacing lead synth and rattling hi-hats that form a part of its mechanical groove, and that moves with the force of a freight train. Dark and mischievous, there is no doubt this track is perfect for peak time club sets, and will be a vital addition to the arsenal of any Techno DJs sure fire crowd pleasers.

Electronic
6,712
ID146 2. Tomy DeClerque - XoX
Intec Digital

The new Intec release comes from Tomy DeClerque who is a Slovenian DJ at the forefront of his home country's electronic music scene, and along with his own solo music, he has collaborated on tracks with the likes of UMEK and Cristian Varela. With a number of previous releases on Intec, Tomy DeClerque's first releases on Carl Cox label was in 2010, and has also released on other imprints such as Toolroom, Phobiq, 1605, Blu Fin and Mauro Picottos label Alchemy. First on the EP is Accident and its monstrous kick drum which sets the tone for the rest of the track that builds with heavy claps and morphing acid pulses. Stabbing vocal phrases add some uplifting energy to this high octane slice of techno, which takes no prisoners with its dancefloor focused style. Track two XoX takes things up a gear with its menacing lead synth and rattling hi-hats that form a part of its mechanical groove, and that moves with the force of a freight train. Dark and mischievous, there is no doubt this track is perfect for peak time club sets, and will be a vital addition to the arsenal of any Techno DJs sure fire crowd pleasers.

Electronic
9,665
ID145 Mark Rogan - Phase 1
Intec Digital

Out now on Beatport https://www.beatport.com/release/tribal-phases-ep/2177234 The latest Intec release is from Mark Rogan, a Northern Irish artist whose dark and driving style of techno has been a feature of labels ranging from A.Pauls Naked Lunch to Rebekahs Decoy Records. Based in Belfast where he forms an integral part of the cities underground club scene, this is Mark Rogans first release on Intec, and with two solid tracks to show, we doubt it will be his last. Listing a diverse range of influences, Mark Rogan first discovered rock music before moving over to trance, and finally settling on his long-term love of techno, where he lists key influences such as The Advent, Speedy J, Ben Sims, Dave Clarke and Joey Beltram. First on the release is Phase 1 that starts with deep pad stabs layered over fast flowing percussion. Claps add energy to the groove whilst rushing ethereal pads add atmosphere and create tension. Timeless with a subtle tribal influence, this up-tempo slice of techno is reminiscent of early Intec releases from the likes of UMEK. The second track Phase 2 starts with the gritty sound of a raw percussion loop layered under piercing synths and vocal stabs. Classic in its structure this track going back to the roots of techno with its rough around the edges sampling techniques and sound design, but in the process delivers a wonderful sense of nostalgia with a distinctly modern twist.

Electronic
7,638
ID145 Mark Rogan - Phase 2
Intec Digital

Out now on Beatport https://www.beatport.com/release/tribal-phases-ep/2177234 The latest Intec release is from Mark Rogan, a Northern Irish artist whose dark and driving style of techno has been a feature of labels ranging from A.Pauls Naked Lunch to Rebekahs Decoy Records. Based in Belfast where he forms an integral part of the cities underground club scene, this is Mark Rogans first release on Intec, and with two solid tracks to show, we doubt it will be his last. Listing a diverse range of influences, Mark Rogan first discovered rock music before moving over to trance, and finally settling on his long-term love of techno, where he lists key influences such as The Advent, Speedy J, Ben Sims, Dave Clarke and Joey Beltram. First on the release is Phase 1 that starts with deep pad stabs layered over fast flowing percussion. Claps add energy to the groove whilst rushing ethereal pads add atmosphere and create tension. Timeless with a subtle tribal influence, this up-tempo slice of techno is reminiscent of early Intec releases from the likes of UMEK. The second track Phase 2 starts with the gritty sound of a raw percussion loop layered under piercing synths and vocal stabs. Classic in its structure this track going back to the roots of techno with its rough around the edges sampling techniques and sound design, but in the process delivers a wonderful sense of nostalgia with a distinctly modern twist.

Electronic
10,204
ID144 1. Luca De-Santo - Reach Me
Intec Digital

This latest Intec release is one such example of Carl Cox discovering a fresh new artist that he wants to showcase and present to the world. With two original tracks this new release is from Scottish producer Luca De-Santo who joins the Intec family following previous releases on labels including Krannit, 18-09 and Black Square Recordings. Luca De-Santo based in Glasgow, is also a DJ who plays regularly at numerous nights in his home city. Alongside local gigs, he also boasts international booking at events such as Portugals BPM Festival. Track one Reach Me is lead by a pounding kick drum and starts with thundering percussion which packs a serious punch. Stabbing pads lift the mood and the female vocal phrases give it a warehouse feel, while subtle bursts of white-noise are used to build tension. Fast and furious, this relentless techno workout is full throttle from the first beat. Requiem is the deeper of the two tracks with warm textured pads that hold a gentle euphoria, which sit in stark contrast to the hard hitting backing drop on which they are layered. Fusing raw energy and poignant emotion with an outcome thats firmly focused at the dancefloor, this is masterfully crafted techno with a truly timeless sound.

Electronic
15,365
ID144 2. Luca De-Santo - Requiem
Intec Digital

This latest Intec release is one such example of Carl Cox discovering a fresh new artist that he wants to showcase and present to the world. With two original tracks this new release is from Scottish producer Luca De-Santo who joins the Intec family following previous releases on labels including Krannit, 18-09 and Black Square Recordings. Luca De-Santo based in Glasgow, is also a DJ who plays regularly at numerous nights in his home city. Alongside local gigs, he also boasts international booking at events such as Portugals BPM Festival. Track one Reach Me is lead by a pounding kick drum and starts with thundering percussion which packs a serious punch. Stabbing pads lift the mood and the female vocal phrases give it a warehouse feel, while subtle bursts of white-noise are used to build tension. Fast and furious, this relentless techno workout is full throttle from the first beat. Requiem is the deeper of the two tracks with warm textured pads that hold a gentle euphoria, which sit in stark contrast to the hard hitting backing drop on which they are layered. Fusing raw energy and poignant emotion with an outcome thats firmly focused at the dancefloor, this is masterfully crafted techno with a truly timeless sound.

Electronic
17,297
ID143 1. BEC - Forward
Intec Digital

Out now on Beatport https://www.beatport.com/release/forward-motion-ep/2165543 The new Intec release is from British born Rebecca Godfrey who is better known to Techno fans as BEC via her seminal releases on Pan-Pots label Second State. Now living in Berlin, BEC has received critical acclaim from publications like Pulse Magazine who recently listed her alongside the likes of Helena Hauff, Dasha Rush and Rebekah as one of The Underground's 10 Leading Ladies. BEC has a great future ahead as she continues to make waves and plays gigs everywhere from London to Hong Kong. Including a release on Hydrozoa this is only her second release outside of Second State, and Intec are honoured to welcome her to the family. Starting with pulsating synths "Forwards" builds with tightly sequenced percussion. The lead synths uplifting notation is offset by eerie bass stabs, and these contrasting moods combine to create captivating tension. Stripped back with subtlety at its core, this techno track takes control without you even knowing it's got you under its spell. Track two "Motion" has a clatter of metallic claps and morphing synths that ripple and shimmer. Understated with a hypnotic groove, the mechanical rhythms flow with precision engineering and attention to detail. Like lemon sorbet, this is the perfect palette cleaner, but can also be served as a bitter sweet dessert.

