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Nuage /// Prints Of You

Nuage makes a triumphant return to Translation Recordings with another serving of smooth, sublime beats! His last outing, "So Long," forged a different path for Nuage (who had previously focused on DnB) and his latest offering, "Prints Of You," seems to go deeper down this path. Fans of old need not worry though, there's a beautiful DnB collaboration with Gerwin titled "Lifestyle" that harks back to his Fokuz days.




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Peaking Lights /// Everyone And Us



Peaking Lights have announced the details of their upcoming LP Cosmic Logic and have given us a sneak preview of what to expect with Everyone And Us. Everyone And Us is a piece of tightly constructed electronic pop with some of the most spirited synths we’ve ever heard. Listen to the track below, and keep your eyes and ears peeled for more details on the album (it's out on October 6th).

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New Sinden project, Sinden Presents the Crystal System, release new track

Innovative producer Sinden has collaborated with Azari & III vocalist Starving Yet Full (SYF) on the latest track from his collective Sinden Presents the Crystal System. The track, titled ‘Got Me Moving’, has a funky house vibe to it with hints of disco and an insistent bass which will be sure to make it a popular tune with club DJs (and bedroom dancers) this autumn.

The song is available to stream on Spotify and to buy via iTunes.

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English translation of techno bible Der Klang Der Familie available November

 
An English translation of Der Klang Der Familie (The Sound of Family), a book chronicling the meteoric rise of Berlin techno from the rubble after the fall of the Berlin wall, is set for release in November two years after its initial 2012 German publication. Previously only available in the original German or a French translation, the English version will be on sale November 9th to coincide with the 25th anniversary of the coming down of the Wall.

Preview the English version here

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Dean Blunt LP Black Metal drops November 4th

Experimental electronic artist Dean Blunt has announced the release of his sophomore effort Black Metal on November 4th. The album will be his first since signing to Rough Trade and follows 2013’s The Redeemer LP.

Check out the album track ’50 Cent’ below:

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Panasonic announce revival of Technics brand

Panasonic’s much-loved Technics brand is being given a dust-off and reintroduced into the wild. The company revealed a new range of audio equipment under the brand name, including speaker systems, amplifiers, controllers…even a CD player. A glaring omission from the line-up, however, were turntables.

For audio-fanboys and girls hoping for a new series of SL-1200s (I’m including myself in this one), this is pretty gutting. Technics SL-1200s and 1210s are the industry standard decks which you will see in most commercial music venues, and are used and loved by established artists, bedroom DJs and audiophiles alike. Panasonic discontinued them in 2010 and since then second-hand decks have been much in demand, with prices for a single turntable peaking at more than £500.

Panasonic haven’t commented on the decision not to include turntables in the new range of Technics products. Hopefully, the company are just trying to generate suspense and whip up some hype before announcing a new series of 1200s in the near future. With the turntables’ die-hard fan base, respected reputation and fashionable brand name, it seems like a business no-brainer. Fingers crossed the boys in Japan are thinking the same thing.

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