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  • #SlamRadio - 381 - Mode 1
    Slam
    01:45:12
    Techno
    1,636

    **TRACKLIST + a place to discuss and stay up to date with Slam Radio=> bit.ly/SlamRadioGroup Mode_1 is a Dublin based Dj holding residencies at Subject Dublin, District 8, Indexand featuring regularly at festivals such as Life Festival, Electric Picnic and BoxedOff.Having been a resident at Subject for the past 6 years has allowed him to rubshoulders with some of the best in the business, playing alongside the likes of BenKlock, Robert Hood, Dave Clarke to name but a few.At the start of 2018 he had one his tracks “ OÍche” feature on Berghain residentFiedel’s Double Mixpack EP named Appendix, which also had tracks featured fromJay Clarke, Ron Albrecht, Noncompliant and Philippe Petit.In January he contributed his track “Twenty7”, alongside producers Tinfoil, Hybrasiland Moduse to commemorate the closure of the infamous District 8.March saw his first debut E.P “Final Approach” on French label Knotweed. Later inthe year he featured his track “Return” on Fiedel’s new label Super Sound Tools.2020 see’s Mode_1 back on Knotweed with his EP “Mainframe” with support fromthe likes of Marcel Dettemann, Ben Sims and Dax J https://www.facebook.com/modeonemusic/ https://soundcloud.com/mode_1 https://www.residentadvisor.net/dj/mode_1 https://www.instagram.com/modeonemusic/?hl=en Listen to all Slam Radio shows here soundcloud.com/soma/sets/slam-radio facebook.com/Slam.soma instagram.com/slam_djs twitter.com/slamdjs slam-djs.com Subscribe on Spotify: bit.ly/SlamRadioOnSpotify Subscribe on iTunes: itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/slam-radio/id584845850 Slam Radio is produced at www.glowcast.co.uk For syndication or radio queries, email [email protected] and [email protected]

  • #SlamRadio - 380 - Hadone
    Slam
    01:00:00
    Techno
    9,406

    **TRACKLIST + a place to discuss and stay up to date with Slam Radio=> bit.ly/SlamRadioGroup Hadone is a triple threat from the east of France. Whether it is his live act, dj sets or his productions, Hadone always has his own style.90’s techno remains his main influence to Which he adds his own grid we all know. The mix gives as a result this simple and melancholic harmony that defines his musical identity.Over recent years he released on many labels that brought him credit in the scene. He released on label such as kaos, taapion and monnom black. https://www.residentadvisor.net/dj/hadone https://soundcloud.com/hadonesector https://www.facebook.com/hadonesector/ Listen to all Slam Radio shows here soundcloud.com/soma/sets/slam-radio facebook.com/Slam.soma instagram.com/slam_djs twitter.com/slamdjs slam-djs.com Subscribe on Spotify: bit.ly/SlamRadioOnSpotify Subscribe on iTunes: itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/slam-radio/id584845850 Slam Radio is produced at www.glowcast.co.uk For syndication or radio queries, email [email protected] and [email protected]

  • #SlamRadio - 379 - The Lady Machine
    Slam
    59:59
    Techno
    3,787

    **TRACKLIST + a place to discuss and stay up to date with Slam Radio=> bit.ly/SlamRadioGroup Label owner The Lady Machine is a veteran Brazilian artist with nearly 20 years of experience on her belt as a purely vinyl DJ. Following a hiatus from the techno scene, over the past two years she has cemented her name in the Berlin community playing at the best events in the city and becoming a resident at the highly-rated event Pornceptual. Previously, she has been at the forefront of the underground electronic scene in Brazil for many years, and her skills have taken her around the globe over the past two decades, including Asia, North America, Latin America, and numerous tours of Europe with club and festival performances across the continent. Now residing in Berlin, she has launched her on label Unterwegs and is releasing the second record on her label with some long- awaited production in the form of two solid, raw techno tracks: Diligence & Vigilance. Her tracks have been supported and played by Ben Sims, Dave Clarke, Kr!z, Noncompliant, just to name a few. Meanwhile, she is continuously working on her own productions and playing gigs for well established clubs and parties. https://soundcloud.com/theladymachine https://www.residentadvisor.net/dj/theladymachine https://www.facebook.com/theladymachineofficial/ Listen to all Slam Radio shows here soundcloud.com/soma/sets/slam-radio facebook.com/Slam.soma instagram.com/slam_djs twitter.com/slamdjs slam-djs.com Subscribe on Spotify: bit.ly/SlamRadioOnSpotify Subscribe on iTunes: itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/slam-radio/id584845850 Slam Radio is produced at www.glowcast.co.uk For syndication or radio queries, email [email protected] and [email protected]

