We premiere new grassroots techno from Alan Martin as he presents his debut EP ‘Showdown.’ We showcase the title track as Alan exudes big-room stomping energy through striking dub chords and pounding percussive workouts.

Alan Martin‘s electronic music journey began in 2006 when his father introduced him to Technics SL1200 and records. The youngster soon began experimenting with a ghetto blaster and this turntable and ended up making some decent-sounding mixes, according to YouTube user ‘ellaskins’ aka DJ. Tutor.  Alan later purchased his own set of Gemini turntables before moving into the world of digital some years later.

Outside of DJing Alan began making music in 2009 through FL Studio. Earlier tracks came in the style of hard house and abrasive rhythms associated with the old-school Irish scene. In more recent years Alan house & techno has moved into the world of house & techno taking inspiration from the European scene.

We premiere the slick lead track ‘Showdown’ from Alan’s debut EP as he hones in on the classic 909 & 808 sound, curating a hard-edged and relentless drum workout. Alan continues to push a classic style through the use of Detroit-style dub chords created on a UAD Moog synth. This is a big-room techno bomb cooked to perfection.

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