Part two in Alden Tyrell’s latest project: ”Vorm Variaties”, a 5 release series consisting of tracks recorded in the last 2 years. The ”Vorm Variaties” tracks were a ”Style Excercise” for Tyrell, flexing his producermuscle while health issues forced him to stop touring. Initially he had no intention to release these tracks but we thought they were so good that we were almost forced to start this series. All tracks selected are variations on classic techno forms, using classic style ingredients and the 909. All 5 ”Variaties” are different in style, yet all homogenous, all with Alden Tyrell’s sound signature… on point production skills and stripped down arrangements.
Listen to “Sherman Paradox” and “Angular” right here:
Grava 4, the final Drexciya album and one of the seven storms, 2017 reissue on Clone Aqualung Series.
Drexciya presents Grava 4. Earth has finally discovered Utopia. (Drexciya Home Universe) Earth scientist discovered the home planet of Drexciya on 2-14-2002. Within moments Dr. Blowfin was given the orders to initiate the seven dimensional cloaking-spheres to hide the other three planets from earths view. The star chart is authentic; you will be able to find the star by using the coordinations on the star chart. The planet Drexciya can be found in the international star vault in Switzerland & recorded in the astronomical compendium.
Today Clone Records presents the full program of The Return of The Future Tour in order of the 25 year anniversary of the Rotterdam based record label. The tour will kick-off in hometown harbour city at BAR on February the 24th with Deejay Hermit, Gerd, John Heckle, Legowelt (DJ set), Project Pablo, Space Dimension Controller and the label’s founding father, Serge. In March and April 17 shows will follow at the label’s favorite European clubs. The birthday events will take place at Panorama Bar, Oval Space, Le Sucre, FUSE, Shelter, PAL, Iboat, Nitsa, Under Bron, Kaiku, Doornroosje, OOST, Rote Sonne, PIP, Sub Club, Hope Works and Plano B. Covering a wide selection of Clone Records related artists the tour will showcase the diversity of the electronic music label and all its sub labels.
Clone Records was founded by Serge Verschuur at the end of 1992. The Dutch DJ and producer experienced the 80’s as a period in which a generation was anxiously looking forward for what was to come next. The new millennium was on everyone’s mind, for some with fear, for some with eagerness. All of a sudden the music from the future, made by unknown bedroom producers expressing themselves through machines, had arrived. This futuristic music connected like-minded people all over the world and initiated an evolution in the world of electronic music. It inspired Serge to start his own imprint as an outlet for that same machine music. The first Clone Records release by Dutch techno group Orx was a fact in late 1992.
In the next decades a new generation was setting the pace. A minority of Techno- and House music lovers had grown into an established movement. The future was no future anymore; it had become the present and therefore it seemed less exciting. People started looking at the past again to relive the early days of electronic dance music. In the meantime the small Clone operation had transformed into a successful record label with a record store and distributor as a solid side business. Now, 25 years later, Clone Records is still doing business its own way, releasing music that excites the men you never see. With a heart for the classic and an ear for the new, the label is looking at the future again. Clone Records invites everyone to The Return of The Future tour.
Le Car is a supermini produced by French automaker Renault. It was produced in two generations 1972–1985 (also called R5) and 1984–1996 (also called Super 5 or Supercinq). It was was sold in the US as Le Car, from 1976 to 1983. Nearly 5.5 million were built.
Le Car achieved, like the original Mini, a cult status.
Limited edition Clone Records shirt with the iconic Le Car truck print on high quality cotton shirt by Carhartt Detroit.
A very limited run of t-shirts for the reassembly of Le Car. One of the electro projects emerging from Detroit’s close knit scene in the mid 90’s. Adam Equation and Ian Cinch Jones teamed up for a series of 12″s resulting in some of the starkest, robotic electro coming from the motorcity.