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01 Che Armstrong Pres. Charlie Alpha - Schrader (Original ‘Demo’ Mix)
02 Julian Jeweil - Green Room (Original Mix)
03 Nicolas Bougaieff - Decompress (Ambivalent remix)
04 Harvey McKay - Lost (Original mix)
05 Per Hammar - Tunnel (Original Mix)
06 Darren Emerson - Hot Dog (Florian Meindl Remix)
07 WHYT NOYZ - Night Night (Original Mix)
08 Macromism - Take Control (Original Mix)
09 Moderat - Bad Kingdom (Head High Remix)
10 Secluded - Suffering (Original Mix)
11 The Welderz - Other Music (Original Mix)
12 Joey Beltram - Energy Flash
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Presenting his new Charlie Alpha alias, Label boss Che Armstrong takes the reigns for the next release on Axon Recordings. With previous support and feedback from DJs such as Barry Jamieson, Darin Epsilon and Slam, we hope trend continues.
Wanting to showcase more of the sound that features in his DJ sets, and inspired by the sound of labels such as Minus and SCI TEC, ‘Schrader’ is Che’s take on techno. Featuring a tasty bass line, and some great percussive elements, the track has a great underground feel and should work well for a lot of DJs. We’re looking forward to hearing more from the Charlie Alpha alias.
After their tasty remix for Che Armstrong & Chris Johnson’s ‘Warehouse 34’, Paul Martinez & Fiddler are back, with our first release of 2014. Between them, they’ve had some great releases on labels such as Baroque, Balkan Connection and Method, so very pleased to now welcome them to Axon.
The original mix of ‘Redemption’ is a deep tech house affair, but could easily crossover in to progressive house territory. It features some superb percussive elements, plenty of atmosphere, and is topped off with a wonderfully melancholic vocal. Great work here… We’re already looking forward to a follow up!
The first of the remixes on ‘Redemption’ comes from the massively talented Silinder, who keeps it deep and atmospheric. Everything we’ve come to love and expect from this talented producer.
Hungarian DJ Chriss Ronson, who frequently supports names such as John Digweed and Sasha, takes time out of his busy schedule, and completes the package with his own interpretation of ‘Redemption’. Chriss’ makes excellent use of the original elements, while keeping it skilfully understated.
Che Armstrong and Chris Johnson are back at Axon Recordings with another superb collaboration. Their last release together saw some great feedback and comments, from DJs such as Barry Jamieson, Max Graham, Darin Epsilon and Slam. We hope you enjoy their latest one.
With ‘Warehouse 34’, the guys have opted to show us more of their techno side. They’ve created a tasty track, with some great percussive elements, and a solid groove. The track also has some great melodic elements, which work well to take the track to the next level, and reminds us if their previous work.
The first remix comes from TR20, which is a collaboration between Axon artist Withakay and Joshua Tobin. They’ve done an amazing job and have created a deep and moody techno version, with a nice organic feel. Meanwhile, the second remix comes from Paul Martinez and Fiddler, who’ve opted for more of a tech house vibe. With the bassline taking centre stage, and the addition of a cool vocal sample, they’ve also done a great job on this one.
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05 John Selway - On Time (Original Mix)
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