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Our buddies at Metamimetic have just put out an exciting new release from Danalog – the moniker of Daniel Lobel – one of the pioneers of South Africa’s ever growing techno scene. Hailing from Cape Town, Danalog’s new track ‘Tuna Julia’ is a dynamic monster of rolling kit and big builds, giving a nod to the snappy percussive sounds of Sebastien Leger.
While you’re at it, grab a copy of Danalog’s ‘Bloc Party – Signs’ bootleg which he’s giving away for free via his soundcloud. Mellow tech-house vibes, I’ve been feeling this one a lot…
How does one describe Haezer? Only way I can think of is dirty, dirty, dirty, hardcore in your fuckin’ face electro along the lines of early Proxy. I first discovered Haezer a few months back when he released his first EP rightfully titled “Who the Fuck is Haezer?” This past week he released his newest track “James Bond” for free over his Soundcloud, and trust me it does not disappoint. Its heavy, distorted synth is just perfect; if Soulwax had an evil twin they would sound like Haezer.
And some older tracks for your enjoyment:
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