Electronic
13,134
ID143 2. BEC - Motion
Intec Digital

Out now on Beatport https://www.beatport.com/release/forward-motion-ep/2165543 The new Intec release is from British born Rebecca Godfrey who is better known to Techno fans as BEC via her seminal releases on Pan-Pots label Second State. Now living in Berlin, BEC has received critical acclaim from publications like Pulse Magazine who recently listed her alongside the likes of Helena Hauff, Dasha Rush and Rebekah as one of The Underground's 10 Leading Ladies. BEC has a great future ahead as she continues to make waves and plays gigs everywhere from London to Hong Kong. Including a release on Hydrozoa this is only her second release outside of Second State, and Intec are honoured to welcome her to the family. Starting with pulsating synths "Forwards" builds with tightly sequenced percussion. The lead synths uplifting notation is offset by eerie bass stabs, and these contrasting moods combine to create captivating tension. Stripped back with subtlety at its core, this techno track takes control without you even knowing it's got you under its spell. Track two "Motion" has a clatter of metallic claps and morphing synths that ripple and shimmer. Understated with a hypnotic groove, the mechanical rhythms flow with precision engineering and attention to detail. Like lemon sorbet, this is the perfect palette cleaner, but can also be served as a bitter sweet dessert.

Electronic
17,270
ID142 1. Matt Sassari - Rock Trick
Intec Digital

Out now on Beatport https://www.beatport.com/release/brigade-mordor-ep/2165544 This new release is from Matt Sassari who is a French producer presenting a solo EP following his collaboration with D-Unity, which was released on Intec earlier in the year was a much anticipated follow-up to their top selling EP titled Fire Up This is Matt Sassaris first solo EP for Intec and his music can also be found on labels including SCI+TEC, Tronic, Bitten, and UMEKs 1605, amongst many others of a similar calibre. He has also featured a solo EP on Techno pioneer Kevin Saundersons label KMS Records. Also a popular DJ who regularly flies between continents to headline some of the worlds best clubs, this release is trademark of Matt Sassaris diverse sound that incorporates tough percussion with rolling grooves and intense atmosphere. Rock Trick opens the EP with a thundering kick drum and clattering atmospheric percussion, which sound like the inner workings of a powerful machine. Full of torque and an abundance of horsepower, this tracks full throttle groove is enough to rock the foundations of any Techno club. Second is the dark atmosphere and growing tension of "Brigade" that packs in rubbery textures and spooky FX, which is not for the feint hearted. Building with snare rolls and unnerving vocal bursts, each bass drop grows with impact and the dancefloor intensity increases.

Electronic
14,200
ID142 2. Matt Sassari - Brigade Mordor
Intec Digital

Out now on Beatport https://www.beatport.com/release/brigade-mordor-ep/2165544 This new release is from Matt Sassari who is a French producer presenting a solo EP following his collaboration with D-Unity, which was released on Intec earlier in the year was a much anticipated follow-up to their top selling EP titled Fire Up This is Matt Sassaris first solo EP for Intec and his music can also be found on labels including SCI+TEC, Tronic, Bitten, and UMEKs 1605, amongst many others of a similar calibre. He has also featured a solo EP on Techno pioneer Kevin Saundersons label KMS Records. Also a popular DJ who regularly flies between continents to headline some of the worlds best clubs, this release is trademark of Matt Sassaris diverse sound that incorporates tough percussion with rolling grooves and intense atmosphere. Rock Trick opens the EP with a thundering kick drum and clattering atmospheric percussion, which sound like the inner workings of a powerful machine. Full of torque and an abundance of horsepower, this tracks full throttle groove is enough to rock the foundations of any Techno club. Second is the dark atmosphere and growing tension of "Brigade" that packs in rubbery textures and spooky FX, which is not for the feint hearted. Building with snare rolls and unnerving vocal bursts, each bass drop grows with impact and the dancefloor intensity increases.

