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Night On Earth – Barehanded (1998) [Secret Cinema]

Night On Earth – Barehanded (1998) [Secret Cinema]


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Night On Earth is another aka of Secret Cinema and his Real Name is Jeroen Verheijm DJ and producer from The Netherlands and Founder of Gem Records .

Other aliases: Forgotten Worlds, Grooveyard, Jeroen Verheij, Meng Syndicate, Mengz, Point Blank, Secret Cinema, Stomach Basher, Summer Sweetness, Veejay, X1
Sites: secretcinema.nl
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Night On Earth – Barehanded (1998)


“Night On Earth” “4th Element EP” (1998)
Track A2 Barehanded
Brave New World Records ‎- [BNW 010]
Format:Vinyl, 12″, EP – Netherlands – 1998
Genre:Electronic Style:Techno, Tech House

Tracklist “4th Element E.P.” by “Night On Earth
A1 Absolut
A2 Barehanded
B Cathedra

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Gem Records is Jeroen “Secret Cinema” Verheij founded Gem Records in 2009 after 15 years in the business. This decision was based on the desire to not only broaden his horizons but also those of people all over the world through quality releases. The philosophy of Gem Records is to sign solely tracks that will withstand the sands of time, regardless of the genre they may be categorized in or the current hype. A box cannot limit quality music and it is Gem’s mission to distribute a wide range of music that can appeal to many types of music enthusiasts.

The artists signed to Gem have one thing in common, they are all trailblazers in this industry in their own individual way. Artists include, the growing Dutch legend Egbert along with the likes of Christian Smith and Ramon Tapia (read the full Gem roster below).

The label showcase ‘Gem Sessions’ has been successful in organizing events around the Netherlands. From sold out shows in the legendary Melkweg to all-nighters at venues such as Toffler and Whoosah, Gem Sessions knows how to create an atmosphere that keeps you coming back for more. Gem is renowned for their live editions that capture the energy of the crowd, while taking things to another level. Overall, Gem Records looks to push the conventional boundaries of electronic music and showcase the artists who believe in the art of music.

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Dead Astronauts – Constellations Album [Synth-Pop Darkwave]

Dead Astronauts – Constellations Album [Synth-Pop Darkwave]


Dead Astronauts Constellations box set released October 2014. Images by Hayley Stewart. deadastronauts.com • telefuturenow.com • hayleystewart.ca

Dead Astronauts Constellations box set released October 2014. Images by Hayley Stewart. deadastronauts.com • telefuturenow.com • hayleystewart.ca


Hot off the heels of their initial Telefuture appearance, Dead Astronauts return with with their debut LP, over two years in the making. Constellations takes the form of 13 new tracks of spaced-out synth-laden ambiance coupled with pulsing rhythms and dynamic vocal stylings. As a duo, Dead Astronauts transcend space and time (as well as the physical distance that falls between them) to create music that some might consider to be from a decade long lost.

They say that in space, no one can hear you scream. Lucky for us, Dead Astronauts’ ethereal transmissions will be heard, and remembered throughout the cosmos as their signals travel alongside an expanding universe.

To accompany the audio element to the release, Dead Astronauts have teamed up with talented illustrators from across the planet to create The Dead Astronauts Project; A collective who shares their unique visions of the band’s beloved mascot, Persephone.


Dead Astronauts – Part One

Dead Astronauts “Constellations” CD “
Professionally duplicated CDs with 4-panel full color pro-printed flatpack sleeves. Features art from Glenn Arthur and Jared Nickerson.
Includes unlimited streaming of Constellations via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.


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  • “Constellations CD” Tracklist by “dead astronauts” “part1”
    1 Part One
    2 These Bones
    3 Weathered Wolves
    4 Parallel Universes
    5 Little White Lie
    6 What For
    7 The Pier
    8 This City
    9 Taking Control
    10 Walking With Machines
    11 Part Two
    12 The Ocean Owns Your Body
    13 Unhappy Woman

Dead Astronauts – Constellations [Full Album]


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Website Dead Astronauts
Jared Kyle (Seattle, USA) – Vocals, Lyrics
Hayley Stewart (Toronto, Canada) – Production, Vocals
creditsreleased October 16, 2014


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PERFECT ATMOSPHERE STREAM (320 Tracks Compilation) [Archive.org]

PERFECT ATMOSPHERE STREAM (320 Tracks Compilation) [Archive.org]


