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Renegade Riddims: Task Horizon

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Task Horizon aka Aaron Von Schroeder, Jean Michel Thomet, Florian Suter and Tim Kleinert have been heavily influenced by the chaotic sonics of drum & bass. Hailing from Switzerland, they drew on the long, dark winter months to help craft their music in sonic solitude. Within this backdrop, they’ve seen their reputation steadily grow with every technologically solid record they’ve released.

Their journeys began at a young age. Aaron was introduced to the early electronic music of legendary figureheads Klaus Schulze and Jean-Michel Jarre. Tim spent hours poring over the keys of his piano. He could play his first chord at a tender age and it was from here that his obsession with music grew. Aaron’s passion for electronic music was nurtured throughout his teenage years, at which point he was introduced to D&B. Hooked instantly by its energy and mood, this newly found art-form became a central point for his entire life. He’d go on to buy a pair of turntables at age 20, becoming a regular buyer of records, always scouring through collections to find the most contemporary sounds.

Florian began his career with drum & bass in 2014, after mastering the djembe (African drum) in his early years and spending his time pouring over a vast range of musical instruments. He worked as a light technician in some of Zurich’s most revered venues. He also toured extensively with a punk rock band as a sound engineer, he’s always been deeply entrenched within the live circuit.

After meeting the rest of Task Horizon, including Jean, who’d been a close friend of Aaron’s for over two decades, he became a part of its world. Jean’s own path started whilst working as a qualified audio technician, working on professional film sets and teaching the subject at a third level institute in Zurich. His wide musical tastes reflect both in his music and work, from the careful compositions of Hans Zimmer to the more hard-hitting sound of Kill The Noise, translating directly into Task Horizon’s output. Together the formidable team were proved to be unshakeable.

After releasing on DCSI4, Forbidden Society, Dissected Culture, Mainframe and Fokuz Recordings, they’ve become a heavyweight part of the drum & bass back catalogue. Being on rotation across the radio airwaves, Task Horizon were quickly solidified as a force to be reckoned with.

Now, Task Horizon join our Renegade Riddims series. This mix is fast paced and heavy hitting, full of energy and a wicked track selection…bass face engage!!

Track List:

  1. TH – We Are One
  2. TH – Interlinked
  3. TH – Forbidden Planet
  4. Phace & Mefjus – Ruhestoerung
  5. Audio – Ultron (Mefjus Remix)
  6. Malux – The Slip
  7. Redpill – Show Me What You Got
  8. Misanthrop & Synergy – Slap The Ghost
  9. Phace – Obscure
  10. Task Horizon (feat. MC Spyda) – Shattered Self VIP
  11. Redpill – Synth Blood
  12. Mefjus – Together (Signal Remix)
  13. Task Horizon – Brace For Transit
  14. Magnetude – Entracte
  15. TH – Nostromo
  16. Synergy – Dune
  17. TH – The Void Between Worlds
  18. Phace – Basic Memory (Mefjus Remix)
  19. TH – Adaptation
  20. TH – Thought Crime
  21. Prodigy – Smack My Bitch Pp (Noisia Nemix) (Task Horizon Bootleg)
  22. Phace & Mefjus – Nervenkitzel
  23. Noisia – Contact (Task Horizon Bootleg) vs Noisia – Diplodocus
  24. Rockwell & Phace – Block
  25. Kasra – Ski Mask
    26.The Clamps – The Chase (Fourward Remix)
  26. TH – Hyperion
  27. Synergy & Signal – Exile
  28. Fourward & Phentix – Ratio
  29. TH – Taserface
  30. Phace & Misanthrop – Energie (Joe Ford Remix)
  31. Magnetude – Friday
  32. TH – Because the Sun
  33. TH – Robotoddler
  34. Malux – Axiom
  35. Synergy – Vector
  36. Teddy Killerz – Fire & Blood (Abis Remix)
  37. Magnetude – Mantis
  38. Joe Ford – Where Is The Sun
  39. Synergy & Signal – In Black
  40. Camo & Krooked – Ember (Noisia Remix)
  41. TH – ID
  42. TH – Because the Sun (Afterglow Mix)
  43. TH – Ocean of Sound
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