The year 2017 without a release from Marc Trauner aka Marc Acardipane would have been utterly disappointing, because under his guidance the significance of 2017 for Planet Core Productions brotherhood was spelled out already decades ago when German hardcore was born in Frankfurt area. Now Trauner’s double pack under The Mover moniker has
A new home session for your listening pleasure. Again, I could not resist the temptation to mix new material with some older tracks. Tracklist with buy links:Air Liquide – If There Was No Gravity (Jammin’ Unit Remix) (Harvest)Mace. – Support Structures (Attic Music)*BMG & Derek Plaslaiko – The True Story
A piece of paper that awakes fond memories about a special night. In November 1992, following The Temple rave in Helsinki’s Paasitorni, numerous techno heads gathered in Lepakko (The Bat), a legendary home of youth culture and mad parties, to dance to exhaustion. DJs Ata, Heiko M/S/O and Pascal F.E.O.S.
303 Nation, the name is the program. Acid from the brotherhood of notorious Planet Core Productions (PCP), a stronghold of hardcore techno in the beginning of 1990’s. Based in Frankfurt, it united a flock of labels run by Thorsten Lambart and Marc Acardipane, the latter being the artistic engine using
It was the day when Mescalinum United gave birth to hardcore. With its devastating nature the track literally manifested the arrival of techno’s new brutal face. Like a whirlwind it swept over the skyscrapers of Frankfurt and introduced the world to the joys of massive kick drum.The intro of “We
Armed with distortion and brutal bass, cold-blooded commandos rush to annihilating mission. It’s always midnight in their world as they strike and put everything into pieces.These grim sounds are transmitted from the year 1993, on Super Special Corp. that was one of dozens of labels run by Marc Trauner, the
Skulls at large again. Planet Core Productions’ (PCP) hardcore machinery plays with breakbeats but manages to create even darker and gloomier atmosphere than in their usual kickdrum-infected rave monsters. The tracks do not suffer under self-imposed speed limit and relative slowness makes them even harder.“Black Blood” is massive: starts with