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PPOD | 009 | Delko
October 15, 2011 08:34 PM PDT

Discovering and innovating sound have always been the key points for the music of Delko.
Raised in the small town of Rio Maior, Delko has always been in close contact with all kinds of music such as Rock, Alternative and Electronic Music, escaping well away from the mainstream music.

Delko’s major influences mainly come from the Detroit Techno scene as well as the fascination from the abstract and deep sounds involving dark atmospheric sounds, in which he conveys these influences into his own releases.

The musical philosophy of Delko is combining two different styles together, the more dance floor music orientated style with that of the more experimental style, creating a distinctive kind of style of techno. His feelings and adventures turn into deep and hypnotic atmospheres by developing loops which make the listener absorb the tracks and feel the rhythm and music in the simplest way.

Delko currently releases music on various labels such as, Propellant Music, Prosthetic Pressings, Synewave, Blind Spot Music, Backwater Community Records, Ketra Records, Phobiq, Packed Music, Transmissions and Skyline Types Grooves. His DJ sets are characterized by the concept which distinguishes his music and range from the dub and deep ambient to new modern Techno.

01. Delko - Nightmare - Prosthetic Pressings
02. Delko - Kemi - Skyline Type Grooves
03. Delko - Li-On - Ketra
04. Mike Dehnert - Phase Response - Delsin
05. Quantic Spectroscopy - Chemical Formula (Kitkatone Remix) - Propellant Music
06. Peter Van Hoesen - North 6th - Komisch Records
07. John Mitchell - Restraint (Delko Remix) - Propellant Music
08. Xhin - Hepta - Stroboscopic Artefacts
09. Go Hiyama - Wa - Stroboscopic Artefacts
10. Delko - Eleven (Samuli Kemppi Remix) - Shout Records
11. Kitkatone - Figure It Out (Delko Dub Remix) - Propellant Music
12. Perc - Stoq - Stroboscopic Artefacts
13. Sawf - Slim (DVS1 Four by Four Mix) - Perc Trax
14. Shed - HDTRM - Original Mix - Ostgut Ton
15. Delko - Mode - Unreleased

PPOD | 008 | D. Carbone
September 15, 2011 09:01 PM PDT

Davide started his musical career in 2006 with great friend and soon to be Repitch collaborator, Ascion. Instantly they bonded, through their love of electronic music and their passion for life they continue to grow to this day. Davide's productions started to circulate through the techno community and soon he found his works on labels like Monoloc's Smallroom Music, Dubfire's SCI + TEC, Alan Fitzpatrick's 8 Sided Dice, Splinter Music's Hedgehog and of course yours truly Prosthetic Pressings...

Davide is constantly evolving his sound by allowing himself to fall deeper into the musical rabbit hole. Ranging from minimal to deeply dubbed out industrial productions, he has become one of the most influential artists in the scene today...

01. Obtane - Escaped From The Dark - Zooloft
02. Plastikman - Nostalgik String Excerpt - Plus8
03. Dino Sabatini - Airport - Outis
04. Henning Baer - Fierce Hundred - K209
05. Jeff Mills - Metaphysical Reaction - Third Ear
06. D. Carbone - Aesthetic Motion - Demo
07. Plastikman - Marbles - Plus8
08. Orphx - Apparition - Sonic Groove
09. Joey Beltram - Ball Park (Dj Rush Remix) - Tresor
10. Repitch - Irradial - Repitch
11. Claudio PRC - Abstract Subway - Stroboscopic Artefacts
12. Tommy Four Seven - Verge - CLR
13. Basic Soul Unit - Soulspeak (Shed Remix) - Dolly
14. Plastikman - Disconnect (Alva Noto Remodel) - Plus8
15. Modern Heads - Tethys - Prologue
16. Surgeon - Stringent - Dynamic Tension Records
17. Deuce - Twerp Wiz - Ostgut Ton
18. Nick Dunton - Between Worlds (Sandwell District Mix) - Surface Records
19. Repitch - Walker - Repitch
20. Moby - Lie Down in Darkness (Chris Liebing Remix) - CLR

PPOD | 007 | Subfractal
August 15, 2011 08:23 PM PDT

In an age of short attention spans and constant media bombardment, Subfractal have unquestionably cemented their position as powerful techno tastemakers.

