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 up with a mix from a prominent techno duo hailing from Japan Drunken Kong. Drunken Kong continuing their path with driving/hypnotic techno in this exceptional all-night live recorded set, from the warm-up early hours to the peak time dance floor explosives at the Womb club – Tokyo, the leading district in music, fashion, and worldwide focal point for Japanese clubbing culture. Enjoy their proper workout with the second part of their special all-nighter set.
Up next we have a fresh mix from Spanish techno icon Fatima Hajji. Fatima has been a recognized name in the electronic dance music circuit for over two decades now. Enjoy Fatima’s almost 7-hour-long all-nighter set from Fabrik Madrid filled with high-energy cuts such as ‘Dreadnought’ by Luciid and ‘Balthazar’ from Klangkuenstler.
One of the leading names of the Spanish techno scene, Odd Recordings label boss Ramiro Lopez teamed up with the Ukranian DJ and producer Spartaque for a special set. Ramiro and Spartaque are known for some high-energy sets so to hear their sounds combined into one is a proper treat. Enjoy some blasting techno tracks selected by Spartaque and Ramiro in their set for Radio Intense Barcelona.
Canada’s Tiga has long been the king of irreverent cool, with his label Turbo and track ‘Sunglasses At Night’ which is an electro-pop irony meshing effortlessly with an authentic house and techno mentality. Known for his unconventional sound, Tiga recently played a groovy and hypnotising set at Igloofest, and you can relive it thanks to Boiler Room cameras.
2019 was a breakthrough year for Cloonee, and after that, it seems like this young Englishmen is delivering exactly what the scene needs. Cloonee played another of his infectious club sets Space, Miami and you can hear the first two hours of his 10-hour sunrise below.