Here’s a single to listen and a mix to download. Don’t normally feature mixtapes but this one’s mix of minimal and techno is pretty funky. The single is Future Tool, which pitches itself somewhere between minimal and techno. There is an austere machine-like quality to this track. TWR72 are from the Netherlands and comprise The Walk and Rogerseventytwo and may be ones to look out for.

TWR72 – Future Tool

And the Mix:

1: Subotic – Candy Walk // Two Birds
2: Djedjotronic – The Invisible Landscape // Ed Banger Records
3: Danson Deely – Playground // CDR
4: H.D.B.N. – Extreme Compote // Boys Noize Records
5: Roland M Dill – Broadband // Trapez
6: De Jeugd van Tegenwoordig – Elektrotechnique (TWR72 dub mix) // Magnetron Music
7: TWR72 – Future Tool // Bad Life
8: O/V/R/ – Post Traumatic Son (Ben Klock Techno mix) // Blueprint Records
9: Jesper Dahlbeck & Cari Lekebusch // H-Productions
10: TWR72 – Winter // Instant Replay
11: NT89 – The Tunnel (TWR72 Cover) // Bad Life
12: Chromeo – Hot Mess (Djedjotronic remix 1 // Turbo Recordings
13: Tassilo – Grosse Patate // Rrygular

Bio: With a long friendship, The Walk and Rogerseventytwo started to work together as dj’s in the summer of 2004. Soon gigs followed in the Netherlands, including the big festivals, Prague, Paris, Copenhagen, Bratislava, Berlin, Freiburg and London. Their name grew rapidly in Holland and the rest of Europe. It was in 2008 when Erol Alkan himself dubbed these guys as the ones to watch in the future. And he was right.  This year, Roger and Tom decided to change their name to TWR72 and focus more on producing tracks together. Their new sound was defined by BBC Radio 1 as Future Techno.

~ by acidted on March 27, 2011.

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