LIST OF SELECTED SONGS AMBIENT,ABSTRACT,EXPERIMENTAL,DOWNTEMPO


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Shlømo ‎- Grounded Queen [Rechaïm EP] (Abstract Music)

Shlømo ‎- Grounded Queen [Rechaïm EP] (Abstract Music)


Shlømo ‎- Rechaïm EP
Track: Shlømo ‎Grounded Queen
Label:Bright Sounds ‎- BSRX 003
Format:Vinyl, 12″, 33 ⅓ RPM
Country:Germany
Released:18 Aug 2014
Genre:Electronic Style:Techno, Abstract


“Rechaïm EP” by “Shlømo”

A1 The Other Side – 808 Intuition
A2 Grounded Queen
B1 Rechaïm
B2 Theory Is The Worst


Shlømo ‎- Grounded Queen

Bright Sounds is Label owned and operated by Kennedy Smith.
Distributed worldwide by Syncrophone.
https://www.discogs.com/label/588461-Bright-Sounds

Shlømo Real Name: Shaun Baron-Carvais.
He is Taapion Records label owner.

Taapion Records is a Vinyl only label based in Paris.
Owned and operated by AWB, PVNV and Shlømo.
Distributed worldwide by Clone Distribution.
Label is spectral vision of noise Created by PVNV, AWB & Shlomo. Classificated Releases By Inigo Kennedy, Kr!z, Inigo Kennedy, Eli Verveine, Henning Baer & 100+


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Tinfoil – Foil2 ( Sunil SHarpe & DeFeKT)

Tinfoil ‎- [Tinfoil 1]
A2 Track Foil2  Label:Tinfoil ‎- TINFOIL001
Format:Vinyl, 12″, 33 ⅓ RPM, EP
Country:UK Released:May 2014
Genre:Electronic Style:Techno


Tinfoil” aka “Sunil SHarpe & DeFeKT

Tinfoil – Foil2

Sunil Sharpe In Groups: Larynx Tompkins, Tinfoil, Tricaustic.


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DeFeKT is Real Name: Matt Flanagan
Aliases: E.S.S., Matthew Flanagan, Octal Step

Tricaustic Real Name: Jon Hussey, Sunil Sharpe

Larynx Tompkins Members: Magnetize, Sunil Sharpe


Sunil SharpeInterview Extracted From “boilerroom.tv”

“Fuck All of That”Everyone Should Make Bright Techno”:
“Sunil Sharpe Speaks!!!!” (November 19, 2014)


For all the talk of resurgences and revivals of rugged underground techno, it’s important to remember that there are people who’ve been keeping the sound alive and current all the way through the lean days of dubstep’s dominance, minimal overload and vinyl’s decline.

Sunil Sharpe is a perfect example; starting with down-and-dirty gigs in Dublin circa 2000, he’s steadily reached out into the global market with no thought of fashionability. He’s not only made a name for himself as a DJ and (since 2006) a producer, but as a supporter and documenter of this scene, particularly via his shows on Ireland’s RTE Radio – which started in 2007 but have latterly expanded to include lengthy interview segments.

This depth and breadth of involvement means there are few people out there who are better placed to contextualise the current movements in techno. Sunil’s involvement with Blawan and Pariah‘s Works The Long Nights label (like that of Surgeon, who teamed up with Blawan as Trade for the label) helps anchor their work in the deeper currents of international techno – and as you’ll see from this Q&A, he provides a valuable sense of perspective about music that’s been there all along suddenly becoming modish.

JOE MUGGS: How do you stand regarding tags like “dark” and “industrial” for techno? It’s one area where artists get very uneasy about categorisation, right?

SUNIL SHARPE: I feel a bit indifferent about these descriptions now, they used to mean something but the dark/industrial tag in techno is very watered down at this point. Taking ‘dark’ as a term on its own, how dark is anything when you’ve heard music like that countless times already?

To me music is truly dark when it scares or shocks you or just genuinely gets under your skin and messes with your senses. Depending on how exposed you have been to techno, you could get these feelings listening to quite a few releases out today, but to see so much music labelled as dark because it has got a slightly gloomy drone lurking in the background is a bit ridiculous.

Same with “industrial” – a heavy kickdrum doesn’t just make it industrial. I think some artists don’t want to be exclusively associated with one style, especially those who look on techno as a bigger picture despite the fact that their recorded material is more focussed on one style of it. Industrial/dark music and so on are perhaps unexpectedly popular at the moment, but nestled a bit more in the undergrowth is probably where those artists feel most comfortable.

