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    Default Berghain Techno?

    I noticed that there was a lot of interest in the Bass Music/Deep House thread, and I thought I'd start a thread based on another form of music thats been catching a lot of peoples ears recently, the dark heavy driving Berghain techno sound.

    Artists and DJs like Marcel Dettman, Ben Klock, Pfirter and Chris Liebing are really helping to drive this scene at the moment and I thought we should have a thread on it!


    stuff like this

    and this

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    Lovely sound - check out Marcel Fengler, Len Faki, Norman Nodge & Andre Galluzzi on the Berghain series, as well as Panorama Bar (Prosumer particularly), and of course Ostgut Ton.
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    Interested in this, I've really been getting into techno in the past several months and I can't get enough of it but I still feel kind of lost getting familiar with the current scene and what's happening with the genre. Definitely like the stuff from CLR and I've been wondering about production techniques for it to get that dark sound and that warehouse atmosphere. I would love to know what kind of FX they are using.

    Not sure if it fits in here or is 'berghain' but here's a video from a CLR/Chris Liebing warehouse party a few weeks ago.



    God I wish they did shit like this in the US more often...

    I guess I'm better off than most people in the U.S. since I can go to Space Miami to the Techno Loft every weekend and hear solid techno from 10pm to the afternoon the next day. Not many cities in the US with any sort of techno scene I know of...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Xonetacular View Post
    Interested in this, I've really been getting into techno in the past several months and I can't get enough of it but I still feel kind of lost getting familiar with the current scene and what's happening with the genre. Definitely like the stuff from CLR and I've been wondering about production techniques for it to get that dark sound and that warehouse atmosphere.

    Not sure if it fits in here or is 'berghain' but here's a video from a CLR/Chris Liebing warehouse party a few weeks ago.



    God I wish they did shit like this in the US more often...

    I guess I'm better off than most people in the U.S. since I can go to Space Miami to the Techno Loft every weekend and hear solid techno from 10pm to the afternoon the next day. Not many cities in the US with any sort of techno scene I know of...
    Check out the vids of Chris Liebing on the Native Instruments site.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xonetacular View Post

    God I wish they did shit like this in the US more often...
    Couldn't agree more mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by JasonBay View Post
    Couldn't agree more mate
    You could be in (South) Africa gentlemen - 'big hype' DJ in town right now........Avicii. I'd rather watch paint dry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xonetacular View Post
    God I wish they did shit like this in the US more often...
    I guess I'm better off than most people in the U.S. since I can go to Space Miami to the Techno Loft every weekend and hear solid techno from 10pm to the afternoon the next day. Not many cities in the US with any sort of techno scene I know of...
    Don't forget you have 'our' very own Lance Blaise on your doorsteps.
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    I think you'll enjoy here in The Netherlands, Xone! Every week there are plenty of techno parties to pick. I went to one last saturday . The Techno king from The Netherlands is in my opinion Speedy J, a legend, who often teams up with Chris Liebing under the moniker of Collabs. A track that's been heard for about 3/4 years now and still is hot, is this one:



    It's amazing how Speedy J is able to achieve such a sound... Stomping, just stomping. If you want to know some decent Techno artists, labels, tracks, hook me up because my list is way too long for writing it down in the early morning (it's 08:30 AM here).
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    Also Cristian Varela and his 'Pornographic' label.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xonetacular View Post



    God I wish they did shit like this in the US more often...

    I guess I'm better off than most people in the U.S. since I can go to Space Miami to the Techno Loft every weekend and hear solid techno from 10pm to the afternoon the next day. Not many cities in the US with any sort of techno scene I know of...

    we got a club around here that is styled like this. it is an old vault sort of thing.

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