Bleupulp : Made of Clay [Pertin​-​nce 082]

“I composed this track a while ago for a live PA and this summer 2020 i finally made this version, Though i think i will eventually make other versions that are more dj friendly. This version is more for listening.
My friends Kado and Arbee each made a cool remix; Kado’s is more dancefloor oriented with some breakbeats and a microhouse / minimal influence and Arbee’s remix has more of a chilled out ambient techno house vibe to it.”

Release page (Bandcamp)

Format: 3 x File, EP, MP3/320 kbps, FLAC, ALAC, WAVE
Released: 27 Jan 2021
Style: Minimal, Ambient, Microhouse, Ambient Techno

Originally posted by bassandspace.com

Kontinum : Polar Express [Pragmat#015]

“Pragmat presents the new EP Polar Express by the great artist Kontinum from Leipzig. Polar Express is a 12 track EP with 4 original tracks and 8 remixes that takes you on a hypnotically deep journey through space and time. The tracks send you through countless landscapes of sound and density beyond the normal imaginable. The remixes come from Ignacio Tardieu, Cavüm, Empirical Distress, Markus Masuhr, SHMИ and XYIZ.”

Release page (Bandcamp)

Format: 12 x File, Album, MP3/320 kbps, FLAC, ALAC, AIFF, WAVE
Released: 8 Dec 2020
Style: Deep Techno, Ambient Techno

Originally posted by bassandspace.com

Øihan : Aurpegia Ebaki [Pragmat#013]

Øihan‘s new album embarks on a journey through space and time in 11 Tracks. it takes you with it through the lightness and imbue the darkness in its very own way. the depth is so palpable it is a feeling that spreads through you from track to track and takes you completely. follow Øihan on this journey and let yourself fall into it and you will feel it.”

Release page (Bandcamp)

Format: 11 x File, Album, MP3/320 kbps, FLAC, ALAC, AIFF, WAVE
Released: 6 Aug 2020
Style: Deep Techno, Ambient Techno, Detroit Techno

Originally posted by bassandspace.com

Krash : Bass and Space Podcast 030 [BassPod 030]




We welcome Krash to celebrate our 30th episode of Bass and Space Podcast. Krash prepared a selection of deep hypnotic techno to invite you to an energetic trip.

Tracklist:
01. Deepbass – Separation Of The Present Moment (Original Mix)
02. Volte-Face – Plus Four ++++
03. Masashi Sueyoshi – Purple Haze ( Mike Deem Remix) (Remix)
04. !nertia – Magnetar (Original Mix)
05. Pvrv. – Cosmos (Original)
06. Droneghost – The Stream 2 (Original)
07. The Alchemical Theory – Search Find (Original Mix)
08. Distant Echoes – Volume Orizzontale
09. The Ripped – Silencio Blanco (Original Mix)
10. Ness – Noumenon (Aspect) [The Gods Planet]
11. Unclear – Sulfuric (Original)
12. Kontal – Epigram

As always, we thank Markus Masuhr for his Artwork.

Release page (Soundcloud)

Format: 1 x File, Mixset, MP3/320 kbps
Released: 4 Oct 2020
Style: Deep Techno, Hypnotic Techno, Ambient Techno

Originally posted by bassandspace.com

Bryson : Reflections From The Infinite [The Gods Planet]

“The free download series continues with a new episode, the release is presented by bryson. With his minimalistic approach, he introduces to the label Reflections From The Infinite, which includes 6 different flavoured tracks”

Release page (Bandcamp)

Format: 6 x File, Album, MP3/320 kbps, FLAC, ALAC, AIFF, WAVE
Released: 29 Apr 2020
Style: Deep Techno, Ambient Techno

Originally posted by bassandspace.com

Simon Mann : White Sage EP [self-released]

“Rolling sub bass and deep percussion meets emotional strings and dub progressions. Float away to the hauntingly sweet scent of White Sage.

The White Sage project is an exercise in manipulation. Australian Producer Simon Mann delivers one deep techno experiment in two separate interpretations. Rolling bass lines are woven between ambient strings and deep rhythms to create a haunting dubbed out journey in White Sage Wisp. Picking up the energy, a 4/4 beat, rolling percussion and deep acid bass bring the minimal house vibes to White Sage Smoke.”

Release page (Bandcamp)

Format: 2 x File, EP, MP3/320 kbps, FLAC, ALAC
Released: 8 Dec 2019
Style: Ambient Techno, Minimal, Leftfield

Originally posted by bassandspace.com