Things & Stuff Vol. 2 (RTSW18)

by Various Artists

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Over 2 years passed since the first ‘Things & Stuff‘ compilation, and now the story continues… What we have now is a collection of ‘remixes on’ or ‘remixes by’ the label responsible person – Vadz. This compilation shows varied approach to the original material and, as a result – different styles of the output – from intense and groovy techno sound to bright electro and light-weight housey stuff. Some of the artists you may aready know, others are newcomers on RT. Welcome aboard and pump up the volume!

1) I bet you know who Debasser is, and of course you’ve heard his massive ‘Fat Girls‘ track. This remix was made as a part of forthcoming release on WIDE with remixes from other artists, but we agreed to put it out on RT for free right now. Dirty electro-techno interpretation!

2) Steve Lukas is from UK, he runs Blistered Recordings and does wonderful series of mixes called ‘Not For Girls’ with actual techno sound. This remix is an answer from Vadz on Steve’s work on ‘Nuclear Volgodonsk‘. Dancefloor-friendly, tasty techno!

3) Naj has appeared on ‘Strategic Reserves‘ compilation before, and now here’s his remix on that-Bender-track. Cool techno with warm pads and simple melody. Everything to make you move – a refreshment remedy into your set!

4) Skaiz from Germany is fully involved into minimal / tech-house kind of production now. This remix was made by Vadz back in 2006 – a heavier version of one of his earlier tracks. Ready for the dancefloor, massive and groovy!

5) Another blast from the past. Project Mirror – a short collaboration of 2 producers from Taganrog, Russia, who then came each his own way. Vadz’ remix was made in 2006. All this time it has been waiting for it’s hour to become public. Tested on many dancefloors, this bright and simple electro track was remastered in 2010 and finally released. Enjoy!

6) We have another remarkable work in the ending. It is the ‘Abstraction’ track from Spider Man EP remixed by DJ Slon from St. Petersburg. It became more intense and got some rock-flavour. Play it louder!

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released October 10, 2010

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Russian Techno Russian Federation

Russian Techno label was started by Vadz in late 2007. It’s conception is true, unique techno and electro music with character, coming from Russia. In the middle of 2010 the first physical release, RT-1, vinyl record faced the fingers of techno-DJs all over the world. The record was reviewed by famous UK’s Mixmag magazine and got ‘Tune Of The Month‘ award. ... more

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