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Gesaffelstein Helms I Love Techno 2013



One of the producers whose work we’ve been most enjoying over the last few years has been that of French techno don Gesaffelstein both via his original works, remixes and imprint Zone Records. Thus it was greeted with great excitement when it was revealed that the Lyonnaise DJ would be stepping up to mix the latest edition of the I Love Techno compilation series.

Set to drop in October via Lektroluv and N.E.W.S to coincide with the annual festival of the same name in Ghent, Gesaffelstein follows some of the scenes most illustrious names in helming the mix with previous efforts overseen by the likes of Erol Alkan, Dave Clarke and Cassius in recent years. As one of this years festival headliners Gesaffelstein has collated 16 of his favorite techno infused cuts with efforts from Jimmy Edgar, Daniel Avery and Boys Noize all making an appearance before the release is rounded off by Gesaffelstein’s own production ‘Pursuit’. See you in Ghent!

Check out the tracklisting below

Tracklist01. Creepy Autograph – Back Ally02. Red Axes feat. Abrão – Caminho De Dreyfus (Rebolledo Remix)03. Djedjotronic – Abysall Zone04. Daniel Avery – Reception05. Maelstrom – The Line06. Boys Noize – Inhale / Exhale07. Brodinski feat. Theophilus London – Gimme Back The Night (Club Version)08. Jimmy Edgar – Strike09. Jeremy Greenspan & Borys – God Told Me To10. The Hacker – Pure Energy11. Bobmo – Hot Spot12. Adam X – Farebeat13. MPIA3 – Your Orders14. I-F feat. Helga La Blaque – Playstation #215. Luke Eargoggle & Johan Inkinen – Empaty Window16. Gesaffelstein – Pursuit

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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