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1. Sam Paganini - Rave - Drumcode - DCCD10

  • Published: 2014-09-20T12:59:19Z
  • By Drumcode
Sam Paganini - Rave - Drumcode - DCCD10

Foremost international techno outlet Drumcode is delighted to announce the release of its next full-length album, ‘Satellite’, by enduring Italian techno talent Sam Paganini. Though he has been active since the mid nineties, recent years have been hugely successful for Sam, with searing techno EPs coming on revered labels such as Riche Hawtin’s Plus8, Sven Vath’s Cocoon and of course, Adam Beyer’s Drumcode. In his time he has been responsible for underground hits like ‘Zoe’, ‘Polyester’ and ‘Fire In My Arms’, all of which demonstrate his dynamic understanding of sexy, dark and hypnotic techno grooves and at the same time have earned him plenty of great Beatport chart positions as well as respect from the best in the game. Incredibly, ‘Satellite’ is Sam’s first full-length album. Informed by his DJ gigs at legendary places like Berghain in Berlin and Cielo in New York, the album starts with a dystopian bit of sonic scene setting, as if a space ship is charging up ready to take off. From there it’s a case of getting straight down to business. ‘Another Chance’ is a spacey bit of cantering techno and ‘White’ is rooted in devastating kick drums and is riddled with serrated synth lines that build lots of great techno pressure. ‘Down’ is an undulating bit of funky techno complete with choice vocal flourishes and tracks like ‘Lotus’ are prime offerings from the deeper end of the scale. No two tracks sound the same on Satellite: Sam is always teasing out a new bit of texture, nailing a slightly different vibe or exploring different amounts of light and dark throughout the course of this most excellent album. This is evidenced by diverse cuts like ‘Dusty’, ‘Toxic’ and ‘Rave’. Despite ‘Satellite’ being Sam’s debut album, it showcases his seductive style in all its glory across 12 fantastic tracks that will leave you begging for more.

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2. Maceo Plex - Conjure Dreams - Drumcode - DC136

  • Published: 2014-12-08T14:26:34Z
  • By Drumcode
Maceo Plex - Conjure Dreams - Drumcode - DC136

We are happy to welcome Maceo Plex to Drumcode with the fourth instalment of his Conjure series, ‘Conjure Infinity’. Featuring two tracks ‘Conjure Dreams’ and ‘Conjure Floyd’, both are peak time monsters that introduce two very different elements. ‘Conjure Dreams’ utilises a groovy, melodic bass that is reinforced using tight thumping drums to shatter any dance floor into the universe. ‘Conjure Floyd’ builds into a more ‘heads down’ techno vibe with a very interesting breakdown. Two sure fire tracks to ignite the floor.

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3. Alan Fitzpatrick - Turn Down The Lights - Drumcode - DC134

  • Published: 2014-10-22T14:04:17Z
  • By Drumcode
Alan Fitzpatrick - Turn Down The Lights - Drumcode - DC134

Alan Fitzpatrick is back with a three-track EP that encapsulates what Alan’s Drumcode sound is all about. Hard-hitting drums that fire down onto the dance floor like cannon balls. Check! Intense key patterns that are as twisted as they are uplifting. Check! Beautiful melodies that seamlessly interlock with each element. Check! Big-sounding, infectious grooves and killer hooks generously sprinkled with the infamous Fitzpatrick magic over the top. CHECK! In short, this EP is everything we have come to expect from Alan over his long history with Drumcode (this is his 10th EP as a solo artist!), but still his sound remains fresh and super-charged for 2014. Alan Fitzpatrick Turn Down The Lights Drumcode Released: 27.10.14 (contains a sample from "The Revolution" by Superchumbo, courtesy of TWISTED Records Inc. (www.twistedrecords.com)

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4. Enrico Sangiuliano - Moon Rocks - Drumcode - DC160

  • Published: 2016-08-22T13:48:30Z
  • By Drumcode
Enrico Sangiuliano - Moon Rocks - Drumcode - DC160

Hot on the heels of the A-Sides Volume 5 compilation, Enrico Sangiuliano makes his return to Drumcode with his highly anticipated EP ‘Moon Rocks’. The heavy hitting four track EP shines a light on Sangiuliano’s tight, thundering production skills. The hoover heavy lead track ‘Moon Rocks’ is packed with booming percussion, intricate synths and brooding crescendos. The EP encapsulates Sangiuliano’s wide spectrum of sounds ranging from the fat bass line of ‘Moon Rocks’ to the more delicate harmonies shown within the ‘Dutch Kiss’ mixes whilst ‘Ghettoblaster’ sits somewhere in between.

