Bakroom Music label, based out of Kildare - Ireland. Releasing Electronic based music.WWW

Bakroom

Bakroom Music label, based out of Kildare - Ireland. Releasing Electronic based music.WWWW

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Bakroom Music label, based out of Kildare - Ireland. Releasing Electronic based music.


    uniE603 Repressure Podcast - Sockethog
    Tracklist: 1. Hanzle - Rebirth (Judah Darenville Remix) 2. Martin Buttrich - Again 3. John Tejada, Josh Humphrey - Assimilation 4. Jamez & Soulboy - Julunggul (Loophole remix) 5. Pig & Dan - Guiding Lights (Original Mix) 6. Waxfix Original Mix Alexi Delano 7. Ritzi Lee - Juno in Arpeggio (Nathan Surreal's Deep Earth Remix) 8. Phraktal - XXII Ely [Full Funktion Mix & Sockethog Ambient edit] 9. Jamez - Sato [Sockethog Rework] 10. TE234 - The Entity 11. Georgio Star - Paeonia 12. Gforty - Lets get Bad [Boshell & Cassino Mix] 13. Madben_-_Danse_noire 14. Christian Smith - The Price Of Freedom 15. Anna - Momentum 16. Itamar Sagi - one million oaks 17. Mauro_Picotto_-_Atomic Mauro Picotto 18. Vertigo (Original Mix) Roberto Capuano 19. Tony Dee - Enygma (Filterheadz Remix) 20. Vince Watson - Atom 21. Sinisa - Tamamovic-Relief Sisko Electrofanatik Remix 22. Spektre - Casting Shadows without light 23. Tom Hades - Oh Yeah (Sasha Carassi Remix) 24. Laiva_-_T#14 Laiva 25. Madben_-_Danse_rouge 26. Sockethog - Blacklight [Monotonal Beatless Vox] Press: https://www.twine.net/signin Instagram.com/Sockethog Repressure Recordings proudly presents a monthly 2-hour podcast on https://www.twine.net/signin one of the world’s biggest online radio-stations focusing exclusively on Electronic Music. DI is btw also awarded as the Best Global Radio Station at the International Dance Music Awards at Miami’s annual Winter Music Conference. DI.fm has millions of listeners covering every corner of Electronic Music and we’re proud to be part it. We will be broadcasting every 4th tuesday of the month with only the finest mixes by strictly Repressure artists. hopefully by the end of the year. This upcoming TUESDAY November the 24th our show will contain an exclusive 2 hour guestmixes by Ireland’s finest “SOCKET HOG”. More info: https://www.twine.net/signin Times are 20:00 – 22:00 (CET) | 19:00 – 21:00 (UK) Based out Kildare in Ireland and producing a range of styles from House to Techno, Sockethog brings a groove driven selection of beats that are emergent. The alias of a Multi-Award winning artist/promoter and record label owner, this is the sound of Sockethog. More info: https://www.twine.net/signin https://www.twine.net/signin #audio #Techno #Tech #HouseWW
    uniE603 Phraktal - Fusion
    In 2014 Phraktal burst onto the scene with their first release System Error, the Roland Klinkenberg remix was picked up last year by Sam Paganini for his Mixmag compilation. This is their follow up single Fusion, taken from their debut album "Why 1 is One and 2 is Two" Fusion is one of the highlights off the album, a beautifully produced melodic and emotive Detroit inspired slice of tech house. Early support in from Charlie May, Dave Seaman, Jamez/Trancesetters, Silinder, Kassey Voorn, Graziano Raffa (Sudbeat) and Solarstone https://www.twine.net/signin https://www.twine.net/signin #audio #Tech House #Techno #House #DetroitWW
    uniE603 Phraktal - Fusion [Au Voyage Fission Mix]
    Phraktal - Fusion released from their debut album "Why 1 is One and 2 is Two" remixed by Au Voyage, straight off the back of his mini album Mercrine on Bakroom. au Voyage makes beautiful elongated atmospheric ambient music swell as electronica, has had recent releases on Talahachi and his ambient take on Fusion really balances the package out nicely. Early support in from Charlie May, Dave Seaman, Jamez/Trancesetters, Silinder, Kassey Voorn, Graziano Raffa (Sudbeat) and Solarstone https://www.twine.net/signin https://www.twine.net/signin #audio #Ambient #Downtempo #Chill #Chillout #Meditative #Electronica #Electronic #Music #Au #VoyageWW
    uniE603 Phraktal - Why 1 Is One And 2 Is Two [Album Preview]
