DN48 Matthias Springer - Fields of Nowhere
Matthias Springer "Fields of Nowhere"
After almost 2 years Matthias Springer is back with his new EP "Fields of Nowhere" on dreiton. Matthias is no stranger to the electronic music community. On labels like Diametral, dreiton, Eintakt and Dimbideep he has been releasing great tracks with influences of Dubtechno, Acid and House for many years. On his new EP Matthias combines exactly these interfaces. Elegant dubtechno grooves meet floating soundscapes and driving house chords. His tracks have a wonderful density, filled with reverb rooms and delays. Beautiful music that not only invites you to dance... Enjoy listening!
DN47 Tom Cabrinha - Terraforming
Tom Cabrinha „Terraforming“
After causing quite a splash with releases on Deeptakt Recordings, Askance Disc and YingYang, we are happy to welcome Tom Cabrinha for his first EP - Terraforming - on dreiton. Tom is able to create soothing warm and full sounds with just a small number of elements. The vividness of his loops and coherence of the chosen elements are impressive by itself. He has remarkable flow and development in his productions. Lars Leonhard and Narcotic303 are able to capture the original warmth and vividness of the original tracks and send us on a wonderful sound journey. That said, bon voyage!
DN46 Simon Spe - Phased
Simon Spe "Phased"
Simon Spe is back on dreiton with his debut album. To say a lot about Simon is not necessary, for many years he has been a long-time dreiton companion and his tracks have been played in countless Dub Techno DJ Sets.
Simon's seven tracks radiate a dreamy, hypnotic, almost melancholic mood that invites you to pause. Something special about Simon's music is that it only changes in small nuances in the course of the tracks
The sounds reduced to the essential, with a lot of sense for the sound and exact listening and discovering of changes, take the listener on a small musical journey...
Enjoy listening and discovering
Cover Artwork: Alena Nienstedt
DN45 Martin Bausch - Tomorrows Yesterday Remixes
Martin Bausch "Tomorrows Yesterday" Remixes (DN45)
After Martin Bausch's successful debut album "Tomorrows Yesterday" we are now looking forward to the remixes. Nine artists like Simon Spe, Insect O. and Matthias Springer show how various the reinterpretation of the original tracks can be. Variations from Dub Techno and Deephouse up to Techno and IDM are served magnificently. A fine diversified album with soundscapes and kicks in peaceful coexistence, spaces in between that want to be understood and at the end above all music that lets us wander in out thoughts, wherever we are... Have fun listening...
DN44 Krause.D - The Beauty of Peronality
Krause.D The Beauty of Personality
The tracks of Dieter Krause alias Krause. D have been keeping their promises for many years when it comes to the composition of fine, minimalistic sound design.
Reduced techno consisting of 808 beats, guitars and driving basses in its original form. To the original tracks there are remixes by Dennis Allen, Denny Suski and Frank Hellmond.
DN43 Martin Bausch - Tomorrows Yesterday
Martin Bausch „tomorrows yesterday“
With the third release on dreiton Martin Bausch presents his debut album "Tomorrows Yesterday". Eight tracks that beautifully show Martin's musical background of electronic club music between Dub Techno and Detroit House. Here raw, old-school house grooves meet chords and pads. The love for detail and the perceptible analog warmth in the sounds create the special charm of his tracks. Martin's productions show how the traditions of earlier Dub Techno and house productions can live on with real analog basic work...
Have fun listening!
Mastering by Matthias Springer
DN42 V/A - reset
V/A - Reset
After a short creative break we would like to get back to you with the compilation "Reset".
Nine tracks by new and well-known artists cover a musical spectrum of electronic music, between House, Dubtechno and Elektronika.
The selection of tracks is also a foretaste of upcoming releases, which will be based on the sound of "Reset".
We are looking forward to new exciting music ...
DN41 Calitos - Babylon EP
Kalitos, an Deep House Artist from Leipzig. Founding his own Label Morgentau Music he is developing new kinds of Deep House Styles.
Kalitos is a musician all trough. 1994, when he was six years old he started to play violin. Over the years this became to be not enough. After he learned to play the guitar, he played in several bands and projects. 2003 he finally discovered his heartbeating passion to Electronic Music. Since this time he is developing as an Deep House connected DJ and Producer. His latest step is his own label "Morgentau Music", founded in 2015.
