We’ve got some new music from two of Ireland’s finest techno producers’s on one of Ireland’s most promising new techno imprints, as Doug Cooney remixes Offtrack for Undivided. Doug Cooney provides a menacing peak-time remix of Offtrack’s original, as the RLSD boss man lies on shuffling rhythms and pulsating synth lines.

Undivided was established in early 2021 by Dublin natives Amak & A PageOne, with a goal to showcase emerging local and international talent in electronic music. Together, the duo have created a stir with a series of underground events that have attracted a rapidly growing audience.

Following on from the label’s previously strong releases from FYuN & Jack Nolan in 2022, they now return with yet another massive Irish releases from Offtrack, with Doug Cooney on remix duties. The 4 track EP is stacked with quivering synth lines, syncopated rhythms and kaleidoscopic shuffling soundscapes.

Today we have the pleasure of hosting Doug Cooney’s remix. In recent years Doug has been burning the midnight oil in the studio, crafting high octane and distinctly function techno tracks. Cooney has recently signed records with respected labels such as Orbis, GND, Gynoid, EFR, Bastardo Electrico, N&N Records, Research & Orgone, alongside RLSD Records his own imprint laying a strong foundation for his future in music. His productions have received support from Dave Clarke, Amelie Lens, Ben Sims, Luke Slater, Rodhad, KR!Z, and Answer Code Request. Doug’s tracks have also been been remixed by Aiken, Binny, Lee Holman and Dystopian Records Jon Hester, proving his calibre in the international arena.

Doug’s remix of Master Detune show’s the RLSD boss man at his rawest and most uncompromising as he goes hell for leather with pounding rhythms and unapologetic synth work. He flips Offtrack’s kickless original into a dance-floor devoted frenzy, as tough kick drums crash into jarring percussion, while spaced out hypnotic atmospheres glide across anarchic synth lines. This is hard-edged, peak-time techno at it’s finest.

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