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Minimal Techno Recommendations
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Lem

I think a lot of what is being mentioned now is more techno than minimal techno.

A good place to track down some good minimal/techno/house mixes is on soundcloud. This guy called R_co puts LOADS of mixes up.

http://soundcloud.com/r_co


Black A4

When I used to be into techno, I was a sucker for Sleeparchive. Has had a huge influence with minimalistic techno.....


magneticweb

sleeparchive is incredible! great call.

really like the echochord 12"s that have been coming out..lots of weird sloo grit there.

the inertia series comps have been scorching my turntable as well lately.


intellijel

Been into minimal techno for like 15-20 years now! A big focus for me on the modules I make is to create things that would be useful for making techno. I still have not made a lot of the modules I need/want yet.

Anyways random favourites off the top of my head:

Stewart Walker - anything old (stabiles, reclamations etc. were masterpieces in minimalism)


Robert Hood: (sorry blatantly Detroit so maybe not your thing but so hypnotic)


Mathew Jonson - Freedom Engine (his early stuff on iiwii were amazing)


Andy Vaz - 1-1 (Sound Variation)
http://music.yahoo.com/andy-vaz/albums/sound-variation-1-1--42548190


G-Man - Quo Vadis (classic!!! love anything that sounds underwater)


Farben - Bayreuth (basically anything by Jan Jelinek as Farben is gold)


Marco Carola - Question series has some nice deep stuff hidden in there'


Two Lone Swordsmen - Glide By Shooting (more deep techno/house than minimal but one of my all time favorite tracks and very trippy)



BugBrand

Lem wrote:
... This guy called R_co puts LOADS of mixes up.

http://soundcloud.com/r_co


Stumbled across his sets today - f-ing loads to dig into. Months and months of listening pleasure.


robotfunk

@intellijel: Detroit : One Circle is one of my alltime fave techno tunes ever. In the whole universe.


denim dan

+1 on the metroplex label! r. hood rules, as well does juan atkins early stuff on the same! i love detroit techno.

in other news finally got the new prins thomas and i'm digging it. definitely new-minimal. house or techno, you decide.




DT

Xhin - "Sword" (Stroboscopic Artefacts)

http://www.stroboscopicartefacts.com/albums.html

http://www.residentadvisor.net/review-view.aspx?id=10043


vanderLooy

Yes emptyset is very good! Love it also.

You could check out the free CLR podcasts:
http://www.clr.net/media.pl

You can find a lot amazingly good Techno stuff there.

My favs in no particular order:
Monoloc
Chris Liebing
Speedy J
Tommy Four Seven
Audio Injection
Truncate
Emptyset
Marcel Dettmann
Ben Klock
Terence Fixmer
Shifted
Edit Select
Brian Sanhaji
Marcel Fengler
Surgeon
Mike Dehnert
Xhin
Lucy


bl13p

- Terrence Dixon's "Minimalism II" and "Minimalism III" on Background Records

- Jamal Moss under various aliases: Hieroglyphic Being, I.B.M., IAMTHATIAM, The Sun God. Don't know how to describe ... lo-fi minimal Chicago (acid) house anyone?


Luka

i haven't really payed attention to minimal for a long time but my favorite artist was always bruno pronsato. he had so much swing and fun / deep music. he is playing next week in berlin and i cant wait to finally see him.

i agree that a lot of what has been mentioned in this thread isnt really minimal but a lot of good stuff has been mentioned.


phase ghost

This is a work in progress from me. I'd call it minimal techno (someone else called it house though).

http://s-14.net/music/Phase_Ghost-someTrack.mp3


denim dan

nice! i dig it. no doubt about it though, that's house to me.


atvaries

Digging the new Conforce Lp on Delsin a lot.




jeannot

sleeparchive and basic channel are some of my favs too, so good.


Dave77




tony d

Haven't had a listen but figured it would be of some interest because Sleeparchive has been mentioned a bunch.

http://soundcloud.com/fatbrenner/tr-101-ra-podcast


DT

Stroboscopic Artefacts records, Berlin.
thumbs up


magneticweb

jeannot wrote:
sleeparchive and basic channel are some of my favs too, so good.


yes!


anti_climacus

I love this track, really a shame they could never put out a second full length release.




mjsemtex

haven't seen much mention of all of the kompakt sub-labels and voigt brothers projects:

auftrieb
freiland
profan
wolfgang voigt's studio 1 releases


CF3

intellijel wrote:
Been into minimal techno for like 15-20 years now! A big focus for me on the modules I make is to create things that would be useful for making techno. I still have not made a lot of the modules I need/want yet.


G-Man - Quo Vadis (classic!!! love anything that sounds underwater)


Awesome SlayerBadger! This is also my passion for the last 20+ years. I still play Quo Vadis in my set all the time. Minimal is more a state of mind than a genre...anything can be "minimal". Much of what is being called minimal is really just techno. Didn't know you were a tech-head intellijell...that just up'd your stock with me thumbs up


bentundra

A great minimal producer from the Chicago area - m50 aka Area. Really love his stuff. Hell of a DJ, too.

[s]http://soundcloud.com/m50/area-llpod[/s]


BugBrand

Found Luke Hess via FXHE - not minimal - his FXHE releases are very dubby:

[s]http://soundcloud.com/hesslabs/luke-hess-ekstrakt-podcast[/s]

Really been enjoying his mixes (haven't even listened to this one yet..)


exper

mjsemtex wrote:
haven't seen much mention of all of the kompakt sub-labels and voigt brothers projects:

auftrieb
freiland
profan
wolfgang voigt's studio 1 releases



The Studio 1 stuff is so amazing. Timeless sounding yet I can't believe how old it really is. When I think of how most techno sounded at the time, especially at raves and such, it makes his music sound like it was sent from 20 years in the future.

What I love most about those records is the polyrhythms. Almost euclidian patterns with extremely subtle modulations.

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