Archive for April, 2012

Riya – Seems Like
Asc – Aqualoop
Asc & Synkro – Borderline
Submerse – Could You Start
Silent Dust – A Million Words
SumOne – Oblivion
Silent Dust – The Giant
Asc & Synkro – Sacred Moments
Triad – Fortune
Eveson – Numbers
Blue Motion – Sunshine Through Rainy Clouds
Loxy & Marginal – Foundation
Reza – Deep Rooted
Sunchase – Restored
Kharm – Hiding Place
Breakage – The Shroud
Commix – Japenese Electronics (Instra:mental Remix)
Circa – Ida
Synkro – Departure
Synkro – Aerial
Mr Sizef & Unquote – Hours Have No Reverse Motion
Raiden – Roentgen
Clarity – Parallels
Data – Fidelity
Clubroot – Garrison
Loxy & Resound – League Of Shadows
ST Files – Crackden


Space Cadets

Lo:tek – Desolate
Oak – Escapist
Nether – Sunset Dub (NASA004)
>>> Microfunk Crew – Scene 6
Nether – Moon Dub (NASA004)
>>> Microfunk Crew – Scene 3
ASC – Phobos
>>> Oak – Twilight Lakes
Dan Habarnam – One
Reza – Alone
Nether – Oracle (NASA004)
Microfunk Crew – Kitchens
Dan Habarnam – Zoom Back Camera
Abstract Elements – Fourth Dimension
Croms – Invisible Cities
Com Truise – Flightwave

NASA004: NASA004 – Nether [16/04/12] by Space Cadets

Henning Baer [ Grounded Theory / K209 ]

Henning Baer is a man on a mission who’s slowly been building his name in Berlin and beyond. As one half of the team behind the Grounded Theory Berlin project, now up to the 14th party, they’ve hosted names such as Marcel Dettmann, Ben Klock, Function, Redshape, Traversable Wormhole, Perc, Pattern Repeat, Terence Fixmer to name a few.

Grounded Theory, not content with being just a party, is also a booking agency and soon to be label. Looking after Milton Bradley, Subjected & Moerbeck (Vault Series), Fanon Flowers, Sawlin and Sawf, it’s easy to see that Henning is building an ever-expanding stable of young talent, that will shape the face of techno for years to come.

As a DJ, he’s a regular around his hometown of Berlin. On top of his Grounded Theory parties he can be found playing his trade at the legendary Tresor, Arenaclub and Suicide Circus, as well as an increasing number of appearances around Europe. His no compromise underground techno has been destroying dancefloors at every turn.

It was only a matter of time before Henning took the next logical step into production. Setting up the K209 label, in 2011, with Milton Bradley and dropping the first release in March. He followed it up with his first solo release on the label in September. He’s since had tracks snapped up by Adam X’s Sonic Groove label.

After the Tea And Techno blog named Henning in their ‘Ones To Watch For 2012’ list, all the signs are pointing to a very bright future for this exciting prospect.

1) Munk & Peaches: You Can’t Run From My Love (Classixx Remix) (Gomma)
2) Marvin Gaye: I Heard It Through The Grapevine (Max Josef Remix) (Unreleased)
3) Los Amigos Invisibles – Glad To Know You (Gomma demo)
4) Mercury – Old Man’s House (Gomma Dance Tracks)
5) Lil’ Louis – Club Lonely (Manuel Kim Edit)
6) Magazine 60s – Don Quiotte (Vogue)
7) Pollyester – Concierge d’amour (Prins Tomas Remix) (Permanant Vacation)
8) Rebolledo – Canivalon (Cocome)
9) Hard Ton – Not Again (Toy Tonics)
10) Unknown demo
11) Mercury – Rio (Gomma Dance Tracks)
12) Munk & Peaches – You Can’t Run From My Love (Gomma)
13) Ilk Steigner aka Munk & Telonius: PuertoRico (Gomma)

So here is the 2nd instalment in the vinyl only mix series I’m doing. For this one, I made a mix with records that had a big part in influencing a lot of what you hear on my debut album ‘Airport Vultures’ that was out recently on Intec. It covers some of the early influences on me as a DJ such as tracks by Circulation and MR G and then later tracks that influenced me as I developed my own production sound and style – Aril Brikha, Ashley Beadle and Laurent Garnier….

Some amazing tracks on this, imo, hope you guys enjoy it too!

Live improv from the TL