Electronic
17,716
ID141 1. Frazier & Rudosa - Invasion
Intec Digital

Out now on Beatport https://www.beatport.com/release/invasion-ep/2147913 Carl Cox is an iconic figurehead of the electronic music industry, whose influential legacy includes his much famed label Intec, which he runs with friend and business partner Jon Rundell. Joining forces for their debut Intec release is Frazier and Rudosa who are two British born solo producers, whose tracks on this release have already been causing quite a stir with Richie Hawtin, Pan Pot, Sam Paganini and Adam Beyer. Based in the English city of Manchester, Rudosa is the alias of Mark Bradbury, who before its recent closing was formerly a resident of the world famous Sankeys nightclub, where he warmed up for a string of top international DJ's. Rudosa's intelligent yet driving strain of techno has previously been released on labels including Phobiq, Underground Audio and Respekt Recordings. Frazier (UK) is based in the Scottish city of Glasgow where his club night iNCEPT is also held. Frazier is resident DJ at Hans Bouffmyhre's Sleaze night too, which also runs in Glasgow and he as warmed up for DJ’s ranging from Dustin Zahn to Nicole Moudaber. Having also released on labels in including Pan-Pot’s Second State, his music is regularly supported by the likes of Sam Paganini, Luigi Madonna and Ben Klock. First up is "Invasion" starts with raw percussion and an eerie vocal that gives the track its title. Stripped back with acid stabs and building tension, this Techno cut is understated with a timeless sound. Hard hitting with a stomping groove it's a certified club banger. "Rotate" is second on the release with shuffling hi-hats and building synth stabs. Lead by the thump of the kick and crisp claps that cut through the mix, this track has metallic pads influenced by the classic sound of Detroit. Finished with a commanding vocal, it ticks all the boxes needed for a powerful Techno anthem.

Techno
21,702
ID141 2. Frazier & Rudosa - Rotate
Intec Digital

Out now on Beatport https://www.beatport.com/release/invasion-ep/2147913 Carl Cox is an iconic figurehead of the electronic music industry, whose influential legacy includes his much famed label Intec, which he runs with friend and business partner Jon Rundell. Joining forces for their debut Intec release is Frazier and Rudosa who are two British born solo producers, whose tracks on this release have already been causing quite a stir with Richie Hawtin, Pan Pot, Sam Paganini and Adam Beyer. Based in the English city of Manchester, Rudosa is the alias of Mark Bradbury, who before its recent closing was formerly a resident of the world famous Sankeys nightclub, where he warmed up for a string of top international DJ's. Rudosa's intelligent yet driving strain of techno has previously been released on labels including Phobiq, Underground Audio and Respekt Recordings. Frazier (UK) is based in the Scottish city of Glasgow where his club night iNCEPT is also held. Frazier is resident DJ at Hans Bouffmyhre's Sleaze night too, which also runs in Glasgow and he as warmed up for DJ’s ranging from Dustin Zahn to Nicole Moudaber. Having also released on labels in including Pan-Pot’s Second State, his music is regularly supported by the likes of Sam Paganini, Luigi Madonna and Ben Klock. First up is "Invasion" starts with raw percussion and an eerie vocal that gives the track its title. Stripped back with acid stabs and building tension, this Techno cut is understated with a timeless sound. Hard hitting with a stomping groove it's a certified club banger. "Rotate" is second on the release with shuffling hi-hats and building synth stabs. Lead by the thump of the kick and crisp claps that cut through the mix, this track has metallic pads influenced by the classic sound of Detroit. Finished with a commanding vocal, it ticks all the boxes needed for a powerful Techno anthem.