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5. Adam Beyer Vs Dense & Pika - Future - Drumcode - DC166

  • Published: 2016-12-06T09:48:46Z
  • By Drumcode
Adam Beyer Vs Dense & Pika - Future - Drumcode - DC166

Highlighting sets everywhere from Awakenings during ADE to Spazio 900 in Rome, the tracks are hard-hitting master studies in industrial-edged techno. ‘Future’ is a chunky stomper perfect for the winter warehouse party season, as multi-layered synths and effects rub shoulders with heavy-set drums to ensure this one hits its target.

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6. Alan Fitzpatrick - For An Endless Night (Jel Ford Remix) - Drumcode - DC140

  • Published: 2015-04-13T11:25:39Z
  • By Drumcode
Alan Fitzpatrick - For An Endless Night (Jel Ford Remix) - Drumcode - DC140

A great philosopher (Samuel Johnson, not Ebeneezer Goode) once wrote… “our brightest blazes of gladness are commonly kindled by unexpected sparks”. While it would be a stretch to suggest the Drumcode artist roster are closet philosophy fans, once one begins to unravel the tale that led to Jel Ford remixing the 2012 Alan Fitzpatrick hit ‘For An Endless Night’ and it is impossible to escape the unexpected enterprise and spirit of surprise that are at the heart of this exciting collaboration. As fans of Adam Beyer’s label will testify, the two Drumcode names have more in common than just a label stable, they also share common ground with the peak-time melodic sound that has delivered many of the labels most memorable output. Ford being a much more recent addition than Fitzpatrick, whose history with the seminal Swedish imprint stretches back to 2009, however Ford’s history within techno goes back even further having released multiple EP’s through the early noughties on vintage UK techno labels including Dave Angel’s Rotation Records, Billy Nasty’s Tortured Records, Primate Recordings and Ford’s own Jericho imprint. It is within this shared passion for uplifting synths and big room melodies that the ‘unexpected spark’ of creativity that led to Ford remixing Fitzpatrick can be found. An long-time admirer of Fitzpatrick’s work, Ford had developed an idea for his alternative version and secretly worked on the remix long before any discussion of the project had taken place. Once given the draft version, Fitzpatrick immediately endorsed the remix, excited to have an updated version to breath new life into what had become a familiar staple of his sets for the past two years. Parts were swapped and the end result being the barnstorming end-of-night monster presented here. A track that will be familiar with many having been the subject of much social-media furor since it first surfaced back in Autumn 2014.

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7. Love Siren [Drumcode]

Love Siren [Drumcode]

This typically bombastic three-tracker of explosive, crowd-moving techno opens with ‘U Said U’. A massively hyped tracks that has been the subject of huge fan-demand since it first featured on Beyer’s Drumcode Radio in January. However, ’Love Siren’ will battle it out for the most attention from punters, packed with all the power and punch required to knock over festival crowds as it systematically builds and drops this is one for the big open air stages. ‘Rumours’ wraps things up in slightly more understated but non-the-less effective fashion with its drawn out, tension building intro mushrooming into a crescendo of sleazy chords and sparking melodies.

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8. Sam Paganini - The Beat (ft. Zøe)- Drumcode - DC162

  • Published: 2016-09-21T10:18:07Z
  • By Drumcode
Sam Paganini - The Beat (ft. Zøe)- Drumcode - DC162

Sam Paganini makes his return to Drumcode after his chart topping album ‘Satellite’ with a four track, pounding EP. ‘The Beat’, is crammed with thudding drums, reverberated vocals and floaty synth lines. The EP, packed with tantalising synths and explosive drops, will ignite any dance floor.

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9. Maceo Plex - Conjure Dreams - Drumcode - Dec 15th

Maceo Plex - Conjure Dreams - Drumcode - Dec 15th

taken from the last and final EP in the Conjure series. "Conjure Infinity" Release: December 15th on Drumcode

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10. Luigi Madonna - Unconditional Beauty - Drumcode - DC135

  • Published: 2014-11-19T12:26:36Z
  • By Drumcode
Luigi Madonna - Unconditional Beauty - Drumcode - DC135

Luigi Madonna returns to Drumcode a year after his superb single ‘Primo’ using familiar hooks, huge stabs and monstrous drums that storm across the dance floor which, are common with Mr Madonna. The hard hitting raw vibe of this EP gives Luigi an edge, with fluttering high’s and saturated lows, Luigi’s tracks are a mainstay in all DJ sets. The EP encompasses different emotions throughout that can be felt within the track ‘Singer One’, offering a more mellow side to Luigi’s already expansive catalogue.

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11. Luigi Madonna - Le Ly Land - Drumcode - DC146

  • Published: 2015-09-02T12:26:58Z
  • By Drumcode
Luigi Madonna - Le Ly Land - Drumcode - DC146

Storming his way back onto Drumcode Luigi Madonna closes off the Summer with a four track smasher that will see him welcome in Autumn with a bang. Each track contains the solid, raw drums that are the backbone to each track Luigi has conjured up. With a brooding undertone, the simplicity found in each track gives the lead lines and ideas more space to breath, which overall creates a unique and charismatic submission that can only be found from the Italian.

