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  • RYCL013 - Marc Acardipane Feat. Rave Creator - A New Mind - Cold Rush Phuture Mix
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    Marc Acardipane feat. Rave Creator, Mescalinum United (Ghost In The Machine, 999999999 remixes) New Mind Coming 12” Vinyl with Limited Edition Artwork Pre-order at bit.ly/RYCL013_clone A statement to the inexhaustible puissance of Marc Acardipane’s ahead-of-his-time genius, our thirteenth instalment takes us for a one off and wildly enjoyable detour via the classic hardcore scene to reignite the fires lit by two seminal and thoroughly essential bangers from his immaculate back-catalogue, remastered to their full potential. First in line, the originally 1996-released ‘A New Mind (Cold Rush Future Mix)’ proves it's lost nothing of its implacably pinning, gravity-defying impact. Slowly but surely obliterating all will in you to resist the forthcoming tide in a blaze of whooping 909 punishment and screeching tyres, the second half finishes us off in a euphoric explosion of seesawing bass stabs and poly-octave rollercoasting. A raging anthem of its own recorded in ’92, ’The 2nd Coming’ picks up the flow and amps up the horsepower to weave a frantic ballet of steroid-infused sines, molten circuitry and all-devouring drums. 28 years on and counting, where are the disciples at? Flip sides and here’s The Hague’s duo Ghost In The Machine taking on Rave Creator’s ‘A New Mind’; steering the original further deep into murky industrial rave waters. Emphasising on elements lifted from the track's uplifting finale, the Dutchmen’s buildup aims at striking hard and striking sure. A no-frills, rugged-as-it-gets weapon of sorts, the revamp's all set at plunging the dancefloor into the most dystopian of scenarios. Commissioned to add their big-room-ready spin to Mescalinum United’s time-proof ripper ’The 2nd Coming’, Italian outfit 999999999 (read NineTimesNine) unleash a fierce whirlwind of 303-brined pyrotechnics, light-fast machine-talk and breakneck old-school dynamics. The result is a brain-melting slice of hardcore techno tailored for extensive jump-around workouts. If some artists have a hard time staying relevant as decades succeed, this is further evidence that Acardipane’s sound retains the untamed, fiery brilliance it had back in the day, when it revealed to a whole generation of young ravers a world they could never have dreamt about.  This one in particular deserved a special, duly outstanding frame to shine, which is why it comes pressed to 180g audiophile quality vinyl, and clad in a pristine, silver metal package to please your eyes and ears in equal measure. All tracks written and produced by Marc Acardipane b1 remix and additional production by Ghost In The Machine b2 remix and additional production by 999999999 Design by Enchilada, Rotterdam Distributed by Clone distribution, Rotterdam  Cat. no. RYCL013 – All rights reserved  ℗ & © Reclaim Your City 2020 www.reclaimyourcity.bandcamp.com

