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1. Dubfire - RibCage - DESOLAT 001

Dubfire - RibCage - DESOLAT 001

Almost exactly 7 years ago, on 10.9.2007, it all began with this one. Timeless Dubfire tune inspired by a Loco Dice DJ set, one-sided 12" and subsequent digital release. Enjoy!

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2. Dubfire - RibCage (Adrian Sherwood Remix)

  • Published: 2017-09-21T15:03:16Z
  • By SCI+TEC
Dubfire - RibCage (Adrian Sherwood Remix)

A return to the source: ‘Ribcage’ is where it all began for the Dubfire project. After years of exploring, subverting and setting brave new benchmarks in the house world, this marked the start of Ali Shirazinia setting out to set the same creative benchmarks in techno. Restrained, drawn-out but beastly when it wanted to be, the original was a serious statement of intent. Even at the time you got a sense it was going to be a historic tune. Loco Dice especially felt that when he signed it to Desolat 10 years ago. To celebrate this time-flying milestone, Dubfire’s recruited two of the most respected names possible for remix duties. First up, the unstoppable, unavoidable, unquenchable Dense & Pika who keep within the dramatic rising template but with a whole new set of instruments and textures… And a percussion palette that absolutely sizzles when the whole groove kicks in mid-way. Phenomenal. Hot on their heels comes a unique remix invitation to On-U legend and one of the UK’s most decorated and treasured studio controllers Adrian Sherwood. Turning in a serious techno re-cut that pays tribute to every element and takes over 12 minutes to make sure they each shine amid the head-twisting pools of tripped-out decay, it’s clear his time with Pinch has had a profound effect. Two incredibly well considered and detailed remixes that remind you what remixes should be… Brave new chapters of a story we all love being told. These will sound great when the 20th anniversary remixes are commissioned in 2027.

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3. Dubfire - RibCage (Dense & Pika Remix)

  • Published: 2017-09-21T15:13:09Z
  • By SCI+TEC
Dubfire - RibCage (Dense & Pika Remix)

A return to the source: ‘Ribcage’ is where it all began for the Dubfire project. After years of exploring, subverting and setting brave new benchmarks in the house world, this marked the start of Ali Shirazinia setting out to set the same creative benchmarks in techno. Restrained, drawn-out but beastly when it wanted to be, the original was a serious statement of intent. Even at the time you got a sense it was going to be a historic tune. Loco Dice especially felt that when he signed it to Desolat 10 years ago. To celebrate this time-flying milestone, Dubfire’s recruited two of the most respected names possible for remix duties. First up, the unstoppable, unavoidable, unquenchable Dense & Pika who keep within the dramatic rising template but with a whole new set of instruments and textures… And a percussion palette that absolutely sizzles when the whole groove kicks in mid-way. Phenomenal. Hot on their heels comes a unique remix invitation to On-U legend and one of the UK’s most decorated and treasured studio controllers Adrian Sherwood. Turning in a serious techno re-cut that pays tribute to every element and takes over 12 minutes to make sure they each shine amid the head-twisting pools of tripped-out decay, it’s clear his time with Pinch has had a profound effect. Two incredibly well considered and detailed remixes that remind you what remixes should be… Brave new chapters of a story we all love being told. These will sound great when the 20th anniversary remixes are commissioned in 2027.

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5. Dubfire - RibCage (Dense & Pika Remix)

Dubfire - RibCage (Dense & Pika Remix)

