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  • Premiere: Jamie Jones & Darius Syrossian 'Eyes Of The Night'
    Mixmag
    07:10
    Techno
    13,564

    Buy: https://bit.ly/2kPKfjJ UK dance music dignitaries Jamie Jones and Darius Syrossian make their debut on Adam Beyer's Drumcode with 'Eyes of the Night', a high-octane dancefloor accelerator set to land on the label's 'A-Sides Vol.8' compilation on September 23.

  • Luca Agnelli — Apollo — A-Sides Vol. 8 — Drumcode — DC211
    Drumcode
    06:47
    Techno
    6,625

    A testament to the growth of Adam Beyer’s scene-leading label, Drumcode annual A-Sides Vol.8 is the brand’s biggest yet. The 25-track strong compilation features standout cuts Beyer has received over the last 12 months, but been unable to find room for in Drumcode’s regular release schedule, such is the volume and high standard of music that’s submitted. The highlight-rich compilation includes Jamie Jones & Darius Syrossian’s buzzy Drumcode debut ‘Eyes of the Night’, Nicole Moudaber’s first DC release in 5 years with the mesmerizing ‘This Is Us’, Will Clarke’s bass-drenched re-work of Adam Beyer & Bart Skils ‘Your Mind’ and Joey Beltram’s first Drumcode release in 11 years with the retro-tinged ‘Can You Feel It’. The beloved Alan Fitzpatrick returns to the fold with the searing ‘Heiße Rakete’, alongside label mainstays Layton Giordani, who drops the stirring chord-driven ‘Chrome’ and Wehbba with ‘Mantra’, combining techno classicism with future-focused groove. There’s a troupe of debutants donning the Drumcode jersey for the first time, including BEC, Shelley Johannson, Anthony Castaldo, Avision, Zimmz, Woo York, SAMA (in a terrific collaboration with Secret Cinema) and Ilija Djokovic, who delivers a shimmering highlight with ‘Aura’, a particular favourite of Beyer’s over the last year. Raxon also debuts on the label after a couple of quality additions to the Truesoul back catalogue. Exciting young guns Weska and Juliet Fox bring heat to the compilation, while Veerus and Timmo follow up strong DC releases with a repeat dose. Elsewhere faithful contributors Ramon Tapia, Jay Lumen, Luca Agnelli, Marco Bailey and Mark Reeve craft powerful dancefloor weapons.

  • DCR476 – Drumcode Radio Live – Alan Fitzpatrick live from Drumcode Festival, Amsterdam
    adambeyer
    01:00:03
    Techno
    9,389

    DCR476 – Drumcode Radio Live – Alan Fitzpatrick live from Drumcode Festival, Amsterdam Drumcode Radio Live this week is a live mix from Alan Fitzpatrick recorded in Amsterdam. 01 Introversion - Onryo 02 KUSP - Bodied 03 Ramon Tapia - Entity (Original Mix) 04 KUSP - Diss 05 Giovanni Carozza - Untitled 06 Klangkünstler - Razor 07 Trance Wax - Trancewax 23 B1 08 Raffaele Rizzi - Fluorescent 09 Brennen Grey - Of All The Things I’ve Lost 10 Tiger Stripes - Ignition 11 KUSP - Follow Us 12 Alan Fitzpatrick - Skeksis (Gary Beck VIP Mix) 13 Shlomi Aber - Code (Be As One) 14 Jay Lumen - Rave Me 15 KUSP - Wurk 16 Green Velvet - Flash (The Advent & Industrialyzer Remix) 17 A.S.H - Kiss