  • #SlamRadio - 378 - SPFDJ
    Slam
    01:08:35
    Techno
    20,218

    **TRACKLIST + a place to discuss and stay up to date with Slam Radio=> bit.ly/SlamRadioGroup Not many DJs can claim to experience as meteoric, grassroots ascent as SPFDJ. Having established a remarkable energy, style and attitude on the underground techno circuits of both London and Berlin, she is known for inspiring debauchery and sweat-soaked hedonism on an international scale. Typically operating at a blisteringly high-tempo, an SPFDJ trip takes no prisoners in it’s exploration of strains of techno, acid, EBM, hardcore and trance. It’s a style that Ben UFO called “utterly ruthless”, and one that more and more clubbers are submitting to; a gleefully chaotic two-fingers to dance music’s self-serious establishment. https://www.residentadvisor.net/dj/spfdj https://www.residentadvisor.net/dj/spfdj/biography https://soundcloud.com/spfdj Listen to all Slam Radio shows here soundcloud.com/soma/sets/slam-radio facebook.com/Slam.soma instagram.com/slam_djs twitter.com/slamdjs slam-djs.com Subscribe on Spotify: bit.ly/SlamRadioOnSpotify Subscribe on iTunes: itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/slam-radio/id584845850 Slam Radio is produced at www.glowcast.co.uk For syndication or radio queries, email [email protected] and [email protected]

  • #SlamRadio - 377 - Peder Mannerfelt
    Slam
    01:28:00
    Techno
    3,585

    **TRACKLIST + a place to discuss and stay up to date with Slam Radio=> bit.ly/SlamRadioGroup From obtuse angles to intense physicality, Peder Mannerfelt’s highly individual take on techno demands attention and consideration. While his many-sided body of work reaches back more than a decade, the Swedish producer’s current investigations in the field of experimental dance music are as prolific as they are unpredictable. To date he has recorded an accomplished series of albums as Roll The Dice alongside Malcolm Pardon, explored a more direct strain of techno as The Subliminal Kid and also lent his production skills to Fever Ray’s acclaimed debut album and 2017’s Plunge. https://soundcloud.com/the-subliminal-kid https://www.instagram.com/pedermannerfelt/ https://twitter.com/PederMannerfelt Listen to all Slam Radio shows here soundcloud.com/soma/sets/slam-radio facebook.com/Slam.soma instagram.com/slam_djs twitter.com/slamdjs slam-djs.com Subscribe on Spotify: bit.ly/SlamRadioOnSpotify Subscribe on iTunes: itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/slam-radio/id584845850 Slam Radio is produced at www.glowcast.co.uk For syndication or radio queries, email [email protected] and [email protected]

  • #SlamRadio - 376 - The Advent
    Slam
    59:59
    Techno
    6,128

    **TRACKLIST + a place to discuss and stay up to date with Slam Radio=> bit.ly/SlamRadioGroup London based Cisco Ferreira, or The Advent, can be described in many ways: a musician, a pioneer, a sound designer, a steady force, one persistent m*therf*cker, a rebel, an icon, an outsider, a great live artist… https://soundcloud.com/ciscoadvent https://www.facebook.com/theadvent.official Listen to all Slam Radio shows here soundcloud.com/soma/sets/slam-radio facebook.com/Slam.soma instagram.com/slam_djs twitter.com/slamdjs slam-djs.com Subscribe on Spotify: bit.ly/SlamRadioOnSpotify Subscribe on iTunes: itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/slam-radio/id584845850 Slam Radio is produced at www.glowcast.co.uk For syndication or radio queries, email [email protected] and [email protected]

  • #SlamRadio - 375 - Slam
    Slam
    59:59
    Techno
    6,642

    **TRACKLIST + a place to discuss and stay up to date with Slam Radio=> bit.ly/SlamRadioGroup Slam are back on Slam Radio and excited to play out this exclusive mix, celebrating the release of their brand new album “Archive Edits” LP. Listen to all Slam Radio shows here soundcloud.com/soma/sets/slam-radio facebook.com/Slam.soma instagram.com/slam_djs twitter.com/slamdjs slam-djs.com Subscribe on Spotify: bit.ly/SlamRadioOnSpotify Subscribe on iTunes: itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/slam-radio/id584845850 Slam Radio is produced at www.glowcast.co.uk For syndication or radio queries, email [email protected] and [email protected]

  • Nitzer Ebb - Join In the Chant (Slam Rework)
    Slam
    06:15
    Techno
    2,749

