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Between the evocative crossovers and standard setting club stylings, Wolfgang Gartner has remained as unpredictable as he is indispensible to global Dance Music. Returning to Ultra Music with his first release of 2013, Wolfgang Gartner pays further testament to his envelope-pushing approach with ‘Anaconda’.

Following up on ‘Evil Lurks’, ‘Anaconda’ replaces its predecessor’s dynamic synth work with vintage melodics, chunky beat work and wailing sirens. Between the pitch evading swells and rising lead work, Gartner redeems his unorthodox manoeuvres with a strong return to the tough faced productions that made him one of the industry’s more integral Grammy nominees.

Out today on Beatport.

With “Album Title Goes Here” still at large, Mau5trap releases the first formal remix package for a track off of Deadmau5’s latest studio album, calling upon GTA, Nom De Strip and Eekkoo to put their touches on the album’s Wolfgang Gartner collaboration ‘Channel 42′.

On hand with a dark and grainy sound, GTA take the lead with a remix of stadium-worthy beat work. Borrowing heavily from the hypnotizing melodics of the Deadmau5 and Wolfgang Gartner original, Nom De Strip strips down it’s instantly recognizable Electro House segments to a minimalistic, bass-heavy beat, leaving it to aspiring Canadian Eekkoo to chop ‘Channel 42′ into a bouncy Tech House formula.

Out today on iTunes and Beatport.


Deadmau5 & Wolfgang Gartner – Channel 42 (Eekkoo Remix)

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As officially premiered in Pete Tong’s Essential Selection last night, Mau5trap unveils the first formal remix for a track off of Deadmau5’s latest studio album, “Album Title Goes Here“, in the form of a Nom De Strip remix of ‘Channel 42′.

Borrowing heavily from the the hypnotizing melodics of the Deadmau5 and Wolfgang Gartner original, the Scottish producer strips down it’s instantly recognizable Electro House segments to a minimalistic, bass-heavy beat.

Out February 12th.

With a wealth of positivity surrounding the Dance music industry’s universal union, American tunemonger Wolfgang Gartner returns to aid newfound Mau5trap protégé Tom Staar’s inauguration to Ultra Music with a new original production called ‘Evil Lurks’.

Pitching cacophonic and spooky synth play alongside Gartner’s scattered wobbles, ‘Evil Lurks’ unites old school spirit and new school edge for a surprisingly melodic collaborative effort from two of the globe’s most intriguing producers of late.

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With a wealth of positivity surrounding the Dance music industry’s universal union, American tunemonger Wolfgang Gartner returns to aid newfound Mau5trap protégé Tom Staar’s inauguration to Ultra Music with a new original production called ‘Evil Lurks’.

Pitching conciously cacophonic and fidgety synth play alongside Gartner’s signature wobbles, ‘Evil Lurks’ unites old school spirit and new school edge for a surprisingly melodic collaborative effort from two of the globe’s most intriguing producers of late.

Out December 3rd.

Grammy-nominated American Joseph Youngman, professionally known as Wolfgang Gartner, returns to the forefront to release his second EP of the year. In spite of the couple of digressions indicating that 2012 is the year Youngman shakes things up, the aftermath of his ‘Casual Encounters Of The 3rd Kind‘ EP sees the Electro House monger return to his forward-facing, heavyset signature sound to present a mixture of haunting lead play and intricate builds.

As strong an indicator of the true potential of modern Dance music as it is the quality of music currently on offer, the ‘Love & War’ EP sets the tone ahead of his 21-stop tour across the US with the same name while acting as something of a nod to the mixed enthusiasm surrounding the current state of the genre.

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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.

Canadian club titan Deadmau5 will release his sixth studio album entitled “>album title goes here<” for his own Mau5trap label and Parlophone on September 25 (24 in Europe). Following on from 2010’s “4×4=12″ album, the latest bizarrely titled studio album from the preacher to the button-pushing generation will drop more than a month after his next single release alongside Gerard Way, ‘Professional Griefers’.

Made up of 13 original Deadmau5 tracks, including the long-awaited formal release of ‘October’, “>album title goes here<” focuses almost solely on the latest productions to come out of Joel Zimmerman’s countless hours in the studio over the past year, showcasing the true versatility of the infamous mau5keteer in the process. The album will feature collaborations alongside Wolfgang Gartner, Chris James, Gerard Way, Imogen Heap and Cypress Hill, and while many of the tracks have already hit the web as a result to Zimmerman’s unorthodox yet acclaimed urge to the act known as “soundclouding,” “>album title goes here<” indicates that, as far as Deadmau5’s music output is concerned, Zimmerman will continue to push all the right buttons for the remainder of 2012.

Update (14/8): Pre-order the album here.

Tracklisting:

01. Superliminal
02. Channel 42 – deadmau5 & Wolfgang Gartner
03. The Veldt (feat. Chris James)
04. Fn Pig
05. Professional Griefers (feat. Gerard Way)
06. Maths
07. There Might Be Coffee
08. Take care of the proper paperwork
09. Closer
10. October
11. Sleepless
12. Failbait (feat. Cypress Hill)
13. Telemiscommunications (feat. Imogen Heap)

Some finished and unfinished samples of some of the tracks:

Grammy-nominated American Joseph Youngman, professionally known as Wolfgang Gartner, returns to the forefront to preview his sixth original release of the year. In spite of the couple of digressions indicating that 2012 is the year Youngman shakes things up, the aftermath of his ‘Casual Encounters Of The 3rd Kind‘ EP sees the Electro House monger returns to his forward-facing, heavyset signature sound to present a mixture of haunting lead play and intricate builds.

As strong an indicator of the true potential of modern Dance music as it is the quality of music currently on offer, ‘Love and War’ sets the tone ahead of his 21-stop tour across the US with the same name while acting as something of a nod to the mixed enthusiasm surrounding the current state of the genre.

Update (5/9): ‘Love and War’ will be released September 17. The official preview is now available.

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