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Future Déjà Vu announces the third EP

The Sheep’s Fall EP is the last result of DAHRAXT’s freaky mind.
In the opening track ‘Optomatick’ – recorded from one of his LIVE at Buttons party – as much as in “AffaR” he keeps that path of harmonic doughty rhythm, already shown through previous releases on his own imprints JTseries and PicNic34.

Headstrong big room techno pumping out loud, ‘The Alchemist’ drives forward relentlessly with its corpulent kick, looking back at the 90’s not with a sense of nostalgy, but with the consciousness of what we need to step into the future.

‘The Sheep’s Fall’ seeps a clear message: the most dangerous thing in life is an incompetent that has been given the chance to rules the world.

“The world needs a wakeup call, gentlemen” – cit.

Release Date 10 September 2018 / 12″ VINYL

 

Mannella A.k.a. DAHRAXT
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Out Now On Vinyl – Future Déjà Vu 002

Artist: Ken Karter
Title: AV_X1J EP
Label: Future Déjà Vu
Format: 12’’ VINYL
Cat. number: FDV002
Release date: 05 February 2018
Distribution: Ready Made Distribution (D)

Tracklist:
A1: AVX_1.01
B1: AVX_1.02
B2 AVX_1.03

“The future is there…looking back at us. Trying to make sense of the fiction we will have become” William Gibson

Future Déjà Vu is a Berlin based techno label. Behind such paradoxical definition of time lies an elementary objective: the promotion of a functional sound, able to be immediately usable on a techno-floor. The immediacy of the sound becomes in turn paradox itself and its plainness turns into power.becomes in turn paradox itself and its plainness turns into power.

Played and supported by: Marcel Dettmann, Dax J, Jeroen Search, Etapp Kyle, Shlømo, AWB, Héctor Oaks, Ø [Phase], Vincent Neumann, Electric Indigo, Leiras, Tensal, Juho Kusti, 2000 and One, Thomas Hessler, PVS, Benjamin Damage, Christian Gerlach, Mørbeck, Takaaki Itoh, Arnaud Le Texier and more.

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Ken Karter on Future Déjà Vu 002

“The future is there…looking back at us. Trying to make sense of the fiction we will have become” William Gibson

Future Déjà Vu is a Berlin based techno label. Behind such paradoxical definition of time lies an elementary objective: the promotion of a functional sound, able to be immediately usable on a techno-floor. The immediacy of the sound becomes in turn paradox itself and its plainness turns into power.becomes in turn paradox itself and its plainness turns into power.

Release Date 05 February 2018 / 12″ Vinyl

Ken Karter
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Out Now On Vinyl – Future Déjà Vu 001

Artist: Transient X4
Remixer: PVS / The Plant Worker
Title: Outlaw EP
Label: Future Déjà Vu
Format: 12’’ VINYL
Cat. number: FDV001
Release date: 02 May 2017
Distribution: Ready Made Distribution (D)

Tracklist:
A1: Transient X4 – Randomized(Original Mix)
A2: Transient X4 – Randomized(The Plant Worker Out OF Time Remix)
B1: Transient X4 – Acid Train(Original Mix)
B2: Transient X4 – Acid Train(PVS High Energy Remix)

“The future is there…looking back at us. Trying to make sense of the fiction we will have become” William Gibson

Future Déjà Vu is a Berlin based techno label. Behind such paradoxical definition of time lies an elementary objective: the promotion of a functional sound, able to be immediately usable on a techno-floor. The immediacy of the sound becomes in turn paradox itself and its plainness turns into power.

Played and supported by: Marcel Dettmann, Perc, Kr!z, Kobosil, Answer Code Request, Freddy K, Developer, Pfirter, Pangaea, Rebekah, Electric Indigo, Cio D’Or, Cari Lekebusch, Milton Bradley, Ian Void, Vincent Neumann, Etapp Kyle, Abstract Division, Christian Wünsch, Invite, Florian Meindl, AWB, Thomas Hessler, Philippe Petit, Amotik, Gotshell, Raphael Dincsoy, Kirk Degiorgio, Alex Dolby, Takaaki Itoh and more.

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Future Dèjà Vu

Madalba launches her own label: Future Déjà Vu

“The future is there…looking back at us. Trying to make sense of the fiction we will have become”

William Gibson

 

Future Déjà Vu is a Berlin based techno label. Behind such paradoxical definition of time lies an elementary objective: the promotion of a functional sound, able to be immediately usable on a techno-floor. The immediacy of the sound becomes in turn paradox itself and its plainness turns into power.

Artist: Transient X4
Remixer: PVS / The Plant Worker
Title: Outlaw EP
Label: Future Déjà Vu
Format: 12’’ VINYL
Cat. number: FDV001
Release date: 02 May 2017
Distribution: Ready Made Distribution (D)

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