Kalitos first dreiton release, with the wonderful title "Babylon", amazes with highly emotive and grooving house. Atmosphere and beat are equal to small melodic fragments and percussive rhythm. The tracks convey an immediate desire for club music which works both on the dancefloor, as well as in the domestic living room.
DN40 Denny Suski - Lost Place EP
The fortieth edition comes from no other than the second partner of Dreiton. Denny Suski delivers a deep and fresh new EP connected by a subtle touch of melodic elements which embraces the iconic sound of Dreiton. The EP includes a fantastic Remixes from Martin Bausch & Mike Plate
DN39 Simon Spe - Birth of a Storm
After his debut EP on dreiton.net in
2016, it impresses once more how Simon Spe can blend atmospheric dubes,
melancholic dreamy melodies and rhythmic elements. Simon tells with each
of his four tracks, a very unique, thrilling story that reveals new
small sound structures each time you listen. An EP for the perfect
sunrise after dancing the night away.
Relaxed listening ..
DN38 Dennis Allen - Grauzone
We welcome Dennis Allen as a new artist in our small dreiton family.
The DJ and producer from Mönchengladbach enriches us with fine deep house tracks, enhanced with a little pinch of dub.
The „Grauzone“ RMX by Frank Hellmond essentially uses dubby elements, which he marvelously merges into a flowing groove of chords, basslines and driving beats.
DN37 Matthias Springer - Panama Stories
With catalog number 037 a wellknow artist is back on dreiton.net.
Matthias Springer´s EP „Panama Stories“ is a mix of broad soundscapes,
small hidden melodic fragments and wonderful 4/4 background beats.
Listen amd enjoy
DN36 Martin Bausch - Numbers II
After Martin Bausch has successfully released the first part of his "Numbers" project in autumn 2015, now follows Numbers II.
The release consisting of the three original tracks and remixes by Simon Spe and Denny Suski, is a wonderful mix of dubby elements, small melodic fragments and a dash of techno.
We hope you enjoy listening.
Artwork: Rypzylon Maligne Master: Weaselson Forward
DN35 Wenzel Mehnert - Deeplink II
Wenzel Mehnert’s project " Deep Link II " shows very well how electronica, dub (creeping, direction of travel) and techno (fragile) can and may be in harmony. Because of their subtle designed sounds these tracks fascinate with infinite depth.
These wonderful sound spaces are supported by elegant and subdued rhythmic elements.
DN34 Simon Spe - Nala Tapat
After Simon has been successfully presented with his deep piano track
„der „Kraken Utem“ on the „thirty“ compilation his debut EP is now
released on dreiton.net. We would characterize it this way: dubtechno in its finest form.
The track’s clear structures are remarkable. Simon understands to
combine delays and reverbs with complex sound-scapes to create a unique
style of ambient, dub and techno.
DN33 Nvelope - Sunset EP
Producer Nvelope from Berlin creates a wonderful structure by combining deep atmospheres and small melody fragments of impressive/ punchy/powerful synthesizer sounds.
Electronic music – somewhere between dubtechno and detroit house.
DN32 Rypzylon & WeaselSon - Lost in Dots
Timeless beautiful and wonderfully relaxed, with a bit of melancholy, like this the first release of RYPZYLON & Weaselson on dreiton could be described. Driving grooves and harmonic Atmosphere meet wide chords with a lot of dub in the space, everything is in the right place and so it should be!
The Vvelope RMX goes without the Atmosphere so a special emphasis is on the chords. All tracks work in the club as well as on the home sofa on a relaxing Sunday afternoon. Enjoy!
DN31 Martin Bausch - Numbers
Martin Bausch shows with his debut on dreiton.net how deepness and grooves can be harmonized.
The tracks balance in a unique sound between techno and dub. A fundament
created by subdued kicks, is layered by organic chords, which slowly
and steadily spread into dubby spheres. Frank Hellmond Rmx plays with
minimal fragments of the originals and creates with rhythm, base and
atmospheric sounds an impressing audio density that allows a personal
interpretation of the originals.