  • FALL HARDCORE 2019 MIX
    LIL TEXAS
    48:12
    TEXCORE
    6,143

    1. Thyron - Crowd Control 2. Ressurectz - Shadows 3. Thyron - Mindslave 4. Delete - Munky Shit VIP 5. Mind Dimension & The Purge - Let's Do This 6. Radical Redemption & D-Sturb - Testarossa 7. Unresolved - Slam 8. Act of Rage & Killshot - Day for Night 9. Thyron & Unresolved - Foul Play 10. Ncrypta - Black Air 2019 11. Unkind - Ready to Go 12. Re-Mind & Unkind - Death 13. Unresolved & Project Core - Worlds Collide 14. Blaster & DJ Mad Dog - Warrior Song 15. Dither & N-Vitral - Real Droppa 16. Broken Minds & Anime - Absolute Power 17. Angerfist & I;gor - Gangsterizm 18. Angerfist - Street Fighter (Audiofreq Remix) 19. Sub Sonik & Korsakoff - Revolt (Official Revolt 2019 Anthem) [feat. Tha Watcher] [Korsakoff Remix] 20. Miss K8 - The Poison (N-Vitral Remix) 21. N-Vitral & Deadly Guns - ill Street Blues 22. Public Enemies - Give Me a Sign 23. Paul Elstak & Deadly Guns - The Ultimate Paul Elstak Mash-Up 24. Masters of Ceremony - Under Control (Furyan Extended Remix) 25. Partyraiser & Repix - Ode to the Godfather 26. Lil Texas - ID 27. Miss Enemy - F#ckin' Man 28. Lil Texas - ID 29. Lil Texas - ID 30. Guerrillas - Lose It 31. Nefarious & Rob Gee - Wicked 32. Nosferatu & Repix - Sounds of Revolution 33. Miss Enemy & The Freaky Bastard - Killah 34. Lil Texas - ID 35. CRYOGENiC - On a Leash (MBK Remix) 36. Killshot - Beastmode (Gpf's Greaze Mode Remix) 37. De Schiedamse Schutters & Krimpens Geweld - Pokkeherrie (Chaotic Hostility Remix) 38. Lil Texas & GPF - ID

  • Woo York — Rainforest Mystery — A-Sides Vol. 8 — Drumcode — DC211
    Drumcode
    06:40
    Techno
    4,385

    A testament to the growth of Adam Beyer’s scene-leading label, Drumcode annual A-Sides Vol.8 is the brand’s biggest yet. The 25-track strong compilation features standout cuts Beyer has received over the last 12 months, but been unable to find room for in Drumcode’s regular release schedule, such is the volume and high standard of music that’s submitted. The highlight-rich compilation includes Jamie Jones & Darius Syrossian’s buzzy Drumcode debut ‘Eyes of the Night’, Nicole Moudaber’s first DC release in 5 years with the mesmerizing ‘This Is Us’, Will Clarke’s bass-drenched re-work of Adam Beyer & Bart Skils ‘Your Mind’ and Joey Beltram’s first Drumcode release in 11 years with the retro-tinged ‘Can You Feel It’. The beloved Alan Fitzpatrick returns to the fold with the searing ‘Heiße Rakete’, alongside label mainstays Layton Giordani, who drops the stirring chord-driven ‘Chrome’ and Wehbba with ‘Mantra’, combining techno classicism with future-focused groove. There’s a troupe of debutants donning the Drumcode jersey for the first time, including BEC, Shelley Johannson, Anthony Castaldo, Avision, Zimmz, Woo York, SAMA (in a terrific collaboration with Secret Cinema) and Ilija Djokovic, who delivers a shimmering highlight with ‘Aura’, a particular favourite of Beyer’s over the last year. Raxon also debuts on the label after a couple of quality additions to the Truesoul back catalogue. Exciting young guns Weska and Juliet Fox bring heat to the compilation, while Veerus and Timmo follow up strong DC releases with a repeat dose. Elsewhere faithful contributors Ramon Tapia, Jay Lumen, Luca Agnelli, Marco Bailey and Mark Reeve craft powerful dancefloor weapons.

  • Raxon — Dream Space — A-Sides Vol. 8 — Drumcode — DC211
    Drumcode
    07:01
    Techno
    4,387

    A testament to the growth of Adam Beyer’s scene-leading label, Drumcode annual A-Sides Vol.8 is the brand’s biggest yet. The 25-track strong compilation features standout cuts Beyer has received over the last 12 months, but been unable to find room for in Drumcode’s regular release schedule, such is the volume and high standard of music that’s submitted. The highlight-rich compilation includes Jamie Jones & Darius Syrossian’s buzzy Drumcode debut ‘Eyes of the Night’, Nicole Moudaber’s first DC release in 5 years with the mesmerizing ‘This Is Us’, Will Clarke’s bass-drenched re-work of Adam Beyer & Bart Skils ‘Your Mind’ and Joey Beltram’s first Drumcode release in 11 years with the retro-tinged ‘Can You Feel It’. The beloved Alan Fitzpatrick returns to the fold with the searing ‘Heiße Rakete’, alongside label mainstays Layton Giordani, who drops the stirring chord-driven ‘Chrome’ and Wehbba with ‘Mantra’, combining techno classicism with future-focused groove. There’s a troupe of debutants donning the Drumcode jersey for the first time, including BEC, Shelley Johannson, Anthony Castaldo, Avision, Zimmz, Woo York, SAMA (in a terrific collaboration with Secret Cinema) and Ilija Djokovic, who delivers a shimmering highlight with ‘Aura’, a particular favourite of Beyer’s over the last year. Raxon also debuts on the label after a couple of quality additions to the Truesoul back catalogue. Exciting young guns Weska and Juliet Fox bring heat to the compilation, while Veerus and Timmo follow up strong DC releases with a repeat dose. Elsewhere faithful contributors Ramon Tapia, Jay Lumen, Luca Agnelli, Marco Bailey and Mark Reeve craft powerful dancefloor weapons.