Anyway, fuck all of that. Everyone should make bright techno! Seriously, think of that in your head right now and see what you come up with.

What would you say are your musical roots? What led you to the kind of sound you make/play now?

I enjoyed pop music and classical music a lot when younger but near the end of primary school I found rave music, started collecting tapes and got to know what DJs I liked. Almost straight off I gravitated to techno, mostly on the more hardcore side, alongside jungle and, a bit later on, trance. I wasn’t old enough to go to proper clubs, but I was imagining what it could be like from what I’d see on TV or what older people would tell me.

My mates who were into indie seemed to be just into it because their older brothers told them to. Rap and hip-hop just seemed like an act unless you were from the States; dudes you know going on like they were from the Bronx when they were from Templeogue, and I didn’t relate to it at all. Being a rocker wasn’t really something I wanted either. Feeling the rave spirit and getting into techno, it was a very natural path for me to join and stay on.

While I’ve learnt a lot about the music since then, I love and play stuff now that I felt exactly the same about as a teenager. In fact tracking down records now that I heard on old mixtapes is still one of the most rewarding parts of DJing for me. In terms of my own music, I have sometimes seen it described as nineties sounding or old-skool – and I suppose that yes, that era has stayed with me always and it’s hard to shake off your first love – but generally I just make music when I feel like it, normally without any type of plan.

20-plus years ago, techno felt futuristic because there’d never been music like that before. Now it has a huge heritage, can it still operate on the cutting edge and if so how?

Rewind back to old interviews with techno acts and the one word that was used a lot which you don’t hear now is “experimental”. Experimental techno was a sort of “thing” or sub-genre, and there were some producers who would maintain that unless it was truly experimental, it wasn’t techno. There were also others that said if techno didn’t have the funk, it wasn’t techno. Funk, experimentation etc – these are obviously still achieved within techno, and should be expected, but making techno that is truly different or cutting edge isn’t always as easy.

The problem is that techno is so heavily defined already through 25+ years of existence. Too many rules have already been set, and once it goes outside that framework or becomes too different it isn’t classed as techno anymore. I guess techno being on the cutting edge is in the hands of the creators and also labels for being open-minded enough to release challenging music. And obviously the gear/software manufacturers too, who have probably been the biggest innovators over the last ten years.

The album format is starting to come back again in techno which is a really good sign, and this year has had some strong offerings. Hectic gigging schedules seem to be a big problem for many who could move things on further; as soon as a promising producer starts to breakthrough, all of a sudden they’re in a battle to salvage studio time. I think that’s why often the best stuff is made by those who aren’t famous yet, who have more time on their hands, and who have something to prove.

Your music suggests small sweaty basements with just smoke and strobe to me. Do you have a favourite type of gig setting? Does the music lose something in bigger shows — say, at festivals?

Ha, I actually bought a strobe for my bedroom before I was ever in a proper club, so yes, always had an attachment to that kind of vibe! I got one again recently and messed around with it at home but felt like I would have damaged my eyesight very quickly if I kept putting it on so have put it away for now.

My favourite gig setting is to be close to people so obviously I love smaller, compact spaces where both you and the crowd feel the music in a very similar way. Is not to say I don’t enjoy playing to quite big crowds also, I really do, but just not to be perched up too far away or in a place where I can’t feel the interaction as well. If the technical set-up is good and I’m having a comfortable gig to play, I really really get into DJing. I’m enjoying it more now than ever before.

Do you feel your style and that of your close contemporaries influencing other music sounds/scenes, or is it fairly sealed off?

I’m not sure. There was a time during the height of dubstep that both it and techno influenced each other, and I think that was a quite pivotal point for techno re-establishing itself as a genre of substance again. I think people in other scenes, like rock/metal, appreciate some of the production techniques in techno and similarly there is a fair deal of crossover with techno/industrial/drone/noise from fans that come from a more guitar type background and those who are coming from a four-to-the-floor club techno one. I’m not sure how great the influence actually is or would be on other styles, but certainly there is a lot more appreciation for the more abrasive side of techno now from people who previously may have scoffed at it.

A lot of techno labels including Works The Long Nights run a very minimalist/anonymised approach to releases & presentation; do you think this is for a particular reason or just that it’s traditional or even nostalgic for the days of white labels?

I think the internet gives you every type of information on a release that you would ever need unless an artist or label has gone out of their way to conceal it. This gives room to labels to be more minimalist if they need to. All the info will come up on the web anyway and meanwhile the physical aesthetic of the record itself can be more singular and strong.

