We’ve got some fresh new techno from Buenos Aires based techno artist Joaquin Ruiz who features on formative techno imprint Molecular Recordings. We premiere ‘XX 13 B1’ a driving techno tool that features intricate bass rumbles alongside well crafted syncopated synth lines, creating a hypnotising club tool.
DJ and producer Joaquin Ruiz hailing from the west side of Buenos Aires and resident of the well-known club Under Club is one of the most respected names in techno stemming from the Southern Hemisphere. His music has seen support from some of the world’s most treasured DJs including DVS1, Ben Klock, Marcel Dettmann, Ben Sims, Kobosil, Dax J, Slam and more.
Joaquin’s music can be described as the perfect blend of ambient & melodic whilst also retaining the physicality of brute-force of techno. His versatility, talent and graft in the studio make him a true representation of what the techno scene in Argentina stands for.
The Buenos Aires techno boss now features on Molecular Recordings a pioneering techno imprint founded by Marco Lenzi and Marco D’Arcangelo in 1994. Based in the UK, the label has established itself as a cutting-edge platform for innovative and original techno throughout the years.
We premiere ‘XX 13 B1’ a beautifully crafted locked groove that leans on head-spinning syncopated synth lines alongside tough rolling bass power. The rumbling bassline, tight percussion, and intense rhythms create an immersive and dynamic techno weapon.