  • Ilija Djokovic — Aura — A-Sides Vol. 8 — Drumcode — DC211
    Drumcode
    06:51
    Techno
    4,135

    A testament to the growth of Adam Beyer’s scene-leading label, Drumcode annual A-Sides Vol.8 is the brand’s biggest yet. The 25-track strong compilation features standout cuts Beyer has received over the last 12 months, but been unable to find room for in Drumcode’s regular release schedule, such is the volume and high standard of music that’s submitted. The highlight-rich compilation includes Jamie Jones & Darius Syrossian’s buzzy Drumcode debut ‘Eyes of the Night’, Nicole Moudaber’s first DC release in 5 years with the mesmerizing ‘This Is Us’, Will Clarke’s bass-drenched re-work of Adam Beyer & Bart Skils ‘Your Mind’ and Joey Beltram’s first Drumcode release in 11 years with the retro-tinged ‘Can You Feel It’. The beloved Alan Fitzpatrick returns to the fold with the searing ‘Heiße Rakete’, alongside label mainstays Layton Giordani, who drops the stirring chord-driven ‘Chrome’ and Wehbba with ‘Mantra’, combining techno classicism with future-focused groove. There’s a troupe of debutants donning the Drumcode jersey for the first time, including BEC, Shelley Johannson, Anthony Castaldo, Avision, Zimmz, Woo York, SAMA (in a terrific collaboration with Secret Cinema) and Ilija Djokovic, who delivers a shimmering highlight with ‘Aura’, a particular favourite of Beyer’s over the last year. Raxon also debuts on the label after a couple of quality additions to the Truesoul back catalogue. Exciting young guns Weska and Juliet Fox bring heat to the compilation, while Veerus and Timmo follow up strong DC releases with a repeat dose. Elsewhere faithful contributors Ramon Tapia, Jay Lumen, Luca Agnelli, Marco Bailey and Mark Reeve craft powerful dancefloor weapons.

  • Juliet Fox — Was Beautiful — A-Sides Vol. 8 — Drumcode — DC211
    Drumcode
    07:42
    Techno
    3,930

    A testament to the growth of Adam Beyer’s scene-leading label, Drumcode annual A-Sides Vol.8 is the brand’s biggest yet. The 25-track strong compilation features standout cuts Beyer has received over the last 12 months, but been unable to find room for in Drumcode’s regular release schedule, such is the volume and high standard of music that’s submitted. The highlight-rich compilation includes Jamie Jones & Darius Syrossian’s buzzy Drumcode debut ‘Eyes of the Night’, Nicole Moudaber’s first DC release in 5 years with the mesmerizing ‘This Is Us’, Will Clarke’s bass-drenched re-work of Adam Beyer & Bart Skils ‘Your Mind’ and Joey Beltram’s first Drumcode release in 11 years with the retro-tinged ‘Can You Feel It’. The beloved Alan Fitzpatrick returns to the fold with the searing ‘Heiße Rakete’, alongside label mainstays Layton Giordani, who drops the stirring chord-driven ‘Chrome’ and Wehbba with ‘Mantra’, combining techno classicism with future-focused groove. There’s a troupe of debutants donning the Drumcode jersey for the first time, including BEC, Shelley Johannson, Anthony Castaldo, Avision, Zimmz, Woo York, SAMA (in a terrific collaboration with Secret Cinema) and Ilija Djokovic, who delivers a shimmering highlight with ‘Aura’, a particular favourite of Beyer’s over the last year. Raxon also debuts on the label after a couple of quality additions to the Truesoul back catalogue. Exciting young guns Weska and Juliet Fox bring heat to the compilation, while Veerus and Timmo follow up strong DC releases with a repeat dose. Elsewhere faithful contributors Ramon Tapia, Jay Lumen, Luca Agnelli, Marco Bailey and Mark Reeve craft powerful dancefloor weapons.

