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2Pole debut on OFF Recordings with their ‘Neowise’ EP


In just over two years, Germany’s 2pole has captured the attention of the scene’s biggest names with their hard-hitting take on techno.   Following up a series of hits on labels like Suara & Tronic that stormed the Beatport Techno Top 10 many times, 2Pole make their debut on OFF Recordings.

With a debut EP on Christian Smith’s Tronic, the story of 2pole began and took off like a rocket. Their sound has been honed by a combined 40 years of studio experience, resulting in expertly crafted music that tells a story while igniting the dance floor. It’s also lit up the charts — their March 2018 single “Atom” on Tronic landed in Beatport’s Top 4 Techno charts and had serious support from names like Adam Beyer, Tale Of Us, Pan-Pot, Matador, Sister Bliss of Faithless, and Cirez D.

In 2018, they scored another massive hit with “Alone” feat. Ursula Rucker on Coyu’s Suara. That track spent 276 days at #1 in Beatport’s Top 100 Techno chart, and spent weeks in the Top 10 Overall chart on Beatport, earning support from all big players of the electronic dance scene and has millions of self-made fan videos on social media.

Previously, 2pole had successful solo careers as Broombeck & Mark Deutsche, releasing hit techno tracks like ‘The Clapper’, “Mono Turn” and  “Push” on labels like Terminal M, Elevate, Get Physical, Noir Music, Octopus, Last Night On Earth, Systematic, and more.

The three-track EP features tracks ‘Neowise’ which keeps things toolish and functional with a rolling groove and dark synth lead. ‘Every Day’ offers a sparkling synth line combined with a spoken word vocal, laid on top of a solid groove. Finally, our premiere, ‘Dark’ lives up to its name with sinister synth stabs.

We premiere ‘Dark’ on our NUDE Techno channels today, check it out here and grab it on Beatport.

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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