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  1. CLR Podcast | 121 | Ben Klock

    Berlin born DJ, producer and label owner Ben Klock is back on the CLR Podcast with a brand-new, exclusive mix. Without any doubt one of the most hardworking and significant characters in techno´s recent history has recorded another one of his deep and thrilling, hypnotic and groovy sets, which additionally announces the physical release of his remix for Emptyset "All Together Lost", due on Monday, June 27th. Furthermore he will play on CLR´s "All Together Lost" night at Amnesia / Ibiza on Friday June 24th, together with his fellow Berghain resident Len Faki, Mathew Jonson (live) and Chris Liebing. Since the opening of the legendary Berghain in Berlin, Ben Klock has held a monthly residency at this style-defining club and has been influencing the unique sound of the place as much as he has been influenced by playing at this so-called temple of boom. He has released his productions on Ostgut Ton, BPitch Control and his own label Klockworks. His debut artist album "One", as much as his famous "Berghain 04" mix still stand out as some of the most sensitive and extraordinary works in this genre. He has remixed artists as diverse as Kerri Chandler, Martyn or Depeche Mode and has become one of those often and widely praised producers of our time. Please enjoy this CLR Podcast 121 with Ben Klock in the mix!

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  2. CLR Podcast | 019 | A. Mochi

    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.

    1. 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)

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