    SLAM - ARCHIVE EDITS LP ( @Soma DA124) 1. Nitzer Ebb - Join In the Chant (Slam Rework) 2. Slam - Scorpion (Live Edit) 3. Slam - Memoriam (Original) 4. Silent Breed - Sync In (Slam Re-Edit) 5. Slam - 1001 (Original) 6. DK8 - Murder Was The Bass (Slam Re-Edit) 7. Terrence Fixmer - Body Pressure (Slam Re-Edit) 8. Damon Wild - Rotary (Slam Live Edit) 9. Hertz - Recreate (Slam Rework) Slam rework Nitzer Ebb Nitzer Ebb, Silent Breed, DK8, Terrance Fixmer and more for the final instalment of their Archive Edit series Soma label heads Slam curate a specially designed package of tracks to finalise their Archive Edit project that sees them delve deep into Techno’s past to bring some of the genre’s best tracks into the modern age. The Archive Edit project started as a way for Slam to showcase and share the many different edits that had made their way into their DJ sets over the last few years. The pairing of Stuart McMillan & Orde Meikle have both raided their extensive collections, picking out tracks that have defined countless sets over their career. Tracks from luminaries such as Nitzer Ebb, Thomas P Heckmann (as Silent Breed), Damon Wild & Terrence Fixmer have been re-edited alongside some of Slam’s own unreleased material, showcasing the duo’s current sound; one that constantly naturally evolves, matures and demonstrates why the duo have been at the forefront of the global scene since its inception. “We resurrect nine cuts from our archive collective collections for your listening and spinning pleasure. Some are original material, some are live re-edits, some are well-known, others are not! They all have one thing in common, they all attempt to unashamedly destroy dancefloors, and thus featured heavily, (usually toward the end of our DJ sets) in the last year or so well known”. Now we share them with you!" Slam open the album with an absolute monster track in the form of their rework of the legendary Nitzer Ebb’s ‘Join In The Chant’. The anthemic EBM/post-punk infused original is given a thrashing overhaul from the duo marking one of the standout tracks of this collection. A special live rework of fan favourite ‘Scorpion’ drops before the previously unreleased ‘Memoriam’ delivers on a more emotive tip. Firing back into the edits is Thomas P Heckmann’s seminal ‘Sync In’, under his Silent Breed Moniker which is a fast-paced, Neo-Trance affair Slam then drop the manic ‘1001’ which takes the BPM stratospheric. DK8’s, Murder Was The Bass is up next and given a 2019 update as the duo's edit snatches up all the most perfect elements of the track leading nicely into a rework of French EBM legend Terence Fixmer’s ‘Body Pressure’ - driving through with its twisted beats and vocals. Another special live edit of the first Archive Edit release, Damon Wild’s Rotary makes an appearance as the album closes out with the rave infected, rework of the Hertz classic ‘Recreate’ All Tracks Mastered by Conor Dalton @ Glowcast Mastering

  • Scorpion (Live Edit)
    Slam
    04:16
    Techno
    1,198

    SLAM - ARCHIVE EDITS LP ( @Soma DA124) 1. Nitzer Ebb - Join In the Chant (Slam Rework) 2. Slam - Scorpion (Live Edit) 3. Slam - Memoriam (Original) 4. Silent Breed - Sync In (Slam Re-Edit) 5. Slam - 1001 (Original) 6. DK8 - Murder Was The Bass (Slam Re-Edit) 7. Terence Fixmer - Body Pressure (Slam Re-Edit) 8. Damon Wild - Rotary (Slam Live Edit) 9. Hertz - Recreate (Slam Rework) Slam rework Nitzer Ebb Nitzer Ebb, Silent Breed, DK8, Terrance Fixmer and more for the final instalment of their Archive Edit series Soma label heads Slam curate a specially designed package of tracks to finalise their Archive Edit project that sees them delve deep into Techno’s past to bring some of the genre’s best tracks into the modern age. The Archive Edit project started as a way for Slam to showcase and share the many different edits that had made their way into their DJ sets over the last few years. The pairing of Stuart McMillan & Orde Meikle have both raided their extensive collections, picking out tracks that have defined countless sets over their career. Tracks from luminaries such as Nitzer Ebb, Thomas P Heckmann (as Silent Breed), Damon Wild & Terrence Fixmer have been re-edited alongside some of Slam’s own unreleased material, showcasing the duo’s current sound; one that constantly naturally evolves, matures and demonstrates why the duo have been at the forefront of the global scene since its inception. “We resurrect nine cuts from our archive collective collections for your listening and spinning pleasure. Some are original material, some are live re-edits, some are well-known, others are not! They all have one thing in common, they all attempt to unashamedly destroy dancefloors, and thus featured heavily, (usually toward the end of our DJ sets) in the last year or so well known”. Now we share them with you!" Slam open the album with an absolute monster track in the form of their rework of the legendary Nitzer Ebb’s ‘Join In The Chant’. The anthemic EBM/post-punk infused original is given a thrashing overhaul from the duo marking one of the standout tracks of this collection. A special live rework of fan favourite ‘Scorpion’ drops before the previously unreleased ‘Memoriam’ delivers on a more emotive tip. Firing back into the edits is Thomas P Heckmann’s seminal ‘Sync In’, under his Silent Breed Moniker which is a fast-paced, Neo-Trance affair Slam then drop the manic ‘1001’ which takes the BPM stratospheric. DK8’s, Murder Was The Bass is up next and given a 2019 update as the duo's edit snatches up all the most perfect elements of the track leading nicely into a rework of French EBM legend Terence Fixmer’s ‘Body Pressure’ - driving through with its twisted beats and vocals. Another special live edit of the first Archive Edit release, Damon Wild’s Rotary makes an appearance as the album closes out with the rave infected, rework of the Hertz classic ‘Recreate’ All Tracks Mastered by Conor Dalton @ Glowcast Mastering

