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10. ID130 Drumcomplex & Roel Salemink - 2. Syncronised

ID130 Drumcomplex & Roel Salemink - 2.  Syncronised

Out now on Beatport 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. This new release is from Drumcomplex & Roel Salemink who since their first appearance on the label in 2014 have been two of Intec’s most popular artists. Collaboratively the pair has also released music on Bush Records, Bulletdodge and Marco Bailey’s label MB Elektronics, and although both are respected solo artists in their own right, many would argue that their collaborative releases are some of their most exquisite. Drumcomplex & Roel Salemink last Intec release picked up support from the likes of Sasha Carassi, Hollen, La Fleur plus Luigi Madonna, and this storming follow up has been highly anticipated. “Blacklight” is focuses on raw percussion and a bubbling acid line which leads the track. Dark and aggressive with a thickset sound, it moves with the momentum of a tidal wave. Powerful and precise, this precision engineered Techno cut has an explosive drop after the main break, where words cannot describe the intense excitement it creates on a dancefloor. “Syncronised” has a raw and pulsating bassline which drives the track with ferocious tension that builds relentlessly. Claps burst through the mix with dramatic force, and fast flowing hi-hats combine with the melody of the lead synth to create a captivating groove full of menace. Peak time Techno perfect for the club, this weapon should be packed in every DJ’s arsenal.

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11. Pure Intec 3 - Jon Rundell Teaser Minimix

Pure Intec 3 - Jon Rundell Teaser Minimix

Check out this edited teaser minimix of the Jon Rundell - Pure Intec 3 release. Pre-order limited edition signed copies here On 11th November 2016 prestigious imprint Intec Digital is set to release its latest compilation album, ‘Pure Intec 3’, mixed by label co-heads Carl Cox and Jon Rundell. This essential 2xCD and digital release follows on from the previous two ‘Pure Intec’ compilations released in 2004 and 2014 respectively, and features some of the label’s biggest names including: Misstress Barbara, Josh Wink, Nicole Moudaber, Danny Serrano, Carlo Lio, Harvey McKay, Cristian Varela as well as Carl Cox and Jon Rundell amongst others. Saeed Younan’s funk-laced classic, ‘Drop It’, kicks off the release, as Carl Cox seamlessly blends the track into Misstress Barbara’s seductive Techno number, ‘Don’t Tease Me’. Other highlights from CD 1 include Jon Rundell’s driving track, ‘Utopia’, prestigious DJ/producer Sidney Charles’ ‘Justice’, Nicole Moudaber’s pounding Techno groover, ‘One Day Later’ and Carl Cox’s Barbadian-influenced hit, ‘Your Light Shines On’. The second instalment, mixed by Jon Rundell, features Spanish artist Dosem’s ‘The Path’, Danny Serrano’s ‘Paragraphy’, Joseph Capriati’s killer remix of Carl Cox’s ‘Kommen Zusammen’, prestigious DJ/producer Cristian Varela’s ‘Alarm Waves’ and Jon Rundell’s illustrious TR-909-laden remix of Josh Wink’s massive hit, ‘Talking To You’ are a few of the highlights from this stellar selection of Intec’s finest offerings. Overall, it’s a release that perfectly highlights why Intec has earned its status in the industry, showcasing some of the finest dance releases over the past years in two succinct mixes. ‘Pure Intec 3’ is available everywhere on 11th November on 2xCD and digital. TRACKLIST CD1 – Carl Cox 1. Saeed Younan – Drop It 2. Misstress Barbara – Don't Tease Me 3. Matt Sassari & D Unity – Fired Up 4. Kasbah Zoo – Shifted Control 5. Nicole Moudaber – One Day Later 6. Jon Rundell – Utopia 7. Harvey McKay – Wrong Turn (Gero Jansen Remix) 8. Sidney Charles – Justice 9. Steve Mulder – Kusesai 10. Victor Calderone – Mole 11. 999 feat Amadeas – Find The Answer (Marco Bailey Remix) 12. Carlo Lio – Love Nation 13. Copy Paste Soul – CTRL 14. Josh Wink – Talking To You (Carl Cox Remix) 15. Ramiro Lopez feat Thomas Gandey – Revolution Space 16. Drumcomplex & Roel Salemink – Awake 17. Carl Cox – Your Light Shines On CD2 – Jon Rundell 1. Dosem – The Path 2. The Junkies – Revolution 3. Harvey McKay – Something Good 4. Danny Serrano – Paragraphy 5. Carlo Lio – Escobar Season 6. Carl Cox – Kommen Zusammen (Joseph Capriati Remix) 7. Stephan Hinz & Philipp Ruhmhardt – Kachel 8. Ian O Donovan – Gauntlet 9. Tomy DeClerque – Restart 10. DJ Jock – Raw Love 11. Fabio Neural & Alex Costa – Dillinger 12. Cristian Varela – Alarm Waves 13. Jon Rundell – Mind 14. Josh Wink – Talking To You (Jon Rundell Remix)

