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IQSV ep out now on Beatport Exclusive plus a gift for you!

IQSV, my newest ep is finally out, 🙂 at the moment you can download your copy  only @ Beatport Exclusive.

the ep is getting good feedbacks from international djs and radio speakers like Paco Osuna (!), Alex Kennon,, Robert Grand (additan radio), Catastrophic (Tunnel FM – Sweden), Steve Parry (Juice FM), Richie Hawtin (!), Klangware, Claude VonStroke, Tsugi magazine, Todd Burns (Resident Advisor), Björn Bender (,, Joy Kitikonti, and more to come… so I am very excited and hope to get new fans and new contacts.

the ep consist of three tracks of deep tech and tribal techno. I especially love the track called IQSV which I suggest you to check and share comments.

gift for today! the first ten that will share the ep on their facebook wall will get a free donwload of one track of your choiche from the IQSV ep

the ep is inspired by the tragic events that took place in 1878 in Tuscany (in Arcidosso as the first track is titled) you can read all the info in my Facebook Fan Page.

the ep is out for top taiwanese label Revox Records so I suggest you to go to their website and have a look and open your ears!

again the ep is mastered by Sebastian Fishbeck at Arktis Studio in Berlin which did a woderful job on my poor and sucky mixes 🙂 I want you to listen to his incredibly cool new songs at his Facebook FanPage. please do it you won’t regret it!


bye and please partecipate at the contest and win!


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Listen and download some Jeff Mills djsets from 1986 to 2010

Jeff Mills started as a radio dj (aka The Wizard) working at Detroit WJBL radio station along with Charles Johnson (aka The Electrifying Mojo).

At the end of the 80ies Jeff Mills and former Parliament bass player Mike Banks, founded the Techno collective Underground Resistance (UR). Later, Robert “Noise” Hood, joined the collective. UR philosophy was strictly anti-mainstream and was inspired by the Black Panther political movement (as Jeff Mills himself confirmed in some interviews).

Mills then moved to New York, Berlin and finally to Chicago, although he never officially leaved UR collective, he started to produce his solo works. In 1992 he founded AXIS record labels with his friend Robert Hood, investigating a more minimal and modern sound. Also, in the next years, sub-labels were created:Purpose Maker, Tomorrow, and 6277.
source: Wikipedia.

Mills is wordly known for his excellent turntablism skills, here you can check one of his performance with three turntables. , he usually uses up to seventy records in an hour.

Finally, here, you can listen to some Jeff Mills djsets from his beginning at Detroit’s WJLB radio to recent festivals and clubs.

Long live TECHNO!

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