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New music from Sterac, Trevino, DVS1 and Klock himself appears on Klockworks 20 which is available now! Ben Klock has overseen a compilation of new music for his Klockworks label, due out September 25th. Klockworks 20 will feature STERAC’s tracks “Lately” and “Scientific Methods”. The compilation is the 20th release on Klockworks, which launched in 2006. Previews of [...]


Steve Rachmad remixed Checkmate by House legend Kerri Chandler! The EP which contains this remix is released on Watergate Records and is available now. Listen to the remix here!


Lights EP by Bastian Bux & Kyla Milettte contains a timeless Steve Rachmad remix. But that’s not all. The EP also features a fresh Sterac Electronics remix for the swingers among us. Check them out here!


Steve had a very nice meeting with the lovely guys from Groove Magazin resulting in this strong interview about his achievements, the love for Detroit and his upcoming gigs at Berghain and Watergate. Next to the interview he also recorded a unique podcast! Read the full interview here


The Playground came over to talk about Steve’s studio gear, new techniques and the importance of art. Read it here


Steve Rachmad’s remix of Frankie Goes To Hollywood’s Relax is causing quite a commotion out there. After all the videos of Ricardo Villalobos playing it out circulating through social media, and ending up on the BMG radar, it now also gets mentioned in the The Guardian feature on Villalobos. Read it here.  


Italian magazine DLSO mentions Sterac Electronics’ debut album on Voyage Direct as one of the best albums released in June. You can find the article here. Italian only!


Ahead of his All we want festival show on July 8 in Klooster Graefenthal, Steve did an interview with DeepHouse Amsterdam, where he talks about his current album on Voyage Direct, about the upcoming gig at All we want, and more. Read the interview here.


Crack Magazine listed their Glastonbury Festival highlights. One of the top 5 Friday highlights was when Norman Nodge dropped Steve Rachmad’s edit of Marilyn Manson’s The Beautiful People. In the same top 5 is also listen Radiohead performance. We are proud of you Steve! Check the article here.


The next EP on Just This comes from Octual, an established figure on the Dutch underground techno circuit. His 3rd release to date is an exploration into melody and beat composition – a journey through uncharted territory. “Jupiter’s moon” presents a fleeting view of different landscapes – claps and hi-hats depict the lights and shadows [...]