Growing up in Karachi, Pakistan, Fahad Ahmad and Syed Mishaal Raza, like so many others, aspired to follow in the footsteps of legends like Lawler, Tenaglia and Tong. However, Fahad and Syed didn’t cross paths until 2006 after they’d both moved to Canada, where the burgeoning electronic music scene and a common love of techno brought them together.

After collaborating on a handful of projects, the musical chemistry between the duo became evident, and Subfractal was born. Since then, their brand of brooding, driving, beautifully dark minimal techno has been propelling them up the ranks of the electronic music scene with breakneck speed.

Their music has reached international audiences through releases on well-respected labels like Harthouse, Excentric Muzik, Sleaze Records, Bosphorus Underground, Respekt Recordings, Frequenza, Brood Audio, CODE, Piso Records, Klimaks, Airbus, Teggno, Inminimax and many others.

With support from industry heavyweights like Umek, Adam Beyer, Richie Hawtin, Dubfire, Spektre, Fergie, Hernan Cattaneo, Phunk Investigation, Noir and so many more, it’s no surprise that Subfractal’s releases routinely appear in the upper echelons of countless techno and minimal charts.

In 2009, their remix of Larry Power’s ‘Milk’ spent over six weeks in the highly coveted #1 spot on the Beatport Minimal Charts. Since then, their releases have seen success in the Beatport Top 100 Techno Chart on several occasions, including a handful already in 2011.

Acclaimed performances at WMC in Miami, the Detroit Electronic Movement Festival and clubs around the world have seen Subfractal rip dancefloors apart with their showcases of booming underground techno and dark heavy minimal.

Fahad and Syed currently operate out of Toronto and New York City respectively, and continue to demonstrate their versatility. They’re constantly remixing talented artists across various sub-genres of electronic music, and throwing events to help up-and-coming DJs gain exposure.

Expectations are flying high for this talented duo in 2011 and with a plethora of marquee releases and live shows on the way, they’re most definitely up for the challenge.

01. Lex Gorrie - Captain Beef - Illegal Alien Records
02. Frank Sonic, Mike Maass - Blizzard (A. Mochi Remix) - Trapez
03. Sasha Carassi - Fragma - Harthouse
04. Kyle Geiger - Pulse - Sleaze Records Uk
05. A. Mochi - C2M (Gary Beck Remix) - Figure
06. Tom Laws - Hypberbolic (D.A.V.E The Drummer Remix) - Phobiq
07. Tony Rohr - Eden Acid (The Advent & Industrialyzer Remix) - H-Productions
08. Kalden Bess aka m0h - Death Squad (Drumcell Remix) - Blind Spot
09. Peja - Bol - Original Mix - Amazone Records
10. Alejandro Trebor - Collapse - Original Mix - Nachtstrom Schallplatten
11. Slam - Area 51 - Original Mix - Drumcode
12. Sian - Equus - Dustin Zahn Remix - Octopus Records

PPOD | 006 | Hans Bouffmyhre
July 14, 2011 10:00 PM PDT

Hans Bouffmyhre is a young man from Paisley, Scotland with a worrying obsession for techno music who started off his career in 2006 when he began to promote his own parties in Glasgow called Sleaze. At these parties, he booked and played alongside some of the worlds best techno acts including the likes of Andrew Weatherall, Funk D' Void, Chloe, Radio Slave, Johannes Heil, Extrawelt, Phil Keiran, Len Faki & Par Grindvik!

In the beginning of 2007, Hans started learning about music production and making his own tracks and can now boast releases on many recognized labels including Perc Trax, Viva Music, Soma, Synewave, Harthouse, 8 Sided Dice, Analytictrail as well as recently starting his own internationally recognized label Sleaze Records and brand new sub label Smut.