  • Mark Reeve — Get It — A-Sides Vol. 8 — Drumcode — DC211
    Drumcode
    06:45
    Techno
    3,546

    A testament to the growth of Adam Beyer’s scene-leading label, Drumcode annual A-Sides Vol.8 is the brand’s biggest yet. The 25-track strong compilation features standout cuts Beyer has received over the last 12 months, but been unable to find room for in Drumcode’s regular release schedule, such is the volume and high standard of music that’s submitted. The highlight-rich compilation includes Jamie Jones & Darius Syrossian’s buzzy Drumcode debut ‘Eyes of the Night’, Nicole Moudaber’s first DC release in 5 years with the mesmerizing ‘This Is Us’, Will Clarke’s bass-drenched re-work of Adam Beyer & Bart Skils ‘Your Mind’ and Joey Beltram’s first Drumcode release in 11 years with the retro-tinged ‘Can You Feel It’. The beloved Alan Fitzpatrick returns to the fold with the searing ‘Heiße Rakete’, alongside label mainstays Layton Giordani, who drops the stirring chord-driven ‘Chrome’ and Wehbba with ‘Mantra’, combining techno classicism with future-focused groove. There’s a troupe of debutants donning the Drumcode jersey for the first time, including BEC, Shelley Johannson, Anthony Castaldo, Avision, Zimmz, Woo York, SAMA (in a terrific collaboration with Secret Cinema) and Ilija Djokovic, who delivers a shimmering highlight with ‘Aura’, a particular favourite of Beyer’s over the last year. Raxon also debuts on the label after a couple of quality additions to the Truesoul back catalogue. Exciting young guns Weska and Juliet Fox bring heat to the compilation, while Veerus and Timmo follow up strong DC releases with a repeat dose. Elsewhere faithful contributors Ramon Tapia, Jay Lumen, Luca Agnelli, Marco Bailey and Mark Reeve craft powerful dancefloor weapons.

  • Alan Fitzpatrick — Heiße Rakete — A-Sides Vol. 8 — Drumcode — DC211
    Drumcode
    06:51
    Techno
    3,418

    A testament to the growth of Adam Beyer’s scene-leading label, Drumcode annual A-Sides Vol.8 is the brand’s biggest yet. The 25-track strong compilation features standout cuts Beyer has received over the last 12 months, but been unable to find room for in Drumcode’s regular release schedule, such is the volume and high standard of music that’s submitted. The highlight-rich compilation includes Jamie Jones & Darius Syrossian’s buzzy Drumcode debut ‘Eyes of the Night’, Nicole Moudaber’s first DC release in 5 years with the mesmerizing ‘This Is Us’, Will Clarke’s bass-drenched re-work of Adam Beyer & Bart Skils ‘Your Mind’ and Joey Beltram’s first Drumcode release in 11 years with the retro-tinged ‘Can You Feel It’. The beloved Alan Fitzpatrick returns to the fold with the searing ‘Heiße Rakete’, alongside label mainstays Layton Giordani, who drops the stirring chord-driven ‘Chrome’ and Wehbba with ‘Mantra’, combining techno classicism with future-focused groove. There’s a troupe of debutants donning the Drumcode jersey for the first time, including BEC, Shelley Johannson, Anthony Castaldo, Avision, Zimmz, Woo York, SAMA (in a terrific collaboration with Secret Cinema) and Ilija Djokovic, who delivers a shimmering highlight with ‘Aura’, a particular favourite of Beyer’s over the last year. Raxon also debuts on the label after a couple of quality additions to the Truesoul back catalogue. Exciting young guns Weska and Juliet Fox bring heat to the compilation, while Veerus and Timmo follow up strong DC releases with a repeat dose. Elsewhere faithful contributors Ramon Tapia, Jay Lumen, Luca Agnelli, Marco Bailey and Mark Reeve craft powerful dancefloor weapons.

