We’ve just added a stack of new releases to our New Underground & Independent Techno Playlist on Spotify this week. The 30 tracks begin with ultra smart American left field artist and producer Laurel Halo’s glassy industrial and dub techno hybrid ‘Sweetie’ off her new two track DJ Kicks EP. She is followed by Berlin based Irish producer Ellen King aka ELLLL with the futuristic ‘Febreeze’ the title track from her new EP of the same name before Canadian producer Marc Houle enters proceedings with the title track from his hybrid techno and house two tracker Min & Sosa. Lyon based producer Flore has a new five track EP out titled Ritual 3 and ‘The Way You’ is next before Keith Carnal returns with ‘Enabler’ off his new EP for ARTSCORE. The next track comes from French duo WLDERZ who have been ultra busy already this year and ‘Merion’ comes from their second EP of 2019, Contrastes.
The remainder of tracks come from Tbilisi producer and Death Bell Records owner Tøtal, one each from UK Producers Jesse Kuyé aka J. Tijn and Rudosa, Warsaw’s Piotr Klejment, Berlin based producer Phillip Sollman aka Efdemin, Belgian duo Joyhauser and one track each from Colombian DJ/Producer and head of Northallsen Records Aleja Sanchez and Frankfurt’s Dorian Gray from their split work The Sun Alliance. That’s followed by five tracks from Triple Vision’s new compilation Evidence Based Volume 2 from Shlømo, Kessell, Setaoc Mass, Christian Wunsch & Tensal.
Swede Berg Jaär is next followed by Oliver Gehrmann & Xaver Hirsch, aka OUER. Mark Van Hoen’s alter ego Locust is followed by American DJ/Producer Marco Gomez aka False Witness. ThenRome based underground legend Lory D gets in on the act before ushering in the collaboration between Spanish producer Alberto Ruiz and Italian equivalent Dino Maggiorana. That’s accompanied by New York City based producer James Place, Paris based Italian ambient minimalist Luigi Tozzi, Vancouver’s 1800HaightStreet, Thessaloniki producer Thanos Hana and last but not least Chicago veteran producer Gavin Guthrie aka TX Connect.
Its a classy set with nothing more than a couple of weeks old. The list is below and the playlist link is here. Don’t forget, all tracks removed from this playlist which is restricted to 30 tracks at any given time to keep things new and fresh can be found in the ever growing 2019 Techno playlist also on Spotify here.