Truncate celebrates 10th anniversary with Luke Slater and James Ruskin remix package

Celebrating ten years of his vital Truncate imprint, David Flores aka Truncate recruits techno royalty James Ruskin and Luke Slater for a set of hard-hitting remixes alongside two of his own originals for the 22nd release on the label.

Speaking on the release, Truncate states: “To celebrate this milestone it felt fitting to ask for remixes from none other than techno legends Luke Slater aka Planetary Assault Systems and James Ruskin to make this release extra special.”

Primarily an outlet for his own productions, Flores’ Truncate has become a touchstone for quality, groove-based techno over the past ten years. While winning an army of techno fans, the label has also won plaudits from house DJs for its more jacking and groovy releases. Running parallel to the label’s success, Truncate has also become one of the most bankable techno DJ/producers around, appearing on a broad range of well-regarded labels as well as regularly playing techno institutions like Movement Festival, Awakenings, fabric, Berghain and many more.

‘First Phase’ is releasing October 1st via Truncate.

1. First Phase (Planetary Assault Systems Remix)
2. First Phase (Original Mix)
3. First Phase (PAS Jam 1)
4. First Phase (PAS Jam 2)
5. The Eve (James Ruskin Remix)
6 The Eve (Original Mix)

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