Ed Dix releases on
Dekadenz Records

A filthy dark wave of industrial driving bass lines with a subtle euphoric touch, along with heavy percussions guiding Ed Dix ideas to organically come together in this edit of an EBM classic

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This will be his first release in 2019 for Ed Dix. Dekadenz’s forthcoming compilation – Themes For Divided Tribe Vol 3 is out now together with 3 more edits by Vilnius fame, Roe Deers (Nein/ Omnidisc/Throne Of Blood) & Jakarta heavyweights- Komodo (Dekadenz/ Not An Animal) & A Fine Tuning creation (Dekadenz). This was an exciting project for Ed Dix as the original track holds a special place in his days before becoming a techno DJ.

“Having it released on the right channel is such a blessing and beyond honoured to be part of this family (Dekadenz)” – Ed Dix.

He has been produced and express himself fully in his meticulously touch on every knob and tune with Ableton to achieve the sound that he really seeks and all this without analog gears and a fully equipped studio. His magic was conjured with just a MIDI keyboard and Arturia plug-ins.

When he started working on the edit for Dekadenz, the intention was to make it more mix friendly for his own personal use as it is one of his all time faves. He just drew the direction; filthy dark wave of industrial driving bass lines with a subtle euphoric touch, adding heavy percussions along the ride for ideas to organically come together in this edit of an EBM classic.

“I don’t want to go much into the details process of behind making it as it’s nice to keep the listeners wondering how it was made”

He never restricts himself to any certain style as he plays anything that touches his soul and sounds that can remind him of his favourite movies like Terminator, Assault on Precint 13, Halloween, Escape from New York, especially stuff from David Lynch that he watched when he was younger. Heavily influenced by new wave & post punk, his favourite bands include Joy Divison, The Cure, Depeche Mode, Pink Floyd, New Order and Kraftwerk. At 22 did he only discovered the underground sounds of House and Techno and together with his initial influences this has been the sound for both his style in his productions.

Check out the track here. 
Buy track from Dekadenz Bandcamp 

Check out Ed Dix’s mix for Dekadenz podcast here;
Dekadenz Now Vol. 49