Following on from our ADE album last year is Pro-B-Tech new showcase album.
On this album we have complied and selected a unique selection of tacks and artists to highlight some of Pro B Tech hot new talents as well some more familiar.
The album artists and titles have been carefully selected to provide an interesting blend of the creative, the energetic to the deep and the more melodic whilst providing you an engaging listening experience throughout. Like our ADE album this a real international affair with artists and influences form far and wide.
The album sets the tone with an artist we are very exited by, Ian Meyer from Russia. His tile Firera is a real modern techno exhibit with great ear melting melodics to capture your attention.
Next we have Lionel Ross from Spain with Tajaraste. Heres a deeper prog / techy influenced number which is very hypnotic and mood driven with great arpeggiated sequences.
Sonic Union & TR20 are two familiar names that continue to impress with their incessant amount of quality productions. This collaboration between Sweden & the UK hits the ground running with an acid enthused groove which builds continuously with intensity.
Argentinas Hernan Serrao returns to the Pro B Tech stable with another one of his infectious dark progressive works which really reflects the true sound of South America.
Kiz Pattison (UK) is very much an immerging artist with a number of releases and remixes under his banner including remixes for Blue Amazon. This is very dark minimal techno / progressive crossbreed with great groove.
Next is Laurent Chanal who is our awesome new signing from France. Laurents tile Magic is another engaging and detailed modern progressive construction with great mood.
Leeds based Feed On Digital are producing some of their best work at the moment and this is a great continuation of that. Where’s Nowhere is a very unique electronic fuelled production with particular atmosphere.
Our second sitting from Ian Meyer takes over from where Fiera left us with more melodic frenzied techno.
DaGeneral & Moggi hit the deck next with another creative output to add to their successive productions. This time with a minimal deep hypnotic coded track tilted Bass feeling.
One of Pro B Tech favourites Zak Gee returns to us with whats best described as lustrous.
Zak Gee always provides quality music with an array of influences compacted around an individual house sound.
Finally we have red.tree vs Luxury Slacker which an all out Miami USA collaboration.
Emerge is a more trance-inducing progressive from a collaboration thats building uniquely across the club fraternity.
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