When playing techno I still keep up with my old ways of pushing the momentum with a mixing style which is a much more aggressive method in performing, versus what has become the unfortunate norm with many producers turned DJ continuously using long breakdowns and build ups as the only way of transitioning to the next track, which is very boring to me. I think that has to do with Proper Techno’s structure. When I heard Techno for the first time it was a bit strange, because of the way Techno is composed, but I started to appreciate it more and more. It’s like I say…Techno Belongs To Those Who Feel It …
- Andrea – Void
- Emmanuel – Deeply Involved
- Ilario Alicante – Hypno (Mark Broom Remix)
- Raiz – Cored (Cell Injection Remix)
- Dubspeeka – SK30
- Planetary Assault Systems – Dungeon (Phase Remix)
- ubx127 – Flares
- Lewis Fautzi – Blood (Exium Remix)
- Steve Bicknell – The Moment I Stopped
- Charlton – Chaotic Behaviour
- George Tounisidis – Nakyla
- Josh Wink and Lil Louis – How’s Your Evening So Far?
- Cari Lekebusch – Eye Sight
- Andre Kronert – Exile EP Side B1
- Truncate – Truncate 14 Side B
- He/At – Live and Don’t Learn
- Leiras – Abyssal
- Architectural – Elliptical Storm
- AIKEN – Sanity
- Kamikaze Space Programme – Thalamic
- Thor – T2
- ZIPPO – La Fuite
About the Podcast
The Groovetech weekly DJ mix is a 1 hour podcast playing Techno and Deep-House. Hosted and mixed by Andreas Marouchos (rouchos).
Andreas Marouchos (Short, Rouchos), is a DJ from Toronto. Playing Techno and House, Andreas has been a professional DJ since 1998, playing sets in four countries. He is also a podcasting pioneer, with live audio and video mixes stretching as far back as the last millennium. Despite the progress of technology, Andreas still collects and spins 100% of music on Vinyl as he believes that “putting a laptop between a DJ and the crowd seems boring”.
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