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Tue, 21 Jan 2014 14:47:49 +0000
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Mahr - Bardo "D13"Fabrizio Lapiana - 1001B "M_Rec Ltd"Peter Van Hoesen - To Alter a Vector (Phase Remix) "Time To Express"Christian Wünsch - Gamma "Semantica"Scalameriya - Colonial Resort "Planet Rhythm"Dj Datch - Pokot "Attic Music"Raul Parra - Slow "Soundsite"Luke Creed - Sentiment "Heaven to Hell"Developer - Western Ways (Pfirter Remix) "Warm Up"Iván Deveró - Kickclaps "Naked Lunch"Mike Maass - Brood Dynamite (Hans Bouffmyhre Remix) "Hidden"Flug - Dump "Sleaze"The Plant Worker - A2 "Limited"DeFeKT - Skitzo "Electronic Explorations"NX1 - RL1 (Tadeo Remix) "Rising Label"Angelina Yershova - Karman Vortex "Twin Paradox"

Martyn Hare aka Emetic. Unrestrained by allegiance to any one particular path of production, Martyn’s style simply refuses to be pigeonholed. His genre-splicing, eclectic blend is carried over into his DJ sets, in which he carefully combines the subtly soulful with the downright dirty to always get the dancefloor moving.Martyn started club djing in 1998, but it was while living in Leeds, UK, that he promoted his own events ‘Audio Science’, and it was through these nights that the world got its first taste of Martyn’s own dub plates, which grabbed the attention of a number of labels including Glen Wilson and Mike Humphries’ Punish imprint and Ben Long’s Potential Recordingz. It was Martyn’s first two releases on Potential (‘Bitchin’ and ‘Hare of the Dog EP’) that earned him worldwide respect, scoring a “Top 5 Tunes of the Moment” review in Ministry magazine and numerous plays on international radio.Martyn grew with this success and used it as a foundation to push further forward, going on to issue major releases on Tronic, Recycled Loops, Planet Rhythm and Naked Lunch Records, as well as managing and producing for his own labels ‘Tremors’ and the now legendary ‘Emetic’. Having played numerous sessions for BBC Radio 1 and charting number 13 in John Peels last ever Festive 50, Martyn Hare now DJ’s and performs his Classics_Live sets across the world, and with two critically acclaimed albums under his belt, Martyn Hare is at the top of his game.