  • RYCL013 - Marc Acardipane Feat. Mescalinum United - The 2nd Coming
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    Marc Acardipane feat. Rave Creator, Mescalinum United (Ghost In The Machine, 999999999 remixes) New Mind Coming 12” Vinyl with Limited Edition Artwork Pre-order at bit.ly/RYCL013_clone A statement to the inexhaustible puissance of Marc Acardipane’s ahead-of-his-time genius, our thirteenth instalment takes us for a one off and wildly enjoyable detour via the classic hardcore scene to reignite the fires lit by two seminal and thoroughly essential bangers from his immaculate back-catalogue, remastered to their full potential. First in line, the originally 1996-released ‘A New Mind (Cold Rush Future Mix)’ proves it's lost nothing of its implacably pinning, gravity-defying impact. Slowly but surely obliterating all will in you to resist the forthcoming tide in a blaze of whooping 909 punishment and screeching tyres, the second half finishes us off in a euphoric explosion of seesawing bass stabs and poly-octave rollercoasting. A raging anthem of its own recorded in ’92, ’The 2nd Coming’ picks up the flow and amps up the horsepower to weave a frantic ballet of steroid-infused sines, molten circuitry and all-devouring drums. 28 years on and counting, where are the disciples at? Flip sides and here’s The Hague’s duo Ghost In The Machine taking on Rave Creator’s ‘A New Mind’; steering the original further deep into murky industrial rave waters. Emphasising on elements lifted from the track's uplifting finale, the Dutchmen’s buildup aims at striking hard and striking sure. A no-frills, rugged-as-it-gets weapon of sorts, the revamp's all set at plunging the dancefloor into the most dystopian of scenarios. Commissioned to add their big-room-ready spin to Mescalinum United’s time-proof ripper ’The 2nd Coming’, Italian outfit 999999999 (read NineTimesNine) unleash a fierce whirlwind of 303-brined pyrotechnics, light-fast machine-talk and breakneck old-school dynamics. The result is a brain-melting slice of hardcore techno tailored for extensive jump-around workouts. If some artists have a hard time staying relevant as decades succeed, this is further evidence that Acardipane’s sound retains the untamed, fiery brilliance it had back in the day, when it revealed to a whole generation of young ravers a world they could never have dreamt about.  This one in particular deserved a special, duly outstanding frame to shine, which is why it comes pressed to 180g audiophile quality vinyl, and clad in a pristine, silver metal package to please your eyes and ears in equal measure. All tracks written and produced by Marc Acardipane b1 remix and additional production by Ghost In The Machine b2 remix and additional production by 999999999 Design by Enchilada, Rotterdam Distributed by Clone distribution, Rotterdam  Cat. no. RYCL013 – All rights reserved  ℗ & © Reclaim Your City 2020 www.reclaimyourcity.bandcamp.com

  • RYCL013 - Marc Acardipane Feat. Rave Creator - A New Mind - Ghost In The Machine Remix
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    Marc Acardipane feat. Rave Creator, Mescalinum United (Ghost In The Machine, 999999999 remixes) New Mind Coming 12” Vinyl with Limited Edition Artwork Pre-order at bit.ly/RYCL013_clone A statement to the inexhaustible puissance of Marc Acardipane’s ahead-of-his-time genius, our thirteenth instalment takes us for a one off and wildly enjoyable detour via the classic hardcore scene to reignite the fires lit by two seminal and thoroughly essential bangers from his immaculate back-catalogue, remastered to their full potential. First in line, the originally 1996-released ‘A New Mind (Cold Rush Future Mix)’ proves it's lost nothing of its implacably pinning, gravity-defying impact. Slowly but surely obliterating all will in you to resist the forthcoming tide in a blaze of whooping 909 punishment and screeching tyres, the second half finishes us off in a euphoric explosion of seesawing bass stabs and poly-octave rollercoasting. A raging anthem of its own recorded in ’92, ’The 2nd Coming’ picks up the flow and amps up the horsepower to weave a frantic ballet of steroid-infused sines, molten circuitry and all-devouring drums. 28 years on and counting, where are the disciples at? Flip sides and here’s The Hague’s duo Ghost In The Machine taking on Rave Creator’s ‘A New Mind’; steering the original further deep into murky industrial rave waters. Emphasising on elements lifted from the track's uplifting finale, the Dutchmen’s buildup aims at striking hard and striking sure. A no-frills, rugged-as-it-gets weapon of sorts, the revamp's all set at plunging the dancefloor into the most dystopian of scenarios. Commissioned to add their big-room-ready spin to Mescalinum United’s time-proof ripper ’The 2nd Coming’, Italian outfit 999999999 (read NineTimesNine) unleash a fierce whirlwind of 303-brined pyrotechnics, light-fast machine-talk and breakneck old-school dynamics. The result is a brain-melting slice of hardcore techno tailored for extensive jump-around workouts. If some artists have a hard time staying relevant as decades succeed, this is further evidence that Acardipane’s sound retains the untamed, fiery brilliance it had back in the day, when it revealed to a whole generation of young ravers a world they could never have dreamt about.  This one in particular deserved a special, duly outstanding frame to shine, which is why it comes pressed to 180g audiophile quality vinyl, and clad in a pristine, silver metal package to please your eyes and ears in equal measure. All tracks written and produced by Marc Acardipane b1 remix and additional production by Ghost In The Machine b2 remix and additional production by 999999999 Design by Enchilada, Rotterdam Distributed by Clone distribution, Rotterdam  Cat. no. RYCL013 – All rights reserved  ℗ & © Reclaim Your City 2020 www.reclaimyourcity.bandcamp.com

