DJ 3000’s Detroit based imprint Motech reaches 15
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
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