out soon: Various – Exhale VA002 (Vinyl 3) [Exhale Records]

 

Artist:
Various

 

Title:
Exhale VA002 (Vinyl 3)

 

Label:
Exhale Records

 

Cat#:
EXH002C

 

Release Date:
02nd July 2021

 

Format:
vinyl

 

Tracklist:
A1.
Charlie Sparks
Tatakai

A2.
Under Black Helmet
Rogue

B1.
Xiorro
Hearing Colors
[feat. Adrestia]

B2.
Ahl Iver
There Is Always Light

 

Press Info:
Amelie Lens’ EXHALE Records continues to deliver fiercely dynamic techno from the underground’s most promising, rising and established artists with its second VA compilation.

Following EXHALE’s first VA release in 2020, the party series turned label once again welcomes existing members, flourishing producers and blossoming new artists to the EXHALE family for its second various artists compilation.

Opening the record are hardware aficionados 999999999 with ‘Alarm 303’ – a powerful techno floor destroyer armed with a reverberating kick, rushy rave stabs and a barrage of alarms. Promising newcomer Jastice presents an energetic ravey cut that weaves between faded synths and a softened vocal, accompanied by an entrancing interlude with ‘Hey You’. Mancunian producer Kontain dishes out ‘Neck Crank’, a hybrid of gritty rumbling bass chords, strident synths and an unwavering kick. Istanbul’s Gräfin continues by deftly combining electronic stabs, flurried hi-hats and gravitating synths layered above the melody in ‘Chatty Echoes’.

Following is ‘Bóg Jest w Techno’ event boss Sept, who presents us with a stripped back cut layered with piercing synth keys and gentle electro elements in ‘Beyond The Veil’. Acid stabs and a female voice echo the track title in Raven’s trippy cut ‘Metal On Metal’, with light airy synths to close out that simulate euphoria. We’re taken on a dark and weighteir expedition with Frazi.er in ‘Systematic Ignorance’ – a brooding bass drives the sound, with acid melodies adding texture throughout. Keeping up pace is ‘Kendall’ by Trym, a cinematic composition that utilises cymbals, hi-hats and synth notes to create a brighter melody over its dark percussion.

Rounding off is London techno talent Charlie Sparks who equips the record with weapon ‘Tataki’, combining Japanese vocals with acid 303’s, sirens and powerful kick drums. Next up we have Under Black Helmet with ‘Rogue’, an industrial style track that uses familiar dark themes characterized by distorted keys and commanding kicks. Brooklyn’s Xiorro follows with ‘Hearing Colors’ featuring Adrestia, with a yearning distorted vocal sample, protruding percussion and jagged synth keys. The finale is delivered by EXHALE mainstay Ahl Iver’s ‘There Is Always Light’ – a trancy endeavour that juggles hi-hats and cymbals with twinkling euphoric synth keys and long waning bass chords.

Separate features for Vinyl 1 & 2 and the digital edition see “related releases”.

 

Full Track Streaming:

 

Specials:
Charlie Sparks – “Techno Germay Podcast 027”

Under Black Helmet – “Four Four Global Mix 049”

Xiorro – “Griessmuehle One Last Time | xMarch 20th, 2021”

Ahl Iver – “EXHALE Records Launch Party”

 

Related Releases:
sampler “Exhale VA002 (Vinyl 1)”
sampler “Exhale VA002 (Vinyl 2)”
compilation “Exhale VA002 (Digital Edition)”

 

Recommendations:
sampler “Exhale VA001 (Vinyl 1)”
sampler “Exhale VA001 (Vinyl 2)”
sampler “Exhale VA001 (Vinyl 3)”
compilation “Exhale VA001 (Digital Edition)”

 

Buy Vinyl:
Juno
Deejay
Decks
HHV
Red Eye Records
more soon

 

Websites:
Exhale Records

 

out soon: Various – Exhale VA002 (Vinyl 2) [Exhale Records]

 

Artist:
Various

 

Title:
Exhale VA002 (Vinyl 2)

 

Label:
Exhale Records

 

Cat#:
EXH002B

 

Release Date:
02nd July 2021

 

Format:
vinyl

 

Tracklist:
A1.
Sept
Beyond The Veil

A2.
Raven
Metal On Metal

B1.
Frazi.er
Systematic Ignorance

B2.
Trym
Kendall

 

Press Info:
Amelie Lens’ EXHALE Records continues to deliver fiercely dynamic techno from the underground’s most promising, rising and established artists with its second VA compilation.

