Welcome to our weekly article that features the latest techno mixes you must hear! We set out to showcase the cutting edge of contemporary Techno, whether it’s PeakTime Techno, Driving Techno, Hypnotic Techno, Raw Techno, or Deep Techno, it’s all here for you to enjoy.
Starting with the new mix from Slam. Slam have been bossing techno for over a quarter of a century. A Glaswegian institution, the duo of Stuart McMillan & Orde Meikle have taken their hard, melodic grooves around the globe, all whilst regularly smashing out with their Soma Records label. This time we have their mix for HOR Berlin, which is a part of a fundraiser for the people in Ukraine.
They say Amelie Lens is the modern epitome of the techno Renaissance woman. After ruling the DJ booths all over the world and managing her own record label, Amelie started a brand new project, a new radio show entitled Amelie Lens Presents EXHALE. The radio program can be found on a free streaming platform Keakie and her latest mix included hot tracks from the likes of Airod, Mylo Spykers and many more.
The next in line is a mix from Awakenings Easter Festival. Berghain resident Ben Klock established himself at the forefront of Berlin’s modern Techno movement, an ever-present symbol of the city’s vast musical landscape. His set brings us the sound from the German underground scene and the tracks you must hear.
Techno heavyweight Adam Beyer is known for being at the top of his game and his latest set from Awakenings Easter Festival was one of the highlights. In the set, you will hear solid techno cuts such as Emmanuel Top’s ‘Acid Phase’, and Drumcode’s stellar tracks we all know and love such as Sam Paganini’s ‘Rave’.
Known for their melodic approach to techno, KREAM is the duo to call when you want a sonic journey with an amazing atmosphere. To spice things up, KREAM prepared a special set, recorded in Oslo’s Kistefos. We believe you will enjoy their melodic techno & tech house mix.