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As the summer rolls on Ovum Recordings keep on serving up the hits. Having bathed in the deepness of Nico Lahs and danced under the sun to the vocal delights of Dirty Channels & Bugsy, the time has now come for us to get sweaty and get down with Technasia's "Bastille Days." For over thirteen years Charles Siegling, aka Technasia, has created a unique east/west fusion that moves seamlessly from the Paris club scene, to the streets of Hong Kong, to the hippest techno venues in Europe. Whilst best known for his melodic and often epic techno, Technasia is equally at home in the realms of filtered house and rolling tech, as perfectly displayed on his excellent "Central" album. 2012 has found Technasia primed and ready with new material and while his debut release for Cadenza has been tearing up the floors and charts for the past few weeks, we have been preparing our very own blistering debut from the Frenchman. "Bastille Days" is heavy rolling stuff. Its earth-moving kick drum impresses, but its the trademark Technasia synth that really takes the track to another level. This is after all the soundtrack to a revolution. The beats remain heavy on the flip, "Sunkiss" and belying its name, the track rolls out its tribal drums and crashing hats. Perfect for the summer floors. Adam Beyer - "Wicked wicked tracks! Charles in highest of form. Playing!" Huge Support from: Josh Wink, Nic Fanciulli, Christian Smith, Adam Beyer, Mark Knight, Joris Voorn, Steve Bug, 2000 and One, Matthias Tnzmann, Slam, Robert Dietz, Davide Squillace, Luca Bacchetti, Steve Rachmad, Stacey Pullen, Michel De Hey, X-Press 2, and so many more!!!


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