Bad Life‘s debut compilation Future Techno 1 is out on April 2nd, and features their very own Attaque and his remix of ZZT‘s pièce de résistance ‘Party’s Over Los Angeles’ which you can listen to by clicking the artwork above. Bad Life is one of the most hyped new electro/techno labels around, with support from Erol Alkan, Tiga, Diplo, Zombie Nation, Blatta & Inesha, and Brodinski. At the forefront of the emerging Future Techno scene, the label’s first year has seen them release some of the most important records of this burgeoning movement.
Click “CONTINUE READING” to check the track listing for the forthcoming compilation, and also to take a listen to label bosses autoKratz new monster ‘Splinters.’
Burns & NT89 dropped their massive new single, Traffic. No surprises here folks, big builds accompanied with even bigger drops and enough energy to destroy any dancefloor. The entire EP is killer, with stellar remixes from both Attaque and Autokratz!
Today I have quite the one-two punch of dance floor certified haymakers for you dirty dancing fiends. If you’re familiar with autoKratz, then let me tell you that you’re familiar with an entirely different brand of dancerock mayhem than you are about to hear from right here. What ensues is an onslaught of electro and future techno mayhem for those prescription amphetamine-and-alcohol-fueled 4AM dance riots.
While they are two very distinct offerings, Russell and Dave insist these are two tracks that embody the reason why they started making music. ‘Heart Attack Man’ is a mid-set banger, equally comfortable in any respectable techno or electro artist’s set who wants to work the crowd into a frenzy, while ‘Sucker Sirens’ also brings the peak-time heat in a big, big way.
Have a listen for yourself, grab the .zip file of the FREE EP, and check out what some of your favorite artists are saying about it down below.
LDN – Having recently set up his new Marble label with co-founders Bobmo and Surkin, Para One is set to play an exclusive London date next Saturday at Scala in Kings Cross, where he’ll be joined by Paul Chambers and Autokratz among others. (Full Listing info after the jump)
The new French electro label was started in response to the recently disbanded Institubes imprint. A statement from Para One’s manager read: “Even though the demise of Institubes may come as a shock to the electronic music world, when Para decided to team up with the others to form Marble there was no doubt in my mind and theirs that this is going to be a huge success. It will continue to carry the French electronic sound that is already gaining worldwide attention.”
Amen to that. Here’s a 3 minute mix of Marble’s forthcoming material, including new tunes from Para One, Surkin, Das Glow, Myd, Canblaster, and Bobmo: