UNCAST #2: Monotronik

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Earlier this year, on the 20th of May, Monotronik recorded a mix for Uncast LiveStream featuring their new remix for Pedro Walter, just released at Unnamed & Unknown. The set is one and a half hours, and features tracks from artists such as Waff, Pax, Low Steppa, Whitesquares among many others. Enjoy it.

01. Josh Brown – Peeling Grapes With Your Toes (Original Mix)
02. Frag Maddin – Up To You (Original Mix)
03. Beanfield – Tides (ItaloBros Edit)
04. Mant – Really Was (Original Mix)
05. Monotronik – Bad Company (Original Mix)
06. DEL-30 – Judgemental (Original Mix)
07. Monotronik – Stab Party (Original Mix)
08. Low Steppa – I Won’t Stop (Low Steppa’s Extended After Housrs Mix)
09. Tori Amos – Professional WIdow (Louie Anderson Basement Edit)
10. Monotronik – Do To Me (Original Mix)
11. PAX – Over Me (Original Mix)
12. House With Me feat Parris Mitchell (Andrea Oliva Remix)
13. Pedro Walter – Unsuspected Scene (Monotronik Remix)
14. Wade – They Know (Original Mix)
15. Remotion – Bad Shape (Monotronik Remix)
16. Whitesquare – Stills (Original Mix)
17. Monotronik – Mandala (Original Mix)
18. wAFF – Ibiza (Original Mix)
19. Monotronik – Rush Hour (Original Mix)

Sync Forward Podcast 080 – Monotronik

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Monotronik is an electronic music duo established by Fredy Lourenzo and José Alves, based in the city of Porto, Portugal. It all started over a decade ago, when these two found that they shared a mutual love for Drum & Bass, Techno and Hip-Hop. It wasn’t long after that they started DJing and making music together, initially developing the project Fredy & D’Joseph. Their releases got massive feedback from prodigious artists such as Richie Hawtin, Loco Dice, Marco Carola, Luciano, DJ Sneak and Seth Troxler among many others.

Staying true to their identity, Monotronik was formed, and they have been locked in the studio for the past year working on new beats, always inspired by that characteristic 90’s house sound, defined by raw cuts, heavy basslines and 909 drum machines. The future seems promising, stay locked for further developments.