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Following up on the release of ‘Vice’, fast-ascending American producer Dallas Koehlke, professionally known as just DallasK, is back at Wolfgang Gartner’s Kindergarten Recordings for round two with ‘Alienz’. Leading with strong Progressive hallmarks, ‘Alienz’ goes in the same vein as it’s predecessor for a mixture of full-bodied synth work, weighty kicks and heavy, growling undertones.

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Following up on the release of ‘Vice’, fast-ascending American producer Dallas Koehlke, professionally known as just DallasK, is back at Wolfgang Gartner’s Kindergarten Recordings for round two with ‘Alienz’. Leading with strong Progressive hallmarks, ‘Alienz’ goes in the same vein as it’s predecessor for a mixture of full-bodied synth work, weighty kicks and heavy, growling undertones.

Out April 30th.

21-year-old Orlando producer Dallas Koehlke, best known as DallasK, makes an overdue return to the release front following last year’s remix of Tune In Tokyo’s ‘Ray Of Love‘ with a label debut offering for Wolfgang Gartner’s Kindergarten Recordings in ‘Vice’.

Jumping between fidgety synths and stadium-worthy chord play, his grinding sound scope of sturdy kicks and piercing lead play is a testament to underdog productions of a high calibre. While missing out on the epic production values of his more esteemed peers, his young age has clearly not diluted his ability to produce intricate Electro of promising traits.

Out today on Beatport.

Having made a strong return to the forefront after its recent relaunch, Wolfgang Gartner’s Kindergarten Recordings continues its onslaught of refreshing club music with a hard-hitting new two-track EP from Canadian up-and-comer Conor Patton, also known as Conro.

Somewhat reminiscent of the heavier side of productions from the infamous mau5keteer turned preacher to the button-pushing generation Deadmau5, this collection of mechanically robust beats and pulsing lead work marks not only Patton’s very first formal release, but a promising one at that.

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Having made a strong return to the forefront after its recent relaunch, Wolfgang Gartner’s Kindergarten Recordings continues its onslaught of refreshing music with a hard-hitting new two-track EP from Canadian up-and-comer Conor Patton, also known as Conro.

Somewhat reminiscent of the heavier side of productions from the infamous mau5keteer turned preacher to the button-pushing generation Deadmau5, this collection of mechanically robust beats and pulsing lead work marks not only Patton’s very first formal release, but a promising one at that.

Out on December 12th.

With several tectonic tracks already behind them for 2012, Wolfgang Gartner’s Kindergarten imprint hosts the latest two-track EP of hotly tipped homeland peer Charlie Darker. Off the back of Tom Staar’s recent ‘Cheyenne‘ release, the Canadian talent lesser known as Evan Blair makes his Kindergarten debut with familiar persuasion.

While the rasping leads of ‘Atlantic’ play on some of the more common thematics of festival proof club cuts, Montreal’s Love Thy Brother join in for the melodic yet suitably temperamental sound clash of ‘Pacific’ to top this addition to Kindergarten’s initial run of releases after the relaunch. Pinpointing two notable talents from just outside of the stateside comfort zone, Wolfgang Gartner plays the label’s third release close to familiar ground for a fluid yet fierce exploration of modern Electro House.

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Words by Dan Carter

With several tectonic tracks already behind them for 2012, Wolfgang Gartner’s Kindergarten imprint hosts the latest two-track EP of hotly tipped homeland peer Charlie Darker. Off the back of Tom Staar’s recent ‘Cheyenne‘ release, the Canadian talent lesser known as Evan Blair makes his Kindergarten debut with familiar persuasion.

While the rasping leads of ‘Atlantic’ play on some of the more common thematics of festival proof club cuts, Montreal’s Love Thy Brother join in for the melodic yet suitably temperamental sound clash of ‘Pacific’ to top this addition to Kindergarten’s initial run of releases after the relaunch. Pinpointing two notable talents from just outside of the stateside comfort zone, Wolfgang Gartner plays the label’s third release close to familiar ground for a fluid yet fierce exploration of modern Electro House.

Out November 13th.

Words by Dan Carter

Off the back of a summer season that has had his name written all over it, Tom Staar marks his return with a debut release on Wolfgang Gartner’s recently relaunched Kindergarten Recordings.

Leaping from acid-esque leads that scream nostalgic rave culture throughout to an unexpected segment of vintage House music and beautifully ornamented vocal work, the Ushuaia-premiered ‘Cheyenne’ continues Staar’s onslaught of genre-defying Dance music with unpretentious stamina. Despite the seemingly unfit match, the track is sure to earn the Moda wingman a few more stripes as his follow-up release to his official remix of Swedish House Mafia’s “Don’t You Worry Child” alongside Kryder.

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Stepping away from his onslaught of free downloads, Atlanta’s 19-year-old Popeska ups the ante to mark not only his second formal release but the relaunch of Wolfgang Gartner’s Kindergarten Recordings with a four-piece EP entitled ‘Karmameter’.

Unsurprisingly in the same vein as Gartner’s grinding signature sound that also have become hallmarks of his Electronic overhaul, Popeska brings aboard Gartner himself for edit duties to make up an A-side of warped lead work and gritty beats alongside his own headlining single. But in a radio-friendlier manner, vocal appearances from aspiring American singers Hannah Juliano and Anna Yvette mark a smooth turn of experimental value to this eccentric journey into somewhat unconventional club music. Wobbles at the ready, the 19-year-old genre-bender can be commended both for fuelling this momentous offering with unpretentious creativity and catching the attention of one of the more notorious quality controllers of the American club scene.

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Stepping away from his onslaught of free downloads, Atlanta’s 19-year-old Popeska ups the ante to mark not only his second formal release but the relaunch of Wolfgang Gartner’s Kindergarten Recordings with a four-piece EP entitled ‘Karmameter’.

Unsurprisingly in the same vein as Gartner’s grinding signature sound that also have become hallmarks of his Electronic overhaul, Popeska brings aboard Gartner himself for edit duties to make up an A-side of warped lead work and gritty beats alongside his own headlining single. But in a radio-friendlier manner, vocal appearances from aspiring American singers Hannah Juliano and Anna Yvette mark a smooth turn of experimental value to this eccentric journey into somewhat unconventional club music. Wobbles at the ready, the 19-year-old genre-bender can be commended both for fuelling this momentous offering with unpretentious creativity and catching the attention of one of the notorious quality controllers of the American club scene.

The ‘Karmameter’ EP will be released September 17 via Wolfgang Gartner’s Kindergarten Recordings.

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