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9. Dubfire - Swerve

  • Published: 2017-09-06T13:13:57Z
  • By SCI+TEC
Dubfire - Swerve

OUT NOW! '10 Years of SCI+TEC' ➔ scitec.lnk.to/10YearsOfSCITEC A decade deep into its ongoing investigations, documenting and pushing the sonic frisson and fusion between science and technology, SCI+TEC remain at the very forefront of electronic music. Its feet firmly on the dance floor, its spirit deep inside the machines, its sights set on the future; from day one Dubfire’s label has continuously forged its own deep furrow. With breakthrough Dubfire releases such as ‘Roadkill’ and ‘RibCage’ SCI+TEC has managed to create a whole new framework for 21st century techno. All the while SCI+TEC has consistently championed and encouraged new and unsung talent from around the world, amplifying legions of rising names; Carlo Lio, Davide Squillace, Paul Ritch, SHADED, The Junkies, Johnny Trika, Alex Mine and countless more include SCI+TEC releases in their rich histories. This precision balance of stark sonic signature, technical ideology and nurturing new ideas along with talent, has led to SCI+TEC’s perpetual momentum into every house and techno DJ’s playlists for the past 10 years. Be it the label’s penchant for deep, undulating subby grooves, or its passion for warehouse-razing thunder-powered techno, the SCI+TEC sound covers every corner of the floor and every chapter of the night; as proven by the label’s many world tours under the guidance of lead curator and techno innovator, Dubfire. And proved once again by this fittingly stacked anniversary album. 10 brand new, unreleased tracks to celebrate 10 years from 10 of the label’s most exciting artists, every track brings home the SCI+TEC message: The breath-taking atmospheres of Alex Mine’s album scene-setter ‘In The Name Of What’; Wigbert’s detailed drum momentum on ‘Multiclock’; the soulful allure of Carlo Lio’s ‘Because Of You’; the hazy slow-burning groove smoulders of Hector & David Gtronic’s ‘Saki’; Raul Facio’s subversion of Dubfire’s early rising turbine tension on ‘Malo’; the eerie juxtaposition of acidic icicles and groaning elephantine bass on Rosper’s ‘Revenge’; Shaded’s alien up-pitched funk on ‘Crayzy’; the soaring synths and cosmic undertones of Johnny Trika’s ‘One Rainy Wish’ and the pulverising kickdrum and funk of Mr Bizz’s ‘Blue Velvet… Not to mention the deep, hypnotic swing of Dubfire’s restrained and dubbed-out groove ‘Swerve’. Each track an odyssey in itself, they complement and tessellate to reveal a much wider vision of the past, present and, most importantly, the future. Consistently rooted but constantly rising; this album isn’t celebrating the last 10 years of SCI+TEC… It’s setting us up for the next 10 years to come.

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10. Welcome to the Future 2013, podcast No.5 by Dubfire (Recorded @ Studio 80)

Welcome to the Future 2013, podcast No.5 by Dubfire (Recorded @ Studio 80)

Grammy-winning recording artist Dubfire is renowned for his seamless DJ sets, groundbreaking music, and his innovative label, SCI+TEC. Widely recognized as one of electronic music’s most versatile artists, Dubfire initially brought a pioneering sound to the masses during his days as one-half of the distinguished DJ & production duo Deep Dish, which led to a catalog of timeless dance classics and numerous international awards to their credit. Dubfire has always been a risk taker, and his decision to go solo in 2006 was precarious, but staying true to his convictions was not without reward. The cadence of his early solo productions came in the form of a massive string of releases including ‘Ribcage’, ‘Roadkill’, ‘Emissions’ and ‘I Feel Speed.’ In 2008, Dubfire remixed Radio Slave and Danton Eeprom’s ‘Grindhouse’, a track that has come to encapsulate everything he stands for today: dark funky rhythms and technological brilliance. The remix crossed nearly every genre and was the apex of a unique sound DJ Magazine labeled ‘jet black, polished chrome techno.’ Most recently, Dubfire decamped to Barcelona where he established a studio, an international office for The Bullitt Agency (which he co-owns) and created a convenient jump-off point for frequent trips to Ibiza where he is a fixture at the White Isle’s most exceptional outings - Cocoon, Carl Cox’s Revolution, Circoloco and most recently, Richie Hawtin's ENTER. All the while, Dubfire has grown SCI+TEC into a home for many emerging and established talents, and has launched label showcases across the globe, notably at the BPM Festival in Playa Del Carmen, WMC in Miami, Sonar in Barcelona and the Amsterdam Dance Event, where he gave a fabulous performance in 2012 at the SCI+TEC party in Studio 80. After more than twenty years behind the decks and in the studio, Dubfire continues to make his mark on the future of electronic music. Strongly rooted in where he came from, yet always evolving, Dubfire will continue to pioneer music that sets the standard and has earned him the title ‘the DJ’s DJ’.

