We are proud to announce that our first release from talented US collective Terrakroma, featuring a killer remix by Berlin’s Rebel HiFi, is now at Beatport.
The relentless pushing techno grooves of Huaska and Accept The Change are counter-balanced by a stunning acid-inspired minimal monster from Rebel HiFi, ensuring our first EP for 2013 will keep both dusty festival or sweaty backroom rocking. Attracting the interest of some of the biggest in the business, including German star D-Nox, Scottish legends Slam, Detroit king Tom Newman, Italian duo Dandi and Ugo and loads more, it’s a perfect intro for both acts on Open Records, and the first of many collaborations between Terrakroma and Open Records.
For more information, check out Terrakroma’s Huaska EP at Beatport here.
SELECTED FEEDBACK //
D-Nox (Sprout): “Accept The Change has caught my attention … will download it and see if i can play it in one of my sets!”
Slam (Soma/Paragraph): “Nice tunes – will road test this weekend – thanx guys”
D-Sens (Bus Records): “Fav is Rebel HiFi remix. Solid EP very deep tech i like.”
Jonty Skruff: “Downloading, testing, supporting!”
DJ Vibe (Kaos/Tribal/Ultra): “Great tracks! Support, thanks.”
Tom Newman (Paxahau/Movement/Detroit): “Accept The Change – nice!”
Will Kinsella (Ceoltronic/RTE/Dublin): “Dark and weird. I like!! Will feature on Ceoltronic Radio.”
Anderson Noise (Radio Noise/Noise Music): “Great!”
Marco Pellegrini (differentgrooves.com): “Bill Robin’s remix – release supported by differentgrooves.com (considering for feature)”
Mollo (Flat Belly): “Cool EP.”