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Browsing the "Techno" Category


Andy Beck @ Found Sounds 25/01/2019

Published on February 14th, 2019 | by Sid Wesley

Andy Beck headed back to Cambridge for his second outing at Primitive Music‘s club night ‘Found Sounds’ at the end of January and luckily for us all, his set was recorded and is available to download... Read More


Andy Beck – May 2018 Promo Mix

Published on July 21st, 2018 | by Fifties

Some chunky techno for the weekend ladies and gents. Our Colchester friend Andy Beck (formerly A:B:S) delivers a fresh new mix. Production wise, 2018 has seen him release a number of original tracks and with gigs... Read More

Free Downloads

Ben Coda – Noisily Podcast

Published on June 12th, 2018 | by Andycompanyz

Ben Coda is one of my favourite techno musicians at the moment – and there a lot to chose from. This July if you go down to Coney Woods in Leicestershire you’ll be sure of a... Read More

DJ Mixes

Wammy Cat Live at Deevstock 2018

Published on May 20th, 2018 | by Fifties

Over the past year, we have seen friend of the blog (and all round cool, funky lady) – Wammy Cat get behind the decks. Her style is all things techno, full of groove and and most... Read More


Ben Coda – Progressive Techno Sessions Vol2

Published on April 28th, 2018 | by Sid Wesley

If you check out this mix by Ben Coda and you have no weekend plans, you had better start making some! ‘Progressive Techno Sessions Vol2’ comes in just shy of 110 minutes and it’s brimming with... Read More


Neurodriver – Saturday Night @ Noisily 2017

Published on August 31st, 2017 | by Sid Wesley

The Noisily Festival of Music and Arts is one that I’ve heard plenty about and each and every person that I’ve spoke to about it absolutely loves it there! It’s one I’ve not been to yet... Read More

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  • Techno is generally described and being like pots and pans. And warehouses. Big pots and pans. In warehouses. Factories and industrial pots and pans. In warehouses. Big warehouses. And dust. Don’t believe me? I bet that’s exactly how it’s described on Wikipedia. I haven’t looked but I guarantee its described as pots and pans. And warehouses.