  • RYCL013 - Marc Acardipane Feat. Mescalinum United - The 2nd Coming - 999999999 Remix
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    Marc Acardipane feat. Rave Creator, Mescalinum United (Ghost In The Machine, 999999999 remixes) New Mind Coming 12” Vinyl with Limited Edition Artwork Pre-order at bit.ly/RYCL013_clone A statement to the inexhaustible puissance of Marc Acardipane’s ahead-of-his-time genius, our thirteenth instalment takes us for a one off and wildly enjoyable detour via the classic hardcore scene to reignite the fires lit by two seminal and thoroughly essential bangers from his immaculate back-catalogue, remastered to their full potential. First in line, the originally 1996-released ‘A New Mind (Cold Rush Future Mix)’ proves it's lost nothing of its implacably pinning, gravity-defying impact. Slowly but surely obliterating all will in you to resist the forthcoming tide in a blaze of whooping 909 punishment and screeching tyres, the second half finishes us off in a euphoric explosion of seesawing bass stabs and poly-octave rollercoasting. A raging anthem of its own recorded in ’92, ’The 2nd Coming’ picks up the flow and amps up the horsepower to weave a frantic ballet of steroid-infused sines, molten circuitry and all-devouring drums. 28 years on and counting, where are the disciples at? Flip sides and here’s The Hague’s duo Ghost In The Machine taking on Rave Creator’s ‘A New Mind’; steering the original further deep into murky industrial rave waters. Emphasising on elements lifted from the track's uplifting finale, the Dutchmen’s buildup aims at striking hard and striking sure. A no-frills, rugged-as-it-gets weapon of sorts, the revamp's all set at plunging the dancefloor into the most dystopian of scenarios. Commissioned to add their big-room-ready spin to Mescalinum United’s time-proof ripper ’The 2nd Coming’, Italian outfit 999999999 (read NineTimesNine) unleash a fierce whirlwind of 303-brined pyrotechnics, light-fast machine-talk and breakneck old-school dynamics. The result is a brain-melting slice of hardcore techno tailored for extensive jump-around workouts. If some artists have a hard time staying relevant as decades succeed, this is further evidence that Acardipane’s sound retains the untamed, fiery brilliance it had back in the day, when it revealed to a whole generation of young ravers a world they could never have dreamt about.  This one in particular deserved a special, duly outstanding frame to shine, which is why it comes pressed to 180g audiophile quality vinyl, and clad in a pristine, silver metal package to please your eyes and ears in equal measure. All tracks written and produced by Marc Acardipane b1 remix and additional production by Ghost In The Machine b2 remix and additional production by 999999999 Design by Enchilada, Rotterdam Distributed by Clone distribution, Rotterdam  Cat. no. RYCL013 – All rights reserved  ℗ & © Reclaim Your City 2020 www.reclaimyourcity.bandcamp.com

  • Reclaim Your City 394 | Desroi
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    Reclaim Your City 394 | Desroi (Düsseldorf) Creator of immersive sonic tableaux and enticingly hypnotic rhythmic structures, our guest this week is Düsseldorf-based DJ and producer Desroi. Laying down a much intricate and whelming assortment of his trademark abstract, boundary-pushing blends, the German sound architect delves into floating pools of deep dubby layers and pounding, 4x4-enslaved mechanisms, letting his wide, breathing poetic flux grow and expand across and beyond the bars in end-to-end mesmerising fashion. Tune in, zone out. Soundcloud: bit.ly/DESROI_SC Facebook: bit.ly/DESROI_FB Instagram: bit.ly/DESROI_IG Discogs: bit.ly/DESROI_DC Bandcamp: bit.ly/DESROI_BC Resident Advisor: bit.ly/DESROI_RA Booking: bit.ly/DESROI_booking

