UMEK and Groovebox team for this deep, tech house cut for the 1605 Music Therapy imprint. Available now on Beatport.
UMEK teases a new collab with Groovebox, due November 11th on 1605 Music Therapy.
Snippet from UMEK’s upcoming collaboration with Siwell, due October 7th on Sphera Records.
Tech house geniuses pair for “Mighty Wind”, due September 25th on Mark Knight’s Toolroom Records imprint.
UMEK Move Around Great Stuff Recordings Slovenian star UMEK’s latest banger for Great Stuff does away with anything as pedestrian as a featureless beat-led intro, instead dropping us straight into a breakdown/build style scenario. Its energy is all the more potent for it. A cheeky ’90s Euro dance style synth hook stabs away at a [cont.]
Fedde’s “Metrum” gets remixed by tech house titan, UMEK, with amazing results. Read on: In our most memorable year to date and as part of our tenth birthday celebrations, here at Toolroom Records we present to you our landmark tracks from the last decade, updated and reworked by some of our favourite artists. Leading the [cont.]
Having already mixed one of the most standout albums in the series, and with his distinction in the global scene still remaining unmatched, it seem only fitting that 1605’s head honcho be the first to return: blending a second round of blistering techno cuts it’s ‘Toolroom Knights Mixed By UMEK 2.0’. Within 14 huge album [cont.]
Another clash of the titans unravels as UMEK goes head to head with Pleasurekraft on this sly one-tracker. Led by huge chord stabs in a familiar progression, “Korea” is bound to be a household tune (no pun intended), also serving as an infectious ear worm. Don’t let the melodic sensibilities confuse you, though. The stomping [cont.]
The ever successful prince of house UMEK brings some incredible sounds to to the Spinnin’ imprint. Available now on Beatport.
For the inaugural release, Pleasurekraft’s label Kraftek welcomes up and coming UK Bass producer, Bontan, into the unit with his debut EP, Hit it From The Back. Bontan, who supplied one of the standout remixes of Pleasurekraft feat. Green Velvet’s Skeleton Key, delivers two new and original productions alongside a remix from Umek.Hit It From [cont.]
The almighty Filterheadz nod firmly to the sound that shaped their stellar journey and at the same time formulate the blueprint for the next page of their sonic evolution.The monstrous groove based on their custom tribal programming rips and roars over the rubble before their trademarked vocals kick in and remind us of who we [cont.]
You know you’re ready for something special when lord UMEK comes up with a one-tracker, and even the title on this one let’s you know you’re in for a manic ride. Sly bass sets the tone, under the tightly-wound rhythm section and flashy stabs make way for a cheeky vocal that takes the lead role. [cont.]
UMEK teams up with Siwell for this one-tracker that is instantly recognisable by its quirky effects and intricate drum edits. As the whole affair gallops along, mutated snippets fire at us from all angles, meticulously teasing towards the synth-laden breakdown, reminiscent of better days. Expect nothing less than full-throttle action, all held together with trademarked, [cont.]
Another relentless rhythm attack has dropped in the form of “Earth”. An immense groove holds it down in true style, while the masters of drum manipulation deliver lesson after lesson in rhythm construction. But the boys don’t like to keep us quiet, so intricate vocal programming and manic rises keep our brains leaking. Out today [cont.]
Welcome to UMEK’s hour-long trip Behind The Iron Curtain. Special guest set from Mario Ocho in this week’s episode. Tracklist: UMEK: 01. Festa Bros & DJ PP – Done [CR2] 02. Kim Starr – Revival [Soundcloud] 03. Adam Fierce & Dam Van – Feelin [Safari] 04. Siwell – Keep On Groovin  05. David Amo [cont.]
Paired down techno grooves from Slovenian genius, UMEK, hit today on Deep Perfect. You know what to expect here, and he delivers on all fronts.
As broadcasts on over 60 radio stations worldwide: 01. Loko & DJ PP – Break It All [Loko Motion] 02. Angelo Ferreri – Fet It [Material] 03. Sian – Canary In The Coalmine [Octopus] 04. Eddie Amador – I’m Not Your Girlfriend [Soundcloud] 05. Tony Roguez – 1981 [Uranobeat] 06. Zoltan Kontes – Street Knowledge [cont.]
This kills. Fittingly released via UMEK’s Music Therapy, Italy’s Uto Karem crafts a gorgeous, minimalist tech house cut. Just let this one sink right in, and keep an eye out for this cat. Out on Beatport now.
Tech house master UMEK creates another ridiculously solid groove on this hour long mix, which is currently broadcasted on over 60 radio stations worldwide. 01. Olivier Giacomotto – Wonder Shoe [Promo] 02. Stefano Noferini – Unknown title [Promo] 03. Guille Placencia – Guns [Avenue] 04. Ruslan Rebell – Rock On [Soundcloud] 05. Da Fresh – [cont.]
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