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Tresor taps DJ Stingray for latest Kern mix

His selections feature tracks from Aphex Twin, Drexciya, Dopplereffekt, Silent Servant and more

Berlin label Tresor has confirmed that Detroit artist Sherard Ingram – better known as DJ Stingray – has overseen the fourth instalment of their Kern mix series. The 27-track selection features the new track Nationalised from NRSB-11 – a collaborative project between Ingram and Detroit techno producer Gerald Donald.

Notably, there are tracks from Dopplereffekt and legendary techno unit Drexciya – projects which Donald are involved in. DJ Stingray was once Drexciya’s official tour DJ.

Due to be released on 7 July, the mix will be available digitally and on CD. Furthermore, there’ll be an unmixed double-vinyl sampler with eight tracks. Scroll down for the new artwork and tracklist.

Tracklist
CD:
01. Dopplereffekt – Scientist
02. Alex Cortex – We Run Your Life
03. Kris Wadsworth – Infiltrator
04. Christopher Joseph – Mind At Sea
05. Silent Servant – Dissociation
06. Adam Jay – Lexic
07. Herva – Slam The Laptop
08. Gesloten Cirkel – Submit X
09. Professor X – Professor X (Saga)
10. NRSB-11 – Nationalised
11. Luke Eargoggle – I Belong To The Past
12. Drexciya – Lost Vessel
13. Dynarec – Moving Corridors
14. Syncom Data – Musik Politik
15. Creepy Autograph – Night Stalker
16. Drexciya – Aquabahn
17. Faceless Mind – Ocean Movers (Vcs2600 Science Remix)
18. 065 DJ Dijital – Bang
19. Drexciya – Running Out Of Space
20. Illektrolab – Overdrive
21. Anna Meredith – VapourIsED (LoneLady Remix)
22. Drexciya – Dr. Blowfins’ Black Storm Stabilizing Spheres
23. DJ Di’jital – Mind Of The Master
24. Morphology – Vector Plant
25. Luke Eargoggle & Kan3da – Night Smoker
26. AFX – Serge Fenix Rendered 2
27. Drexciya – Cascading Celestial Giants

Vinyl:
A1 NRSB-11 – Nationalised
A2 Dynarec – Moving Corridors
B1 Professor X – Professor X
B2 Herva – Slam The Laptop
C1 AFX – Serge Fenix Rendered 2
C2 Gesloten Cirkel – Submit X
D1 Anna Meredith – VapourIsED (LoneLady Remix)
D2 Syncom Data – Musik Politik

 

(via Resident Advisor)

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