  • Reclaim Your City 393 | Fractions
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    Reclaim Your City 393 | Fractions (Prague) Bursting in the series with a tyre-screeching transmission to throw the roofs and dancers away into ecstatic oblivion, Prague-based duo Fractions step up with a helluva mind-bending transmission at number 393. Schooled to the shoulder-dislocating, brainwashing sound of ‘90s rave and pure wrathful big-room smashers, the Russian-born duo put on display the kind of hard-hitting, supra-dynamic groove know-how that’s landed them on choice outlets like Rotterdam Electronix, Fleisch and Monnom Black. Tape your windows and barricade yourself, the Fractions typhoon is coming for your lazy, suntanned ass right on cue. Soundcloud: bit.ly/FRCTNS_SC Facebook: bit.ly/FRCTNS_FB Instagram: bit.ly/FRCTNS_IG Bandcamp: bit.ly/FRCTNS_BC Resident Advisor: bit.ly/FRCTNS_RA Booking: [email protected]

  • Reclaim Your City 392 | MARRØN
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    Reclaim Your City 392 | MARRØN (Amsterdam) Wild at heart and commando-trained to x-out lame ass 4x4 competition, the sound of MARRØN - whose name is a direct nod to the staunch will and fortitude of eponymous escaped slaves - is dedicated to cutting a path of destruction in gridlocked nightly paradigms. Mapping the confines of deep, hard-to-the-bone techno through damp and dim-lit corridors of sound, the EERSTE COMMUNIE co-founder serves up two hours of proper clinical hammering and nonstop rhythmic assault, paced to get your heart rolling over from one end of your chest to the other like a pinball caught in a magnetic storm. Soundcloud: bit.ly/MARRØN_SC Facebook: bit.ly/MARRØN_FB Instagram: bit.ly/MARRØN_IG Resident Advisor: bit.ly/MARRØN_RA Booking: [email protected]

  • Reclaim Your City 391 | Wallis
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    Reclaim Your City 391 | Wallis (Berlin) Sticking by her inimitably rough-hewn, high-octane jockeying style, Upperberry's harsh-tech cultist and Jell curator Wallis clocks in this week with a heavy-handed meshwork of skull-crushing hardcore, unhampered ‘90s-infused motorik and wilder-than-wild groove engineering set on spin-drying dancefloor obliteration mode. Buckle up and prepare for the impact, it’s Wallis taking over with two-hours of sheer synesthetic, cliffhanging madness to knock your senses askew. Banging as it gets. Soundcloud: bit.ly/WALLIS_SC Facebook: bit.ly/WALLIS_FB Instagram: bit.ly/WALLIS_IG Bandcamp: bit.ly/WALLIS_BC Resident Advisor: bit.ly/WALLIS_RA Booking: bit.ly/WALLIS_booking

  • Reclaim Your City 390 | Hyperaktivist
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    Reclaim Your City 390 | Hyperaktivist (Berlin) Up this week, MESS master of ceremony Hyperaktivist breezes in the series with 120 minutes of dead banging business to get your boogie feelers on red alert. Having cut her teeth in the Venezuelan scene where she co-founded the seminal SOLO club, then moving to Berlin where she made a name for herself trading sophisticated blenders of high-in-vitamins techno, old-school house pulsations and further cross-pollinated grooves, Hyperaktivist here proves the width of her skills when it comes to pumping out elegantly woven sweatbox-smashing dynamics. Dive in headfirst. Soundcloud: bit.ly/HPRKTVST_SC Facebook: bit.ly/HPRKTVST_FB Instagram: bit.ly/HPRKTVST_IG Resident Advisor: bit.ly/HPRKTVST_RA Booking: bit.ly/HPRKTVST_booking

