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London-based Italian electronic-dub producer Gaudi mixes up this quick and pleasing selection of thoughtful beats, including a track off his No Prisoners album, released last month on Six Degrees Records.
Tracklist: 1) David Last/”Fauna” (Unreleased) 2) Telefon Tel Aviv/8 track project cut (Hefty Records) 3) Vessel/”Turn” (Expanding Records) 4) Gaudi:Testa/”Micro-evolution” (Em:t Records) 5) Mr Oizo/”Monophonic Shit” (Pias Recordings) 6) Gaudi/”Space Phenomena” (Six Degrees Records) 7) Monolake/”Alpenrausch” (EFA Records)
A.Mochi is one of the most prolific producers, Live performers and DJs in Tokyo’s Techno scene. As a producer he released his music with labels like Len Faki’s Figure, Francois K’s WaveTec or Luke Slater’s Mote-Evolver. Initially Rock music captured his attentions as a younger man, however, the impact of the heavy, fat bass and beats of electro music changed his musical life forever, which became the basis of his career today. In 2007, after releases on labels like ‘Highland’, ‘Hardsignal’ and ‘Tremors’ gathered him some respect, he signed a release with ‘Mote-Evolver’ owned by the UK’s legendary techno pioneer Luke Slater. In October last year, ‘Battery EP’ which was released on Figure, the label owned by resident of one of the world’s most famous clubs (Berlin’s Berghain / Panoramabar), Len Faki. 2009 see a further release on Figure, (Figure 19) and his work as a Remixer of Shin Nishimura in May for the label ‘SCI+TEC Digital Audio’, the label of Dubfire aka Deep Dish. His profound work finds wide acceptance by popular artists like Len Faki, Luke Slater, Francois K., Chris Liebing, Dave Clarke, Adam Beyer, Dubfire, TomCraft to name a few. By launching his very own label ‘Resound Records’ in 2007, he has started this as a platform to build connections with other Japanese artists, and support the thriving local scene with even more new music. As a producer and artist, A.Mochi will certainly bring even more sophisticated, powerful music to his audience in the year to come.
- Planetary Assault Systems - Whoodoo (Ostgut Ton) 02. Mirai - Sabbath (Resoud) 03. Brian Ffar - Billy Bought A Laser - Pan-Pot Remix (Siteholder) 04. Chris Liebing - Auf und davon (CLR) 05. A.Mochi - Whiplash (Figure) 06. Side B - Corn Panic (Gemini) 07. Pfirter - De A Poco (Figure) 08. Joseph Capriati - Kontrol Room (Drumcode) 09. A.Mochi - Harvester edit (Figure) 10. Dustin_Zahn - Stranger To Stability - Len Faki podium mix (Rekids) 11. Joel Mull&Adam Beyer - Forming Dies - Jerome Sydenham Remix (Drumcode) 12. Len Faki - BX3 (Ostgut Ton) 13. A.Mochi - Black Out (Figure)
Unfortunately no tracklisting for this one. Sorry.
If you ask me this is one of the best mixes of this year so far. Next level dance music - the perfect mix of futuristic dubstep and techno.
I think Hot Flush are one of the labels of 2009 and this proves it without a doubt. Believe me, if you like techno, or any kind of futuristic dance music you need to hear this.