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by Toxic Family Records

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In October 2019, the Frankfurt scene activists of the Toxic Family celebrated their 20th anniversary. An incredible number for the idealistic, local project that transmits it's influences from the early 90s to the present day. So the focus at the own events is always on a good and varied sound, as well as the mediation between generations.

Exactly this feeling is now celebrated on their own label "Toxic Family" with an EP series under the theme of their 20th anniversary. Tracks of Techno in different styles, as well as melodic and groovy productions, are presented by many friendly acts from the own area.

Twenty-G is number 7 of this EP series and presents a selection of Techno with partly melodic elements. Christina Semmler's "This Sort Of Memory" combines a driving beat with slightly melodic approaches, while Marco Freudenberg's "Nightfalls" explicitly focuses on a rolling beat and mystical background. Étienne "Skydance" presents a track that focuses on his melodies. Soeser & Wahlich "First Strike" again focuses on a deep and yet rough sound.


released October 19, 2020


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Toxic Family Records Frankfurt, Germany

Toxic Family is well-known in the region around Frankfurt am Main in Germany,

In 2014, they started another project in the form of their own label. At the end of 2019, a relaunch took place with the release of a special EP series for the 20th anniversary. Under the motto "New Sound Sound of Frankfurt", electronic music is to be released across genres and with a certain quality. ... more

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