  • Reclaim Your City 389 | Endlec
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    Reclaim Your City 389 | Endlec (Thessaloniki) Your week’s off to a bland finale and you’ve considered slinging a brick into the washer just for the sake of empirical investigation. Forget about that, instead we invite you to set up your woofers for 2 hours of pure hi-BPM evil and utter kinetic enslavement courtesy of Thessaloniki’s arsonist-in-chief, Endlec. Fearless merchant of full-metal jacket industrial grooves and jagged warehouse-tech ordnance, MORD’s mainstay lets all hell loose upon us with this mix, swallowing everything up in the eye of its dementia-inducing cyclone effortlessly. An orgy of pressurised beats and breakneck rave climes to smack y’all nosebleed happy right away. Pull out the neck brace and pledgets, we hope you enjoy your concussion. Soundcloud: bit.ly/ENDLC_SC Facebook: bit.ly/ENDLC_FB Instagram: bit.ly/ENDLC_IG Discogs: bit.ly/ENDLC_DC Resident Advisor: bit.ly/ENDLC_RA Booking: bit.ly/ENDLC_booking

  • Reclaim Your City 388 | UVB
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    Reclaim Your City 388 | UVB (Marseille, Berlin) Prominently active over the past half decade, having released choice slabs for the likes of MORD, Stoor, Monnom Black and his own imprint Body Theory, Marseille-Berlin-based DJ and producer Sébastien Michel alias UVB has moulded a sound in proportion to the expansive breadth of his sets, both tough to the core, clinically spliced together and elatingly deep for good measure. Stepping in with a gratifyingly nasty 2-hour set, crammed with his trademark stealth sub-bass chatter, flaring percussiveness and thick dubbed-out envelopes to lose yourself in, the Frenchman is clearly here to make a statement. Top-shelf transmission from an artist at the top of his game, don’t sleep. Soundcloud: bit.ly/UVB_SC Facebook: bit.ly/UVB_FB Instagram: bit.ly/UVB_IG Bandcamp: bit.ly/UVB_BC Discogs: bit.ly/UVB_DC Resident Advisor: bit.ly/UVB_RA Booking: bit.ly/UVB_booking

  • Reclaim Your City 387 | Elad Magdasi & Mathias Weber
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    Reclaim Your City 387 | Elad Magdasi & Mathias Weber (Berlin) Moving the cursor from lithe and pacey future-ready electronics to glassy-textured soundscapes straight out a sci-fi-esque utopia, Front Left Records’ leading duo Elad Magdasi and Mathias Weber stopped by to grace us with a choice two-hour mix spanning the largest part of their non-binary dancefloor poetics. True to their sense of unprejudiced audio expansionism, this one finds the Berlin-based pair laying down a scrumptious assortment of dashing 4x4 horsepower, finely balanced emotional climes and mind-broadening melodic apexes to douse yourself in. Just hold back the clock's deadly frantic ride for a couple hours and drift to a wholly different time zone. www.frontleftrecords.com Facebook: bit.ly/ELDMGD_FB | bit.ly/FRTLFT_FB Instagram: bit.ly/ELDMGD_IG | bit.ly/MTHSWBR_IG Soundcloud: bit.ly/FRTLFT_SC Discogs: bit.ly/FRTLFT_DC Bandcamp: bit.ly/FRTLFT_BC Resident Advisor: bit.ly/FRTLFT_RA Booking: [email protected]

  • Reclaim Your City 386 | Introversion
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    Reclaim Your City 386 | Introversion (Berlin) Some like to say that when something’s gone well and smooth, it cuts like a hot knife through butter. Berlin’s Julius Debler alias Introversion much rather use the “bang on bazooka hit in the pillbox" analogy. Everything in the young artist's arsenal screams OVERKILL, and man does it deliver on the dance floor. Obviously it would be way reductive to boil down the german producer and jockey’s substantial array of talents to the no-frills banging attitude of his tunes - his excellent set of records for ARTS, KONFLKT and Emerald is here to attest. That said, it’s safe to say Introversion's RYC mix was built and designed to sweep hard-as-nails techno lovers and fellow rugged 4x4 monstertruckin’ enthusiasts off their feet swift and sharp. Mission accomplished, badman style. Soundcloud: bit.ly/INTRVRSN_SC Facebook: bit.ly/INTRVRSN_FB Instagram: bit.ly/INTRVRSN_IG Discogs: bit.ly/INTRVRSN_DC Resident Advisor: bit.ly/INTRVRSN_RA Booking: [email protected] (World) Booking: [email protected] (North America)

