01 tINO - Mine Has A Shower (Pulshar Remake)
02 M.A.N.D.Y. Vs. LOPAZZ - Full Off 12
03 Gregorythme - Artificial Tears
04 Damian Lazarus, Shaun Reeves, Art Department, BLUD - Robot Heart (Original Mix)
05 Mooryc - Dive (Mind Against Remix)
06 Victor Munhoz - Black Bass (Original Mix)
07 Butch - LED Ceiling
08 Flashmob - Pieces (Panorama Mix)
09 Kris Wadsworth - It’s Time
10 Daniel Avery - Water Jump
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AXON RECORDINGS is proud to be hosting room 2 at Newcastle’s #1 trance night, NATIVE.
As NATIVE celebrate their 2nd Birthday in the main-room of this intimate 300 capacity venue, AXON RECORDINGS will be upstairs providing a sound track of TECHNO, TECH HOUSE and DEEP PROGRESSIVE.
AXON 2ND ROOM - LINE-UP
Scotty.A (Axon, Armada, Proton, DAR)
DJ Mix - http://tmblr.co/Zh5hSvcNssOn
Anthony Yarranton (Axon, Armada, Baroque, Lowbit)
DJ Mix - http://tmblr.co/Zh5hSvbBlk50
Che Armstrong (Axon, Nueva, Neuroscience)
DJ MIX - http://tmblr.co/Zh5hSvTGmgQn
NATIVE MAIN ROOM LINE-UP
Manuel Le Saux
Nymark & Dryden
More info on the main-room can be found here - http://ow.ly/iLxIy
After some superb releases with us in 2012, Withakay returns to the label with yet another great release. His previous releases gained some feedback from DJs such as Nick Warren, Tilt, Cid Inc and Luke Porter. We hope this continues with his first release of 2013.
Filled with elements of deep melodic techno, ‘Voices In My Head’ has a wonderfully melancholic feel to it. Making great use of his modular synth, the track features Withakay’s unique analogue sound. He was also kind enough to provide us with the alt.mix, for those who like a glitchy alternative sound.
Backing up the original mixes are two superb remixes from LoQuai and Onkakmir. Each providing a different take on the orignal mix, the guys have done amazing jobs here, reworking the track in to their own style. The remixes complete the package perfectly, but definitely make it hard to pick a favourite!
01 Tom Middleton - Sea Of Glass (Jon Hopkins remix)
02 Regen - Limetew
03 Casino Times - I Wana Know (Dave DK remix)
04 Danza Macabra - The Woods (Patlac remix)
05 Dusty Kid - Jknoussa (Dave DK remix)
06 Saschienne - Unknown (Dixon Remix)
07 Soy Mustafa - The Return Of The Anunnaki (John Tejada Remix)
08 Phonogenic - DesenJumi
09 Christian Prommer & Roland Appel - Return Of Aquarius
10 Kollektiv Turmstrasse - Ordinary (Lake People’s Circle Motive remix)
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Winter Picks 2012 is a retrospective look at Axon’s first 10 releases. We’ve hand-picked our favourite tracks from each release, so be sure to grab this bundle if you missed them the first time!
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For our final release of 2012, we gladly welcome the talented Anthony Yarranton to the label for his full debut. Anthony, who’s seen some great releases on labels like Baroque, Vaopur and Lowbit, has seen his tracks supported by the likes of Paul Oakenfold, Dave Seaman, Kassey Voorn and Tilt. We hope you enjoy his new one!
‘Bohemian Groove’ has a solid and deep progressive sound at it’s core. Anthony makes the track interesting, with infulences of techno and tech house coming through. It should crossover ad appeal to a wide selection of DJs.
Remix duties fall with the ever reliable Scotty.A and Withakay. Scotty works his magic on the track. The prog/tech elements of the original suit Scotty’s style perfectly. With a great analogue feel to them, Withakay delivers 2 versions and edges towards melodic techno territory. Great work all round!
01 Layo & Bushwacka! - Rising & Falling
02 Umit Han - An Einem Traurigen Morgen
03Graham Laverty - If U Need Me (Withakay Remix)
04 Pig & Dan - Natives (Dosem remix)
05 Maetrik - Walk ALone (Maceo Plex Revenge mix)
06 Hot Chip - Flutes (Sasha remix)
07 Max Cooper - Spiral Inflections
08 Agoria - Panta Rei (Max Cooper Remix)
09 Anthony Yarranton - Bohemian Groove (Withakay’s Noho remix)
10 John Digweed & Nick Muir - Raise (Electric Rescue Remix)
11 Gary Beck - Bring A Friend
12 Max Cooper - Gravity Well (Microtrauma remix)
13 Wiretappeur - Iridescent
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The next release on Axon comes from Newcastle based DJ and producer, Graham Laverty. Graham has had some great releases on labels such as Deep Edition, Plusquam, Tribal Rage and Maktub, as well as some big DJ support. We’re very pleased to welcome him to the family!
With ‘If U Need Me’, Graham has created a tasty slice of tech house. The track has a solid tribal-esque groove, along with a superb rolling bass line. The addition of the female vocal sample takes the track to the next level. Graham proves here he’s definitely a name to watch!
Remixes come from Eliogold, Withakay and Michael K Pres. DarXoul. Eliogold stays with the tech house vibes, while adding his own unique flavour. Meanwhile, Withakay and DarXoul give ‘If U Need Me’ a techno rework. Withakay’s version edged towards a twisted and melodic techno sound, and DarXoul gives his version a big festival sound.
With a follow up to his ‘Kanada’ release, Withakay makes a welcomed return to Axon with his ‘Cartesian EP’. His last release received some nice feedback from DJs such as Nick Warren, Tilt, Armin van Buuren, Cid Inc, Luke Porter and Max Graham. We hope you enjoy this new EP, where we’re treated to more of Withakay’s trademark techy-prog sound!
This EP features the tracks ‘Cartesian’, ‘Borgia’, and ‘Expect Delays’. Each track is a fusion of styles, taking elements of techno, tech house and progressive. Overall, we think this is a massive EP, and we hope you enjoy it as much as us!
The next release on Axon comes from the promising young French producer, Matt Fax. Although still only a teenager, he has already had some successful releases on labels such as Neuroscience and Lowbit. His tracks have been supported by the likes of Jaytech, Jeremy Olander, Fehrplay, dPen and Pierce Fulton. We’re pleased to welcome him aboard!
Kicking off this EP is the title track ‘Solaris’. This one has a tasty techno vibe, but should also appeal to fans of progressive. Matt has created some great atphospheric elements that really work with the driving feel of the track. Big stuff!
Finishing things off is ‘Center Kill’, which is a solid piece of progressive house. Matt certainly shows his versatility as a producer here, as this one takes us on a melodic journey. Another big track here!