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Press Releases from Eminor Records (4 total)

Eminor 29 again comes up with massive minimalist techno

Out on February 25th: Eminor 29 again comes up with massive minimalist techno by Coeter One & Dubit, Scalameriya (containing remix by Re:Axis) On Eminor 29, a German and an Italian sound designer, Coeter One & Dubit, are brought together and the result is “Granatapfel” - an experimental mixture of drums and carefully quantized grooves. Its minimalistic framework is teamed up by vocoded vocals and an unique break which leads

Eminor 28 by Berlin based duett Turmspringer (containing remix by Laufmasche) ou …

New release: Eminor 28 by Berlin based duett Turmspringer (containing remix by Laufmasche) out now / digital January 21st Eminor 28 is a record filled with a harmonic fusion of surprising musical contradictions. In “Ooh Zoot”, Turmspringer spices up twinkle-toed minimal house with jazz-inspired funkiness. Yet they easily manage to avoid the risk of staying superficial by flavouring the tune with a unique strangeness. With “In Between 2 Cigarettes” Turmspringer

DER HUT 14 / Felix Bernhardt (containing Remix by Wahrlich&Carbon) out on Decemb …

On DER HUT 14, German techno aficionado Felix Bernhardt comes along with wavering minimal compositions. According to the track titles “Black Donkey” and “Die lustige Lokomotive” (The funny locomotive), playfulness is an important part of Bernhardt`s musical concept. Whereas “Black Donkey” is a massive piece of bass concentration mixed with a rotund sound structure, sampled vocals and a thrilling build-up for explosive dancefloor moments, “Die lustige Lokomotive” starts with playful,

Eminor Record´s new release "Eminor 27/Akiko Kiyama" out on December 3rd / digi …

Japanese, Tokyo born Akiko Kiyama has been a prominent figure on the minimal techno scene since her debut release in 2004. The first female minimal tech producer to have come out of Japan now lives and works in Berlin, Germany. Akiko’s sound is a complex pattern of sounds. Raw and industrial, dark and moody, her signature sits firmly within the minimal style, but with a melodic structure that gives shape