  • Reclaim Your City 385 | Volster
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    Reclaim Your City 385 | Volster (Osijek, Croatia) Routinely playing psy-ops in the ballroom, Croatian deep grooves texturalist Volster sure is up to speed on telekinetic crowd control and up-the-roof traction. Through a handful surgically designed EPs for various labels including his own platforms Out Of Place and Secession, all pushing back the limits between 909-powered body slamming, entrancing abstraction and deep-sleep intrusiveness, Marko has kept carving a sound signature both sweet and rugged, churning yet breaching into ethereal cerebrality. His new mix for RYC fits all aspects of his aforementioned genius, fusing hi-voltage machinic rage and left-of-centre tech funk with his ever reliable knack for creating deep and dynamic momentums on the dance floor. Reap the whirlwind. Soundcloud: bit.ly/VLSTR_SC Facebook: bit.ly/VLSTR_FB Instagram: bit.ly/VLSTR_IG Discogs: bit.ly/VLSTR_DC Bandcamp: bit.ly/VLSTR_BC Resident Advisor: bit.ly/VLSTR_RA Booking: [email protected] 01. Franz Jäger - Reverb Rain - HAYES 02. Refracted - Dom - Black Codes Experiments 03. Hitam - Cloth and Wire - Unreleased 04. Border One - Shadows - Key Vinyl 05. Alex Cortex - Aitiai - Source Records 06. Arthur Robert - Precision - Figure 07. Ø [Phase] - Obscura (B-Line Enhanced Ver.) - Token Records 08. AWB - Daze - Vaerel Records 09. Volster - Upcoming SCSSN003 - Secession 10. Sleeparchive - Trust v.1 - Tresor 11. Vladw - Jiangqing - VLADW 12. Insolate - Esfuerzo - Unreleased 13. Mhonolink - JUVENILE - Mhonday Music 14. Peel, Sedvs - Repression (Daily) - Bare Hands 15. ID - ID 16. Joy Boks - 12113 - Joy Boks 17. Sleeparchive - Celsius - Clergy 18. Müzmin - Influx - Sub_tl 19. Linkan Ray - Sharpness Of Thought - Be As One 20. Wrong Assessment - Catoblepa - HAYES 21. Dimi Angélis - Titan - ANGLS 22. Vladw - Ira - VLADW 23. ANNĒ - Fairy Dust - Out Of Place 24. Seleccion Natural - Modernist Descents - PoleGroup 25. The Lady Machine - Vigilance - Unterwegs 26. SERA J - Amelia - Out Of Place 27. Kaiser - Bring Me So High - K S R 28. JIMMY TENOR - Take Me Baby (Volster Rework) - Unreleased 29. Cage - Lifes For Rent - Warm Up Recordings 30. Insolate - Lust (Ben Sims Hardgroove Remix) - Out Of Place 31. Archivone - No More - Ketra Records 32. Makaton - Double Heart - Voitax

  • Reclaim Your City 384 | Patrick DSP
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    Reclaim Your City 384 | Patrick DSP (Berlin) Up this week to grace us with his characteristically thunderous touch, nervous system hacker-in-chief Patrick DSP clocks in with a beast of a hair-raising two-hour mix, primed for bone-bruising moshpits and hardcore barnstorming. Banking and rolling like a possessed roller coaster cart out a cryptic King-ian tale, this one pledges to unleash utter terror amongst self-obsessed poseurs, Spotify-sponsored jocks and weak-kneed easy listeners. Expect a fit of uptempo pique, wild winds of mechanic dementia and a healthy dose of hi-intensity gut churn. Wham! Bam! Thank you ma’am! www.PatrickDSP.com Soundcloud: bit.ly/PTRCK_SC Facebook: bit.ly/PTRCK_FB Instagram: bit.ly/PTRCK_IG Discogs: bit.ly/PTRCK_DC Bandcamp: bit.ly/PTRCK_BC Resident Advisor: bit.ly/PTRCK_RA Booking: [email protected] Booking: [email protected]

