ROMsets, Juan Atkins and more vibes for the weekend


Heading for the weekend with some nice tracks that will spark your day. Kicking off with ROMsets and a new low tech / minimal / techno / underground vibes. tune Then, moving on to Klaudia Gawlas´latest release. But it doesn’t end there we’re also listening in on a track from Juan Atkins in relation to Tresor’s 30th anniversay, and much more of course. Go get the vibes.

 

 

 
 

 
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Ett inlägg delat av ᴛᴀᴋᴇ ᴀᴡᴀʏ ᴊᴀᴢᴢ ʀᴇᴄᴏʀᴅꜱ (@takeawayjazzrecords)

Tresor is releasing a new compilation in celebration of its 30th anniversary, called Tresor 30, this October. The 52-track compilation features classic tunes and new commissions from artists including Juan Atkins, Drexciya, AFRODEUTSCHE, Basic Channel, KMRU, Helena Hauff, Russell E.L. Butler, LSDXOXO, DJ Stingray, rRoxymore and more. Tresor 30 celebrates thirty years of the club, which has become one of Berlin’s most famed clubs after first opening in the city’s Mitte borough during March 1991.

It follows the label’s reissue of 3MB feat. Magic Juan Atkins’ self-titled 1992 album, also as part of its 30th anniversary celebrations.

KLAUDIA GAWLAS is DJ, producer and label boss. Her straight techno inspires her fans worldwide. Since 2013, she has been voted “Best DJ” of the Faze Magazine Voting three times in a row. Their debut album “Zeitgeist” was released in 2013. The single “Papillon” was voted “Best Track” this year and achieved cult status. Bookings at Awakenings Festival in Holland, Tomorrowland Brazil, NATURE ONE, Love Family Park, MAYDAY, SEMF Stuttgart, the ADE in Amsterdam or the Echelon Open Air are on her calendar as well as clubgigs in Argentina, Italy, Spain, France, Holland, Belgium , Portugal, Greece, Ireland, Hungary, Switzerland, Austria and Germany. Together with Eric Sneo, she has been responsible for the MOD label since 2012.

Beginning her creative journey in her formative years with classical music and dance training, Sophia Saze later became engulfed by electronic dance music. Saze launched her record label Dusk & Haze in 2017, with the first installment coming in the form of her own ‘Solace’ LP [D&H001], which included remixes from Benjamin Damage & Umwelt. The productions stem from techno, yet her musical versatility draws from a variety of genre influences, ranging from electro to krautrock, ambient to industrial, and acid to garage

Upcoming stuff from Little Dragon:
The EP is out on 6th August on Ninja Tune, and the Ela Minus (Domino) remix of ‘Hold On’ is available to stream/buy now. Speaking of her involvement, Ela says “Little Dragon has had a big influence on me, so being able to make this is an honour”.

The release also features remixes from Octo Octa, Midland, Andrés, Lil Silva, Georgia Anne Muldrow, Poté, FKJ and Little Dragon themselves–who deliver their ‘Vocal Celebration Mix’ of their recent collaboration with Moses Sumney: ‘The Other Lover’

Josh Wink releases the fine ‘Original Mix’ of Quattro II standout track ‘New Years Day Acid’

Ryan Lee West, better known by his stage name Rival Consoles. A British electronic musician who over the past 12 years has been releasing all of his albums and EPs on Erased Tapes Records. Musically Rival Consoles’ style can be best described as a combination of ambient, shoegaze, minimal techno and cinematic, all of it mostly created with analogue synths, pedals and degraded processes. You might call it avant-garde, we prefer to call it minimal techno. He now has a new single out, “Pulses of Information”, ahead of his return to the live scene. And you will probably agree with us that this single is an ear worm.

More to come – just make sure to follow us here or on FB 🙂
Here are some more random picks for that summer party: