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Morning Roundup

A Miami tribute to Bingo Players' Paul Baumer, new videos from Big Gigantic and Fritz Helder, and why did Moby move to LA?

By Beatport News Editors
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We know it’s likely very cold where you’re sitting right now, but plans for Miami, summer festivals, and the Ibiza beach season are already heating up. Today, we’ve got news of a very special MMW gig to honor Bingo Players’ Paul Baumer, an opening lineup for Amnesia, and plenty more updates from the dance-music world.

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Interview

Nicole Moudaber plots a full-length debut for Adam Beyer's Drumcode

By Dan Carter
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Led by the passion to unite people with her music, and jailed for exorcising those demons within narrow-minded society, Nicole Moudaber’s global techno overhaul has been as socially charged as it has creatively balanced.

Without cashing in on her female prominence in the electronic music industry, Moudaber’s ability to hold the ranks alongside Carl Cox and Adam Beyer alike has seen the dark and melodically refined exploits of her studio work reign mercilessly over a movement too often cast under the shadows of the great clubbing spectrum.

For 2012, however, her globetrotting ventures between Ibiza, the US, and Australia signaled hope yet for the future of techno and her likeminded peers. Beatport News sat down with Moudaber during Carl Cox’s 500th radio broadcast during Amsterdam Dance Event to talk discovering techno, musical insurgency, and her forthcoming artist album for Beyer’s Drumcode imprint.

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Beatport Live

Catch a special Saturday edition of Beatport Live with Drumcode's Adam Beyer, Alan Fitzpatrick, and Joseph Capriati on November 3rd

By Ross Jackson
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This Saturday, November 3rd, we welcome three of the biggest and best names in techno for a special Drumcode label night of Beatport Live. Adam Beyer, Alan Fitzpatrick, and Joseph Capriati will all be joining us in our Berlin office from 6 PM CET/10 AM MDT for an exciting pre-Berghain webstream. The Drumcode gang have established themselves as top players in the game by releasing solid EP after solid EP, and we couldn’t be happier to be hosting them this Saturday.

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Interview

Adam Beyer talks up Drumcode's 100th release, the label's history, and his distant forthcoming LP

By Dan Cole
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Adam Beyer’s Drumcode imprint has become a hugely important mainstay in today’s techno scene. Having released records from legendary icons such as Slam, Gary Beck, and Ben Sims, to name but a few, the label has flourished over a period of 15 years, recently seeing its 100th release, The Colour Out of Space, featuring productions from the label chief and his long-term partner, Ida Engberg.

We caught up with Beyer to discuss the legacy he’s created, why he selected these tracks for the 100th release, and what other peers he takes influence from.

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Killer Comp

Various Artists - A-Sides

By Joshua Glazer
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In the realm of hard techno, few labels hold a candle to Adam Beyer‘s renowned Drumcode in terms of quality, consistency, and longevity. This new compilation—born from the simple idea that some great tunes don’t have a equally compelling b-side to make worth releasing—offers incredible bang for the buck, with 11 cuts by Drumcode producers new and familiar, and a guarantee of no filler tunes on the B2 side.

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Beatport presents Adam Beyer, Maceo Plex, Steve Bug, Reboot + more

By Beatport News Editors
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As part of Beatport’s ongoing eight-anniversary celebrations, we’ve got something very special planned in Berlin next week. On Thursday, February 23, we’ll be taking over both floors of Watergate for a packed lineup of some of the finest names in house and techno.

Rocking the main room upstairs are Drumcode’s Adam Beyer, deep-house man of the moment Maceo Plex, Poker Flat’s Steve Bug, and Cadenza’s Reboot. Down on the Water Floor, new Hotflush signing Locked Groove treats us to a set of bass-laced techno, while Beatport’s own Jack Haighton and Philip Sherburne hold it down for the rest of the night.

The party kicks off at midnight and runs well into the next morning. So if you’re planning to be in Berlin, cancel those Friday-morning appointments, and come down and celebrate eight years with us.

Check out Watergate’s official website for more information.

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