A regular DJ, live act, producer and party host. Nicolas Teloglou's back catalogue includes releases on Plink Plonk, Eukatech and Eukahouse and more.
Now, the greek producer presents 'Bounce One', under his moniker 'Overbay'. An old-school flavoured EP, including four original tracks reminiscent of the early 90's techno sound. Each cut has it's own style. From the melodic grooves of 'Another Day', through the relentlessness of 'Bounce One', 'Funk Demon' and 'Nova Tone', to the warehouse vibes on 'There's Nothing Left'. The release revisits many aspects of the 90's techno sound.
You will find a variety of styles on the remixes as well. Starting slow but heavy, DJ ESP aka Woody McBride delves into a bass-heavy, hypnotic reinterpretation of 'Funk Demon'.
Hailing from Madrid, the man behind Hidden Suite Records debuts on MER remixing 'Funk Demon' as well. Mooz keeps the relentlessness of the original combined with his own thick signature sound.
Miss Electric closes the release with a subtle take on 'Another Day. The Austrian producer turns the original track into a fluffy, atmospheric, techno scape. A remix full with lush pads, fluid stab action and delicate percussion. Enjoy the third release of MER dancing like nobody is watching.
Released: 11th of December
Energun's 'Throwback' is the new LP by the band from Belarus. Six original productions driven by immense dissonant synths, laid over massive drum grooves. Remixes by Ade Fenton, The Subdermic and Miss Electric wrap-up this techno pack . Nine hypnotic tracks perfect for the dark and low dance floors.
MER is back with a second reference. Releasing the old-school techno sound they stand for: fast-paced, hypnotic and pounding.
BIO FOR: Energun
Energun project created in 1998 by two like-minded Denis Sinitsyn and Sergey Maksimchuka. Cool start taking Energun released a series of vinyl releases (Salpeter, Kazumi, Highball, etc) and to celebrate all major festivals of the post-Soviet space. After the break, taken in 2006, the project participants were mainly studio work, updated equipment and experimented with sound, which resulted in the creation of several side-projects, the most famous of which were vocal and electronic experiments within the formation Energun vs. Logika. But the roots have taken their toll and already in 2011 on live performances Energun could hear a real techno sound. Another important event of 2011 was the founding of the label Energun Records, which in addition to its work, the band released the famous representatives of the national electronic scene. A series of new releases willingly supported and included in their sets, many stars and luminaries techno. Also, based on the production studio operates successfully Energun Records Mastering Service, which helps musicians make electronic signature sound by professional mastering tracks.
Energun subsequent years continued to promote the creation of techno. It was released a large number of releases on the most famous techno labels (Decoy, Affin, Newrhythmic, Android Muziq, Darknet, Slap Jaxx, AcidWorx and ect.), After which received tremendous support from the techno community (Dave Clarke, Richie Hawtin, Giorgio Gigli, Marcel Dettmann, Inigo Kennedy, Milton Bradley, Takaaki Itoh, Mattias Fridell, Kr! z, Norman Nodge, Bas Mooy, Tommy Four Seven, and many others).
Continued progress in the search for studio gave fruit and made in 2014 for a record Energun 3 vinyl release - 42 digital and 42 tracks in various artists. But despite on seemingly fruitful production activities to date - Energun, continues to delight its Live shows, during which skillfully combines DJing with improvisations on analog synthesizers and samplers. According to the musicians - each live performance - a kind of a unique experiment, during which, sometimes intuitively are infinitely new colors and facets of techno music.
Released: 1st of May 2017
MER: Drawing back the spirit of old-school Techno
Remember that timeless experience from the parties back in the day?. Dancing over hours under an hypnotic state, induced by everlasting loops of fast-paced, heavy grooves?
MER brings the old-school vibe of 80's and 90's techno into a new realm, elevating the essence of that pure sound into nowadays dance floors. With digital and vinyl releases, the label's sole purpose represents adding quality output by showcasing new and established artists of the worldwide techno scene.
The Machinists, responsible for unfolding this first reference of the label with three original cuts embodies an UK-based producer, boasting a prominent influence by the techno sound the Birmingham neighbourhood is recognised for.
Extraction, the first original production sets-off the release with pure raw hypnotic grooves, guaranteed as safe countermeasure to any given dance floor situation.
The second original production is Slabb. A mesmerisingly-pleasant, hypnotic track arranged for maximising impact over crowds already trapped in the late night grooves. Metallic and subtly arpeggiated, this constitutes your track when a jacking beat is required.
Lemmings, the title track chosen for this EP holds multiple meanings behind it's name. While you decipher the author's intended significance, drift away in infinite patterns of raw analog sequences omnipresent on the composition.
Representing the new wave of producers paying homage to the old-school, arrives Sirius Brown, supplying new school techniques injected in this straight-techno banger, turning Lemmings into a stomping, dance-floor monster.
Solid bass foundations embody the basic building blocks of every remix crafted by Greencross. Add up a dash of hard hitting drums paired with super complex sequences, and you obtain the formula the producer is acknowledged for. This time he steps out of his own manifesto by introducing an unexpected kind of element into the rework.
The master-mind behind label itself Miss Electric, delivers a remix for this inaugural release in shape of a tool, conceived to be applied with a creative approach on your DJ sets.
MER pays tribute to the artists who made their quintessential contribution to the scene back in the day. An acid bass-line permeates razor-sharp beats on this Slabb Remix by one of the worldwide acid techno ambassadors DJ ESP aka Woody McBride.
To conclude the EP, Lemmings gets a treatment by one of the last decade's hardest working individuals behind the techno scene with immutable contributions such as Primate Recordings and Primevil, John Warwick joins the release with a version that evokes the prime-time of the 90's rave scene.
Released July 6, 2016