    1.Now or Never 2.Mindshapes 3.Fusion 4.Hanging around corners 5.System error 6.Why 1 is one and 2 is Two 7.Transfer 8.XXII Ely 9.Resonance To download as separate tracks: https://www.twine.net/signin Phraktal are from The Emerald Isle - Ireland Formed by Christian Boshell [Omnis recordings] & John O’Dwyer (Casper), who have both been highly active within the electronic music/club scene for some years now. Their debut album, the intriguingly titled “Why 1 Is One And 2 is Two”, is set for release March 27th 2015 and covers a multitude of genres, ranging from sci-fi inspired electronica, ambient soundscapes, deep house, breaks and tech-house, through to techno. The duo’s highly original, quirky electronic style is already gaining critical praise and support around the globe, as they aspire to create futuristic experimental music by flexing their diverse production skills, avoiding easy and obvious sounds within the electronic spectrum. For example, the album opens with the experimental filmic soundscape of “Now Or Never”, flows effortlessly forward with the luscious deep house of “Mindshapes”, before “Fusion” takes a hypnotic trip into stylish tech-house territory. Diversity is what makes this album such an exciting prospect - “Hanging Around Corners” takes a fizzing breaks blueprint to introduce some cosmic beauty to the proceedings. “System Error” conjures up memories of classic tunes of old, whilst updating that attitude for current tastes. The album title track finds itself exhibiting maximum peak-time, euphoric dancefloor potential, before the razor sharp techno beats of “Transfer” takes the energy up to an even higher level, and “XXII Ely” adds a little acid to reach a suitably climatic peak. Finally, the sprawling ambient masterpiece that is “Resonance” brings Phraktal’s experimentation full-circle with a suitably show-stopping finale. Creating this stunning debut album took the boys over 1000+ hours of studio time, completed over a 2 year period, with the final product being whittled down from a possible 30 tracks to a concise 9 track selection that they feel most clearly expresses the Phraktal sound. The idea for this album project came about whilst Christian & Casper were remixing “Speakerhook” for Omnis Recordings and their synergy working together grew quickly into developing a definitive and exciting body of work, and the electronic scene in 2015 is all the better for their dedication and experimentation. Boshell’s Bakroom label is planned to become an eclectic musical melting pot of productions from both established artists and previously unreleased raw talent. Further singles and remixes featuring the likes of the legendary Jamez (Touché Records), Ben Shaw, Jerome Krom, Astronivo, Blue Amazon and Stephen Lopkin are set to follow. For now, Phraktal’s “Why 1 Is One And 2 Is Two” album is a landmark statement to kick 2015 off in style. #audio #Electronica #House #Tech #House #TechnoWW
    uniE603 BAK003A - Stephen Lopkin - Amnesia
    #audio #Techno #909 #303 #Tech #Tech #House #Electronic #MusicWW
    uniE603 BAK003AA - Stephen Lopkin - Korg A61
    #audio #Techno #909 #303 #Tech #Tech #House #Electronic #MusicWW
    uniE603 System Error [Silinder Remix]
    Phraktal System Error [Part One] 1. Original Mix 2. Roland Klinkenberg Dub Remix 3. Silinder Remix [Bakroom] Catalogue No: BAK002 Release: 8th December 2014 System Error [Part One] is the first single taken from Phraktal’s forthcoming debut artist album, “Why 1 is One and 2 is Two”, on Bakroom. Phraktal are one of Ireland’s most exciting prospects for 2015, formed by Christian Boshell & John O’Dwyer (Casper), who have both been highly active within the Irish electronic music/club scene for some years now. Their album is set for release in February 2015 and covers a multitude of genres, ranging from sci-fi inspired electronica, ambient soundscapes, breaks and tech-house, through to techno. “System Error” is a perfect introduction to the duo’s highly original, quirky electronic style. They create decidedly danceable gems by flexing their diverse production skills, avoiding easy and obvious sounds within the electronic spectrum. This single release also features an amazing deep dub