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Strinner – Slant [Steyoyoke]

Orchestrating from Manchester, Strinner returns to Steyoyoke with another brilliant release. Pulsing, heartfelt techno finds its way on to his new EP, Slant, four songs showcase the artist’s expertise in stepping outside of expectations. The bending of sounds on the title track “Slant” begins to symbolise the very twisting of reality with each passing second. […]

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Soul Button – Metamorphosis [Steyoyoke]

Soul Button releases his new EP Metamorphosis, transcending techno confinements and mobilising listeners for the forthcoming revolution in return. Dystopian depictions mirror societal upheaval by presenting a disorientating frenzy in the three songs striking imagery. “Insurgence” portrays the foundations of revolution, characterised is the angst and opportunity of a greater future, a maze of sound, […]

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Whirl – Nerv [Steyoyoke Black]

Swedish newcomers, Whirl, make their debut on Steyoyoke Black with ‘Nerv’; a 3-track EP which takes the listener on a journey through the sensual pleasures of the subconscious mind. Title track, “Nerv”, has a strong sense of forward movement and masterfully balances each layer to create a journey for the listener. The following track, “Skania”, […]

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V.A. – Quadrivium Vol. 04 [Steyoyoke]

Steyoyoke returns to their excellent Quadrivium series with Volume 04, continuing to push high-calibre artists into the spotlight. As with past volumes, Vol. 04 presents four producers showcasing four tracks of enthralling, courageous techno reinforcing the series stellar reputation. Modeplex breaks us into the release with ‘Soul in Pieces’, a track certainly not for the […]

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Losless – Chrome [Steyoyoke]

Losless release their debut EP, Chrome, designed to entrance those on the dance floor with its haunting texture and rhythm. Across the four tracks featured on this EP, Losless conveys a deep commandment of the interplay between a song’s arrangement and the club ambiance. The title track, “Chrome”, makes use of syncopated synthetic tones to […]

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V.A. – Family Affair Vol. 09 [Steyoyoke]

Steyoyoke presents the 9th edition of the beloved “Family Affair” series; bringing a release packed with 4 strong remixes from veterans Nick Devon, Soul Button, Clawz SG and Darko Milosevic. Kicking off “Family Affair 09” is the Soul Button reinterpretation of “The Moon” from Nick Devon. He provides a more dynamic and energetic version, keeping […]

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EarthLife – India [Steyoyoke]

EarthLife are an Italian duo based out of Ibiza, bringing their first EP, “India” to Steyoyoke. It’s an accessible release packed with 4 strong tracks – balancing heavy beats with the kind of shimmering details that give ‘Ethereal Techno’ its name. The EP begins with “India”, a steadily evolving track which pairs delicate synths with […]

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V.A. – Steyoyoke Anniversary 07 [Steyoyoke]

To celebrate Steyoyoke’s 7th Anniversary, we are releasing a 4 track EP – Anniversary 07 – in both digital and vinyl editions. A small showcase of some of Steyoyoke’s best original cuts, this short release exists in the space between traditional and Steyoyoke’s trademark Ethereal Techno, highlighting the talents of select artists on the roster. […]

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Phill & Dansmore – Iterspectrum [Steyoyoke Black]

Serbian newcomers Phill & Dansmore make their debut on Steyoyoke Black with their first full-length album Iterspectrum. Moving between spaces of dark and light, tension and release, it takes a listener throughout multiple shifts in mood and reveals more with every listen. After the sensitive, soundtrack-worthy opener, ‘Revival’, the EP begins with several tracks that […]

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V.A. – Anomaly, Part 2 [Steyoyoke]

Continuing the two-part album release, Anomaly Part 2 shifts the mood and showcases its edgier, darker techno. ‘Fidenza’ by Strinner heads in a melancholy direction, layering eerie strings over minimal, deep bass. This is followed by “Voidance’ by two of Steyoyoke’s staple artists Nick Devon & Darko Milosevic, which continues the similar dark, determined tone. […]

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