Techno
25,966
ID140 1. Frankie Bones - Call It Techno 2017
Intec Digital

Out now on Beatport https://www.beatport.com/release/call-it-techno-ep/2147914 The new Intec release is from Frank Mitchell aka Frankie Bones who is an American based DJ and producer whose played a large role in New Yorks Techno scene. Having been involved in music since the mid 80s, Frankie Bones was one of the first DJs from New Yorks Brooklyn region to gain global success. By the late 80s Frankie Bones was getting regular European bookings following the success of his Bonesbreaks EP series, which released on Underworld Records received global recognition and critical acclaim. During his three decade spanning career Frankie Bones has even released an EP on the iconic Trax Records, which released many of the early records that defined the House and Techno genre. One of his most popular releases was his 1989 release titled Call It Techno which originally came out on Breaking Bones Records, and a firm Carl Cox favourite has now been remastered and rereleased for this special Intec package, which also features one of his new and previously unreleased tracks. Also featuring on the release are two new remix versions provided by Carlo Lio and Raito who each put their individual stamp on things. Carlo Lio is an artist who in between global DJ bookings, has released music on labels including Octopus, SCI+TEC, Turbo, Mood, and Saved Records. French artist Raito is fast rising through the ranks following regular releases Boysnoize Records, along with having also featured on Mako, Origami Sound, Main Course and BNR TRAX. "Call It Techno" has a timeless bass line taken straight from the glory days of Acid House. Filled with retro charm and warehouse party vibes, the vocal tells the story of Technos history, and the pads plus melody are rich in analogue joy. Carlo Lio's remix of "Call It Techno" uses choice snippets of the originals vocal to refine the story it into a powerful chant. This remix is fast and furious with added tension and suspense. Carlo adds his own toughened backing track thats filled with dark atmosphere plus an explosive drop after the main break. Raito's remix of has a bumping groove and stomping kick drum. Thick and chunky, it takes no prisoners with its hard hitting percussion and stabbing sounds. Jacking in every sense of the word, it's summed up nicely by the vocal lyrics "hits you in the face like a hammer! Second of the two original track is "Light It Up" which takes its title from the lyrics of the vocal sample. With spin backs and filter sweeps, the tracks forward momentum is accentuated by a series of bass drops. Lead by the building intensity of a bubbling acid line, the tracks rolling groove is a sure fire party starter. The fifth and final track is a dub mix of Light it up, which with the main vocal removed, focuses on the music only.

16,025
ID140 2. Frankie Bones - Call It Techno - Carlo Lio Remix
Intec Digital

Out now on Beatport https://www.beatport.com/release/call-it-techno-ep/2147914 The new Intec release is from Frank Mitchell aka Frankie Bones who is an American based DJ and producer whose played a large role in New Yorks Techno scene. Having been involved in music since the mid 80s, Frankie Bones was one of the first DJs from New Yorks Brooklyn region to gain global success. By the late 80s Frankie Bones was getting regular European bookings following the success of his Bonesbreaks EP series, which released on Underworld Records received global recognition and critical acclaim. During his three decade spanning career Frankie Bones has even released an EP on the iconic Trax Records, which released many of the early records that defined the House and Techno genre. One of his most popular releases was his 1989 release titled Call It Techno which originally came out on Breaking Bones Records, and a firm Carl Cox favourite has now been remastered and rereleased for this special Intec package, which also features one of his new and previously unreleased tracks. Also featuring on the release are two new remix versions provided by Carlo Lio and Raito who each put their individual stamp on things. Carlo Lio is an artist who in between global DJ bookings, has released music on labels including Octopus, SCI+TEC, Turbo, Mood, and Saved Records. French artist Raito is fast rising through the ranks following regular releases Boysnoize Records, along with having also featured on Mako, Origami Sound, Main Course and BNR TRAX. "Call It Techno" has a timeless bass line taken straight from the glory days of Acid House. Filled with retro charm and warehouse party vibes, the vocal tells the story of Technos history, and the pads plus melody are rich in analogue joy. Carlo Lio's remix of "Call It Techno" uses choice snippets of the originals vocal to refine the story it into a powerful chant. This remix is fast and furious with added tension and suspense. Carlo adds his own toughened backing track thats filled with dark atmosphere plus an explosive drop after the main break. Raito's remix of has a bumping groove and stomping kick drum. Thick and chunky, it takes no prisoners with its hard hitting percussion and stabbing sounds. Jacking in every sense of the word, it's summed up nicely by the vocal lyrics "hits you in the face like a hammer! Second of the two original track is "Light It Up" which takes its title from the lyrics of the vocal sample. With spin backs and filter sweeps, the tracks forward momentum is accentuated by a series of bass drops. Lead by the building intensity of a bubbling acid line, the tracks rolling groove is a sure fire party starter. The fifth and final track is a dub mix of Light it up, which with the main vocal removed, focuses on the music only.