techno interpretation of “System Error” by Roland Klinkenberg (straight off the back of his recent success on Joris Voorn and Edwin Oosterwal’s respected GREEN imprint), and a deeply groovy, beautiful melodic re-rub by Silinder (aka Gavin Mulhall.from Dublin), who has previously had many fine releases on influential labels such as Renaissance, Sudbeat, Lowbit and Proton. Phraktal’s album “Why 1 is One and 2 is Two” is scheduled for release in February 2015. “System Error” (Part Two) will appear afterwards, with remixes by OUD!N13 & Astronivo. Further Information: phraktal.com bakroom.com #audio #House #Electronic #Progressive #House #Tech #House #Silinder #Boshell #Casper #BakroomWW
    uniE603 System Error
    Phraktal System Error [Part One] 1. Original Mix 2. Roland Klinkenberg Dub Remix 3. Silinder Remix [Bakroom] Catalogue No: BAK002 Release: 8th December 2014 System Error [Part One] is the first single taken from Phraktal’s forthcoming debut artist album, “Why 1 is One and 2 is Two”, on Bakroom. Phraktal are one of Ireland’s most exciting prospects for 2015, formed by Christian Boshell & John O’Dwyer (Casper), who have both been highly active within the Irish electronic music/club scene for some years now. Their album is set for release in February 2015 and covers a multitude of genres, ranging from sci-fi inspired electronica, ambient soundscapes, breaks and tech-house, through to techno. “System Error” is a perfect introduction to the duo’s highly original, quirky electronic style. They create decidedly danceable gems by flexing their diverse production skills, avoiding easy and obvious sounds within the electronic spectrum. This single release also features an amazing deep dub techno interpretation of “System Error” by Roland Klinkenberg (straight off the back of his recent success on Joris Voorn and Edwin Oosterwal’s respected GREEN imprint), and a deeply groovy, beautiful melodic re-rub by Silinder (aka Gavin Mulhall.from Dublin), who has previously had many fine releases on influential labels such as Renaissance, Sudbeat, Lowbit and Proton. Phraktal’s album “Why 1 is One and 2 is Two” is scheduled for release in February 2015. “System Error” (Part Two) will appear afterwards, with remixes by OUD!N13 & Astronivo. Further Information: https://www.twine.net/signin https://www.twine.net/signin #audio #House #Electronic #Tech #HouseWW
    uniE603 System Error [Roland Klinkenberg Mix]
    Phraktal System Error [Part One] 1. Original Mix 2. Roland Klinkenberg Dub Remix 3. Silinder Remix [Bakroom] Catalogue No: BAK002 Release: 8th December 2014 System Error [Part One] is the first single taken from Phraktal’s forthcoming debut artist album, “Why 1 is One and 2 is Two”, on Bakroom. Phraktal are one of Ireland’s most exciting prospects for 2015, formed by Christian Boshell & John O’Dwyer (Casper), who have both been highly active within the Irish electronic music/club scene for some years now. Their album is set for release in February 2015 and covers a multitude of genres, ranging from sci-fi inspired electronica, ambient soundscapes, breaks and tech-house, through to techno. “System Error” is a perfect introduction to the duo’s highly original, quirky electronic style. They create decidedly danceable gems by flexing their diverse production skills, avoiding easy and obvious sounds within the electronic spectrum. This single release also features an amazing deep dub techno interpretation of “System Error” by Roland Klinkenberg (straight off the back of his recent success on Joris Voorn and Edwin Oosterwal’s respected GREEN imprint), and a deeply groovy, beautiful melodic re-rub by Silinder (aka Gavin Mulhall.from Dublin), who has previously had many fine releases on influential labels such as Renaissance, Sudbeat, Lowbit and Proton. Phraktal’s album “Why 1 is One and 2 is Two” is scheduled for release in February 2015. “System Error” (Part Two) will appear afterwards, with remixes by OUD!N13 & Astronivo. Further Information: phraktal.com bakroom.com #audio #Techno #Dub #Roland #Klinkenberg #Phraktal #Bakroom #BoshellWW

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