  • Memoriam (Original)
    Slam
    07:36
    Techno
    925

    SLAM - ARCHIVE EDITS LP ( @Soma DA124) 1. Nitzer Ebb - Join In the Chant (Slam Rework) 2. Slam - Scorpion (Live Edit) 3. Slam - Memoriam (Original) 4. Silent Breed - Sync In (Slam Re-Edit) 5. Slam - 1001 (Original) 6. DK8 - Murder Was The Bass (Slam Re-Edit) 7. Terence Fixmer - Body Pressure (Slam Re-Edit) 8. Damon Wild - Rotary (Slam Live Edit) 9. Hertz - Recreate (Slam Rework) Slam rework Nitzer Ebb Nitzer Ebb, Silent Breed, DK8, Terrance Fixmer and more for the final instalment of their Archive Edit series Soma label heads Slam curate a specially designed package of tracks to finalise their Archive Edit project that sees them delve deep into Techno’s past to bring some of the genre’s best tracks into the modern age. The Archive Edit project started as a way for Slam to showcase and share the many different edits that had made their way into their DJ sets over the last few years. The pairing of Stuart McMillan & Orde Meikle have both raided their extensive collections, picking out tracks that have defined countless sets over their career. Tracks from luminaries such as Nitzer Ebb, Thomas P Heckmann (as Silent Breed), Damon Wild & Terrence Fixmer have been re-edited alongside some of Slam’s own unreleased material, showcasing the duo’s current sound; one that constantly naturally evolves, matures and demonstrates why the duo have been at the forefront of the global scene since its inception. “We resurrect nine cuts from our archive collective collections for your listening and spinning pleasure. Some are original material, some are live re-edits, some are well-known, others are not! They all have one thing in common, they all attempt to unashamedly destroy dancefloors, and thus featured heavily, (usually toward the end of our DJ sets) in the last year or so well known”. Now we share them with you!" Slam open the album with an absolute monster track in the form of their rework of the legendary Nitzer Ebb’s ‘Join In The Chant’. The anthemic EBM/post-punk infused original is given a thrashing overhaul from the duo marking one of the standout tracks of this collection. A special live rework of fan favourite ‘Scorpion’ drops before the previously unreleased ‘Memoriam’ delivers on a more emotive tip. Firing back into the edits is Thomas P Heckmann’s seminal ‘Sync In’, under his Silent Breed Moniker which is a fast-paced, Neo-Trance affair Slam then drop the manic ‘1001’ which takes the BPM stratospheric. DK8’s, Murder Was The Bass is up next and given a 2019 update as the duo's edit snatches up all the most perfect elements of the track leading nicely into a rework of French EBM legend Terence Fixmer’s ‘Body Pressure’ - driving through with its twisted beats and vocals. Another special live edit of the first Archive Edit release, Damon Wild’s Rotary makes an appearance as the album closes out with the rave infected, rework of the Hertz classic ‘Recreate’ All Tracks Mastered by Conor Dalton @ Glowcast Mastering

