Minimal Techno (Music subgenre)
Minimal techno is a minimalist sub-genre of techno. It is characterized by a stripped-down aesthetic that exploits the use of repetition, and understated development. It emerged in the mid 1990s.
Minimal Techno in Reviews
Music − Review | posted 04.09.2015
On her debut »Discreet Desires«, producer Helena Hauff from Hamburg is working her way through club music’s history. Successfully so.
Music − Review | posted 23.06.2015
Toxic Work Environment
On »Toxic Work Environment«, Ital is presenting minimal techno tending towards dystopian waters. In terms of complexity, this is a new approach.
Music − Review | posted 25.09.2014
When choosing his name, Moiré caught a piece of zeitgeist. Now, with his debut »Shelter«, he’s delivering the fitting soundtrack.
Music − Review | posted 03.12.2013
Ten years after its initial release, Mathew Jonson’s »Typerope« is still an exceptional album, sending its listener on a strange journey – no matter if you’re in the club or at home.
Music − Portrait | posted 03.11.2020
Music for plants and people
He was involved in over 900 songs and reached number 1 on the Billboard charts, but Mort Garson’s current fame is based on an encounter with Bob Moog, whom he persuaded to give him one of his synthesizers. A rediscovery.
Music − News | posted 24.06.2020
Apollo Brown & Che' Noir
Exclusive Edition: »As God Intended«
Apollo Brown has teamed up with Che’ Noir for »As God Intended«, which will be released by Mello Music Group on September 4, 2020. The album is exclusively available from us in a Coloured Vinyl Edition.
Music − News | posted 29.06.2020
Joell Ortiz & Kxng Crooked
Exclusive Edition: »H.A.R.D.«
Joell Ortiz and Kxng Crooked (aka Crooked I), both from the rap supergroup Slaughterhouse have announced a new album on Mello Music with »H.A.R.D.«. Vinyl will follow in September. We have a strictly limited colour edition in our assortment.
Music − Review | posted 24.06.2020
The new edition of »Dropsonde« comes along with seven bonus tracks. The Norwegian producer Biosphere then radically reinterpreted an entire genre.
Music − Review | posted 23.07.2020
On her first solo studio album in two years, »Hyakki Yagyō«, Eiko Ishibashi brings wonderfully wondrous sounds into flowing movements on two sound collages.