Release Date: 7th July 2017
Juxta Position flexes his techno muscles over these four cuts of IDM influenced dancefloor weapons.
Previously featured on DVS1's Mistress Recordings, Rhythm Nation and his own Failsafe imprint, the gloves come off on his release for Developer's Modularz imprint. Razor sharp percussion grapples with melancholic synth lines, whilst serious sub bass shifts much air and shimmering moods filter across the mid range. Play it loud!!
a1. Snap Over
a2. Natives Calling
b1. Get It On
b2. Chain Of Life
Released 3rd March 2017
Failsafe is a new label created by, and primarily for the release of, material by Juxta Position, who’s output was previously featured on Rhythm Nation, and on DVS1’s Mistress Recordings imprint. Juxta Position first came to the attention of the electronic music world in 2013, with the release of “Juxta Position Vol 1″ on Mistress. This debut release contained the widely popular track “Mercy", which was featured on Midland’s RA Mix, Licensed to Deetron’s fabric 76 DJ mix release, and found it’s way into the crates of many different DJs across the spectrum of house and techno. Inaugurating the first Failsafe release, Juxta Position delivers two slices of upfront hypnotic techno, custom made for cutting edge DJs to provide maximum dancefloor damage.
Released 19th May 2017
Following on from the very robust debut of his own label Failsafe, Juxta Position deviates back to the more melancholic aesthetic with which he initially made his mark back in 2013 on Mistress Recordings. Drawing palpable influence from ambient electronica like Boards Of Canada, he then reframes the aesthetic, with the help of rhythmic anchoring, on the 12 minute opening opus “Eureka". However, not to disappoint lovers of the slightly harder, more uptempo, electronic beat, the flip then dishes up two significantly more pressurised techno pieces, the former “Made In Belgrade” more linear, the latter “Reimagined” more flamboyant.
b1. Made in Belgrade
Release Date: 22nd September 2017
Juxta Position returns once more to his own imprint with two slices of epic techno.
Kinaesthesia is a subtle tool track with added depth, as waves of synth chords wash over deep percussion in increasing intensity.
Barrier Block however hits straight between the eyes, with its fusion of varying styles. A half breakbeat rhythm section builds in intensity before an early 90's Frankfurt influenced melodic synth construction reveals itself, culminating in a spectacular crescendo.
Two more essential cuts for your box, do not miss!
b1. Barrier Block