  • Silent Breed - Sync In (Slam Re Edit)
    Slam
    05:45
    Techno
    1,006

    SLAM - ARCHIVE EDITS LP ( @Soma DA124) 1. Nitzer Ebb - Join In the Chant (Slam Rework) 2. Slam - Scorpion (Live Edit) 3. Slam - Memoriam (Original) 4. Silent Breed - Sync In (Slam Re-Edit) 5. Slam - 1001 (Original) 6. DK8 - Murder Was The Bass (Slam Re-Edit) 7. Terence Fixmer - Body Pressure (Slam Re-Edit) 8. Damon Wild - Rotary (Slam Live Edit) 9. Hertz - Recreate (Slam Rework) Slam rework Nitzer Ebb Nitzer Ebb, Silent Breed, DK8, Terrance Fixmer and more for the final instalment of their Archive Edit series Soma label heads Slam curate a specially designed package of tracks to finalise their Archive Edit project that sees them delve deep into Techno’s past to bring some of the genre’s best tracks into the modern age. The Archive Edit project started as a way for Slam to showcase and share the many different edits that had made their way into their DJ sets over the last few years. The pairing of Stuart McMillan & Orde Meikle have both raided their extensive collections, picking out tracks that have defined countless sets over their career. Tracks from luminaries such as Nitzer Ebb, Thomas P Heckmann (as Silent Breed), Damon Wild & Terrence Fixmer have been re-edited alongside some of Slam’s own unreleased material, showcasing the duo’s current sound; one that constantly naturally evolves, matures and demonstrates why the duo have been at the forefront of the global scene since its inception. “We resurrect nine cuts from our archive collective collections for your listening and spinning pleasure. Some are original material, some are live re-edits, some are well-known, others are not! They all have one thing in common, they all attempt to unashamedly destroy dancefloors, and thus featured heavily, (usually toward the end of our DJ sets) in the last year or so well known”. Now we share them with you!" Slam open the album with an absolute monster track in the form of their rework of the legendary Nitzer Ebb’s ‘Join In The Chant’. The anthemic EBM/post-punk infused original is given a thrashing overhaul from the duo marking one of the standout tracks of this collection. A special live rework of fan favourite ‘Scorpion’ drops before the previously unreleased ‘Memoriam’ delivers on a more emotive tip. Firing back into the edits is Thomas P Heckmann’s seminal ‘Sync In’, under his Silent Breed Moniker which is a fast-paced, Neo-Trance affair Slam then drop the manic ‘1001’ which takes the BPM stratospheric. DK8’s, Murder Was The Bass is up next and given a 2019 update as the duo's edit snatches up all the most perfect elements of the track leading nicely into a rework of French EBM legend Terence Fixmer’s ‘Body Pressure’ - driving through with its twisted beats and vocals. Another special live edit of the first Archive Edit release, Damon Wild’s Rotary makes an appearance as the album closes out with the rave infected, rework of the Hertz classic ‘Recreate’ All Tracks Mastered by Conor Dalton @ Glowcast Mastering

  • 1001 (Original)
    Slam
    05:58
    Techno
    902

    SLAM - ARCHIVE EDITS LP ( @Soma DA124) 1. Nitzer Ebb - Join In the Chant (Slam Rework) 2. Slam - Scorpion (Live Edit) 3. Slam - Memoriam (Original) 4. Silent Breed - Sync In (Slam Re-Edit) 5. Slam - 1001 (Original) 6. DK8 - Murder Was The Bass (Slam Re-Edit) 7. Terence Fixmer - Body Pressure (Slam Re-Edit) 8. Damon Wild - Rotary (Slam Live Edit) 9. Hertz - Recreate (Slam Rework) Slam rework Nitzer Ebb Nitzer Ebb, Silent Breed, DK8, Terrance Fixmer and more for the final instalment of their Archive Edit series Soma label heads Slam curate a specially designed package of tracks to finalise their Archive Edit project that sees them delve deep into Techno’s past to bring some of the genre’s best tracks into the modern age. The Archive Edit project started as a way for Slam to showcase and share the many different edits that had made their way into their DJ sets over the last few years. The pairing of Stuart McMillan & Orde Meikle have both raided their extensive collections, picking out tracks that have defined countless sets over their career. Tracks from luminaries such as Nitzer Ebb, Thomas P Heckmann (as Silent Breed), Damon Wild & Terrence Fixmer have been re-edited alongside some of Slam’s own unreleased material, showcasing the duo’s current sound; one that constantly naturally evolves, matures and demonstrates why the duo have been at the forefront of the global scene since its inception. “We resurrect nine cuts from our archive collective collections for your listening and spinning pleasure. Some are original material, some are live re-edits, some are well-known, others are not! They all have one thing in common, they all attempt to unashamedly destroy dancefloors, and thus featured heavily, (usually toward the end of our DJ sets) in the last year or so well known”. Now we share them with you!" Slam open the album with an absolute monster track in the form of their rework of the legendary Nitzer Ebb’s ‘Join In The Chant’. The anthemic EBM/post-punk infused original is given a thrashing overhaul from the duo marking one of the standout tracks of this collection. A special live rework of fan favourite ‘Scorpion’ drops before the previously unreleased ‘Memoriam’ delivers on a more emotive tip. Firing back into the edits is Thomas P Heckmann’s seminal ‘Sync In’, under his Silent Breed Moniker which is a fast-paced, Neo-Trance affair Slam then drop the manic ‘1001’ which takes the BPM stratospheric. DK8’s, Murder Was The Bass is up next and given a 2019 update as the duo's edit snatches up all the most perfect elements of the track leading nicely into a rework of French EBM legend Terence Fixmer’s ‘Body Pressure’ - driving through with its twisted beats and vocals. Another special live edit of the first Archive Edit release, Damon Wild’s Rotary makes an appearance as the album closes out with the rave infected, rework of the Hertz classic ‘Recreate’ All Tracks Mastered by Conor Dalton @ Glowcast Mastering