  • Veerus — Prophecy — A-Sides Vol. 8 — Drumcode — DC211
    Drumcode
    07:15
    Techno
    3,452

    A testament to the growth of Adam Beyer’s scene-leading label, Drumcode annual A-Sides Vol.8 is the brand’s biggest yet. The 25-track strong compilation features standout cuts Beyer has received over the last 12 months, but been unable to find room for in Drumcode’s regular release schedule, such is the volume and high standard of music that’s submitted. The highlight-rich compilation includes Jamie Jones & Darius Syrossian’s buzzy Drumcode debut ‘Eyes of the Night’, Nicole Moudaber’s first DC release in 5 years with the mesmerizing ‘This Is Us’, Will Clarke’s bass-drenched re-work of Adam Beyer & Bart Skils ‘Your Mind’ and Joey Beltram’s first Drumcode release in 11 years with the retro-tinged ‘Can You Feel It’. The beloved Alan Fitzpatrick returns to the fold with the searing ‘Heiße Rakete’, alongside label mainstays Layton Giordani, who drops the stirring chord-driven ‘Chrome’ and Wehbba with ‘Mantra’, combining techno classicism with future-focused groove. There’s a troupe of debutants donning the Drumcode jersey for the first time, including BEC, Shelley Johannson, Anthony Castaldo, Avision, Zimmz, Woo York, SAMA (in a terrific collaboration with Secret Cinema) and Ilija Djokovic, who delivers a shimmering highlight with ‘Aura’, a particular favourite of Beyer’s over the last year. Raxon also debuts on the label after a couple of quality additions to the Truesoul back catalogue. Exciting young guns Weska and Juliet Fox bring heat to the compilation, while Veerus and Timmo follow up strong DC releases with a repeat dose. Elsewhere faithful contributors Ramon Tapia, Jay Lumen, Luca Agnelli, Marco Bailey and Mark Reeve craft powerful dancefloor weapons.

  • EntzugszKlinique & Cracky Koksberg - Saufen, Ficken, Drogen Nehmen (Laserboys Remix)
    Cracky Koksberg [Hell Kartell/EFN/BUMSMUSIK]
    03:02
    Techno
    53,995

    Laserboys Remix Link zum Orginal Track: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZRdsC1hrIlA EntzugszKlinique: https://soundcloud.com/entzug-s-zklinique Viel Spaß mit dem Track ❤️

  • B2 FJAAK - They Can`t Smell Us
    FJAAK
    00:59
    Techno
    2,255

    FJAAK 005 Out Soon! https://clonedistribution.com/release/57712

  • Secret Cinema & SAMA — Diviner — A-Sides Vol. 8 — Drumcode — DC211
    Drumcode
    07:40
    Techno
    3,179

    A testament to the growth of Adam Beyer’s scene-leading label, Drumcode annual A-Sides Vol.8 is the brand’s biggest yet. The 25-track strong compilation features standout cuts Beyer has received over the last 12 months, but been unable to find room for in Drumcode’s regular release schedule, such is the volume and high standard of music that’s submitted. The highlight-rich compilation includes Jamie Jones & Darius Syrossian’s buzzy Drumcode debut ‘Eyes of the Night’, Nicole Moudaber’s first DC release in 5 years with the mesmerizing ‘This Is Us’, Will Clarke’s bass-drenched re-work of Adam Beyer & Bart Skils ‘Your Mind’ and Joey Beltram’s first Drumcode release in 11 years with the retro-tinged ‘Can You Feel It’. The beloved Alan Fitzpatrick returns to the fold with the searing ‘Heiße Rakete’, alongside label mainstays Layton Giordani, who drops the stirring chord-driven ‘Chrome’ and Wehbba with ‘Mantra’, combining techno classicism with future-focused groove. There’s a troupe of debutants donning the Drumcode jersey for the first time, including BEC, Shelley Johannson, Anthony Castaldo, Avision, Zimmz, Woo York, SAMA (in a terrific collaboration with Secret Cinema) and Ilija Djokovic, who delivers a shimmering highlight with ‘Aura’, a particular favourite of Beyer’s over the last year. Raxon also debuts on the label after a couple of quality additions to the Truesoul back catalogue. Exciting young guns Weska and Juliet Fox bring heat to the compilation, while Veerus and Timmo follow up strong DC releases with a repeat dose. Elsewhere faithful contributors Ramon Tapia, Jay Lumen, Luca Agnelli, Marco Bailey and Mark Reeve craft powerful dancefloor weapons.