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11. DCR364 - Drumcode Radio Live - Adam Beyer live from Paradise at DC-10, Ibiza

  • Published: 2017-07-27T07:59:06Z
  • By adambeyer
DCR364 - Drumcode Radio Live - Adam Beyer live from Paradise at DC-10, Ibiza

Drumcode Live this week is Adam Beyer live from Paradise at DC-10, Ibiza. Expect to hear tracks from Dubfire, Luigi Madonna & Roberto Capuano and Kevin Over. 1. Cera Alba - Taking Over Me feat. Zahra (Tiger Stripes Remix) - Hottrax 2. DSC - Coming Round (Rex The Dog Remix) - Me Me Me 3. Vangelis Kostoxenakis - Dig It - Moon Harbour 4. Markus Enochson - Hot Juice Box - Strange Idols 5. Trent Cantrelle - Your Body - Yoshitoshi Recordings 6. ONNO & Lauhaus - Highball - Upon.You 7. Bollen & Fitchtner - Better Call Paul - Flashmob LTD 8. Martin Eyerer & Markus Homm - Get Freaky - Leena Music 9. Dubfire - Ribcage (Dense & Pika Remix) 10. Kevin Over - Basement - Mobilee 11. Green Velvet & Harvard Bass - Lazer Beams - Relief 12. Dubfire - Rabid (Maksim Dark Remix) - SCI+TEC 13. Luigi Madonna & Roberto Capuano - Limitless - Drumcode 14. OC & Verde & Veerus - Echota

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12. DCR366 - Drumcode Radio Live - Adam Beyer live from the Pryda Arena at Tomorrowland, Belgium

  • Published: 2017-08-10T04:19:05Z
  • By adambeyer
DCR366 - Drumcode Radio Live - Adam Beyer live from the Pryda Arena at Tomorrowland, Belgium

Drumcode Live this week is Adam Beyer live from the Pryda Arena at Tomorrowland, Belgium. Expect to hear tracks from Dense & Pika, Julian Jeweil and Sam Paganini. 1. Dubfire - Ribcage (Dense & Pika Remix) 2. Alan Fitzpatrick - Rhino - We Are The Brave 3. Sian - Camouflage (Lee Van Dowski Remix) - Octopus Records 4. Bart Skils - Acid Rain - Drumcode 5. Julian Jeweil - South - Drumcode 6. Danny Serrano & Rehmark - Second State - Truesoul 7. Sam Paganini - Elevator - JAM 8. Loco & Jam - Far Away 9. Marcus Meinhardt - Caribic Royal (Bart Skils Remix) 10. Andres Campo & Ramiro Lopez - Pachamama - Odd Recordings 11. Timmo - Desire 12. Smith & Selway - Bit More Light - Drumcode 13. Dense & Pika - Lanky - Drumcode 14. Mars Bill - Mohave - Drumcode 15. Rudosa - Absorption 16. Slam - Like This - Soma Records

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13. DCR369 - Drumcode Radio Live - Adam Beyer live from Cavo Paradiso, Mykonos

  • Published: 2017-08-31T07:18:20Z
  • By adambeyer
DCR369 - Drumcode Radio Live - Adam Beyer live from Cavo Paradiso, Mykonos