  • DK8 - Murder Was The Bass (Slam Re Edit)
    Slam
    05:18
    Techno
    852

    SLAM - ARCHIVE EDITS LP ( @Soma DA124) 1. Nitzer Ebb - Join In the Chant (Slam Rework) 2. Slam - Scorpion (Live Edit) 3. Slam - Memoriam (Original) 4. Silent Breed - Sync In (Slam Re-Edit) 5. Slam - 1001 (Original) 6. DK8 - Murder Was The Bass (Slam Re-Edit) 7. Terence Fixmer - Body Pressure (Slam Re-Edit) 8. Damon Wild - Rotary (Slam Live Edit) 9. Hertz - Recreate (Slam Rework) Slam rework Nitzer Ebb Nitzer Ebb, Silent Breed, DK8, Terrance Fixmer and more for the final instalment of their Archive Edit series Soma label heads Slam curate a specially designed package of tracks to finalise their Archive Edit project that sees them delve deep into Techno’s past to bring some of the genre’s best tracks into the modern age. The Archive Edit project started as a way for Slam to showcase and share the many different edits that had made their way into their DJ sets over the last few years. The pairing of Stuart McMillan & Orde Meikle have both raided their extensive collections, picking out tracks that have defined countless sets over their career. Tracks from luminaries such as Nitzer Ebb, Thomas P Heckmann (as Silent Breed), Damon Wild & Terrence Fixmer have been re-edited alongside some of Slam’s own unreleased material, showcasing the duo’s current sound; one that constantly naturally evolves, matures and demonstrates why the duo have been at the forefront of the global scene since its inception. “We resurrect nine cuts from our archive collective collections for your listening and spinning pleasure. Some are original material, some are live re-edits, some are well-known, others are not! They all have one thing in common, they all attempt to unashamedly destroy dancefloors, and thus featured heavily, (usually toward the end of our DJ sets) in the last year or so well known”. Now we share them with you!" Slam open the album with an absolute monster track in the form of their rework of the legendary Nitzer Ebb’s ‘Join In The Chant’. The anthemic EBM/post-punk infused original is given a thrashing overhaul from the duo marking one of the standout tracks of this collection. A special live rework of fan favourite ‘Scorpion’ drops before the previously unreleased ‘Memoriam’ delivers on a more emotive tip. Firing back into the edits is Thomas P Heckmann’s seminal ‘Sync In’, under his Silent Breed Moniker which is a fast-paced, Neo-Trance affair Slam then drop the manic ‘1001’ which takes the BPM stratospheric. DK8’s, Murder Was The Bass is up next and given a 2019 update as the duo's edit snatches up all the most perfect elements of the track leading nicely into a rework of French EBM legend Terence Fixmer’s ‘Body Pressure’ - driving through with its twisted beats and vocals. Another special live edit of the first Archive Edit release, Damon Wild’s Rotary makes an appearance as the album closes out with the rave infected, rework of the Hertz classic ‘Recreate’ All Tracks Mastered by Conor Dalton @ Glowcast Mastering

  • Terence Fixmer - Body Pressure (Slam Re Edit)
    Slam
    05:17
    Techno
    740

    SLAM - ARCHIVE EDITS LP ( @Soma DA124) 1. Nitzer Ebb - Join In the Chant (Slam Rework) 2. Slam - Scorpion (Live Edit) 3. Slam - Memoriam (Original) 4. Silent Breed - Sync In (Slam Re-Edit) 5. Slam - 1001 (Original) 6. DK8 - Murder Was The Bass (Slam Re-Edit) 7. Terence Fixmer - Body Pressure (Slam Re-Edit) 8. Damon Wild - Rotary (Slam Live Edit) 9. Hertz - Recreate (Slam Rework) Slam rework Nitzer Ebb Nitzer Ebb, Silent Breed, DK8, Terrance Fixmer and more for the final instalment of their Archive Edit series Soma label heads Slam curate a specially designed package of tracks to finalise their Archive Edit project that sees them delve deep into Techno’s past to bring some of the genre’s best tracks into the modern age. The Archive Edit project started as a way for Slam to showcase and share the many different edits that had made their way into their DJ sets over the last few years. The pairing of Stuart McMillan & Orde Meikle have both raided their extensive collections, picking out tracks that have defined countless sets over their career. Tracks from luminaries such as Nitzer Ebb, Thomas P Heckmann (as Silent Breed), Damon Wild & Terrence Fixmer have been re-edited alongside some of Slam’s own unreleased material, showcasing the duo’s current sound; one that constantly naturally evolves, matures and demonstrates why the duo have been at the forefront of the global scene since its inception. “We resurrect nine cuts from our archive collective collections for your listening and spinning pleasure. Some are original material, some are live re-edits, some are well-known, others are not! They all have one thing in common, they all attempt to unashamedly destroy dancefloors, and thus featured heavily, (usually toward the end of our DJ sets) in the last year or so well known”. Now we share them with you!" Slam open the album with an absolute monster track in the form of their rework of the legendary Nitzer Ebb’s ‘Join In The Chant’. The anthemic EBM/post-punk infused original is given a thrashing overhaul from the duo marking one of the standout tracks of this collection. A special live rework of fan favourite ‘Scorpion’ drops before the previously unreleased ‘Memoriam’ delivers on a more emotive tip. Firing back into the edits is Thomas P Heckmann’s seminal ‘Sync In’, under his Silent Breed Moniker which is a fast-paced, Neo-Trance affair Slam then drop the manic ‘1001’ which takes the BPM stratospheric. DK8’s, Murder Was The Bass is up next and given a 2019 update as the duo's edit snatches up all the most perfect elements of the track leading nicely into a rework of French EBM legend Terence Fixmer’s ‘Body Pressure’ - driving through with its twisted beats and vocals. Another special live edit of the first Archive Edit release, Damon Wild’s Rotary makes an appearance as the album closes out with the rave infected, rework of the Hertz classic ‘Recreate’ All Tracks Mastered by Conor Dalton @ Glowcast Mastering

