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Trax Magazine: Kr!z selects his favourite Steve Rachmad tracks

Press Trax Magazine: Kr!z selects his favourite Steve Rachmad tracks

Kr!z selected his favourite tracks by Steve Rachmad aka Sterac aka Scorp for Trax Magazine. “Hood v2. When you look at the M-Plant catalogue you see only Hood records. There is of course that one Patrick Pulsinger record & the Memory Foundation one and more recently a Broom 12”, but apart from that, 97% of the catalogue is Robert Hood himself. I thought…
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Oskar Offermann interview with Rex Club Paris

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Oskar Offermann is returning to Paris this weekend to play at Rex Club for the fifth time already. Previously he explains why his label has come to an end and what future plans may look like. Read it here: http://www.rexclub.com/oskar-offermann-2
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Alex.Do interviewed by Jaeger Oslo

Press Alex.Do interviewed by Jaeger Oslo

8 short questions, 8 short answers – that’s the idea behind Jaeger Oslos interview series Eight Of Eight. Here’s a short exerpt of the interview with Alex.Do:   “How would you describe your sound for the uninitiated? As something you could lose yourself to – in a positive way. I really like to create a certain undertow, which…
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Soundspace: Travel through time and space with these 9 Dystopian tracks

Press Soundspace: Travel through time and space with these 9 Dystopian tracks

Andrew Moore compiled a list of a few Dystopian favourites for Belfasts Soundspace mag. Nine different sound trips by Alex.Do, Drumcell, Felix K etc that show how diverse a journey trough time and space can be and what Dystopian is about. http://www.wearesoundspace.com/travel-through-time-and-space-with-these-9-dystopian-tracks/9/…
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Das Beste der 80er – präsentiert von Alex.Do

Press Das Beste der 80er – präsentiert von Alex.Do

Mit thump sprach Alex.Do über: “Die 80er … ein mysteriöses Jahrzehnt. Pop schien in der Synthie-Konserve festzustecken, im Rock trug man sehr, seeehr lange Haare, das Ozonloch wuchs mit jeder verkauften CD und Platte. Klar, es gab Depeche Mode, den Durchbruch von House und die Entdeckung des Techno, später auch Italo Disco & Co, aber…
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