Drumcode Live this week is Adam Beyer live from Cavo Paradiso, Mykonos. Expect to hear tracks from Dubfire, Oliver Huntemann & Oscar L. 1. Mark Broom - King - EPM Music 2. Hardrive - Deep Inside (Cerillo Warehouse Edit) - Strictly Rhythm 3. Kiko - Drumatta - Noir Music 4. Ramon Tapia - Groove Five 5. Luigi Madonna & Roberto Capuano - Midfields 6. Dubfire - Ribcage (Dense & Pika Remix) - SCI+TEC 7. Remy Unger - The Moral Knight - Waxbox 8. Alan Fitzpatrick - Rhino - We Are The Brave 9. OC & Verde + Veerus - Naaki 10. DJ Boris - Let’s Roll (Ron Costa Remix) - Transmit Recordings 11. Markus Enochson - Refix Refocus - Strange Idols 12. Oliver Huntemann - Rotlicht - Senso Sounds 13. Oscar L - Konfusion - Truesoul 14. Carl Cox, Steve Ward, Whitehead - Give Me Something (Joey Beltram Remix) - Bulletdodge

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Track List : Sasha - GameOvr Julian Jeweil - Module Redshape - Blink (Tunnel Mix) Dubfire - RibCage (Dense & Pika Remix) Takaaki Itoh - Boyscouter Amelie Lens - In Silence Cleric - Nowhere Fast

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15. Joris voorn- balance press par

Joris voorn- balance press par

Some great ten minutes in this masterpiece from Joris Voorn. Joris Voorn - Balance 014 Label /EQ Recordings EQGCD024 veröffentlicht /March 2009 starts with 1-10.3. Dubfire - Ribcage

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16. Spectrum Radio Episode 026 by JORIS VOORN

Spectrum Radio Episode 026 by JORIS VOORN

Download Podcast on iTunes: bit.ly/SpectrumRadio Spectrum is the brand new radio show and events series by Joris Voorn, allowing him to share the full reach of his extensive musical tastes with both his loyal fan base and new listeners alike. The show will reflect this with regular premiers of new music from Joris and other artists in his world, as well as regularly featuring live sets captured at some of the world's most iconic dance music venues. See The Wide Spectrum - www.facebook.com/thewidespectrum Get involved with The Wide Spectrum - jorisvoorn.com Track List Rory Gallagher feat. Gabriel Lynch - Cog In The Machine (Moodwax Remix) Marino Canal - The Midnight Sun Re.You - Work It Now (Tiefschwarz Remix) Monkey Safari - Helios Fennec & Wolf - Gati Art Of Tones - Koniokola (Fred Everything Re-Do) Tuff City Kids - Beau-Tan The Mountain People - Firebomb Stephen Brown - Back Stroke Guido Schneider, Daniel Dreier - Little Helper 290-3 Dorisburg - Cirkla Modulo - With The Wind Lauhaus - DubFace Gel Abril  - Alphabet Yotam Avni - Yamzo Marcus Henriksson - A Matter Of The Heart   Dubfire - Ribcage (Adrian Sherwood Remix) Sven Tasnadi - Freaque The XX - On Hold (Jamie XX Remix)

