Wednesday, April 15, 2015
John Massey / D.C.T. / Subspec Recordings
After a brief hiatus i'm happy to announce my new release on Subspec Recordings featuring none other than Bryan Zentz on remix duties. Bryan has been a long time friend and constant inspiration so having him on board for this release is truly "full circle" for me.
Here is a quick insert from the official promo:
John Massey returns to Subspec with two brand new, exclusive tracks in his propulsive signature style. D.C.T. and I.S.T. are straight forward studies of punchy percussion riding on a river of bass. Making it a full Pacific Northwest Techno connection Portland’s veteran producer Bryan Zentz rounds things out with a stomping turn toward the dark with his ‘Death Comes Tomorrow’ remix of the title track. All three cuts are grade A grooves for the most demanding sets.
Supported by: Dustin Zahn, The Advent, Brendon Moeller, Drumcell, Aaron Nesbit, Uun, Margin Walker, The Automatic Message, ET (A-Squared Muzik), Milkplant, W. Daniels, Van Czar, DJ Manos, Bobby Dowell, Robin Banks, Jay Zoney, Complicit, DJ M-TRAXXX, Andrew Duke, Revy, Dancefloor Mayhem, Rennie Foster, Sone, Centrikal, James Kelley, LilRoj, Daya, Slam, DJ YouWe, Matt Ess, Chad Neiro, Miss Shelrawka, Todd Normandy
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Posted by John Massey at 10:58 PM
Labels: Bryan Zentz, From 0-1, hardtechno, John Massey, Mindshift, PLUS, Sound Rehab, subspec, Techno
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