Daniel Steinberg

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If you were locked to Electronic Beats On Air on FluxFM last night, it’s likely you would have heard Berlin techno producer Daniel Steinberg in the studio. If you missed it you will be able to stream the whole show via the FluxFM website soon, but for now we’ve got the 80 minute mix for our Mix of the Day. Steinberg began releasing records in the mid-noughties, developing his strain of swung minimal techno in a particularly crowded market. However, his early schooling in Berlin’s ’90s techno scene meant that he’s been able to adapt and refine his sound over the years. This mix is begins deep and minimal, before swerving into rich, irresistably groove-led territory, with some nods to classic dancefloor tropes later on, somewhat reflecting his recent interest in funk and disco coming to the fore on recent LP Treptow.

Tracklist
1. Lawrence  – “Etoile  Du  Midi”
2. Audiofly – “Nothing  To  Undo”
3. Muff  Deep – “Steady  Muffin”
4. Chymera & Peter Dildo – “Wish” [Rawjuice  Reshape]
5. Steve Huerta – “Love  Clap”
6. Anette Party feat. Anita Coke – “Moreno”
7. B.M.R – “Starchild” [Nico  Remix]
8. Daniel Steinberg – “Let Me Down”
9. Raze – “Break 4 Love” [Soul Clap Dub Mix]
10. Massimilano – “After”
11. Humate – “Love Stimulation” [Vincenzo Remix]
12. Alessio Mereu – “Eyes  Of  Sin”
13. Clinton Houlker – “Party 2nite”
14. Good Guy Mikesh & Filbu – “Freddy”
15. Laurence Creator – “Final Call”
16. Darian Fenlow – “Daniel” [Madlung Edit]
18. Daniel Steinberg – “The  Insider”

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