Adam Beyer announces Drumcode ‘A-Sides Vol. 9’: Listen

Adam Beyer announces Drumcode ‘A-Sides Vol. 9’: Listen

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Adam Beyer’s Drumcode will release the ninth edition of the label’s ‘A-Sides’ compilation series this month.

Set to land on 27th April, the compilation features cuts from the likes of Eats Everything, Dubfire, Christian Smith and Rest Robot, along with emerging names on the label such as Juliet Fox, Joyhauser and Anfisa Letyago. Check the full tracklist below. 

Have an exclusive first listen to Eats Everything’s barnstorming techno cut ‘Organico’ below. 

“I’ve been mates with Mr Beyer for some time now and a big admirer of his from way back in the ’90s when he used to play at Atomic Jam in Birmingham,” Eats Everything says about his Drumcode debut. “I send him stuff from time to time that I’ve made and ‘Organico’ just seemed to strike a chord with him. Drumcode is a force to be reckoned with and I have the utmost respect for Adam and everything he has achieved, so to be welcomed onto the label is a real honour and privilege for me.”

Pre-order ‘A-Sides Vol. 9’ here.

  1. Joyhauser — Fierceness
  2. Dubfire — Deadbug
  3. Christian Smith — Just Close Your Eyes
  4. Thomas Schumacher & Victor Ruiz — Intuit
  5. Eats Everything — Organico
  6. Balthazar & JackRock — Red Village Disco Hustle
  7. Reset Robot — Grains
  8. Thomas Hoffknecht — Code 1
  9. Oscar L — Dark Fate
  10. Anfisa Letyago — Are U In
  11. Harvey McKay — Find Yourself
  12. Loco & Jam — Addicted
  13. Juliet Fox — Our Fantasy

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