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12. ID133 2. Fabio Neural - Whatever

ID133 2. Fabio Neural - Whatever

Out now on Beatport - 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. The new Intec release is from Fabio Neural who is an Intec regular and has also featured music on imprints such as Dubfire’s SCI+TEC, Kaiserdisco’s KD Music, Josh Wink’s Ovum and Adam Beyer’s label Truesoul. Hotly tipped, Fabio Neural is a producer based in Italy but he also spent some years in Spain which led to him hosting a techno focused radio show for Ibiza Global Radio. He also travels the world as a popular DJ and regularly appears on the same club line-up’s as scene leaders such as Richie Hawtin, Chris Liebing and Sven Väth. An exciting talent, this four track solo EP is a fine example of why Italian born Fabio has earned international respect and a fan base that spans continents. Track one ‘Shy’ is spacious techno with an understated sound led by a bubbling acid-line that steers the track with purposeful momentum tailored for the dancefloor. Vocal stabs washed in delay flutter across the mix to create a spacious atmosphere, and clap rhythms add a sense of dramatic tension. Second is ‘Whatever’ that has looped vocals, both uplifting and intense with a held tension ready to erupt. Propelled by the pulsating bassline, this track follows the philosophy of less is more to deliver a compelling slice of Techno gold. Without breaking boundaries, this track refines what many others struggle to achieve, and is a must have DJ tool perfect for peak time plays.

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13. ID132 3. Carbon Electra & Olly Davis - Mentropic MASTER

ID132 3. Carbon Electra & Olly Davis - Mentropic MASTER

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14. ID140 3. Frankie Bones - Call It Techno - Raito Remix

ID140 3. Frankie Bones - Call It Techno - Raito Remix

Out now on Beatport 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.

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15. ID131 1. Phutek - Edged

ID131 1. Phutek - Edged

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. Popular with many of Techno’s key players, Intec regularly receives support from the likes of Marco Bailey, Nicole Moudaber, UMEK, Pan-Pot, Ken Ishii, Luigi Madonna and Cristian Varela. The latest Intec release is from UK based artist Phutek who with is proud to present his first release on Carl Cox label following heavy support from Carl in his DJ sets. Phutek has previously released on labels including Yin Yang, Jumpstereo, Element Recordings plus Layer 909, and has featured in the Techno top 100 best sellers on both Beatport and Traxsource. Track one titled “Edged” is dark and punishing Techno with pulsating synth stabs that merge with the subtle euphoria of the melody to create an enthralling sense of mixed emotion. Full throttle and packed with energy, the tracks captivating dancefloor groove is peak time and expertly programmed. Essential for any DJ this is a sure fire selection for those looking to get the party started. The second track “Prodigious” takes no prisoners from the start, with its rolling bassline and hard hitting percussion played in fast flowing rhythms. Not for the faint-hearted the track has a menacing sense of tension brought to life with dramatic bursts of sinister sounding FX. Climaxing with the heavy chords of the main break, this is a weapon in every sense of the word!

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16. ID136 2. Many Reasons - Tube

ID136 2. Many Reasons - Tube

Out now on Beatport This new release is from Many Reasons, which is the Techno alias of Italian duo Angelo Manicone and Michele Colombo, who are also known to many under the alias of MiniCoolBoyz described by Dubfire as the future stars of electronic music. Under their various aliases they have featured music on labels including Phobiq, Break New Soil, Bitten, 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 inspired a generation of producers with their cutting edge style. Having originally released their first EP on Intec in 2013, this release marks their return to the label with two cuts of Techno that take influence from a variety of other electronic genres. Track one Aspect has a thick bottom end provided by a pounding kick drum. Slick synth stabs lift the track from its otherwise dark atmosphere, whilst a second melody creates an ethereal tension. Filled with a medley of textures, this dancefloor destroyer unfolds with unexpected twists and turns that are both captivating and intense. The second track Tube has a rolling groove and rumbling bassline, which is tailor made for dark rooms and big sound systems. Layered with uplifting synths that hold a subtle sense of euphoria the dark and light contrast is perfection. Finished off with some looped vocal chants, this track has everything you need to get the party started.

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