“Mehta is a producer and DJ from Saskatoon, SK, Canada. He has recently released music with Skylab and Techno.Black, both out of Calgary. He is also active as a promoter with his group Plan B.
With Stay Like That EP Mehta returns to Yarn Audio for a second release. This time, he brings three hybrid software / hardware tracks – atmospheric yet still punchy, each track is meant for a different time of night in the club.”
“Valya Kan is a Russian DJ & Producer currently living in Moscow. Before she was based in Berlin where she played in venues like Griessmühle, Normal Bar and Brunnen70.
On December / Memories – her first release after having an appearance on the compilation «Remiss Music Greatest Hits» – she delivers two dreamy techno tracks dipped in nostalgia with some sprinkles of euphoria.
Valya is expected to be back in Berlin in 2018 to please the dancefloor with her excellent selections.”
“New Orleans based producer Chump Change delivers two uptempo tracks on Yarn Audio’s fourteenth release. Chump Change – with real name Ian Adams – is one of those producers with a broad musical influence, besides the obvious ones like drum’n’bass and jungle, you can clearly hear a wide range of elements found in 80’s hip hop or 60’s psychedelic rock.
In the last two years Chump Change has had releases on labels like Footrap and Philthtrax.”
“On Yarn Audio’s thirteenth release Mehta delivers two constrained & bristling yet dreamy hardware jams.
‘Aimlessly Wandering’ trudges through a dry and acidic terrain that slowly gives way to a soupy layer and hints at an anthem that never quite manifests.
‘Bngrv’ pushes a vaguely ametrical bassline underneath a steady raw shuffle. A chord enters twice before the track melts into a tense and noisy overload before dropping back into its unbuttered shell.
Emerging from Saskatoon, a very isolated and relatively small city in Canada, Mehta presents these tracks for the night’s decay, pleasantly confused specters haunting the dancefloor.
Gear list for the nerds: Urzwerg, DE1, AX60, RS-09, TR-8.”
“Our 12th release has been produced by russian producer Atarix.
The release reveals two completely different tracks. ‘Better’ is a nice atmospheric bass track with tender repetitive vocals, ‘Remedy’ is a typical dancefloor killer, which reminds of the best house music era.”
“Terrorrhythmus’ ‘Adapion Discorder’ seems to be Yarn’s most smashing EP to date, judging by the almost endless amount of remixes. After the release of the uptempo remix-pack back in June, Yarn now presents Adaption Disorder Remixes Pt. 2. The second remix-EP keeps up with the high energy, concentrating on a dancefloor-friendly tempo-range.
From Germany’s rough bank capital Frankfurt comes machine-musician Chris Geschwindler. The affiliate of the young label polen.rec woves ’40h’’s pads and samples together with a shuffled house groove. His remix develops over eight minutes, leaving smiles everywhere with its airy and sunny atmosphere.
A totally different interpretation of ’40h’ comes from Llyphon. Terrorrhythmus’ mate from Bremen already released on his imprint Betonblume and DubKraftRecords. With stumbling bassdrums, flirring hi-hats and washed-out samples he transforms Terrorryhthmus’ trap track into a lush and varied piece of contemporary electronic music.
Also from Bremen comes producer and DJ in demand Tobs who just dropped his first vinyl on Drowned Records. His «Leaving Home»-version of ‘Post Smack’ is full of warm pads and synths, unfolding sentimental feelings over a pretty straight house beat.
Uprising Belgian producer Take Away The Noise seems to have hardcore in his blood. His seven minute long adaption of ‘Post Smack’ utilizes the original’s vocals in a stumping techno garment. Breaks and shuffled bassdrums penetrate the rough track which is designed to destroy dancefloors.”