  • Damon Wild - Rotary (Slam Live Edit)
    Slam
    06:12
    Techno
    751

    SLAM - ARCHIVE EDITS LP ( @Soma DA124) 1. Nitzer Ebb - Join In the Chant (Slam Rework) 2. Slam - Scorpion (Live Edit) 3. Slam - Memoriam (Original) 4. Silent Breed - Sync In (Slam Re-Edit) 5. Slam - 1001 (Original) 6. DK8 - Murder Was The Bass (Slam Re-Edit) 7. Terence Fixmer - Body Pressure (Slam Re-Edit) 8. Damon Wild - Rotary (Slam Live Edit) 9. Hertz - Recreate (Slam Rework) Slam rework Nitzer Ebb Nitzer Ebb, Silent Breed, DK8, Terrance Fixmer and more for the final instalment of their Archive Edit series Soma label heads Slam curate a specially designed package of tracks to finalise their Archive Edit project that sees them delve deep into Techno’s past to bring some of the genre’s best tracks into the modern age. The Archive Edit project started as a way for Slam to showcase and share the many different edits that had made their way into their DJ sets over the last few years. The pairing of Stuart McMillan & Orde Meikle have both raided their extensive collections, picking out tracks that have defined countless sets over their career. Tracks from luminaries such as Nitzer Ebb, Thomas P Heckmann (as Silent Breed), Damon Wild & Terrence Fixmer have been re-edited alongside some of Slam’s own unreleased material, showcasing the duo’s current sound; one that constantly naturally evolves, matures and demonstrates why the duo have been at the forefront of the global scene since its inception. “We resurrect nine cuts from our archive collective collections for your listening and spinning pleasure. Some are original material, some are live re-edits, some are well-known, others are not! They all have one thing in common, they all attempt to unashamedly destroy dancefloors, and thus featured heavily, (usually toward the end of our DJ sets) in the last year or so well known”. Now we share them with you!" Slam open the album with an absolute monster track in the form of their rework of the legendary Nitzer Ebb’s ‘Join In The Chant’. The anthemic EBM/post-punk infused original is given a thrashing overhaul from the duo marking one of the standout tracks of this collection. A special live rework of fan favourite ‘Scorpion’ drops before the previously unreleased ‘Memoriam’ delivers on a more emotive tip. Firing back into the edits is Thomas P Heckmann’s seminal ‘Sync In’, under his Silent Breed Moniker which is a fast-paced, Neo-Trance affair Slam then drop the manic ‘1001’ which takes the BPM stratospheric. DK8’s, Murder Was The Bass is up next and given a 2019 update as the duo's edit snatches up all the most perfect elements of the track leading nicely into a rework of French EBM legend Terence Fixmer’s ‘Body Pressure’ - driving through with its twisted beats and vocals. Another special live edit of the first Archive Edit release, Damon Wild’s Rotary makes an appearance as the album closes out with the rave infected, rework of the Hertz classic ‘Recreate’ All Tracks Mastered by Conor Dalton @ Glowcast Mastering

