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Indivoice – Doze

Published on January 2nd, 2015 | by Sid Wesley

Doze is the new project of Beat Tempest who you will probably know from his LOT49 releases. His new alter ego sees him step away from the high energy Tech Funk music he makes and into... Read More


Ellissentials Christmas EP Giveaway

Published on December 28th, 2014 | by Sid Wesley

Ellissentials brings you 2 free tracks for a Christmas giveaway. The first track ‘ Diaglyph ‘ is deep flowing Techno track with a well endowed groove and a more minimal feel. The second track ‘ This... Read More


Spacedimensioncontroller – Electropod 250 Collision

Published on August 12th, 2014 | by Fifties

Hailing from the hometown of Mikrosector-50, way across the universe,  Spacedimensioncontroller delivers us his own brand of Genre Galactic Funk. Taking us back through time with a mission to groove, Electropod 250 Collision was originally made ... Read More


Sirkus Sirkuz – ‘Ahhhh Seid Love’

Published on June 12th, 2014 | by Johnny Pluse

Sirkus Sirkuz   goes all 303 on this remix of the classic  Nu Nrg  Jam ” I feel Love ” . I like this version  , may be its because  it dosent sound  like  all the other... Read More


Wallwork / RZR – Deepcut & Shift 22

Published on May 21st, 2014 | by Fifties

Hailing from East London, Tommaso Wallwork and Ady Razor are forward thinking bass music specialists. ‘Deepcut’ is all about the techno fuelled wonk and wobble where as ‘Shift 22’ is a mellow deep spaced out number... Read More

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  • Here in the techno section you will find some heavy 4 x 4 electronic action! Whether it be funky, minimal, deep, jackin’ hard or acid. We play host to a variety of underground sounds. The techno scene is thriving and it is looking the healthiest it has done in years. With more and more DJs diversifying and mixing up genres why not have a nosy and see if anything suits you?