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ProMetal Fan Decor Only Product
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Label: kompakt
Cat-No: KOMPAKT442
Release-Date: 21.01.2022
Genre:Techno
Configuration: 12"

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Release-Date: 21.01.2022
Genre:Techno
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Barnt - Fan (00:00) Barnt - Fan (00:00) 1 Barnt - Fan
Barnt - You Know What's Gone (00:00) Barnt - You Know What's Gone (00:00) 2 Barnt - You Know What's Gone
Barnt - This Is For Decor Only (00:00) Barnt - This Is For Decor Only (00:00) 3 Barnt - This Is For Decor Only
You might know Barnt as one of the people behind the idiosyncratic imprints Magazine and Schalen, through which he released his most of his EPs and the incomparable 2014 debut album, Magazine 13.; or maybe you know the thread of beautiful, unpredictable club hits he’s woven with labels like Cómeme and Hinge Finger.

Despite living in Cologne, and being friends with the label, Barnt has not put out anything on Kompakt yet, apart from an one-off appearance on Pop Ambient 11 over a decade ago. An EP had been in the air for several years, but it took Barnt a bit of time to get into the right state of mind, because he wanted to make sure the music paid tribute to “the ceremonial, emotional, grand sprit” that he connects with Kompakt.

Typical to the producer’s modus operandi, ProMetal Fan Decor Only Product spins out a surprising narrative, catching the listener unawares, while remaining fundamentally Barnt. After the elegiac opener “Fan”, stately in its melancholic, epic flourish, “You Know What’s Gone” stomps into earshot, the pounding thud of the drums pinning clanging patterns to the dancefloor, a Sturm Und Drang symphony, the tones all clashing metals and silvers.

After that, there’s release – the hypnotic psychedelic reels of “This Is For Decor Only” are Barnt gone trance, a sensual glide of a track that pirouettes out an eternity of sizzling hi-hats and strip light melodies. While you might want to be alone when listening to “Fan”, you might have the time of your life dancing to “This Is For Decor Only”, played by your favourite DJ at your favourite festival this Summer.

With ProMetal Fan Decor Only Product, wrapped in a sleeve by artist Lukas Heerich, Barnt and Kompakt finally come together, equal parts refined elegance and sweaty fervour.

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Mystical Rhythm / Moments In Time
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Cat-No: ESOL021
Release-Date: 31.03.2022
Genre:Techno
Configuration: 12"

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Release-Date: 31.03.2022
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Vince Watson - Mystical Rhythm (VW20 Mix) (00:00) Vince Watson - Mystical Rhythm (VW20 Mix) (00:00) 1 Vince Watson - Mystical Rhythm (VW20 Mix)
Vince Watson - Moments In Time (VW20 Mix) (00:00) Vince Watson - Moments In Time (VW20 Mix) (00:00) 2 Vince Watson - Moments In Time (VW20 Mix)
Two absolute Vince Watson classics from the late '90s and early '00s, that show just how accomplished a producer he is. A double dose of some of Watson's most cherished, ethereal, Detroit-channelling cuts, that have caused euphoria on countless dancefloors since.

Re-edited and remastered for the VW20 Introspection album that celebrates Watson's first 20 years making music, this is also the first outing for 'Moments In Time' on a 12 inch.

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Club Reconstructed (Desert Sound Colony, Piezo,
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Cat-No: CTRLFRK004RMX
Release-Date: 18.03.2022
Genre:Techno
Configuration: 12"

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Release-Date: 18.03.2022
Genre:Techno
Configuration: 12"

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Keplrr - Convection (Desert Sound Colony Remix) (00:00) Keplrr - Convection (Desert Sound Colony Remix) (00:00) 1 Keplrr - Convection (Desert Sound Colony Remix)
Keplrr - Convection (Konduku Remix) (00:00) Keplrr - Convection (Konduku Remix) (00:00) 2 Keplrr - Convection (Konduku Remix)
Keplrr - Esoteric Functions (Syz Refunction) (00:00) Keplrr - Esoteric Functions (Syz Refunction) (00:00) 3 Keplrr - Esoteric Functions (Syz Refunction)
Keplrr - Bod’s Realm (Piezo’s Doom Ragga Mix) (00:00) Keplrr - Bod’s Realm (Piezo’s Doom Ragga Mix) (00:00) 4 Keplrr - Bod’s Realm (Piezo’s Doom Ragga Mix)
A core part of the Control Freak Recordings family, London based artist Keplrr has built a reputation as a deft & talented producer with unparalleled attention to detail. In the wake of the widespread support for his 2020 EP ‘Reconstructed Club’, we asked four producers we have long-admired to flip a track from the original release. The result is ‘Club Reconstructed’ - a collection of remixes which distill the spirit of Keplrr’s original record into new forms.

