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Some deep hypnotic Techno for you. This track just keeps you confused all the way through. Is it Techno? Is it Progressive? This isn’t a well known track, but one that should be.

This will always be a signature track for the upstairs room at Sankeys, Manchester. Such a great bassline that kicks in and changes the pace. Blurs the line between Techno and Progressive House! Now time to put my shades on so the massive strobe light doesn’t blind me!

Here’s a mix I threw together featuring my favourite Progressive House tracks from 2010. This is hopefully the first of many this year. It’s my new year’s resolution!

January 2011 – New Year’s Resolutions Progressive Mix 2010 by Truce on Mixcloud

001. Charlie May – Midnight (Nhar Remix)
002. Guy J and Roy Brizman – Avant Garde (Original Mix)
003. King Unique – 2000000 Suns (Original Mix)
004. Andre Sobota – Unreal (Tomy DeClerque Remix)
005. The Temper Trap – Science Of Fear (Michael Woods Remix)
006. J Alexander – Endless (Kenny Larkin Remix)
007. Slam – Variance (Adam Beyer and Jesper Dahlback Remix) / Joe Fisher – Tombola (Original Mix)
008. R.E.Z. – First Circuit (SQL Remix)
009. Massive Attack – Paradise Circus (feat. Hope Sandoval) (Gui Boratto Remix)
010. Glenn Morrison – Symptoms Of A Stranger feat Cathy Burton (Henry Saiz Remix)
011. Dankann – Helia (club mix)

I am absolutely loving this track since Adam Beyer played it on Drumcode Radio a week or so ago. Epic 12 minutes of Techno with a soft ending. This should have been an anthem for Human Traffic.

Here’s a bit of filthy minimal techno I am digging right now. Maetrik is hot shit and between this and ‘Paradigm House’, you can see why!

BONUS: Also check out Zecapx – Ozer View on Beatport. Dark and banging.

Check out this awesome track from LCD Soundsystem I heard on Proton Radio. Epic and bangin’ at the same time!

EDIT: New vid as the last one got removed.

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