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SUPERDRIIIV

WARNING! DON JOHNSON MAY APPEAR WHEN YOU PLAY THIS GEM OF A REMIX

The first release was fittingly a remix collab with Greg Gow, for the French techno artist Marst, on Kevin Saunderson’s KMS label SUPERDRIIIV takes us way out of the box with their 80s dipped rendition of Hibernate’s ‘Just One Time’. This production is just brimming with unique synth programming, over-the-top musicality and a beat that will have […]

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HIBERNATE INKS DEAL WITH OAKENFOLD’S PERFECTO & DROPS ‘IN SILENCE’ ON ALPHA MILK

Hibernate releases In Silence on Alpha Milk; signs deal with Oakenfold’s Perfecto label February 24, 2015 – House music producer Hibernate has released his second single of 2015, and reminds us why this reclusive artist is one of the most respected and under-rated producers in the world. The track is currently available online everywhere. In […]

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THIS DUDE IS NOT HAVING A GREAT TIME

Post by Hammarica. As the Bassrock remix of Jason Jenings’ Chaos keeps gaining views (now 80,000+), Hammarica released a new video featuring the track ‘Riptide’. Riptide comes from the Beachhead EP which was released earlier on the Hammarica label. Get the EP on iTunes here: here: http://bit.ly/1GSSA69 The video features a fearless man, standing on top of […]

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Volume 2 of Hibernate’s ‘The Lost Tunes’ is available NOW.

Includes ‘Hot Revolver’, a smokin’ hot, spaghetti-western-esque progressive masterpiece, and ‘Somebody Somewhere is Cool’ a song named after the mysterious drunk girl who’s clumsy antics fried Hibernate’s studio computer. While the first volume of The Lost Tunes was embedded inside a tekkier, more electro-inspired form of expression, the final four tracks of the duology shine […]

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HIBERNATE LOSES ENTIRE ALBUM AFTER DRUNK GIRL DESTROYS HIS STUDIO COMPUTER

Montreal producer HIBERNATE loses entire album after drunk girl destroys his studio computer during a party. But then finds it again. Somehow. Four years ago, Montreal artist Hibernate produced 8 tracks in an inspirational storm not lasting more than six days. The result was a dance-floor-crushing array of electro, progressive and nu disco. But then, […]

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