First up, Holding Hands boss Desert Sound Colony serves up one of his signature slammers, locking Convection into a thumping four to the floor groover. Berlin-based Konduku, who has carved some of the most kinetic, angular club tracks of recent years with releases on Nous’klaer Audio, Spazio Donsible and others, provides a second interpretation of Convection, time-stretching the original material into a slow-motion panic attack.

On the flip, Syz makes his return to the label after 2019’s highly acclaimed Bunzunkunzun EP, applying his organic touch to Esoteric Functions with a ‘refunction’, which blurs the line between techno and 140 - packing some serious low-end and a cheeky mid-way switch-up to send the dance wild. Rounding things off, Milan’s Piezo proves his reputation as one of the most inventive producers on the scene, repurposing Bod’s Realm into an aggy, warped & technoid ‘Doom Ragga Mix’.

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Label: UFC
Cat-No: UFC03
Release-Date: 25.03.2022
Genre:Techno
Configuration: 12"

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Cat-No: UFC03
Release-Date: 25.03.2022
Genre:Techno
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R.I.P. Bestia - Resurgence Of Rave Echoes (00:00) R.I.P. Bestia - Resurgence Of Rave Echoes (00:00) 1 R.I.P. Bestia - Resurgence Of Rave Echoes
R.I.P. Bestia - Anarchic Alien Fuel (00:00) R.I.P. Bestia - Anarchic Alien Fuel (00:00) 2 R.I.P. Bestia - Anarchic Alien Fuel
R.I.P. Bestia - Extraterrestrial Shamanic Ceremonial Rite (00:00) R.I.P. Bestia - Extraterrestrial Shamanic Ceremonial Rite (00:00) 3 R.I.P. Bestia - Extraterrestrial Shamanic Ceremonial Rite
UFC is proud to presents R.I.P. Bestia's second outing on the label. Starting out with “Resurgence of Rave Echoes” R.I.P. Bestia delivers an influenced rave breakbeat track with chopped vocals, big bass, acid and piano raves that take you to a new future rave dimension. "Anarchic Alien Fuel" takes over a trance breakbeat influenced with a heavy ambient pad and cyberdelic vocals. Finally “Extraterrestrial Shamanic Ceremonial Rite” rounds up the EP with a tribal and breaks drums, epic synths, an hypnotic vocals that will keep you in the shamanic rite going from start to finish.

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Label: Spaziotempo
Cat-No: SPTM006
Release-Date: 25.03.2022
Genre:Techno
Configuration: 12"

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Release-Date: 25.03.2022
Genre:Techno
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Matthew Dexter - Horizonte (00:00) Matthew Dexter - Horizonte (00:00) 1 Matthew Dexter - Horizonte
Matthew Dexter - Controterra (00:00) Matthew Dexter - Controterra (00:00) 2 Matthew Dexter - Controterra
Matthew Dexter - Variant Intelligence (00:00) Matthew Dexter - Variant Intelligence (00:00) 3 Matthew Dexter - Variant Intelligence
Matthew Dexter - Everything Matters (00:00) Matthew Dexter - Everything Matters (00:00) 4 Matthew Dexter - Everything Matters
SPAZIOTEMPO’s sixth chapter marks the debut of the Swiss artist Matthew Dexter.

Matthew delivers a full excursus throughout contemporary beats, modern trance and underground anthems.

Opening the EP is Horizonte, an acid-trance cut with a twist of Goa. Any elements are wisely mixed up creating a perfect contemporary club track. The title track Centroterra is a mélange of dark and introspective atmosphere, with a meditative / tribalist vibes and broken beats supporting the tension.

The B side starts with Variant Intelligence, a 4/4 cut with a sci-fi mood and prog build up that takes You back on a clubby mood… Can you recall that?

The closing track Everything Matters brings has a robotic retro feeling with breaks and some melancholy acid vibes to fold it up perfectly. The evolution is long and delicate, the layers are intricated but distinct, making the listeners dive into a wide array of emotions.

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