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OUT NOW-Elektek New Releases [ETK037] and [ETK038]

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    Posted: 09 May 2011 at 11:51pm
OUT NOW-Elektek New Releases [ETK037] and [ETK038]

The Factor - Selective Move EP - w/Peuch and Mynude Remixes



You guessed it - Two great new signings to the Elektek Family!!

The Factor, hailing from Portugal is about to begin his prosperous career with his first signing to none other than the mighty Elektek Recordings...

Three awesome Techno tracks and two great remixes from Peuch and Mynude!

With the original mixes, expect deep, driving and funky late night Techno. The Factor keeps things simple and directed at the dacefloor. Great percussion, bouncing kicks and sub bass and nicely made synth stabs. Add some cool FX and DJ friendly sequencing and you are nearly there!

Title track, Selective Move is more of a funky workout, Photo Junk is more driving and Burning Illusions is driving but groovey at the same time. This is no messing around Underground Techno!

Mynude takes on Burning Illusions opting to take it to a tougher level making things a little more crazy as they know how!

Peuch takes on Photo Junk, keeping things minimal and keeping it interesting with some great atmosphere sounds andFX.

Great pack for the Minimal and Techno heads out there!

Ob(li)vious - Baby Alice EP - [ETK038]



Next up we have the debut EP from another new Elektek signing, Portugese born and London based Ob(li)vious. Baby Alice [ETK038] is a great 3 tracker, deep, driving Techno aimed at the front room. 'Shape Of Things To Come' is a big peak time track, driving bass and big synth stabs. 'Mechanical' again is driving and gritty a bit more darker but still peak time, great for getting the floor moving. And finally, 'Still' is more on the funky side of things, great synths interplaying with each other through-out. Nice pad to keep things deep great one for the after-hours or great for starting the night and getting people on the floor!

Another great package... 

Enjoy, Elektek!

p.s. Check our new Beatport Label page and all past releases on Elektek here -
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