MORNING AFTER PODCAST SERIES - one.1 - GREG GOW (CANADA) [TRANSMAT / TRONIC / KMS / SYSTEMATIC]
The first podcast for 2017. And what and absolute catch. Could the fresh new year of our podcast series start on any better note, we're super lucky to have the very talented selector and tastemaker from Canada on board, with releases for labels for iconic labels such as Transmat, Tronic, KMS, Systematic and Restructured, giving you his version of things for the 11th edition of the Morning After Podcast series is Greg Gow. This is a cracker. Enjoy!
01) Percy X - Interlink - Soma
02) Mason Rubinstein -Greater Than Ourselves (Classic Tribute -Restructured
03) Humantronic - South Waves - KMS
04) Greg Gow - House Musik - KMS
05) Gabriel Ananda -Doppelwhipper (Marco Faraone Remix) -Drumcode
06) Eddie Hale - Resistance - Organism
07) Eddie Hale Foehn - Chameleon
08) Joris Voorn - ??????
09) Truncate- Diffraction- Modularz
10) Floorpan - They Can Tell- M-Plant
11) Jonno Brrien - Rollin?- Intec
12) Eric Sneo - Chord Challenge - Tronic
13) Ben Sims - Raise Your Hands (Mr. G Dem Ma Remix)- Hardgroove
14) Greg Gow - Shadows of Decay - Restructured
15 Orlando B - ????
A LITTLE BIT ABOUT GREG GOW:
It Is What It Is.
Greg Gow is definitely the white sheep of the Detroit Techno Family!!
In 2009, he was adopted into Transmat, by Derrick May when Greg’s ground-breaking track The Bridge took the techno world by storm. It was pivotal in re-launching May's label; and was later featured in Greg’s highlight performances at The Movement Festivals in the US (Detroit) / Italy (Torino) in 2010
Style: Greg’s unique Toron-troit sound adds his Detroit sensibilities to his distinct Toronto foundation. Mixing deep dark melodic sounds with a touch of soul. He has been truly inspired by a deep love for the people, music and city of Detroit.
As well, his enduring success as one of Canada’s premier techno composers, producers and performers is strongly influenced by the life skills he has honed as a public school teacher with some of Toronto’s most deserving kids.
Since 2001, Greg has had his own imprint Restructured which strives to push deep funky, driving melodic music. Over the years the label has worked many artists including Samuel L Session, Stephen Brown, Mateo Murphy, Francesco Bonora and Antwon Faulkner to mention a few. This is another busy year for the label with the next annual Canada Loves Techno compilation about to drop featuring 18 tracks from artist around the globe.