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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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V.A. – Back To Black Vol. 03 [Steyoyoke Black]

Third instalment of Back To Black series, Vol. 03, is out now in digital version on Steyoyoke Black. Nick Devon, Clawz SG, Soul Button, Darko Milosevic and Never Lost combined their talents to create a very special concept album designed to take the listener on a journey of evolution. The three-tracks EP is an energetic […]

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V.A. – Anomaly, Part 1 [Steyoyoke]

‘Anomaly’ is this year’s full-length release by Steyoyoke, presenting familiar roster artists as well as industry newcomers. A close collaboration between some of the most talented producers on the label. Anomaly will be split in two parts with two separate releases. Part one features the label’s lighter, ethereal signature sound and Part two will showcase […]

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Simon Sizer – Forbidden Realm [Steyoyoke]

Montreal-based producer Simon Sizer returns to Steyoyoke for his third EP, ‘Forbidden Realm’. Over three tracks he takes listeners through a dark and diverse landscape, where his masterful command over tones and effects stretches the boundaries of minimal techno. The first track, ‘Prime’, is a strong beginning, establishing an air of mystery that sustains throughout […]

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V.A. – Quadrivium Vol. 03 [Steyoyoke]

For the 3rd Edition of the Quadrivium EP series, Steyoyoke invites another selection of new artists to share their strongest original track. Alberth begins the EP with “Zenith”, which starts with a masterful build in tension before falling away to lower frequencies that bounce around the soundscape. A master of restraint, the track is driven […]

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Modeplex – Kronos Pearl [Steyoyoke]

German producer Modeplex makes a strong entrance on Steyoyoke with his EP “Kronos Pearl”, a determined and refined 3-track release. The first track, “Jupiter”, wastes no time establishing the tone, pairing a heavy bassline with distinctive overlaid melodies. It’s versatile, compelling, and makes claim to a place in any techno set. The title track, “Kronos […]

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Dahu – Ancient Order [Steyoyoke]

Veteran Steyoyoke stalwart Dahu returns to the label with ‘Ancient Order’. Featuring 3 mesmerizing tracks, Dahu’s latest coup is a journey across the full palette of his signature style. ‘Ancient Order’ is a martial affair. Thundering percussion presses relentlessly forward, while a delicate pulse wave sets the scene for the sub-heavy groove. Glittering synths intertwine […]

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Strinner – Deviation [Steyoyoke]

UK based producer Strinner does not disappoint with his debut solo release on Steyoyoke Recordings. The Deviation EP offers three original ethereal techno compositions, all different yet equally matched in quality. The title track “Deviation” gets you moving from the start, yet slowly builds with morphing rhythms and darkly progressing synthesizers. Its spotless production makes […]

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