So far Hans' tracks have gained huge support & plays from some of the biggest names in Techno, including Richie Hawtin, Dubfire, Adam Beyer, Len Faki, Marco Carola, Steve Lawler, Laurent Garnier, Stephan Bodzin, Joris Voorn and many more! At the tender age of 23 the future looks bright for Hans Bouffmyhre.

01. SP-X - Extract [Time To Express]
02. Darko Esser - Clean State (Lucy Remix) [Curle]
03. Furesshu - Lifted (Shifted Remix) [Project Squared]
04. Seismal D - Narkos (Audio Injection remix) [Sleaze]
05. Kyle Geiger - Pulse [Sleaze]
06. Hans Bouffmyhre & Lex Gorrie - Sibling Rivalry [Sleaze]
07. Hans Bouffmyhre - Exhale [Sleaze]
08. Perc - Gonkle [Perc Trax]
09. Hans Bouffmyhre - Breathe [Sleaze]
10. Alex Bau - Noise B (Monoloc Remix) [Sleaze]
11. Truncate - Pad Mode [Enemy]
12. Mark Boom & James Ruskin - Black Lines [Blueprint]
13. Par Grindvik - Sinister (Gary Beck Remix) [Sinister]
14. Harvey McKay - Nightwalker [Soma]
15. Itamar Sagi - One Million Oaks (Mark Broom Remix) [Soma]


For bookings, please contact: bookings@sleazerecordsuk.com

PPOD | 005 | Space DJz
June 15, 2011 07:08 PM PDT

There are few Djz and producers in the modern techno world who can truly claim to have pioneered a style and sound, and call it their own. Such statements are often declared, but rarely justified. In the case of Ben Long and Jamie Bissmire, the names behind the revered Space DJz this claim would be unarguable.

Ever since the pair's formation in the early 1900's their unerring ability to fuse techno with their life long love of Hip Hop, has set them aside from there peers. In the present day, an abundance of UK techno producer's have emerged, none would deny The Space Djz are true innovators. In 1995 the duo released their debut Ep Space DJz on the legendary and now defunked Infonet imprint, quickly followed up by an outing on the Belgium label Reload These two projects put them on the techno map but the real turning point arrived in early 1996 on Infonet with the release of the ..Return to earth', Ep, containing the techno anthems ..Side on', and ..Rock the house'.Both trakz would blow up to be huge and be re-released via Frankfurt based Ongaku .The combined output of both releases was over 10,000 copies and along side Dave Clarks Red 1 these were two of the biggest tunez of the year and are still much sought after and played to this day. The Djz became prize catches for major playerz Nova Mute and Soma contributing several more classic releases, culminating in 1999's critically acclaimed album ..On Patrol... The album expressed Ben and Jamie's roots perfectly, combining their now infamous hip hop influences with their unique brand of analog techno and chaotic electronic soundscapes.

Later that year The Space Djz delivered a trak that was to become one of their biggest hitz to date AK 47 a trak that had originally been heard on a Nova Mute Compilaton was reworked and served to capture the period's riotus spirit of techno. Listening to that record, one would imagine was like being attacked with a chainsaw buy an electronic chicken, simply brutal. It was released as a double pack on Ben Long's highly regarded Potential Recordingz and featured remixes by many of techno's biggest namez including Umek, The Advent, Gaetano Parisio, Oliver Ho, Inigo Kennedy, Chris McCormack.

During 2001 Ben and Jamie also able to concentrate on their solo projects working with labels such as Consumer Recreation, CLR, Primate, PrimeEvil, Tortured, Advanced, Eukatech, Speilzeug, and the running of their own labelz Potential Recordingz, Ergonomix, ReRub , 50hz, Ground, Foundation and Target. Jamie also released a Bandulu album Redemption with Music Man. 2002 saw the welcome return of The Space Djz on Blly Nasty's Tortured imprint with the Faces of Pain double pack, their first release together in almost two years, and a double mix Cd was released on Primal Rythms entitled The Last Djz on Earth.They were back and they were better then ever.

