Today we premiere some relentless techno on the fabled Glaswegian label BEK Audio, as Gary Beck teams up with Klaudia Gawlas for a perpetual floor filler. The pair keep their feet very much on the accelerator, driving the tracks tension through gyrating synth hooks and hammering snare rolls.
BEK Audio was established in 2009 by Glasgow Producer and DJ Gary Beck. The label was initially set up as platform for releasing his own music, however this quickly changed after receiving outstanding material from colleagues such as Mark Broom and Slam. The label sound is often described as raw and energetic Techno.
Gary Beck, a Glasgow-born producer and DJ, has long been recognised as a key figure in techno. He has received support from some of the industry’s biggest stars and released music on some of the genre’s most prestigious labels, including Soma, Cocoon, and Drumcode, as well as his own BEK Audio imprint. Beck has amassed an astounding array of accomplishments since breaking into the scene in 2007. A BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix, two Boiler Room sessions, featured music on BBC 1 Drama ‘Stonemouth,’ and countless collaborations with extraordinary talents such as MR. G, Green Velvet, Debra Debs, Mark Broom, and Speedy J are among the highlights.
German DJ & producer Klaudia Gawlas teams up with Gary Bek to provide a scorching peak-time techno slammer on BEK Audio. Klaudia is a thoroughbred musician that has been at the top of her game for many years, headlining events around the world, trooping together fans and topping the lists of DJ polls. Klaudia has notably played on some of the worlds biggest stages including; Mayday, Time Warp, Nature One, Awakenings, Tomorrowland Brazil and more. She also partnered with prolific producers such Eric Sneo, and released music on Joseph Capriati and Coyu’s imprint’s.
Klaudia and Gary’s collaboration is the perfect amalgamation of the seasoned pairing’s skills in the studio, as they provide a big room techno tool, that is sure to rock venues around the world. Sakura is classic style BEK Audio as the pair showcase continuous tension through swirling synth lines and in your face snare rolls. The groove is maintained through a gabber-esque kick would shake the largest of sound systems. This will do damage at the world’s biggest showcases of techno.