TR-909 DAY!

The TR-909 was born on 1983 in Osaka, Japan, and it was the first Roland drum machine to feature MIDI, which back in 1983 was a new technical standard that allowed electronic instruments to “talk” to each other, in other words, MIDI allowed the 909 to be synchronized with other devices.
However, at the date,

Green Lake Project Release Intergalactic EP

The mysterious space duo ‘Green Lake Project’ want to take you on their latest journey into the cosmos. Their intergalactic explorations jump through the space-sound continuum – with three notable stops along the way, all contained on this epic new EP released on Ibogatech.
Featuring otherworldly basslines and beats, Neptune’s Orbit, is the forward-thinking techno we’ve

Blazing Swan Reneges on No Refunds Decision

The organising committee of Blazing Swan, a regional burn held in Western Australia over Easter, has reversed its previous decision to not refund patrons following the cancellation of this year’s event due to COVID.
Putting the burn’s future entirely in the hands of its community of supporters, organisers have said all ticket holders will automatically

Daniel Dejman Drops Relentless New Techno Track ‘Go Back’

Up-and-coming techno maestro Daniel Dejman is back once again with yet another unyielding original production, and his second offering of the new decade. Following his recent three-track ‘STTÆB’ EP released at the tail end of this March, ‘Go Back’ is a quality successor that further solidifies the Chicago-based DJ/producer’s well-deserved position in the modern-day electronic

We Stand with Burn in Noise

The latest release from Burn in Noise on Nano Records contains a simple, yet profound, message for these challenging times: e stand together and we stand as one.
Inspired by his international travels, numerous performances and unflinching desire to find the most mind-opening sounds, Burn in Noise has presented an album of pure unadulterated psychedelic


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