  • Reclaim Your City 383 | Volvox
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    Reclaim Your City 383 | Volvox (New York) A staple component of New York’s techno renaissance, the name of Unter and Jack Dept. affiliate Volvox has become synonymous with surgical mixing technique and a certain square-shooting, take-no-prisoner approach towards dance floor business. Stamina-testing and raw to the bone, her music runs the gamut from skull-crushing 4x4 obedience to muggy 303-riddled salvos, abrasive house rhythms and everything in between. Remaining true to the original spirit of the Detroit pioneers all the while computing the next winning equation that’ll make ravers lose their marbles in an utterly new fashion every time the needle hits the groove, Volvox keeps on blowing minds for a routine. Add that RYC mix to her long list of face-melting sonic misdemeanors and red-handed audio assault; plain and simple, it's just criminally good. https://djvolvox.com Soundcloud: bit.ly/VLVX_SC Facebook: bit.ly/VLVX_FB Instagram: bit.ly/VLVX_IG Bandcamp: bit.ly/VLVX_BC Resident Advisor: bit.ly/VLVX_RA Booking: bit.ly/VLVX_booking

  • Reclaim Your City 382 | Arthur Robert
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    Reclaim Your City 382 | Arthur Robert (Amsterdam) If you’re into techno for its unique melange of jacking intensity, multi-faceted atmospherics and emotions-stirring climaxes, we stake the house you’ll love Arthur Robert’s sound. Hot on the heels of a much promising debut EP on Figure, the Vienna-born / Amsterdam-based producer stops by to deliver a proper finely constructed, slo-blooming flower of a mix. Exclusively comprised of personal, mostly unreleased tracks from the vaults, this one will ease you into a state of blissful daze and utter oneiric delight right away. Feels aplenty. Soundcloud: bit.ly/ARTHR_SC Facebook: bit.ly/ARTHR_FB Instagram: bit.ly/ARTHR_IG Discogs: bit.ly/ARTHR_DC Bandcamp: bit.ly/ARTHR_BC Resident Advisor: bit.ly/ARTHR_RA Booking: [email protected]

  • Reclaim Your City 381 | DAHRAXT
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    Reclaim Your City 381 | DAHRAXT (Berlin) Taking over the waves this week, Berlin-based Italian producer Dahraxt steps up with a textbook specimen of his ever mind-expanding vinyl and studio experiments. Set to bury you under barrage fire of swampy oscillations, textural flash-floods and FX-laden technoid landslides, this one's sure to blast your pants off the wild way. Belter inbound. Soundcloud: bit.ly/DHRXT_SC Facebook: bit.ly/DHRXT_FB Instagram: bit.ly/DHRXT_IG Discogs: bit.ly/DHRXT_DC Bandcamp: bit.ly/DHRXT_BC Resident Advisor: bit.ly/DHRXT_RA Booking: [email protected]

  • Reclaim Your City 380 | Parrish Smith
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    Reclaim Your City 380 | Parrish Smith (Amsterdam) Not one to muscle in on the scene via paid-for media support and invasive ubiquity, unstoppable sound pirate Parrish Smith hacked his way into the game through the all-embracing scope and untamed punk energy of his productions and intrepid live performances, shuttling back and forth some of today’s most reputed imprints such as L.I.E.S., Dekmantel, Knekelhuis and Mind Records. Clocking in the series with an incendiary 2-hour long vinyl set full to the brim with sweatbox-tailored EBM epics, rampage-mode acid pumpers and further XTC inducing off-road divagations of his own concoction, Parrish pulls out the big guns and flicks on havoc on the fly. Don’t mind some crushed glass with your orange juice? Soundcloud: bit.ly/PRSMTH_SC Facebook: bit.ly/PRSMTH_FB Instagram: bit.ly/PRSMTH_IG Discogs: bit.ly/PRSMTH_DC Bandcamp: bit.ly/PRSMTH_BC Resident Advisor: bit.ly/PRSMTH_RA Booking: bit.ly/PRSMTH_booking