18,912
ID140 3. Frankie Bones - Call It Techno - Raito Remix
Intec Digital

Out now on Beatport https://www.beatport.com/release/call-it-techno-ep/2147914 The new Intec release is from Frank Mitchell aka Frankie Bones who is an American based DJ and producer whose played a large role in New Yorks Techno scene. Having been involved in music since the mid 80s, Frankie Bones was one of the first DJs from New Yorks Brooklyn region to gain global success. By the late 80s Frankie Bones was getting regular European bookings following the success of his Bonesbreaks EP series, which released on Underworld Records received global recognition and critical acclaim. During his three decade spanning career Frankie Bones has even released an EP on the iconic Trax Records, which released many of the early records that defined the House and Techno genre. One of his most popular releases was his 1989 release titled Call It Techno which originally came out on Breaking Bones Records, and a firm Carl Cox favourite has now been remastered and rereleased for this special Intec package, which also features one of his new and previously unreleased tracks. Also featuring on the release are two new remix versions provided by Carlo Lio and Raito who each put their individual stamp on things. Carlo Lio is an artist who in between global DJ bookings, has released music on labels including Octopus, SCI+TEC, Turbo, Mood, and Saved Records. French artist Raito is fast rising through the ranks following regular releases Boysnoize Records, along with having also featured on Mako, Origami Sound, Main Course and BNR TRAX. "Call It Techno" has a timeless bass line taken straight from the glory days of Acid House. Filled with retro charm and warehouse party vibes, the vocal tells the story of Technos history, and the pads plus melody are rich in analogue joy. Carlo Lio's remix of "Call It Techno" uses choice snippets of the originals vocal to refine the story it into a powerful chant. This remix is fast and furious with added tension and suspense. Carlo adds his own toughened backing track thats filled with dark atmosphere plus an explosive drop after the main break. Raito's remix of has a bumping groove and stomping kick drum. Thick and chunky, it takes no prisoners with its hard hitting percussion and stabbing sounds. Jacking in every sense of the word, it's summed up nicely by the vocal lyrics "hits you in the face like a hammer! Second of the two original track is "Light It Up" which takes its title from the lyrics of the vocal sample. With spin backs and filter sweeps, the tracks forward momentum is accentuated by a series of bass drops. Lead by the building intensity of a bubbling acid line, the tracks rolling groove is a sure fire party starter. The fifth and final track is a dub mix of Light it up, which with the main vocal removed, focuses on the music only.

57,111
ID140 4. Frankie Bones - Light It Up - Vocal
Intec Digital

Out now on Beatport https://www.beatport.com/release/call-it-techno-ep/2147914 The new Intec release is from Frank Mitchell aka Frankie Bones who is an American based DJ and producer whose played a large role in New Yorks Techno scene. Having been involved in music since the mid 80s, Frankie Bones was one of the first DJs from New Yorks Brooklyn region to gain global success. By the late 80s Frankie Bones was getting regular European bookings following the success of his Bonesbreaks EP series, which released on Underworld Records received global recognition and critical acclaim. During his three decade spanning career Frankie Bones has even released an EP on the iconic Trax Records, which released many of the early records that defined the House and Techno genre. One of his most popular releases was his 1989 release titled Call It Techno which originally came out on Breaking Bones Records, and a firm Carl Cox favourite has now been remastered and rereleased for this special Intec package, which also features one of his new and previously unreleased tracks. Also featuring on the release are two new remix versions provided by Carlo Lio and Raito who each put their individual stamp on things. Carlo Lio is an artist who in between global DJ bookings, has released music on labels including Octopus, SCI+TEC, Turbo, Mood, and Saved Records. French artist Raito is fast rising through the ranks following regular releases Boysnoize Records, along with having also featured on Mako, Origami Sound, Main Course and BNR TRAX. "Call It Techno" has a timeless bass line taken straight from the glory days of Acid House. Filled with retro charm and warehouse party vibes, the vocal tells the story of Technos history, and the pads plus melody are rich in analogue joy. Carlo Lio's remix of "Call It Techno" uses choice snippets of the originals vocal to refine the story it into a powerful chant. This remix is fast and furious with added tension and suspense. Carlo adds his own toughened backing track thats filled with dark atmosphere plus an explosive drop after the main break. Raito's remix of has a bumping groove and stomping kick drum. Thick and chunky, it takes no prisoners with its hard hitting percussion and stabbing sounds. Jacking in every sense of the word, it's summed up nicely by the vocal lyrics "hits you in the face like a hammer! Second of the two original track is "Light It Up" which takes its title from the lyrics of the vocal sample. With spin backs and filter sweeps, the tracks forward momentum is accentuated by a series of bass drops. Lead by the building intensity of a bubbling acid line, the tracks rolling groove is a sure fire party starter. The fifth and final track is a dub mix of Light it up, which with the main vocal removed, focuses on the music only.