Yes, the less-is-more approach is traditional in techno and maybe the return of proper techno gave a roundhouse kick to the general information overload that was starting to accompany a lot of records. Selling records became a desperate business for a while though, there were a lot of catalogue number 001s and no 002s during the time where vinyl sales had dropped. The fact that you can just hoof out a record now with little info on it and expect people to do their homework and come back for the next one, is really something I think.

On that same topic, you talk and explain stuff on your radio show, and do interviews with artists who rarely speak publicly elsewhere; was there a particular reason to format it like that rather than just having a mix show?

RTE had asked me to extend my monthly slot to two hours, and I didn’t want to unless it became more of a show rather than a two hour long mix. I have a bit of a journalistic/trainspotting background and I like to keep that alive sometimes. I have really enjoyed the interviews on the show as they are just casual chats, I kinda like the fact that we can talk about that person’s career and goings on without being too formal and I especially enjoy sharing knowledge or finding out things that aren’t just about the act’s latest release.

I remember after the Jeff Mills interview I did, quite a lot of older DJs I knew contacted me to say that they had never heard Jeff talk about some of the stuff we spoke about, and really valued finding out about particular details of those early years of his in the techno scene. For me they were particular things I was very curious about, so it was natural that I would ask them. I think I started to become a bit out of my depth as we got into deep discussion about Mars though!

Other than Jeff, who I don’t know particularly well, though, I think everyone I’ve had on the show to interview is someone I’ve known quite well or for a long spell of time, so it’s just like having a long phone conversation except we record it.


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David Sumner aka Function Feat Stefanie Parnow – Golden Dawn (2008)

David Sumner aka Function
One of techno’s true underground heroes, Dave Sumner has been DJing and making music for over 15 years.Hailing from New York, he was seduced by techno music when Jeff Mills held a residency (as well as his own first) at the Limelight in the early 90s.

Dave started to produce music and from the mid-90s Donwards, put out music on Damon Wild’s Synewave and his own Infrastructure imprint. Together with Regis (Karl O’Connor) he worked as Portion Reform, putting out uncompromising music on Downwards and becoming the only non-Birmingham producer to release on the label.

David Sumner aka Function Feat Stefanie Parnow - Golden Dawn (2008)


David Sumner aka Function Feat Stefanie Parnow – Golden Dawn (2008)


In 2008 Dave moved to Berlin, still working with Regis, and now Silent Servant (John Mendez), put his focus on the acclaimed Sandwell District imprint. Since, the label, now come collective, has skyrocketed into cult status. Decentralizing the artist ego, Sandwell District has blurred the lines between the artist, label and dj, re-arranging the DNA of modern dance music.

In march 2013 Function presents his debut album ‘Incubation‘ on Ostgut Ton.
A modern sound journey heavy on imagery, over nine tracks we are skillfully guided through writhing, layered club tracks, soaring string-led atmospheres, and complex melodic pieces founded on classic electronic traditions.
Function enlisted cult German engineer Tobias Freund for the final mixes, adding his years of experience to this succinct, daring and artistic album. A bold and powerful long-player debut from one of Techno’s key players.

Various – Function Feat. Stefanie Parnow Golden Dawn
Label:Ostgut Ton ‎| o-ton70
Format:2 × Vinyl, 12″, Album
Country:Germany Released:30 Sep 2013
Genre:Electronic
Style:Leftfield, Experimental, Electro, Ambient, Techno


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Labelcode LC 14600
Sublabels: A-TON, Unterton
Contact Info:Berghain OstGut GmbH
Rüdersdorfer Straße 70
10243 Berlin – Friedrichshain


Berghain / Panoramabar (Club): Nightclub opened in 2004 and named after its location on the border between Kreuzberg and Friedrichshain in Berlin. Built in an abandoned power station from the 1950s.

Berghain / Panoramabar residents (amongst others) are Ben Klock, Cassy, Len Faki, Function, Marcel Dettmann and Norman Nodge.

In 2005 Berghain also founded and runs the Ostgut Ton (Ostgut Tontrager) record label….Sublabel: Panorama Bar

Divided into two distinct levels. Berghain itself on the first floor, Panoramabar, a smaller and more bar-styled space is located on the top floor.

David Sumner aka Function Feat Stefanie Parnow – Golden Dawn (2008)


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Function Feat. Stefanie Parnow – Golden Dawn (2008)

David Sumner aka Function
One of techno’s true underground heroes, Dave Sumner has been DJing and making music for over 15 years.Hailing from New York, he was seduced by techno music when Jeff Mills held a residency (as well as his own first) at the Limelight in the early 90s.