Following EXHALE’s first VA release in 2020, the party series turned label once again welcomes existing members, flourishing producers and blossoming new artists to the EXHALE family for its second various artists compilation.

Opening the record are hardware aficionados 999999999 with ‘Alarm 303’ – a powerful techno floor destroyer armed with a reverberating kick, rushy rave stabs and a barrage of alarms. Promising newcomer Jastice presents an energetic ravey cut that weaves between faded synths and a softened vocal, accompanied by an entrancing interlude with ‘Hey You’. Mancunian producer Kontain dishes out ‘Neck Crank’, a hybrid of gritty rumbling bass chords, strident synths and an unwavering kick. Istanbul’s Gräfin continues by deftly combining electronic stabs, flurried hi-hats and gravitating synths layered above the melody in ‘Chatty Echoes’.

Following is ‘Bóg Jest w Techno’ event boss Sept, who presents us with a stripped back cut layered with piercing synth keys and gentle electro elements in ‘Beyond The Veil’. Acid stabs and a female voice echo the track title in Raven’s trippy cut ‘Metal On Metal’, with light airy synths to close out that simulate euphoria. We’re taken on a dark and weighteir expedition with Frazi.er in ‘Systematic Ignorance’ – a brooding bass drives the sound, with acid melodies adding texture throughout. Keeping up pace is ‘Kendall’ by Trym, a cinematic composition that utilises cymbals, hi-hats and synth notes to create a brighter melody over its dark percussion.

Rounding off is London techno talent Charlie Sparks who equips the record with weapon ‘Tataki’, combining Japanese vocals with acid 303’s, sirens and powerful kick drums. Next up we have Under Black Helmet with ‘Rogue’, an industrial style track that uses familiar dark themes characterized by distorted keys and commanding kicks. Brooklyn’s Xiorro follows with ‘Hearing Colors’ featuring Adrestia, with a yearning distorted vocal sample, protruding percussion and jagged synth keys. The finale is delivered by EXHALE mainstay Ahl Iver’s ‘There Is Always Light’ – a trancy endeavour that juggles hi-hats and cymbals with twinkling euphoric synth keys and long waning bass chords.

Separate features for Vinyl 1 & 3 and the digital edition see “related releases”.

 

Full Track Streaming:

 

Specials:
Sept – “BCCO Podcast 059”

Raven – “Lobster Theremin Podcast 175”

Frazi.er – “Voxnox Podcast 089”

Trym – “Reform Livestream March 2021”

 

Related Releases:
sampler “Exhale VA002 (Vinyl 1)”
sampler “Exhale VA002 (Vinyl 3)”
compilation “Exhale VA002 (Digital Edition)”

 

Recommendations:
sampler “Exhale VA001 (Vinyl 1)”
sampler “Exhale VA001 (Vinyl 2)”
sampler “Exhale VA001 (Vinyl 3)”
compilation “Exhale VA001 (Digital Edition)”

 

Buy Vinyl:
Juno
Deejay
Decks
HHV
Red Eye Records
more soon

 

Websites:
Exhale Records

 

out soon: Various – Exhale VA002 (Vinyl 1) [Exhale Records]

 

Artist:
Various

 

Title:
Exhale VA002 (Vinyl 1)

 

Label:
Exhale Records

 

Cat#:
EXH002A

 

Release Date:
02nd July 2021

 

Format:
vinyl

 

Tracklist:
A1.
999999999
Alarm 303

A2.
Jastice
Hey You

B1.
Kontain
Neck Crank

B2.
Gräfin
Chatty Echoes

 

Press Info:
Amelie Lens’ EXHALE Records continues to deliver fiercely dynamic techno from the underground’s most promising, rising and established artists with its second VA compilation.

Following EXHALE’s first VA release in 2020, the party series turned label once again welcomes existing members, flourishing producers and blossoming new artists to the EXHALE family for its second various artists compilation.

Opening the record are hardware aficionados 999999999 with ‘Alarm 303’ – a powerful techno floor destroyer armed with a reverberating kick, rushy rave stabs and a barrage of alarms. Promising newcomer Jastice presents an energetic ravey cut that weaves between faded synths and a softened vocal, accompanied by an entrancing interlude with ‘Hey You’. Mancunian producer Kontain dishes out ‘Neck Crank’, a hybrid of gritty rumbling bass chords, strident synths and an unwavering kick. Istanbul’s Gräfin continues by deftly combining electronic stabs, flurried hi-hats and gravitating synths layered above the melody in ‘Chatty Echoes’.