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12. DCR207 - Drumcode Radio Live - Adam Beyer live from Carl Cox at Space, Ibiza

  • Published: 2014-07-24T10:42:22Z
  • By adambeyer
DCR207 - Drumcode Radio Live - Adam Beyer live from Carl Cox at Space, Ibiza

This week on my Drumcode live show I have an hour from my set at Carl Cox at Space, Ibiza. Expect to hear tracks from Paul Ritch, Bart Skils and Sam Paganini. 01. Monika Kruse - Summer Drops [Nicole Moudaber remix] - Terminal M 02. Julian Jeweil - Los Pistolos - MINUSMAX21 03. Sam Paganini - Another Chance - Drumcode 04. Lowboys - Lost In A Dream - Bitten 05. Paride Saraceni - Domino Effect - Agile 06. Sharam, Manfred Mann’s Earth Band - Tripi feat. Manfred Mann’s Earth Band - Play it Say it 07. Chus & Ceballos, Leonardo Gonnelli - Soledad - Stereo 08. Sam Paganini - Lotus - Drumcode 09. Zoe Xenia - Crazy [Cari Lekebusch remix] - Monique Musique 10. Drunken Kong - Beat It - Unity 11. Pig & Dan - Power - Elevate 12. Dolby D & Tom Cohen - Air Drop [Frank Savio remix] - Seqdor 13. Bart Skils _ Shadowprint - Drumcode 14. Paul Ritch - Inside Me - Drumcode

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13. Mark Reeve - Run Back - Drumcode - DC151

  • Published: 2015-12-09T14:05:47Z
  • By Drumcode
Mark Reeve - Run Back - Drumcode - DC151

Mark Reeve presents his second release on Drumcode, ‘Run Back’, a four track EP crammed with heavy hitting kick drums and his signature big basslines. The dark sounds and heavy textures are typical of Reeve and he’s showing no sign of slowing down yet. Four tracks of brooding techno, this EP is one not to be missed.

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14. Dense & Pika - TEX - Drumcode - DC142

  • Published: 2015-05-20T11:41:08Z
  • By Drumcode
Dense & Pika - TEX - Drumcode - DC142

The Drumcode A-Sides compilation is quickly becoming synonymous within the techno world as a go to compilation for the hottest tracks that are deservedly A-side material in their own right. Each specific track has it own unique character that brings an outstanding and electrifying aspect to the compilation that as a whole makes it something extremely special. Mixing both highly experienced and new artists has helped to bring a new dimension to the compilation that makes it such a special array of tracks.

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15. Marco Faraone - Boost - Drumcode - DC154

  • Published: 2016-01-20T16:07:43Z
  • By Drumcode
Marco Faraone - Boost - Drumcode - DC154

Italy’s fastest rising name in house and techno returns to the respected Drumcode imprint with this blistering new 4-track EP, ‘Climax’. Featuring a distinctive vocal sample crescending over a typically thumping bassline, opening lead track ‘Climax’ grows gradually with the introduction of a single synth note and skipping hi-hats. Two beatless breakdowns increase the pressure whilst a new synth melody is introduced in the second, making for a powerful ending as all the elements join together. ‘Boost’ starts out deep and dark, with a high-pitched call echoing over a determined beat. The track changes course mid-way through with the introduction of a bassy, low-pitched synth melody, helping ‘Boost’ evolve into a catchier, more playful track. ‘Spectre’, a no-nonsense closing piece featuring a jittering synth note, rattling hi-hats and a trademark tension-filled breakdown. ‘Over The Clouds’, as its name would suggest, is the gentlest of the four tracks. Filled with dusty textures over a rumbling bassline, twinkling synths move in waves before lower-pitched chords join, adding a real sense of depth to this production. Overall, ‘Climax’ is an outstanding example of Faraone’s ear for detail as a producer: his experience as both a resident and touring DJ clearly feeds into his skill for manipulating tension in his productions like he does on the dancefloors. Having recently warmed up for Adam Beyer at Tenax, Marco Faraone’s relationship with the iconic label continues to grow.

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16. Alan Fitzpatrick - Eternia - Drumcode - DC152

  • Published: 2016-01-06T14:43:45Z
  • By Drumcode
Alan Fitzpatrick - Eternia - Drumcode - DC152

The Drumcode A-Sides compilation is quickly becoming an important fixture within the techno world as a go to compilation for the hottest tracks. Mixing both highly experienced and new artists helps to bring a new dimension to the compilation that makes it such a special array of tracks. All tracks individual, their unique characters bring an outstanding and electrifying aspect to the compilation that as a whole makes it something extremely special.