  • Reclaim Your City 379 | Marc Acardipane
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    Reclaim Your City 379 | Marc Acardipane (Frankfurt) Absolute godfather of the now back en-vogue hardcore sound and single runner in his - heavyweight - category, Marc Acardipane remains an everlasting inspiration and a name that none of today's scene's disciples could ever dream holding a candle to. Through countless records and as many timeless anthemic gems, the man also known as Mescalinum United, Alien Christ or Nasty Django, plus a helluva lot more unforgettable ego-dissolving aliases, has been forging a legend built to endure and transcend. Strictly made out of classic and unheard material of his own hand, it's with the greatest pleasure that we welcome Marc for two hours of non-stop hammering rave delights and the heaviest kicks flexin' meets head on sines-bending bravura spanning over 30 years of utter musical genius. Let the feast begin. Soundcloud: bit.ly/Acardipane_SC Facebook: bit.ly/Acardipane_FB Instagram: bit.ly/Acardipane_IG Discogs: bit.ly/Acardipane_DC Bandcamp: bit.ly/Acardipane_BCP Resident Advisor: bit.ly/Acardipane_RA Booking: bit.ly/Acardipane_booking 01. Marc Acardipane Feat. Nasty Django - Play Da Same Ol' Song (Desperados Go West) 02. Marc Acardipane Feat. The Mover & The Horrorist - Flash Nights (Original Mix) 03. Marc Acardipane - C.S.W.K. (Original Mix) 04. Marc Acardipane Feat. Dusty Angel - A Trip - Ute 2 Belgium (Original Mix) 05. Marc Acardipane Feat. Dick Rules - Psycho (Original Mix / Previously unreleased) 06. Marc Acardipane Feat. Pilldriver - Doin' Drugs (Original Mix) 07. The Horrorist - Mission Ecstasy 2003 (Phuture Remix by Marc Acardipane) 08. Marc Acardipane - Intruder (Original Mix) 09. Marc Acardipane Feat. Marshall Masters - E-Day (Original Mix / Previously unreleased) 10. Marc Acardipane - Lost Angel (Original Mix) 11. The Mover a.k.a. Marc Acardipane - Track One (Original Mix / Remastered 2019) 12. Marc Acardipane Feat. Pilldriver - Apocalypse Never (Original Mix) 13. Marc Acardipane Feat. Mescalinum United - We Have Arrived (The Mover Remix II / Previously unreleased) 14. Marc Acardipane Feat. The Horrorist - Metal Man (Original Mix) 15. Marc Acardipane - One World No Future (Original Mix) 16. Marc Acardipane Feat. Marshall Masters - E-Ternal (Original Mix) 17. Marc Acardipane Feat. Marshall Masters - Return To Zero (Extended Mix / Official Mysteryland Anthem 1998) 18. Marc Acardipane Feat. Rave Creator - Into Sound (Marshall Masters Remix) 19. Marc Acardipane Feat. The Ultimate MC - Today Tomorrow Forever (Original Mix) 20. Marc Acardipane Feat. Rave Creator - A New Mind (Cold Rush Phuture Mix / Remastered 2020) 21. Marc Acardipane Feat. Mescalinum United - Jupiter Union (Original Mix) 22. Marc Acardipane Feat. Mescalinum United - The 2nd Coming (Remastered 2020) 23. Marc Acardipane Feat. Rave Creator - Wake Up (Original Mix) 24. Marc Acardipane Feat. Rave Creator - Another Black Sunday (Original Mix / Previously unreleased) 25. Marc Acardipane Feat. Rave Creator - Astral Demons 94 (Cold Planet Remix) 26. Marc Acardipane Feat. Tony G. - Loveless (Underground Mix)