16,687
ID140 5. Frankie Bones - Light It Up - Instrumental
Intec Digital

Out now on Beatport https://www.beatport.com/release/call-it-techno-ep/2147914 The new Intec release is from Frank Mitchell aka Frankie Bones who is an American based DJ and producer whose played a large role in New Yorks Techno scene. Having been involved in music since the mid 80s, Frankie Bones was one of the first DJs from New Yorks Brooklyn region to gain global success. By the late 80s Frankie Bones was getting regular European bookings following the success of his Bonesbreaks EP series, which released on Underworld Records received global recognition and critical acclaim. During his three decade spanning career Frankie Bones has even released an EP on the iconic Trax Records, which released many of the early records that defined the House and Techno genre. One of his most popular releases was his 1989 release titled Call It Techno which originally came out on Breaking Bones Records, and a firm Carl Cox favourite has now been remastered and rereleased for this special Intec package, which also features one of his new and previously unreleased tracks. Also featuring on the release are two new remix versions provided by Carlo Lio and Raito who each put their individual stamp on things. Carlo Lio is an artist who in between global DJ bookings, has released music on labels including Octopus, SCI+TEC, Turbo, Mood, and Saved Records. French artist Raito is fast rising through the ranks following regular releases Boysnoize Records, along with having also featured on Mako, Origami Sound, Main Course and BNR TRAX. "Call It Techno" has a timeless bass line taken straight from the glory days of Acid House. Filled with retro charm and warehouse party vibes, the vocal tells the story of Technos history, and the pads plus melody are rich in analogue joy. Carlo Lio's remix of "Call It Techno" uses choice snippets of the originals vocal to refine the story it into a powerful chant. This remix is fast and furious with added tension and suspense. Carlo adds his own toughened backing track thats filled with dark atmosphere plus an explosive drop after the main break. Raito's remix of has a bumping groove and stomping kick drum. Thick and chunky, it takes no prisoners with its hard hitting percussion and stabbing sounds. Jacking in every sense of the word, it's summed up nicely by the vocal lyrics "hits you in the face like a hammer! Second of the two original track is "Light It Up" which takes its title from the lyrics of the vocal sample. With spin backs and filter sweeps, the tracks forward momentum is accentuated by a series of bass drops. Lead by the building intensity of a bubbling acid line, the tracks rolling groove is a sure fire party starter. The fifth and final track is a dub mix of Light it up, which with the main vocal removed, focuses on the music only.