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17. Adam Beyer - Teach Me - Drumcode - DC132

  • Published: 2014-08-18T13:57:43Z
  • By Drumcode
Adam Beyer - Teach Me - Drumcode - DC132

Adam Beyer’s new EP titled ‘Teach Me’ is an accomplished piece of work that highlights Beyer's year thus far. 'Teach Me' starts with some eerie chords before the distinctive vocal kick in and the track drops into a rumbling techno track. ‘Darlek’ uses rhythmic beeps and huge synth stab to create a funky rhythm before the atmospheric pads create a beautiful setting for this incredible techno track. ‘Stop Talking’ is a deeper offering from Beyer using weird and unusual noises to create and interesting piece of work that is helped along by the throbbing bass underlying in the track. ‘Spaceman’ uses a rhythmic vocal, percussion and sub bass to turn this track into a funky techno piece.

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18. Alan Fitzpatrick - Brian’s Proper Dun One - Drumcode - DC173

  • Published: 2017-04-19T08:43:02Z
  • By Drumcode
Alan Fitzpatrick - Brian’s Proper Dun One - Drumcode - DC173

2016 was a standout year for Alan Fitzpatrick, with the Drumcode stalwart racing out of the gates in spectacular fashion with the release of his fabric 87 mix. A substantial amount of high profile shows followed, including appearing at the inaugural Junction 2 festival and closing the car park to a packed-to-the-rafters-crowd at Drumcode Halloween. He returns to Drumcode with ‘Brian’s Proper Dun One’, marking his first appearance on the label since late 2016 when he remixed Moby’s seminal ‘Porcelain’. The release opens with ‘Brian’s Proper Dun One’, a track which caused a Twitter meltdown on Alan’s profile when he first started playing it at the tail end of 2016. Loaded with sharp and pounding drums, this is an ethereal experience from start to finish and packs a real punch. It’s a no holds barred, certified main room anthem. ‘Wait A Second’ feat. mc r1bbz has been a staple of Adam Beyer’s sets of late and has been getting a lot of air time on Drumcode Radio. This rave inspired track takes a raw, stripped back approach and delivers a real killer blow. Alan sampled the vocals of mc r1bbz from an LTJ Bukem tape pack from the early 90s and the record tips its cap to early jungle raves around the M25. The release closes with ‘Trance, Init?’; A homage to Alan’s days first and foremost as a raver before he became a DJ, with his non-purist attitude when it comes to electronic music shining through. The breakdown is sure to be a hands in the air moment at festivals all over the globe this summer.

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19. Drumcode Stage Live from Awakenings 29.6.2014

  • Published: 2014-07-21T16:13:18Z
  • By adambeyer
Drumcode Stage Live from Awakenings 29.6.2014

Here is the full recording from the Drumcode stage at Awakenings that was broadcast on Drumcode Live. First up was Ida Engberg followed by Alan Fitzpatrick, Joseph Capriati, Paul Ritch and ended the stage myself! Enjoy!

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20. Sam Paganini - Dusty - Drumcode - DCCD10

  • Published: 2014-09-20T12:59:20Z
  • By Drumcode
Sam Paganini - Dusty - Drumcode - DCCD10

Foremost international techno outlet Drumcode is delighted to announce the release of its next full-length album, ‘Satellite’, by enduring Italian techno talent Sam Paganini. Though he has been active since the mid nineties, recent years have been hugely successful for Sam, with searing techno EPs coming on revered labels such as Riche Hawtin’s Plus8, Sven Vath’s Cocoon and of course, Adam Beyer’s Drumcode. In his time he has been responsible for underground hits like ‘Zoe’, ‘Polyester’ and ‘Fire In My Arms’, all of which demonstrate his dynamic understanding of sexy, dark and hypnotic techno grooves and at the same time have earned him plenty of great Beatport chart positions as well as respect from the best in the game. Incredibly, ‘Satellite’ is Sam’s first full-length album. Informed by his DJ gigs at legendary places like Berghain in Berlin and Cielo in New York, the album starts with a dystopian bit of sonic scene setting, as if a space ship is charging up ready to take off. From there it’s a case of getting straight down to business. ‘Another Chance’ is a spacey bit of cantering techno and ‘White’ is rooted in devastating kick drums and is riddled with serrated synth lines that build lots of great techno pressure. ‘Down’ is an undulating bit of funky techno complete with choice vocal flourishes and tracks like ‘Lotus’ are prime offerings from the deeper end of the scale. No two tracks sound the same on Satellite: Sam is always teasing out a new bit of texture, nailing a slightly different vibe or exploring different amounts of light and dark throughout the course of this most excellent album. This is evidenced by diverse cuts like ‘Dusty’, ‘Toxic’ and ‘Rave’. Despite ‘Satellite’ being Sam’s debut album, it showcases his seductive style in all its glory across 12 fantastic tracks that will leave you begging for more.

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