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  • Release Date 2014-04-04
  • Label AUX
  • Catalog AUX032
AUX:TECH:03.2 is the final installment of the 3rd AUX:TECH series, delivering another action packed EP brimming with cutting edge underground talent and razor sharp grooves for the dance floor.Hailing from Moscow, Pourtex makes their debut on AUX with a powerful breakbeat driven masterpiece. With a unique and original style, (as recommended by none other than James Zabiela!) these eastern upstarts are certainly ones to keep an eye on with plenty more releases lined up for later this year.

PRZK is up next, laying down a deep, minimalist Techno number with Dog Food showcasing this young producers versatality and skills in the studio. Keeping it cheeky and quirky, his stripped back sound has a fat and chunky groove.

This is followed by Rcaines deep and brooding Freakin Speely which takes a dangerous journey to the dark side. Sparse breakbeats combine with writihing bass and deep techy synth work to produce a truly monstrous track perfect for early morning dance floors.

Continuing our journey to the dark side, New Zealands Ap3x finally makes his debut on AUX with a masterfully minimal take on Neurodrivers AUX:TECH:02 release The Depths. A pumping yet sparse groove provides a solid foundation, for a twisted journey of warped FX and percussion. A beautifully crafted slice of deep Techno.

Bringing the EP to a close and taking on a more upbeat vibe, Stylus Rex combines forces with Hironimus Bosch for their first ever collaboration. A slice of finely tuned Tech-Funk. A deep throbbing groove works alongside bubbling synth lines and intricate percussion work, The breakdown alone making this track a real dancefloor classic.



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