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.
He may be known as The Baron Of Techno, a moniker given to him by renowned BBC Radio DJ / journalist John Peel, but Dave Clarke has an anarchist streak a mile wide and punk in his soul, having no truck with establishment figures or authoritarianism. Dave Clarke is known for his raw techno selection, so don’t miss his set from Loveland Festival.
Up next we have a special Boiler Room set from Bónusz Festival. Shlømo is a French producer and performer who has gained notoriety for his extremely varied musical output – ranging from straightforward techno bangers to ambient and IDM. Check his dynamic live set below.
Few artists are carving out a legacy for themselves like Dax J is right now. The British DJ is always staying true to the underground with an individual style all of his own. The raw techno selection placed him at the forefront of the global scene, so don’t miss a chance to hear his latest mix from Boiler Room Berlin.
The next mix in line is a b2b session from Brazilian techno heavyweight, Anna and the queen of the Palestinian techno scene, Sama’ Abdulhadi. Anna and Sama’ joined forces for a b2b set at Exit festival. This set combines implacable selection with their technical skills and experimentation with the crowd.
HÖR sessions are continuously showcasing renowned underground artists and new talents that need more attention. This time we have a mix from the Swedish duo SHXCXCHCXSH. Although techno is at its roots, the music they play also carefully folds in elements of IDM and more experimental forms. If you like the more experimental sounds of techno, this boundless selection is for you.