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Helena Hauff – Fabric Presents Helena Hauff

Label/Cat#: Fabric Worldwide – FABRIC 217D
Year: 22 September, 2023
Genre: Electro
Source: WEB
Format: Flac
Quality: lossless

1. Helena Hauff – Turn Your Sights Inward (Mixed) (02:36)
2. Dynarec – Sunken Park (Mixed) (04:02)
3. Clarence G – Data Transfer (Mixed) (05:09)
4. Slam & Optic Nerve – Machine Conflict (Mixed) (03:59)
5. The Exaltics – 10 0seco ndstil lmidn ight (Lorenz.Orx RMX Mixed) (feat. Paris The Black Fu) (03:41)
6. YTP – WHAT U WANT (Mixed) (02:22)
7. Turk Turkelton – Rock It (Mixed) (02:21)
8. Yarn Init – Tripcon II (Mixed) (05:05)
9. Signaltype – In Abyss (Mixed) (04:43)
10. Illektrolab – Overdrive (Mixed) (03:03)
11. Ement – Despite Of Time (Mixed) (04:07)
12. Raavel – Wakalaka (Mixed) (03:47)
13. IMOGEN – Granular Tears (Mixed) (04:41)
14. Radioactive Man – Night Bus To Nowhere (Mixed) (03:58)
15. Fjaak – F-Zero (Mixed) (04:24)
16. Nite Fleit – Naïve (Mixed) (03:04)
17. Magda Rot – Alter Simus (Mixed) (04:12)
18. MicroControlUnit – Save The World (MCU’s Apocalypse Mix Mixed) (05:38)
19. D-Breeze – Crazy For Love (Autechre Remix Mixed) (06:14)

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Hamburg-born and raised, Helena Hauff studied both Fine Art and Systematic Music Science. Her astonishing DJ and producing skills reflect this experience, as this juxtaposition shaped her approach to coaxing music from her machines.

As a former resident of the esteemed Golden Pudel club, Helena has established herself as a selector who prefers playing vinyl, a producer who uses vintage hardware, and a virtuoso of seamlessly handling the crowd. Wherever she performs, her style is significant and recognizable—fierce, rough, and raw, yet steadfast and playful. All this is perfectly captured in Helena’s mix for the ‘fabric presents’ series.

Opening straight away with ‘Turn Your Sights Inward’ Hauff’s exclusive single freshly released on fabric Records, this mix spans 77 minutes, featuring 19 tracks of banging, high-tempo, punchy electro, breakbeat, and techno, full of hammering percussion and squelchy acidic synths. It is matured and unpredictable, creating a balance between structure and chaos, combining classic tracks like Radioactive Man’s ‘Night Bus To Nowhere’ (the self-titled album from 2001 by this icon was a real eye-opener for Helena) with yet unreleased gems, such as Magda Rot’s ‘Alter Simus’ – a track that arrives at the culminating point of the mix, right after Nite Fleit’s ‘Naïve’ which is out through Helena’s own Return To Disorder label.

21.09.2023 Electro , , Label Fabric Worldwide

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