  • Matzimal - FUCK YOU
    Matzimal
    04:18
    Techno
    7,984

    Hey hey, mal wieder etwas neues für euch. :) Ich würde mich über einen Daumen auf meiner Seite freuen, um noch mehr Leute mit dieser Musik erreichen zu können :) https://www.facebook.com/MatzimalOfficial

  • Premiere: Ansome - Ripper Transistor [HVNWHT003]
    HATE
    05:11
    Techno
    3,767

    HATE exclusive premiere. Full streaming of the EP soon on our HATE Youtube channel. Support the label, buy it here: https://havenakl.bandcamp.com/album/sardonic-tonality-vol-1-hvnwht003 Artist: Various Artists Title: Sardonic Tonality Vol. 1 Label: HAVEN Catalogue: HVNWHT003 Format: 12" Vinyl Genre: Electronic Style: Techno Release date: September 27, 2019 A1 produced and mixed by Kieran Whitefield A2 produced and mixed by James Barrett B1 produced and mixed by Mathis Mootz and David Frisch B2 produced and mixed by Nikita Stepanov Tracklist: 1. Ansome - Ripper Transistor 2. Keepsakes - Transgression Via Assimilation 3. New Frames - Scatter 4. Draag - Core The third release in Haven’s white label series keeps up its focus on crunchy dance floor bangers with the first in a line of special VA compilations with ‘Sardonic Tonality Vol.1’. The record starts with a bang on the A1 with a noise-drenched banger of colossal proportions from everyone’s favourite UK modular wizard Ansome - mammoth kicks, crisp percussion, and a rolling synth line ensure a moving dungeon dance floor in this leviathan of a track. This is followed by a trippy smasher from Haven co-head Keepsakes on the A2, featuring twisted vocal samples, hellish pads, and pounding drum patterns for fans of demonic techno heaters. The B-side is kicked off with a hectic pounder from New Frames on the B1, with a hyperactive EBM-style bass-line, tight drum programming and contorted voices making up a frenetic dance floor weapon. Finally, the release ends with a creepy, tumultuous journey from Russia’s Draag on the B2. Evolving, pulsating synth work and frenzied percussion make up this fevered march down a wormhole, closing out yet another soundtrack to society’s decay from the Haven team. Follow HAVEN here: https://soundcloud.com/havenakl https://www.instagram.com/hav3nintl/ https://www.facebook.com/havenakl https://www.residentadvisor.net/record-label.aspx?id=16171 ___ DISCLAIMER: All tracks are uploaded in a low quality for promotional purposes only and with buy links to respect label and artists. If either label, artist or third party copyright holder do not agree with their material being uploaded please contact us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hatecollective/ or via email: [email protected] Follow us on SOUNDCLOUD for exclusive podcast series: https://soundcloud.com/hate_music Follow us on INSTAGRAM for releases previews and news: https://www.instagram.com/hate_collective

  • #SlamRadio - 364 - Kessell
    Slam
    01:02:52
    Techno
    2,108

    **We've created a place to discuss and stay up to date with Slam Radio=> http://bit.ly/SlamRadioGroup Kessell is the alter ego of Valentin Corujo, half of the Exium duo and Polegroup member, this is his solo project where he explores the most liquid of his sonic palette. Granulart Recordings is his new label, physical/digital label focused on the deepest side of techno with dub, classic Detroit sound and 90´s techno influences, designed both to release his own stuff as well as music from artists that fit the philosophy of the label. A label where precision and musicality occur hand in hand with the intention of creating timeless pieces, outside the passage of time, sounds you can enjoy as a delicatessen over the years. www.granulart.es www.polegroup.net/kessell.php www.facebook.com/dj.kessell www.soundcloud.com/kessell www.facebook.com/granulart www.soundcloud.com/granulart Listen to all Slam Radio shows here https://soundcloud.com/soma/sets/slam-radio facebook.com/Slam.soma instagram.com/slam_djs twitter.com/slamdjs slam-djs.com Subscribe on Spotify: bit.ly/SlamRadioOnSpotify Subscribe on iTunes: itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/slam-radio/id584845850 Slam Radio is produced at http://www.glowcast.co.uk For syndication or radio queries, email [email protected] and [email protected]

  • Frühsauna | b2b sin:port | Dampfa | Sisyphos (Entstation Gänsehaut)
    Maurice Mino
    02:59:26
    Techno
    5,234

    5 Stunden harte Dampferfahrt! Part II ist nun raus. DANKE an jeden der mit uns im Dampfer Sauniert hat. Das war so böse fett. Vabali kostet 2 Stunden 25€, hier gabs 5 Stunden für 15€. @sinport: www.facebook.com/sinportberlin/ Updates: www.facebook.com/mauricemino/ Monophobia: www.facebook.com/angstvormalleinsein/