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Exclusive Premiere: Daniel Stefanik – Edge Of Motion



As you may have guessed from our coverage we’re big fans of My Favorite Robot here at Data Transmission. We’re also keen admirers of global electronic music icon Timo Maas. Thus you can imagine our excitement when it was revealed that the inaugural Crossing Wires compilation as mixed by the Toronto trio would be followed by one from Mr. Maas this summer.

Still riding high off the success of his latest full length release, Lifer, back in 2013 which showcased his ability to traverse the entire electronic music landscape with guest appearances from the likes of Placebo’s Brian Molko, Brighton chanteuse Katie Cruel and James Lavelle, Timo’s unveiling as the man to helm Crossing Wires sophomore effort is a bold statement of intent for the series. Of course, Timo also runs his own influential imprint, Rockets & Ponies but the German producer has a history with MFR the label having previously delivered standout track ‘Dancing For My Pleasure’ on the first Crossing Wires.

The mix features 14 brand new and exclusive tracks from a range of artists old and new – some are closely associated with MFR, some less so, but together they paint a perfect picture of the state of modern electronic music in a mix that has left us mightily impressed. This edition’s standout track?  It’s too close to call but we certainly loved Daniel Stefanik’s ‘Edge Of Motion’ from the very first listen; it’s driving nature willing us on throughout the day and calling us to select it for premiere. So we did just that!

Landing June 23 you can check out Daniel’s effort on the Timo Maas helmed compilation alongside the tracklist below: 


1. Eric Volta feat. Monolitio – Dreams Don`t Turn to Dust2. My Favorite Robot – Dead of the Dance3. DJ Sossa feat Kara Square – Consumer W**** (Garbant Wave Mix)4. Discern & Signal Flow – Coarse Language5. Igor Vicente – Ashes6. Tim Green – Pleanty of Spiders7. Martin Buttrich – Bubble Heat8. Timo Maas – Watching the Robots9. Villanova – Ola10. Pezzner – Exit (Sebastian Mullaert Remix)11. Daniel Stefanik – Edge of Motion12. Chris Carrier – Wicked Night13. Timo Maas & Santos – Z Panorama14. Agoria – For One Hour (Villanova Remix)

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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