Tom BonatyThis year’s final episode comes from Prologue’s mastermind Tom Bonaty. Both Tom and his label have become somewhat iconic for the type of techno music they’re representing: deep, repetitive, hypnotic. The mix he has recorded for us shows the same attitude, with his signature sound flowing through the speakers (don’t forget to bring good ones, by the way).

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artworks-000062505475-99ugx3-t500x500This mix is nothing short of amazing. Well, we wouldn’t expect anything else from the guy who runs one of our favorite labels of recent years. With this podcast Jamie wanted to showcase what Silent Season stands for, but to do this in a different fashion: not necessarily ambient-ish, maybe with a bit of a dance floor touch, but still embracing that feeling of being deep in the forest. These two hours of sound textures and dubby loops pass with a blink of an eye.

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artworks-000055650129-9e2u80-t500x500 We have another Ukrainian in Addicted series! Chernivtsi-born Etapp Kyle is without any doubt this season’s sensation. Having delivered the latest installment of Ben Klock’s own Klockworks imprint, the young artist seems to have reached his career’s peak moment so far. Not everybody knows though that even before that we had been developing a strong friendship with him (he even played at our anniversary party last year, alongside Perc and DVS1). Needless to say that we’re surely happy to have his mix in the series. Give it a try – you won’t be disappointed.

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artworks-000053613612-9h6xce-t500x500After Lucretio and Marieu played for us in Kiev back in April, we’ve become somewhat obsessed with their music. The funny thing is that you might not really be into every single record they put out, but once you happen to hear them live, everything changes instantly. In case you still haven’t had a chance to catch them in a club round the corner (or even if you have), we are happy to present to you the recording of one of their recent live sets. Yes, we know it’s a bit skippy – in the end, who gives a damn? Given the fact that they are known as the masters of raw analogue sounds, this doesn’t seem to be something unnatural…

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artworks-000050183867-k8d3s0-t500x500 UK’s own techno don Paul Mac has been playing records for 25+ years and releasing his own music for almost two decades. All this years and still going strong, his music legacy includes a number of LPs, over a hundred records released on numerous respected labels like Blueprint, Theory, Kanzleramt, Primate, Intec and collaboration projects with no others but Ben Sims and Kryptic Minds. We are thrilled to announce that the artist we’ve been following for all these years becomes the star of our next podcast. If you’re keen on some solid dancefloor-friendly techno music, then count yourself in.

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