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Sprung Records of the week – 007

Techno. Techno. Techno.

The seventh weekly Sprung Records’ chart comes just after the label guys announced their second party in Cardiff. The first one was a massive success so we all invite you to click HERE and have a look at it.
This week they have selected music from Levon Vincent, Regal, Monolog and Dino Sabatini.

Enjoy the music that they are feeling this week.

Levon Vincent – Self-Titled (Novel Sound)

No introduction is needed here – since this album was announced in January, we’ve been unable to control our anticipation. The eccentric, Berlin-based wizard returns with 11 incredible tracks, which he kindly gave away (for free) for 24 hours following its release. This is not only arguably his best material to date, but edging towards perfection.

RELEASE DATE 9/02/15

Regal – Figure 63 (Figure)

The Spaniard makes his Figure debut here with 4 tracks of solid, acid-infused techno. We (as well as a certain Kraviz) loved playing his track “Chaos” last year; we’re looking forward to dismantling dancefloors with his new material over the next few months.

RELEASE DATE 9/02/15

Dino Sabatini/Edit Select – Multiplo (Motoguzzi Switzerland)

Relentlessness from Sabatini and Edit Select, both offering their own interpretations of the title track. This is a leviathan release, not to be taken lightly.

RELEASE DATE 9/02/15

Fiedel – Step Aside/Sloth Mouth (Fiedelone)

A pretty stark contrast from the Sabatini/Edit Select release, nevertheless these are two great tracks. Fiedel steps away from his MMM project here to craft spacious and synthy techno covered with flittering snares. Groovy.

RELEASE DATE 6/02/15

Monoloc – Gipson EP (Soma)

Another label debut, this time by Monoloc on the prestigious Soma label. He delivers 2 tracks of heavily layered and textured techno that still manage to retain their clarity, and more importantly, their danceability. Good for dark wintery nights.

RELEASE DATE 9/02/15

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