Following is ‘Bóg Jest w Techno’ event boss Sept, who presents us with a stripped back cut layered with piercing synth keys and gentle electro elements in ‘Beyond The Veil’. Acid stabs and a female voice echo the track title in Raven’s trippy cut ‘Metal On Metal’, with light airy synths to close out that simulate euphoria. We’re taken on a dark and weighteir expedition with Frazi.er in ‘Systematic Ignorance’ – a brooding bass drives the sound, with acid melodies adding texture throughout. Keeping up pace is ‘Kendall’ by Trym, a cinematic composition that utilises cymbals, hi-hats and synth notes to create a brighter melody over its dark percussion.

Rounding off is London techno talent Charlie Sparks who equips the record with weapon ‘Tataki’, combining Japanese vocals with acid 303’s, sirens and powerful kick drums. Next up we have Under Black Helmet with ‘Rogue’, an industrial style track that uses familiar dark themes characterized by distorted keys and commanding kicks. Brooklyn’s Xiorro follows with ‘Hearing Colors’ featuring Adrestia, with a yearning distorted vocal sample, protruding percussion and jagged synth keys. The finale is delivered by EXHALE mainstay Ahl Iver’s ‘There Is Always Light’ – a trancy endeavour that juggles hi-hats and cymbals with twinkling euphoric synth keys and long waning bass chords.

Separate features for Vinyl 2 & 3 and the digital edition see “related releases”.

 

Full Track Streaming:

 

Specials:
999999999 – “Awakenings Podcast #082”

Jastice – “𝙐𝙕 100”

Gräfin – “MITSUcast 007”

Kontain – “#SlamRadio – 438”

 

Related Releases:
sampler “Exhale VA002 (Vinyl 2)”
sampler “Exhale VA002 (Vinyl 3)”
compilation “Exhale VA002 (Digital Edition)”

 

Recommendations:
sampler “Exhale VA001 (Vinyl 1)”
sampler “Exhale VA001 (Vinyl 2)”
sampler “Exhale VA001 (Vinyl 3)”
compilation “Exhale VA001 (Digital Edition)”

 

Buy Vinyl:
Juno
Deejay
Decks
HHV
Red Eye Records
more soon

 

Websites:
Exhale Records

 

09th July 2021: Arch 0.4 @ :// about blank, Berlin (Germany)

 

Event:
Arch 0.4

 

Date & Time:
09th July 2021 at 05:00pm

 

Line-up:
Inland & Magna Pia live
Toxido Mask live
Ignez live
DJ Mandingo

 

Location:
:// about blank, Berlin (Germany)

 

Admission fee:
tba

 

Press Info:
Arch returns this summer with our next installment of live electronic concerts, this time in the beautiful and freshly renovated setting of about blank’s garden. Expect experimental electronics, electro-acoustic signals, cosmic-dub, and transcendent frequencies.

As we prepare for the release of our next curated album, ‘As We Descend’, on cassette and digital (arch002), we are delighted to present three live debuts for this summer’s first event, guided by our DJ for the evening, Mandingo, aka Monty Luke.

Arch co-founder Inland takes to the stage with Magna Pia for the first time ever, delivering an exclusive hardware-only live show. Similarly, sound-designer and experimental artist Julia Lipniewicz aka Toxido Mask performs her first-ever live performance, while Eerste Communie resident and Somov label curator Ignez will also debut a special live set for the occasion.

Event @ Facebook
Event @ Resident Advisor

 

Mixes:
Inland – “Vinculum 001/07”

Magna Pia – “Reclaim Your City 438”

Toxido Mask – “Corner Klub 22”

Ignez – “Eerste Communie #024”

 

Recommendations:
all featured stuff on Inland’s Counterchange Recordings
“An Invitation To Disappear” by Inland & Julian Charrière on A-Ton
Inland’s “Metatlantic” on Black Crow Records
Inland’s “Time Leak EP” on Figure
Magna Pia’s “Tocharian EP” on Soma Records
Magna Pia’s “Narcissist EP” on Soma Records
Magna Pia’s “Eostre EP” on Soma Records
Magna Pia’s “Daiauna” on Feral Note
compilation “Life On Small Planets” on Arch

 

Tickets:
Inverted Audio

 

Websites:
Sweat Lodge Agency
:// about blank