Supports: Steve Lawler, Joseph Capriati, Marco Carola, Richie Hawtin, Andrea Giuliani, Ala, Storlon, Hernan Bass, Xtramol, Dirty Cat, Anea, Mateo Spedicati, Figueroa & Obando, Bruno Ledesma, Mild Bang, Niukid, Dadive, Philipp Wolgast, Pashque, Facundo Preno, GuiLe, Chaostrail, Alexander Filimonov, M-Faktor, Ladies on Mars, Der Denker, Ycr0, D-jox, Hydrophonikz,
BFractal Music 032 comes on the heels of Ende, this two track Ep is pure energy with great bass and perfect atmosphere, synths perfectly complement the rest of the sounds to create a great and powerful Ep. The EP comes with two DJ Tools ready for use on your productions or for your DJ sets.
BFractal Music launches his first release on 2016. Ende, leaning on the Minimal and Techno sound, presents this two track Ep with nice rhythms and emotive synth lines that will please your ears. The Ep comes with two DJ Tools ready for use on your productions or for your DJ sets.
Exclusive to Beatport Ab+3 - Lighthouse originally appeared on our 2015 Summer Compilation. Such as the response we just had to do something more with it. Bootleg Ben starts us off and takes us down the path of sowed don, laid back deepness, with a hint of that psychedelic sounds we're accustomed to from Ben. Bring out the melodious nature of the vocal in his instrumentation Ben creates a sublime feel to the track. Luke Garcia is up next and boy does he deliver us something special. Throbbing techno bassline and percussion all combined to grace us with a very serious floor killer that not only reflects the original but really shows what Luke is all about in his sets too. UNFUG brings to the table his unique and trademark style. starting off in relaxed territory with lovely hand percussion that eventually leads us to a more intense and heavy vibe layered with guitars and pads.
Finishing up is remix competition winner Alex Bayer, who shows us a glimpse of the future with his forward looking take. Glitched out and FX'd percussion set against and drums and a boomy bass, this deep tech house version is a delight and shows exactly why he's earned his release with such skills.
Ende´s new three track single flawlessly encaptures the modern BFractal Muisc sound. Deep techno with swelling basslines that rumbles under the tracks. The tracks use depth to create a distinctive character, that is infectious whilst rolling over three well developed kick drums.
The headliner of Anunnaki realm returns to the throne ratlling with a brand new record, recreating a special sonic stage yet again.
Sensus greets your senses delightfully right from the starting pad, cleverly panned and filtered to create that sweet oldschool (ware)house vibe, when a rolling bassline swoops down in unison. Walking on the edge between house and tech, it never falls over and carries those nostalgic grooves proudly right to the all-in drop laced with complementing filtered vocals, just to emerge once again with alluring demeanour.
On the flip side we get the more distinctive LxS mark, as he Rattles about the stereo space with pounding samples of grit percussion, dirty snares, distorded stabs and an occasional vertigo vox. If Sensus is the perfect choice for starting your set, regardles of your style preference, then Rattle is a monster of a tune best to blasted at peak hours waking up the dead. We're all about clever sound design here at our Anunnaki studios, and if these two cheeky numbers won't Rattle your cages, few things out there ever will.
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