SUBTRONIC DISCOVERY: Architekt & KJ Sawka, Kohib,

Bass and House heads unite

June 17, 2016

Most DJs want to keep their favorite tracks secret so nobody else plays them. I think that's ridiculous. Check back weekly to hear three of my favorite new tracks you might find in the mix on Subtronic End, Saturday nights 10p - 1a.

Every week, Subtronic meanders through the vast realm of Electronic music. It's not because I want there to be something for everyone, but because it's more fun and refreshing to play everything. Especially when so much phenomenol music is coming my way. 


1. Architekt & KJ Sawka - ‘Deadly Styles’ - IMPOSSIBLE RECORDS

Relentless. Crushing production through and through. Monstrous vocals, drum fills and glam guitar solos. 


2. Kohib - ‘Ut Paa Diskotek’ - BEATSERVICE RECORDS (I was the first to view it on YouTube, talk about New Music Discovery)

Norwegian producer Kohib makes some nostalgic references to an Synth Pop classic ‘Popcorn' in this refreshing Disco number. The most popular version of ‘Popcorn’ was recorded by M&H band in 1988 which everyone mistook for Kraftwerk. The original was written and recorded in 1969 by Synthpop pioneer Gershon Kingsley. But I digress… ‘Ut Paa Diskotek’ is a Summer groove I’ll keep close.


3. - Year Of The Ape LP 'Better You' - MY FAVORITE FREAKS

Residing in the realm where Techno meets House. Big basslines and groovy vocal hooks. Timeless.

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Zach is the host of Subtronic End and hosts afternoons on 107.7 The End. You can follow The End on Twitter at @1077theend and Zach as @ZachVanLue.

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