22,110
ID139 1. Avision - Mind Of The Man -Intro
Intec Digital

Out now on Beatport https://www.beatport.com/release/mind-of-the-man-ep/2142212 The new Intec release from Avision is the techno alias of Anthony Cardinale, who under his birth name has featured on labels such as Toolroom and Suara. Focused towards a harder techno sound, Avision tracks have been released on Victor Calderones Matter, Mark Brooms BeardMan plus Sians Octopus. Picking up support by taste making DJs like Nicole Moudaber, Pig&Dan, Carlo Lio, Kaiserdisco, and of course Carl Cox. Based in America, Anthony Cardinale is a popular DJ in his hometown New York. Currently living in New Jersey, he has also played other American cities including Denver and Las Vegas. "Mind Of The Man - Intro" begins with an ambient start that progressively builds until the kick drum is unleashed to lead the track. Combining gentle synths and solid percussion this intricate slice of techno is the perfect EP opener. Lifting things up a gear, the second track "Mind Of The Man - Outro" has liquid background textures like waves laping against the shore, whilst the hypnotic lead synths build with intensity. Finishing with a descent into ambience, this is the perfect outro tool for any techno set. Third on the release is "Choppin" which used an electric vocal sample to create the core of it's rolling groove. Loopy techno with fluttering hi-hats and expert programming, this jackin' track is similar to the work of seminal artists such as Truncate and Psyk. Finishing things off, "The Other Things" has a high energy clap rhythms that combined with fast flowing hi-hats, provide the tracks driving force. Heads down techno at its best, it's dancefloor focused ferocity takes no prisoners.

Electronic
10,645
ID139 2. Avision - Mind Of The Man - Outro
Intec Digital

Out now on Beatport https://www.beatport.com/release/mind-of-the-man-ep/2142212 The new Intec release from Avision is the techno alias of Anthony Cardinale, who under his birth name has featured on labels such as Toolroom and Suara. Focused towards a harder techno sound, Avision tracks have been released on Victor Calderones Matter, Mark Brooms BeardMan plus Sians Octopus. Picking up support by taste making DJs like Nicole Moudaber, Pig&Dan, Carlo Lio, Kaiserdisco, and of course Carl Cox. Based in America, Anthony Cardinale is a popular DJ in his hometown New York. Currently living in New Jersey, he has also played other American cities including Denver and Las Vegas. "Mind Of The Man - Intro" begins with an ambient start that progressively builds until the kick drum is unleashed to lead the track. Combining gentle synths and solid percussion this intricate slice of techno is the perfect EP opener. Lifting things up a gear, the second track "Mind Of The Man - Outro" has liquid background textures like waves laping against the shore, whilst the hypnotic lead synths build with intensity. Finishing with a descent into ambience, this is the perfect outro tool for any techno set. Third on the release is "Choppin" which used an electric vocal sample to create the core of it's rolling groove. Loopy techno with fluttering hi-hats and expert programming, this jackin' track is similar to the work of seminal artists such as Truncate and Psyk. Finishing things off, "The Other Things" has a high energy clap rhythms that combined with fast flowing hi-hats, provide the tracks driving force. Heads down techno at its best, it's dancefloor focused ferocity takes no prisoners.

Electronic
10,705
ID139 3. Avision - Choppin
Intec Digital

Out now on Beatport https://www.beatport.com/release/mind-of-the-man-ep/2142212 The new Intec release from Avision is the techno alias of Anthony Cardinale, who under his birth name has featured on labels such as Toolroom and Suara. Focused towards a harder techno sound, Avision tracks have been released on Victor Calderones Matter, Mark Brooms BeardMan plus Sians Octopus. Picking up support by taste making DJs like Nicole Moudaber, Pig&Dan, Carlo Lio, Kaiserdisco, and of course Carl Cox. Based in America, Anthony Cardinale is a popular DJ in his hometown New York. Currently living in New Jersey, he has also played other American cities including Denver and Las Vegas. "Mind Of The Man - Intro" begins with an ambient start that progressively builds until the kick drum is unleashed to lead the track. Combining gentle synths and solid percussion this intricate slice of techno is the perfect EP opener. Lifting things up a gear, the second track "Mind Of The Man - Outro" has liquid background textures like waves laping against the shore, whilst the hypnotic lead synths build with intensity. Finishing with a descent into ambience, this is the perfect outro tool for any techno set. Third on the release is "Choppin" which used an electric vocal sample to create the core of it's rolling groove. Loopy techno with fluttering hi-hats and expert programming, this jackin' track is similar to the work of seminal artists such as Truncate and Psyk. Finishing things off, "The Other Things" has a high energy clap rhythms that combined with fast flowing hi-hats, provide the tracks driving force. Heads down techno at its best, it's dancefloor focused ferocity takes no prisoners.

Electronic
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