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V.A. – Quintessence Vol.3 [Inner Symphony]

After twenty-nine releases, Inner Symphony is proud to present the third volume of its yearly album, “Quintessence”. The album features flawless melodic originals by Soul Button, Mashk, Anders., Rustboy, biskuwi, Baset, Morphing Spot and Monarke & SEVN. Emotive, profound and uplifting ethereal techno are the key descriptors of this third volume. The album which gives […]

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Anders. – Le Havre [Inner Symphony]

Anders. releases Le Havre EP on Inner Symphony, consisting of two incredibly powerful original tracks and one outstanding remix. Luminous soundscapes offer radiating energy, embracing listeners on to a wave of euphoria. The title track, “Le Havre”, depicts a scene of frenzied activity as synthetic waves begin to rise and fall, carrying excitement alongside subtle hints […]

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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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Fresen – Bonk [Inner Symphony]

Fresen, emerging from Colombia, unleashes his debut project – Bonk EP – on Inner Symphony. Intricate rhythms, an audacious sound palette, Fresen showcases confidence in his creations. Captivating audiences outside of Colombia, Fresen represents a new wave of artists finding their voices heard across the globe. Texturally rich, ‘Bonk’ strikes the ear with metallic sounds […]

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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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Alex Rusin – Cold Winds [Inner Symphony]

Polish artist, Alex Rusin, returns to Inner Symphony with his second EP, “Cold Winds”. Three beautiful and emotionally captivating tracks, this release showcases Alex’ talent for pinpointing a mood. The EP begins with the title track, “Putting The World Back Together”. A strong opening immediately demanding a listener’s attention by pairing dynamic percussion over subtle […]

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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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Baset – Lustmolch [Inner Symphony]

Baset, a young producer from Egypt, presents “Lustmolch”, his first EP on Inner Symphony. It’s a 3-track EP that delivers on all its promises – it’s intense, compelling, detailed, and has an air of mystery that invites multiple listens. The title track and opener, “Lustmolch”, immediately establishes a melancholy, determined tone. It places the EP […]

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