Melodule & Van Did – Téou

Chapter 24 returns with seven stories in sound collected from artists across the world to bring these themes to life.

NHAR (My Favorite Robot, Correspondant) is a consummate storyteller, and he opens the book with the glistening space tech of ‘Navigli’. This is quickly followed up by newcomer Dan Grassler, whose superb ‘Going Back’ with US vocalist KnowKontrol is powerfully brooding and promises great things for the Munich-based producer.

The momentum picks up further with the standout ‘Over My Head’, a dark and delicious cut from two returning Chapter 24 artists, Alex Zed and Billie Fountain.

The label welcomes Teho and Machino for their inaugural releases on the imprint. Frenchman Teho (Herzblut, Parquet) serves up a double helping of delight with the skilfully crafted ‘Back To The Forest’ and the tense tech house of ‘Drunken Leads’. Meanwhile, Machino (Desert Hearts), one of a new wave of Tijuana-based producers, showcases his unique blend of potent techno and ambient influences on ‘Perdidos’.

Finally, Melodule and Van Did bring the tales to a close with ‘Téou 12’, a dreamy, abstract piece that showcases wonky basslines, drifting pads and engaging sound design.

They say that there are only seven basic plots but a thousand different stories.

And so, as the storyteller utters that age old, magical phrase “Once upon a time…”, let yourself be carried away…

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Raxon – Elevate (AFFKT Remix)

AFFKT, who has been a driving force behind a colorful & empowering sound that is refined by his drive for perfection.

Once described as a “Son Of A Thousand Sounds”, AFFKT has evolved his career to a place surpassing expectation and enjoying much praise from his peers. Cutting through the ranks, his path has retained an essence of those who have influenced him, he now sits shoulder to shoulder in skill & presence. Serving electronica crossover masterpieces via imprints like Suara, and his very own Sincopat, and expressing versatility digging deep, delivering heart-stopping, engaging techno on the likes of Kling Klong< Bedrock, Mobilee & Noir Music, AFFKT has committed himself to a life of synthesis. Today's exclusive premiere, AFFKT’s remix of Raxon's 'Elevate', has much of the originals energy and dancefloor focus. Replacing the pad with a delicate melody part, the remix takes focus on the menacing lead synth that is prominent throughout the tracks groove. Despite having uplifting elements, the euphoria in this version makes way for a new twist and alternative style. "Formulate" is available 2 September on Sincopat

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Boryn – The Same (Loz Goddard Remix)

After Marcin Krupa and Astrobuhloone, next up on the “Astropical Tapes” imprint comes from Boryn, half of Astro Buhloone duo. This time his solo debut EP called “The Same” is backed with a sun-soaked housey remix by Manchester rising talent “Loz Goddard” who has made a name for himself through his eps for Secret Reels, Razor-N-Tape, Outplay or Dirt Crew . Limited vinyl only.

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The Glitz – Rescue (Agaric Remix)

Sweden’s Agaric links up with Berlin duo The Glitz, as one of many names who is set to be seen remixing the German two piece.

Voltage Musicque has announced that The Glitz’ debut No Drama album will see a 5-part remix project, with surreal remix work coming from Circus boss Yousef, as well as David Keno and ZDS.

The first of the lot will see a September 5th launch, as Agaric, Yousef and Helms & Commander Love put their tools to good use.

We premiere Agaric’s effort, bringing warm house influences, strong filter delays and metallic synth twangs, it makes for a good deep meets tech offering.


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Ron Basejam – The Carrington Spirituals

This is what they say:

“Ron Basejam returns to Futureboogie on Friday 12th August with ‘The Carrington Spirituals’, and we’ve got the exclusive premiere of the title track above.

The anagrammed alter-ego of Crazy P co-founder James Baron, Ron Basejam has put out a series of high quality releases on labels including Winding Road and Wolf Music recently, as well as remixes of Ralphi Rosario, Lovebirds & Stee Downs and My System Echo.

An infectious guitar lick dominates ‘The Carrington Spirituals’, whilst dramatic horn stabs and strings, rolling hand percussion and vocal refrains result in an ultimately funky disco cut.

Listen to the exclusive premiere of ‘The Carrington Spirituals’ above and pre order it below.”

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