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DJ 3000’s Detroit based imprint Motech reaches 15

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Fifteen years have passed since DJ 3000 started Motech as an outlet channelling something unique in the Detroit Techno realm.

In pursuit of building a blue-collar imprint offering an alternate voice from Detroit, DJ 3000 has given life to over 100 releases spanning countless artists from a slew of heavy hitters they’re proud to call homies, such as Robert Hood, Ben Sims, Gerald Mitchell, Mark Broom, Alexander Robotnik, Truncate, Ken Ishii, Saytek, Samuel L Session and of course his own productions.

This talent now includes the likes of fellow Detroit man and Ghetto-Tech legend DJ Nasty as well as a global partnering with the likes of Belgium’s Gerome Sportelli, the UK’s Ben Long and Oliver Way, LA’s Esteban Adame, Pittsburgh Track Authority’s Preslav, Germany’s Jan Heilbrunner, France’s P-Ben and more to make Motech a true global label.

To celebrate the turning of 15, he’s releasing a brand new compilation of those artists

Tracklist
01. Mazepa – Cass Corridor
02. Alexis Tyrel – Tears Of Mars
03. Gerome Sportelli – Intercity
04. DJ Nasty – Dark & Twisted
05. Mikael Klasson – Closure
06. P-Ben – Horizonte
07. Shawn Snell – Rumble
08. Ben Long & Oliver Way – Mambo’s Revenge
09. Preslav – Driver
10. Jan Heilbrunner – Reflection
11. Esteban Adame – Political Gain
12. Subradeon – Bufala Dop
13. Lionel Weets – Love Is The Key
14. DJ 3000 – Just Work It (featuring Paris The Black Fu)
15. Veronique Page – Metropolis

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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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