DRR007 – Justin Schumacher – Activated Complex

DRR007c

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our 7th release on Dystopian Rhythm features three newcomers to the label. New York’s Justin Schumacher provides the originals – two heavier cuts full of analog madness firmly rooted in his techno side. Prolific producer Patrik Skoog (aka Agaric) provides a stripped-down take of the title cut, while Chicago’s Komprezzor handles remix duties on the flipside.



Share : facebook

DRR006 – Flex – Data

DRR006f

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For our sixth Dystopian Rhythm EP, we’re happy to present three original tracks from french producer Flex, founder of Mekanism Records. These tracks are a good representation of his heavy but dance-floor friendly sound, laden with twisting chords and the occasional stuttered beat.

The EP can be purchased at Beatport, Juno, iTunes, Bandcamp, and all other digital stores.


Share : facebook

DRR005 – Virulent – The Abyssal Shelf

DRR005

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Virulent’s debut EP on Dystopian Rhythm features The Abyssal Shelf – A track with a funkier feel in tune with his recent Rooted EP. Owen Sands’ remix has a twisty and turny synth that will be a crowd mover. Voidwalker ventures into much deeper and darker territory with tons of atmosphere. Finally, on his first appearance with Dystopian Rhythm, Toronto producer Dolgener reshapes it into a cinematic science-fiction inspired nightmare with a rumbling low end.

The EP can be purchased at Beatport, Juno, iTunes, Bandcamp, and all other digital stores.



Share : facebook

DRR004 – Andrei Morant – Blessed

dr4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our fourth Dystopian Rhythm release is a collection of three new tracks from American techno legend Andrei Morant. These are all rooted in his classic sound; pounding kick drums and intricate bouncy weaving synth lines. Garrett Dillon provides a peak-time remix of Blessed with a stuttered kick and hypnotic twist on the original synths.

The EP can be purchased at Beatport, Juno, iTunes, Bandcamp, and all other digital stores.



Share : facebook

DRR003 – Mark Morris – Tribal Fusion

drr003new3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Italian-born and Chile-based techno warrior Mark Morris delivers a driving builder of a track (Indysine) paired with a broken-beat cut with a twisting synth (Tribal Fusion). On remix duties are Unam Zetineb’s peak-time take on Tribal Fusion and a harder, thumping version Indysine from Future16.

The EP can be purchased at Beatport, Juno, iTunes, Bandcamp, and all other digital stores.



Share : facebook

1 2 3 4