Italian DJ and producer Tony Dee delivers Finder EP, the new release from BlueCube Records that is out on June 8. An EP made up of two original tracks, Finder and After, as well as the labels great speciality, five remixes that combine, in equal parts, the experience of Pig & Dan, Eric Sneo and Nuria Ghia, with the freshness of Alex Mine and Spencer K, who along with Tony Dee himself form part of the new generation of techno producers.True to their passion for modern and intelligent but 100%% dancefloor techno, BlueCube Records (Nuria Ghia/ Jose Lucker) are still sticking to their hand-made working philosophy. Careful production turns this reference into multi-channel techno featuring six different techniques, backgrounds and grooves, always in a techno key but covering both visceral and cerebral aspects. The result is a melting pot of thoughtful sounds to be enjoyed on the dancefloor at any festival, with moments capable of producing real emotional reactions.Finder, the original track that opens this EP is just techno built on top of a loop of two repetitive and constant notes, with a touch of trance in its melody and a rounded finish that includes a ghostly chorus and a dark but pleasant tint as well.Pig & Dan are charged with the remix duties. Known for their remixes for Underworld and their version of Inner Citys Good Like and boasting references for Soma, Cocoon and their own label Eleven, they pick up the baton here to showcase the genres dark-house side. For his part, Eric Sneo builds his version around full layers of sounds ranging from more melodic frequencies to powerful reverberations. The icing on the cake comes via co- owner Nuria Ghia, who true to her more classic style shapes her remix into an elegant track with several breaks, as well as subtle and balanced crescendos, pure Emmanuel Top (BBE).In After, Tony Dee lifts the BPMs as he incorporates a repetitive sound and completes it with pieces of imaginary traditional house to build a hypnotic track from beginning to end.Youngster Alex Mine, also from Italy, opts for a more techno-based remix, in line with his references for Intec and SCI+TEC. Meanwhile, Spencer K brings a much more elegant tech-house vision closer to the deep electronic on labels like Resopal, Sincopat and Terry Lee Brown Jr.s Plastic City. This includes percussion, synth backgrounds and a vocal dub touch for the fine finale to this line-up of collaborators all present on reference 22 from BlueCube Records.