After starting his music career in 1995, Celvin X burst on to the scene with incredible sounds and innovative music at the height of Electronic music’s initial growth. After a long period out of the spotlight, during which he was sorely missed, he is back. Ready to shock the industry once again, he is looking forward to new music, new shows and even more love from his fan base. We caught up with the producer to learn more about his inspirations in music and what the ingredients are to making such great melodies.
1. Laurent Garnier – Wake Up
With this track, I always associate it with my first encounter with Technoclubsounds. I remember us dancing to it in a little club in Lindau.
2. Depeche Mode – No Specific Title
Do I really have to say anything else about this? No! Cult!
3. Emanuel Top – Turkish Bazar
I was a huge fan of the label “Le Petit Prince” and of course of Emanuel Top in the 90s. Great artist, great DJ; just great.
4. Chris Liebing – C – Reconnected 04 EP
The alchemist of the Technobeats himself. I had the pleasure of meeting Chris many years ago. Back then, we were all sitting together at UCMG in Jonas’ office eating pizza. These are the little stories of life!
5. Slam – Pantera
Am I a fan because I buy many titles from Slam? Okay, I’m a fan I admit it! I hope the guys do a remix of one of my songs sometime.
6. New Order – Blue Monday
Blue Monday – it was certainly not a Monday, but the title remains unforgettable. A small club from Lake Constance, 30-40 guests and the DJ plays this title, all storming the dance floor – amazing.
7. B B E – Seven Days and One Week (Original Club Mix)
The drop/break in this title is probably one of the most memorable of the 90s. I still get goose bumps when I hear the title out loud.
8. Johannes Heil – A1
When I think of Frankfurt, I automatically think of Johannes Heil and Heiko Laux. For me he is, and remains, one of the best producers from Germany.
9. A.MORGAN – Transform
A title from my current set. I love to play it and enjoy the reaction of the guests. Cool beat that gets under your skin!
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Get The Facts — Why Techno Newcomer DMVD Will Shake Every Dance Floor?
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Norwegian Producer Magnus Didriksson aka DMVD maintains the fundamental basis of Techno on his debut EP ‘The Anti’. The Althea Records’ label includes in their catalog this brilliant 2-track material which promises to shake every dance floor. Believe it or not, Magnus is a classically trained musician who has a passion for violins since childhood. However, the rave culture and the 90s era filled him with enthusiasm for the electronic music scene. Musically speaking, he takes inspiration from all that surrounds him, from symphonic pieces, Psytrance classics, as well as nature. With regard to ‘The Anti’ EP, I think it’s all about the pounding drums, progressive vibes, galloping beats, and the different effects and filters. Without further ado, put aside the technical jargon and let these powerful tunes move your feet!
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Dark & Moody Techno, Johnathan Christian Got Remixed By Joe Letz!
Swedish Post-Punk trio Johnathan Christian invite ex-Combichrist drummer Joe Letz to remix “Clearer”. A single featured on their third album ‘Dark Hallways’. With Techno-injected beats, the ‘Letz Be Friends Mix’ pushes forward a high energy sound. For sure, it is contrasted with the smoothness of the original rockish version. Clearly, this is a pulsating cut designed for underground clubs.
One can easily imagine thousands of people getting their hands up in the air like there’s no tomorrow. Moreover, Joe includes dark and moody atmospherics shifts across the entire remix which create the perfect tension effect. Despite there’s a 180-degree change with respect to its composition, lyrics remain intact. “Clearer” is a wake-up call to get analytical and question religion. Watch the video below.
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Modern & Experimental Music To Your Ears, Listen To “Infrared” By Sonic Radiation
Sonic Radiation‘s work is all about intriguing soundscapes and a blend of Techno and Trance. The Producer from Dallas, Texas showcases his modern and experimental style on his latest single “Infrared”. You can tell he’s a visionary due to his hard-hitting futuristic beats. On the other hand, synths create something unique like it’s out of this world. Without a doubt, this is the type of music that inspire creative people like us to create science fiction adventures within our own minds. Enjoy it!
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Elliot Fleck’s “Solar Arboretum” Is The Ultimate Summer Anthem
Elliot Fleck‘s “Solar Arboretum” is pure Techno goodness with soft undertones. Moreover, there’s a mix of ethereal sounds in this ultimate summer anthem that’ll work its way inside your head. On the other hand, the oriental-esque vibes + the deep-diving downbeats showcase his step over the mainstream scene. You will notice he pays attention to small melodic details in order to affirm his vision as an original Producer. Essentially, what you’ll experience when listening to “Solar Arboretum”, is a new kind of atmospheric music to chill out the mind in 10 minutes. Press play below!
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Electro Wow Exclusive Guest Mix: Jens Mueller
Playing behind the decks since 1994, Jens Mueller is an artist with a whole wealth of experience. Originally from Essen, Jens has built his career in Techno and draws inspiration from the Tech House scene too, he is the head honcho of labels such as Sound Kleckse Records and Techno Pressure Records.
To celebrate the recent release of Jens Mueller’s 2-track EP ‘19AX01’ he has put together an exclusive guest mix for Electro Wow including music off that EP along with some tracks from his favourite artists. This mix is the epitome of Jens as an artist. Check it out.
1 — Weska – Dualism (Original Mix) – Filth on Acid
2 — Sara Simonit – Trust Me (Original Mix) – Reload Records
3 — Tiger Stripes – Dying Planet (Original Mix) [Drumcode]
4 — Jens Mueller – 19XA01 (Original Mix) – Intact Dark Balance
5 — Layton Giordani – New York to Amsterdam (Original Mix) [Drumcode]
6 — Julian Jeweil – Turbulence (Original Mix)
7 — Thomas Schumacher, Victor Ruiz – Prophecy (Original Mix) – Electric Ballroom
8 — Umek;Matt Sassari – Dica – Terminal M
9 — Sven Wittekind – I Feel Youth (Original Mix) – Voltage Records
10 — Jens Mueller – Plasma (Original Mix) – Pure Dope Digital
11 — Andreas Kraemer – Horizon (Original Mix)
12 — Deckard Walker – Propane [Outcode Records]
13 — Axel Karakasis – Desolate Madness (Original Mix) – Remain Records
14 — Marco Faraone – Cruiser
15 — Mark Greene – Whats Good (Original Mix) (Intec)
16 — Spiros Kaloumenos – Exoplanet (Original Mix) [Tronic]
17 — Spektre – Back Into Consciousness (Original Mix) – Kraftek
18 — Beico & Mt93 – A Strange Vision – Terminal M
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