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Following on from a potent rework of Gotye and Kimbra’s infamous ‘Somebody That I Used To Know‘, which ultimately helped him officially seal the prestigious approval of Eric Prydz on the newly launched EPIC Radio podcast, Whartone regular Richard Knott returns to the record label of Sonny Wharton after his 2010 EP for the release of ‘Portals’.

Albert Einstein once suggested that it takes a genius to keep things simple, and the Liverpool producer’s latest original surely fits that description. In a concoction of warm, summer-y leads and growling basslines, complemented by ambiguous vocal chants, Richard Knott’s latest release is not just another addition to his back catalogue but proves that his emotive and ‘quality-over-quantity’ approach continues to prevail amidst an industry more commonly recognized by its intricate Electro House or high-pitched synths.

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Going on the heels of Jerry Rekonius’ Maximum, Whartone Records unleashes their next instalment. An EP from the corners of talented Jon Kong, Chris Aidy and Ana, which is headlined by a tech and progressive blender in shape of Apollo. With the assistance of bubbling and warped beats, Delphi is certainly no exception with its firm tech sounds.

Jon Kong, Chris Aidy & Ana – Apollo / Delphi EP [Whartone Records] – Beatport Link

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This talented fellow from Sweden is dropping his second instalment on Whartone Records after the successful EP alongside Daniel Pereaux. Maximum is surely a track breaching new barriers for Jerry Rekonius with a defined, acid-inspired sound to it. Label owner Sonny Wharton represents the tech scene in a spectacular way yet again, getting this track into Miami mode with a remix of his.

Jerry Rekonius – Maximum (Incl. Sonny Wharton Remix) [Whartone Records] – Beatport Link

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This talented fellow from Sweden is preparing his second instalment on Whartone Records after the success EP alongside Pereaux. Maximum is surely a track breaching new barriers for Jerry Rekonius with a defined, acid-inspired sound to it. Label owner Sonny Wharton represents the tech scene in a spectacular way yet again, getting this track into Miami mode for the Winter Music Conference. It’s due to be released on March 14th, have a listen!

0:00 – Original Mix
2:30 – Sonny Wharton Miami’s Groove Remix

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With the Winter Music Conference on the doorstep, Whartone Records is kickstarting this years Miami festivals with a collection of amazing tech and progressive tracks compiled in one big release going under their release concept The Sound of Whartone. It features 16 full-scale tracks from label owner Sonny Wharton as well as from Richard Dinsdale, Ant Brooks, Dirty Secretz, Jerry Rekonius, Digital Impression and many others!

The Sound of Whartone – Miami 2011 Compilation – Beatport Link

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0:00 – Digital Impression – Foam
1:00 – Karlos Cheadle – Mikasuki
1:15 – Ted Nilsson – Muller
1:30 – Sick Elektik – Vexed
1:45 – Jerry Rekonius – Maximum
2:00 – Shane Long – Convolution
2:15 – H&F – Let It Kick
2:34 – Paul Thomas & Sonny Wharton – Painted Faces (Rosie Romero & Kyfu Remix)
3:04 – Warner Powers & Michael Paterson – Fiesta De Verano

With the Winter Music Conference on the doorstep, Whartone Records is kickstarting this years Miami festivals with a collection of amazing tech and progressive tracks compiled in one big release going under their release concept The Sound of Whartone. It features 16 full-scale tracks from label owner Sonny Wharton as well as from Richard Dinsdale, Ant Brooks, Dirty Secretz, Jerry Rekonius and many others, due to be released on February 28th, check it out!

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Representing the well-known tech imprint, Whartone Records, Ted Nilsson delivers a hard-on solid EP featuring two tech productions called Muller and Azurite. It’s available now, check it out!

Ted Nilsson – Muller / Azurite EP [Whartone Records] – Beatport Link

0:00 – Muller
2:04 – Azurite

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Whartone Records is back presenting a new defined tech release from the London-based Dj and producer Ben Coda, whom delivers a solid killer cut as the lead single. It’s called Crunch and comes in an EP along with another track called Soundproof as well as a remix by Re-Zone of the main one. Don’t miss out on this one people!

Ben Coda – Crunch EP (Incl. Re-Zone Remix) [Whartone Records] – Beatport Link

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Brand new tech monster by Whartone Records called Crunch, made originally by Ben Coda. This amazing piece is due to be released on February 7th in a package along with another track called Soundproof as well as a remix by Re-Zone of Crunch, check it out!

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The Swedish talent Ted Nilsson proves he’s not only good for the amazing piano melodies whilst showing off a preview of his forthcoming EP, signed to tech-marked imprint Whartone Records featuring two tracks called Muller and Azurite, due to be released on February 21st!

0:00 – Muller
2:04 – Azurite

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