During this time, and indeed long before, The Space Djz have been renowned the world over for their breathtaking skillz behind the deckz. Whether working as a team or individually, Ben and Jamie consistently deliver astounding performances .. Dj' ing to them is an art, and with over ten yearz on the world Dj circuit they have the knowledge and experience to rock any party right.

Space Djz in 2009 are continually forging forward with their music production and Dj skills. What they where doing yesterday is not what's on the agenda today...

01. Knobs - Red Blood
02. Tommy Four Seven - Backwards
03. Tommy Four Seven - Ratu
04. Perc & Metalogic - Tower (Tower Of Power Mix)
05. Kyle Geiger & Bobby Dowell - Tigerwall (Speedy Edit)
06. Justin Berkovi - Industry 101
07. Audio Injection - Kegerator
08. Tomas Rubeck - Matroska
09. Alan Fitzpatrick - Gridlock (Gary Beck Remix)
10. Space Djz - Traktor Toolz 4
11. Brian Sanhaj - Top Down Dry
12. Flug - 13d (Pfirter Remix)
13. Niederflur - Feldstaerke (Terence Fixmer Dark Mix)
14. Gary Beck - Egoist (Gary Beck & Speedy J Remix)
15. Space Djz - Statistical Mechanics
16. Traversable Wormhole - Transducer (Brian Sanhaji Remix)
17. Raiz - Keep Secrets (James Ruskin Remix)
18. Jobody - Second 10
19. Mark Broom & Dustin Zahn - Leave Me Alone (Audio Injection Remix)
20. O/V/R - Post Traumatic Son (DVS1 Mix 2)
21. Oliver Dodd - Charon
22. Shed - That Beats Everything
23. Function meets Jerome Sydenham - Two Ninety One
24. Niereich - Black Hole (Luke Creed and Millhouse Remix)
25. Brian Burger - Contact (VX Remix)
26. Adam Beyer - Antistius
27. Space Djz - Level 7

PPOD | 004 | Moevalith
May 15, 2011 07:55 PM PDT

The DJ selects the tracks that suit his style: hard bass drums, whitenoise hats, crunchy tight snares, abnormal hooks, industrial and reverberated intergalactic atmosphere intertwine within the genres of techno, experimental and industrial. His past led him to become obsessed with Allen & Heath mixers with the highest respect for the nurture and nature of the scene in the UK, Germany and Japan. Influenced by the likes of Heron (Limikola/Synewave), Markus Sucket (Frappant/Stroboscopic Artefacts) he's inclined toward dark, underground venues where comfort breeds opportunity for a challenge.

The producer desires to contribute his unique vision of sound through a rewired setup of Logic along with an array of audio tools as well as years of experience in sound abuse. It's through the producer that the past, present and future have the clearest roles: numerous unfinished and unnoticed projects helped to evolve the ear. With a workaholic drive and an artistic need to express, the future of the producer promises to be bright.

The DJ stands along the producer as Moevalith, the artist who personifies both, can't help but feel happy about answering that calling and excited about the bright future that lies ahead.


PPOD | 003 | Ascion
April 15, 2011 05:10 PM PDT

Techno producer Pasquale Ascione, also known as Ascion, was born in Naples Italy. As a child, he was fascinated by electronics and his hunger for technology quickly matured. When the introduction to electronic music emerged, Ascion immediately indulged himself into the local underground scene. Soon he met friend and future collaborator, D. Carbone, who would play a major role in Ascion's electronic voyage. He began to experiment with different software, creating his own style and unique sounds. As his skills developed, so did his growing reputation. He was first discovered by Berlin's Kiddaz.fm. His debut EP, "F*** me", was released on Micro.fon, Kiddaz.fm sublabel. After his debut's great success, Ascion caught the attention of Drumcode's Adam Beyer and Sci-Tec's Dubfire. Leading up to two major releases, "Kick On" (DC55) and "Muzik Live Drop Be Doing" (TEC025), Ascion took his act on the road. He performed all over Europe with a highlighted stop at Berlin's historic club Tresor. Constantly evolving, embracing music and cultures of all styles, Ascion is a producer to keep an eye on, especially his new project with friend, artist and producer D.Carbone called Repitch.

