out now: Various – Serpent Series II [Voxnox Records]




Serpent Series II


Voxnox Records




Release Date:
29th August 2019




Lars Huismann & Chris Koegler
Ripped Dreams

Can You Hear Me


PØLI & Lorenzo Raganzini
Metal Works

Suicide Generation

Acid March

Blame The Mono

Olimpian Orbit


Press Info:
Berlin is a Techno Utopia.

Straight from the dungeons of electronic music’s best parties, Voxnox Records keeps on delivering uncompromising heat for the dance floor – since almost six years now. And with its third Various Artist compilation dropping August 23rd, the rise of this independent label, collective and agency continues to grow in multiple directions.

Berlin resident Lars Huismann teams up with Chris Koegler on „Ripped Dreams“ meaning epic pad programming also teaming up with some most energising groove patterns in here. Meant to be played on a big system, this track feels ecstatic, yet liberating and most definitely rave oriented with its synths and small developing zenith.

Berlin via Italy: Alignment definitely spells hotness on „Can You Hear Me“ – a beast of Kick/Synth harmony straight from and for a sweating and eventually soaking rave. With it’s small but therefore stimulating vocal fragment it fusions shaking drum patterns with ever pushing melodies.

Third in this row is Tham’s „Intoxication“ which is nothing less but an invitation letter straight from the warehouses of East-Berlin. Giving a marching groove some serious rave-pads, with essentially turning down into an epic break to drop most effectively just afterwards. Just fire.

Up next is a collaboration between PØLI and Barcelona-based Lorenzo Raganzini’s „Metal Works“ perfectly blending a forward pushing groove with detail works on the major scale, eventually burning the floor down with it’s ever rising and not stoppable energy.

The label’s A&R and powerhouse Sept steps things up on „Suicide Generation“, bringing what he’s most known for: efficient power. You may realise his fractions and particular versatile style on every single element of this heat wave, linking powerful arrangement with his forward attitude.

Opal opens up the bigger curtain of this release with „Acid March“. An energy rising tune, combining shuffled hats with synthesiser-influenced drives sure enough to transport serious escalation moods while playing it out.

Newcomers „Blame The Mono“ come from Youkounkoun and step through by flipping and chopping an old school acapella in its most effective way. On banging synthie-lines and some forward pushing groove galore, probably kicking the most out of the speaker system.

Last but not least is France’s new talent, producer & DJ – Quelza and his contribution „Olimpian Orbit“ rising dark pads, a continuous climax and unique drive by bringing diverse and ever evolving patterns, perfectly matching a hot night’s deserved finale on this compilation.


Full Track Streaming:


Lars Huismann – “#SlamRadio 356 ”

Chris Koegler – “Codec 992 Podcast #020”

Alignment – “HEX Transmission #049”

Tham – “Curated by DSH #118”

PØLI – “DGTL Podcast #71”

Lorenzo Raganzini – “Voxnox Podcast 035”

Sept – “Music & Interview [NovaFuture Blog Exclusive Mix]”

Opål – “Synoid Research Podcast 026”

Blame The Mono – “Babylone Berlin II”


Chris Koegler’s “Incolate EP” on Counter Pulse
Lars Huismann’s “Infinite Dimension EP” on Soma Records
Tham’s “Cthulhu Nation” on Lebendig
all stuff on Voxnox Records


Buy Digital:
Voxnox Records @ Bandcamp
Beatport Classic
more soon


Thrust Agency for Opål
RAW Agency for Alignment
Thrust Agency for Lars Huismann
Elite Music Management for Sept
Blackrod for Chris Koegler
Hex Barcelona for PØLI
Hex Barcelona for Lorenzo Raganzini


Voxnox Records


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