Dave started to produce music and from the mid-90s Donwards, put out music on Damon Wild’s Synewave and his own Infrastructure imprint. Together with Regis (Karl O’Connor) he worked as Portion Reform, putting out uncompromising music on Downwards and becoming the only non-Birmingham producer to release on the label.


Function Feat. Stefanie Parnow – Golden Dawn


In 2008 Dave moved to Berlin, still working with Regis, and now Silent Servant (John Mendez), put his focus on the acclaimed Sandwell District imprint. Since, the label, now come collective, has skyrocketed into cult status. Decentralizing the artist ego, Sandwell District has blurred the lines between the artist, label and dj, re-arranging the DNA of modern dance music.

In march 2013 Function presents his debut album ‘Incubation‘ on Ostgut Ton.
A modern sound journey heavy on imagery, over nine tracks we are skillfully guided through writhing, layered club tracks, soaring string-led atmospheres, and complex melodic pieces founded on classic electronic traditions.
Function enlisted cult German engineer Tobias Freund for the final mixes, adding his years of experience to this succinct, daring and artistic album. A bold and powerful long-player debut from one of Techno’s key players.

Various – Function Feat. Stefanie Parnow Golden Dawn
Label:Ostgut Ton ‎| o-ton70
Format:2 × Vinyl, 12″, Album
Country:Germany Released:30 Sep 2013
Genre:Electronic
Style:Leftfield, Experimental, Electro, Ambient, Techno


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Labelcode LC 14600
Sublabels: A-TON, Unterton
Contact Info:Berghain OstGut GmbH
Rüdersdorfer Straße 70
10243 Berlin – Friedrichshain


Berghain / Panoramabar (Club): Nightclub opened in 2004 and named after its location on the border between Kreuzberg and Friedrichshain in Berlin. Built in an abandoned power station from the 1950s.

Berghain / Panoramabar residents (amongst others) are Ben Klock, Cassy, Len Faki, Function, Marcel Dettmann and Norman Nodge.

In 2005 Berghain also founded and runs the Ostgut Ton (Ostgut Tontrager) record label….Sublabel: Panorama Bar

Divided into two distinct levels. Berghain itself on the first floor, Panoramabar, a smaller and more bar-styled space is located on the top floor.


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Umwelt – Future Darkness [2014 Vision]

Launched in 2010 by infamous electro artist Umwelt and graphic partner Chris Nexus 6, New Flesh Records definitively focuses on underground and futuristic music. Productions are characterized by the use of analogue synthetic ma-chines: therefore, the music oscillates between Electro and Techno styles.


*Elektro Diktators Vol. 1* inaugurates a series of top electro compilations on the french imprint and offers for its first chapter four uncompromizing tracks from the like of renegades DynArec (Electrix, Delsin), Umwelt (Shipwrec, Sata-mile), Franck Kartell (Transient Force, Black Leather) & Jauzas The Shining (Last Known Trajectory, Black Montanas).Each artist provides his personal vision of Electro in an oustanding way…..Listen at your own risk!!!!!!!!!!!!


Umwelt – Future Darkness [2014 Vision]


From Elektro Diktators Vol.1 – NF15 by The French Dissidents :
Artists: Dynarec – Franck Kartell – Umwelt – Jauzas The Shining

Tracklist Various Album Elektro Diktators Vol.1
1 Dynarec – Moving Corridors
2 Franck Kartell – Electro Music
3 Umwelt – Future Darkness (2014 Vision)
4 Jauzas The Shining – Love Indecent


Record/Vinyl Incld,unltd streaming of Elektro Diktators Vol.1.NF15 via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

Buy: http://newfleshrecords.bandcamp.com/

Hailing from Lyon, the French indie label New Flesh Records was launched in 2010 by Umwelt & graphic partner Chris Nexus 6.Definitively underground and futuristic, productions are characterized by the use of analogue synthetic machines: therefore, the music oscillates between Electro and Techno styles.

From sound to design, the New Flesh artistic line represents a disaster-stricken world where human has lost any hope for survival. Let transmit your airwaves to overthrow the system and build up the movement for a new civilization. New Flesh celebrates the alliance between people fighting against the domination of a mediocre and formatted music. A movement that will impose change through a sound revolution.
Long live New Flesh Records!…..


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