  • Hertz - Recreate (Slam Rework)
    Slam
    05:56
    Techno
    3,003

    SLAM - ARCHIVE EDITS LP ( @Soma DA124) 1. Nitzer Ebb - Join In the Chant (Slam Rework) 2. Slam - Scorpion (Live Edit) 3. Slam - Memoriam (Original) 4. Silent Breed - Sync In (Slam Re-Edit) 5. Slam - 1001 (Original) 6. DK8 - Murder Was The Bass (Slam Re-Edit) 7. Terence Fixmer - Body Pressure (Slam Re-Edit) 8. Damon Wild - Rotary (Slam Live Edit) 9. Hertz - Recreate (Slam Rework) Slam rework Nitzer Ebb Nitzer Ebb, Silent Breed, DK8, Terrance Fixmer and more for the final instalment of their Archive Edit series Soma label heads Slam curate a specially designed package of tracks to finalise their Archive Edit project that sees them delve deep into Techno’s past to bring some of the genre’s best tracks into the modern age. The Archive Edit project started as a way for Slam to showcase and share the many different edits that had made their way into their DJ sets over the last few years. The pairing of Stuart McMillan & Orde Meikle have both raided their extensive collections, picking out tracks that have defined countless sets over their career. Tracks from luminaries such as Nitzer Ebb, Thomas P Heckmann (as Silent Breed), Damon Wild & Terrence Fixmer have been re-edited alongside some of Slam’s own unreleased material, showcasing the duo’s current sound; one that constantly naturally evolves, matures and demonstrates why the duo have been at the forefront of the global scene since its inception. “We resurrect nine cuts from our archive collective collections for your listening and spinning pleasure. Some are original material, some are live re-edits, some are well-known, others are not! They all have one thing in common, they all attempt to unashamedly destroy dancefloors, and thus featured heavily, (usually toward the end of our DJ sets) in the last year or so well known”. Now we share them with you!" Slam open the album with an absolute monster track in the form of their rework of the legendary Nitzer Ebb’s ‘Join In The Chant’. The anthemic EBM/post-punk infused original is given a thrashing overhaul from the duo marking one of the standout tracks of this collection. A special live rework of fan favourite ‘Scorpion’ drops before the previously unreleased ‘Memoriam’ delivers on a more emotive tip. Firing back into the edits is Thomas P Heckmann’s seminal ‘Sync In’, under his Silent Breed Moniker which is a fast-paced, Neo-Trance affair Slam then drop the manic ‘1001’ which takes the BPM stratospheric. DK8’s, Murder Was The Bass is up next and given a 2019 update as the duo's edit snatches up all the most perfect elements of the track leading nicely into a rework of French EBM legend Terence Fixmer’s ‘Body Pressure’ - driving through with its twisted beats and vocals. Another special live edit of the first Archive Edit release, Damon Wild’s Rotary makes an appearance as the album closes out with the rave infected, rework of the Hertz classic ‘Recreate’ All Tracks Mastered by Conor Dalton @ Glowcast Mastering

  • #SlamRadio - 374 - Prequel Tapes
    Slam
    58:51
    Techno
    3,167

    **We've created a place to discuss and stay up to date with Slam Radio=> bit.ly/SlamRadioGroup Prequel Tapes is a work of deep synthesis. Fragments of melody and memory orchestrated into densely layered tapestries; a deeply emotional study on a life characterised by a shifting relationship to electronics. The pieces serve as a chronology of desire and reflection, reconciling a nascent passion for industrial music with a history in the club. https://prequeltapes.bandcamp.com/album/on-the-run-ep https://www.residentadvisor.net/dj/prequeltapes https://soundcloud.com/prequeltapes https://prequeltapes.bandcamp.com/ Listen to all Slam Radio shows here soundcloud.com/soma/sets/slam-radio facebook.com/Slam.soma instagram.com/slam_djs twitter.com/slamdjs slam-djs.com Subscribe on Spotify: bit.ly/SlamRadioOnSpotify Subscribe on iTunes: itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/slam-radio/id584845850 Slam Radio is produced at www.glowcast.co.uk For syndication or radio queries, email [email protected] and [email protected]

  • #SlamRadio - 373 - Nørbak
    Slam
    01:00:00
    Techno
    5,420

    **We've created a place to discuss and stay up to date with Slam Radio=> bit.ly/SlamRadioGroup It all started in 2016 for Artur Moreira with labels such and Circular Limited and Illegal Alien, where he gave his first steps and since then he has been releasing his music on respected labels such as PoleGroup, Warm Up Recordings, Semantica, Modularz, Affin, Float Records and his sound has developed throughout these years focusing now more on the mental and physical side of Techno, where he finds the most comfort. https://www.facebook.com/norbakmusic/ https://soundcloud.com/norbakmusic https://www.instagram.com/_norbak_ Listen to all Slam Radio shows here soundcloud.com/soma/sets/slam-radio facebook.com/Slam.soma instagram.com/slam_djs twitter.com/slamdjs slam-djs.com Subscribe on Spotify: bit.ly/SlamRadioOnSpotify Subscribe on iTunes: itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/slam-radio/id584845850 Slam Radio is produced at www.glowcast.co.uk For syndication or radio queries, email [email protected]com and [email protected]