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D-Node 252: J.C. | Tresor + Deeply Rooted


Born and raised in Madrid, Jose Cabrera grew up on a wide range of musical genres, but in the techno realm come to appreciate the quality techno titans like M-Plant,Basic Channel, Axis, Chain Reaction, Mosaic, Downwards, UR and Dynamic Tension. His own style of raw, stripped down and hypnotic techno is a reflection of his influences. In 2012, he started the label A Harmless Deed together with his friend Damian Schwartz, releasing records of the likes of Fred P, Dj F, Marcos Cabral and Epiphany and he produced his first EP for the argentinian label Greener Records in the beginning of 2013. He’s since released on Fred P’s Soul People Music, Deeply Rooted House, Tresor and others, as well as his own JC Records.

This week’s mix is a reflection of the aesthetic described above, moving from hypnotic pads to some Mike Parker, getting harder to make its way to Robert Hood’s excellent “Side Effect” and finishing with a track that really sounds like it belongs on Tomorrow.

J.C. has an upcoming release on his own label as well as a split EP with Kastil on Ben Sims’ relaunched Symbolism.


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Answer Code Request – Odyssey Sequence
Attemporal- Att 13
Mike Parker – Ringing Bass
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Steffan Linzatti_The_Contraption
NX1 – Gr2
Alex.Do – Concrete
Roman Poncet – Lunacy
Tadeo_The whisperer
Jeroen Search – Magnus
Robert Hood – Side Effect
Tobias – Test Card
Phase – Systems Theory
Zenker Brothers – Mount Eleven
Sterac – Track 2
Stefan Vincent – Elephant’s Foot (Staffan Linzatti Remix)

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