01. Marc Romboy vs. Stephan Bodzin - Mab (Speedy J Remix)
02. Sound Of The Enders - The Candor Incident
03. Unknown - X FADE
04. Sawf - Sfika
05. Forward Strategy Group - Arcnet
06. Lucy - Bein
07. O V R - Post-Traumatic Son (Marcel Dettmann Construction 2)
08. Pacou - Villa
09. Surgeon - Scorn
10. Raiz - Keep Secrets (James Ruskin Remix)
11. Allan Nonamaka - Pervert
12. Mike Dehnert - Phase Response
13. Subjected - 005.3
14. Ascion - Unknown
15. Patrick Pulsinger - Construction Tool
16. Architect - ICL Feelings
17. Subjected - 005.7
18. Deuce - Twerp Wiz
19. Planetary Assault Systems - MOD
20. British Murder Boys - Rule By Law
21. Fran Hartnett - Atom
22. Margot - Be A Star (Perc's Diy Mix)
23. Scratch D, H Bomb - The Red Pill
24. Anthony Shakir - The Fake Left, Go Right Plan

PPOD | 002 | Audio Injection
March 16, 2011 05:49 PM PDT

Since being introduced to electronic music back in the early 90’s, Audio Injection has been hooked. At the early age of 15 he started Djing and playing out at local underground events and raves around the Southern California area. You would find him spinning various styles from house, acid, & techno to hardcore techno.

After years of Djing he then decided to learn to produce his own music, which landed him releases on techno labels such as Monoid, Stimulus, & local label Droid Recordings. Since being associated with local event production group Droid Behavior in 2003, you can find him as a resident at the infamous Interface warehouse events as well as a regular producer for Droid Recordings along with Drumcell (Co-Founder of Droid Behavior).

With releases & remixes on labels such as Droid, 4 Track, Circle Music (Germany) , Tora Tora Tora, Prosthetic Pressings and many more to come, Audio Injection continues to shape his own sound and collaborate with Drumcell to release more mind-bending techno with a funky twist, putting Los Angeles & Droid Recordings on the techno map.

Keep any eye out for his new project 'Truncate' which is set to blow more minds with his very special brand of techno, and for the moment, please enjoy this our second Prosthetic Podcast from one of LA's hottest exports.

01. Electric Indigo and Irradiation - Phytoplankton (Rossella Remix)
02. Truncate - Contrasts 1
03. Truncate - Contrasts (Developer Remix)
04. Audio Injection - Toggle
05. Spektre - Minds Eye (Drumcell & Audio Injection Remix)
06. Forward Strategy Group - Token Ring
07. Hertz - Bipolar
08. Klockwork - Onyx
09. Truncate - Truncate Tool
10. Damon Wild - Untitled
11. Flug - 13d (Pfirter Remix)
12. Attemporal - Wall (Ascion & D. Carbone Remix)
13. Schubert - Grey & Blue
14. Ben Klock & Marcel Dettmann - Renumber
15. Shifted - Drained
16. Thomas Liewood - Untitled
17. CH-Signal Laboratories (8003 Lucerne) - Untitled

PPOD | 001 | BCR Boys
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February 15, 2011 07:49 AM PST

Prosthetic Pressings presents Prosthetic Podcast 001 with BCR Boys. The BCR Boys are the Glasgow based techno duo of Colin Bain and Joseph McGeechan who run BackwaterCommunityRecordings and Transmissions. They have recorded for several respected labels like Perc Trax, Synewave, Sleaze UK, Proper NYC and several more and with a constantly growing list of A list supporters the boys are set to blow up big time.

01. Joseph McGeechan - Doors of Perception
02. BCR Boys - La Roche (Xhin Remix)
03. iFormat - The Shifting.
04. BCR Boys - Blink (Go Hiyama Remix)
05. iFormat - The Changing.
06. Erphun - Black Heart (BCR Boys Remix)
07. BCR Boys - The Facility
08. iFormat - The Darkening
09. BCR Boys - Isolation
10. BCR Boys - Attenuate
11. BCR Boys - Untitled

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