DivKid launched in September last year with the goal of releasing an original track each month. A year later we have 12 original tracks packaged together to form the first DivKid LP. The 12-1 compilation LP features the 12 tracks in the original release order available in one complete package for the first time. Too many names to mention for DJ support on this one as all the tracks span a year we’ve had masses of support from big names such as Carl Cox, Orbital, Markus Schulz, Dom Kane and many more!
The Whah EP is out now!
With big DJ support on the EP from Carl Cox, Morgan Tomas, DJ FM, Mert Onar, Tom Beltor, DHL, Aaron Lee, DJ Chad E, Lee Roden, Semih Karakas, Charles McDonald, DiRRty HaRRi, Mike King, Franco Sordo and many more!
The Whah EP will be the 16th release for UK label – Lung Filler Records. It features original electro-house track ‘Whah’ from Divkid along with a range remix, including
Autophase (progressive house), Feedback (Electro), Deep Infect (Tech House), Paul D Lewis (Minimal-Techno) and Alex Grekov (Techno).
With massive support from the one and only CARL COX (on his previous remix for Lung Filler Records).We’re proud to present the ‘Paranormal Daybreaker EP’ from Alex Grekov. With two original tracks ‘Paranormal’ and ‘Daybreaker’ (who would have guessed) the EP shows Alex’s talent for stripped back and evolving techno. Get yourself a copy of the tracks here
The Paranormal Daybreaker EP will be the 11th release for Lung Filler Records. It also sees Alex Grekov returning to the label with original material following his preview remix for the labels second release back in October. The EP features 2 originals tracks both rooting themselves into the realms of techno.
Paranormal starts with a solid beat and insistent kick drum, which immediately places it firmly within the techno genre. The percussion and hihat give pace and movement to to the deep and subby groove. The track uses swooshes and white noise swells to introduce new melodic and glitch type percussion throughout the track. The track gradually builds in pace and dynamics before dropping to a a percussion and noise based groove. It then kicks back in with the full throb of the groove and the unrelenting bass line.
Daybreaker starts with a heavy groove and wet-sounding effects and glitches that filter and modulate before settling into a solid and persistent techno groove. Alex uses the sound design from the intro, as well as new percussive and melodic loopsto build the dynamics and intensity of the track, before dropping it to a dark and dissonant breakdown. The track comes back in full pace, using the fluctuating breakdown lines to create his peak.