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17. Rosper - Revenge

  • Published: 2017-09-06T13:13:49Z
  • By SCI+TEC
Rosper - Revenge

OUT NOW! '10 Years of SCI+TEC' ➔ https://scitec.lnk.to/10YearsOfSCITEC A decade deep into its ongoing investigations, documenting and pushing the sonic frisson and fusion between science and technology, SCI+TEC remain at the very forefront of electronic music. Its feet firmly on the dance floor, its spirit deep inside the machines, its sights set on the future; from day one Dubfire’s label has continuously forged its own deep furrow. With breakthrough Dubfire releases such as ‘Roadkill’ and ‘RibCage’ SCI+TEC has managed to create a whole new framework for 21st century techno. All the while SCI+TEC has consistently championed and encouraged new and unsung talent from around the world, amplifying legions of rising names; Carlo Lio, Davide Squillace, Paul Ritch, SHADED, The Junkies, Johnny Trika, Alex Mine and countless more include SCI+TEC releases in their rich histories. This precision balance of stark sonic signature, technical ideology and nurturing new ideas along with talent, has led to SCI+TEC’s perpetual momentum into every house and techno DJ’s playlists for the past 10 years. Be it the label’s penchant for deep, undulating subby grooves, or its passion for warehouse-razing thunder-powered techno, the SCI+TEC sound covers every corner of the floor and every chapter of the night; as proven by the label’s many world tours under the guidance of lead curator and techno innovator, Dubfire. And proved once again by this fittingly stacked anniversary album. 10 brand new, unreleased tracks to celebrate 10 years from 10 of the label’s most exciting artists, every track brings home the SCI+TEC message: The breath-taking atmospheres of Alex Mine’s album scene-setter ‘In The Name Of What’; Wigbert’s detailed drum momentum on ‘Multiclock’; the soulful allure of Carlo Lio’s ‘Because Of You’; the hazy slow-burning groove smoulders of Hector & David Gtronic’s ‘Saki’; Raul Facio’s subversion of Dubfire’s early rising turbine tension on ‘Malo’; the eerie juxtaposition of acidic icicles and groaning elephantine bass on Rosper’s ‘Revenge’; Shaded’s alien up-pitched funk on ‘Crayzy’; the soaring synths and cosmic undertones of Johnny Trika’s ‘One Rainy Wish’ and the pulverising kickdrum and funk of Mr Bizz’s ‘Blue Velvet… Not to mention the deep, hypnotic swing of Dubfire’s restrained and dubbed-out groove ‘Swerve’. Each track an odyssey in itself, they complement and tessellate to reveal a much wider vision of the past, present and, most importantly, the future. Consistently rooted but constantly rising; this album isn’t celebrating the last 10 years of SCI+TEC… It’s setting us up for the next 10 years to come.

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18. GRND-ZRO - Live Set @ The Lab

  • Published: 2016-05-03T18:38:53Z
  • By GRND-ZRO
GRND-ZRO - Live Set @ The Lab

Techno that inspires us! 1. Marc Romboy vs Stephan Bodzin - Triton (Original Mix) 2. Stephan Bodzin Vs Marc Romboy - Miranda Oliver Huntemann Remix 3. Oliver Huntemann - NYC (Keep On Playin') - Original Mix 4. Dubfire - RibCage (Original mix) 5. Mar-T - Propaganda (Marc Marzenit Remix) 6. Oliver Huntemann - Rikarda (Original Mix) 7. Oliver Huntemann - La Boum (Original Mix)

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19. Josh C - Intentionally Left Blank

Josh C - Intentionally Left Blank

Ricardo Vilalobos - Dexter Gui Borrato - Arquipelago Guido Schneider - Halo Marc Houle - Turtle Feet Pan-Pot - Charly Dennis Ferrer - Son of Raw (Loco Dice) Alloy Mental - God Is Green (Phil Kieran) Audion - Mund Zu Munde Dubfire - Ribcage Claude VonStroke - Whos Afraid of Detroit (3 Channels) Phonique - Bang Rainer Wechhold - Bamboo Format B Skoozbot - A Fist Full of Duckets Modeselektor - Suckerpin Modeselektor - Turn Deaf

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20. 2018#05 [HOUSE/MELODIC/TECHNO]

  • Published: 2018-02-18T09:51:26Z
  • By Jeeon
2018#05 [HOUSE/MELODIC/TECHNO]

Ripperton pres. Headless Ghost/Dirtee Groove Termoment/Alum Roses Jonathan Kaspar/Khaya Andreas Saag/Wilderness Simoncino/Spirit Of Transmat Nato Medrado/The Minor Ben Businovski/Variables Christian Nielsen/Treading Water (Instrumental) Dubfire/RibCage (Adrian Sherwood Remix) Copy Paste Soul/In Focus Ambivalent/Whyou Johannes Heil/Gospel Thirteen Skream/Motions Johannes Heil/Gospel Five (Artwork by XSULLO)

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