100% Secure Shopping

Studio equipment

Our full range of studio equipment from all the leading equipment and software brands. Guaranteed fast delivery and low prices.

Visit Juno Studio

100% Secure Shopping

DJ equipment

Our full range of DJ equipment from all the leading equipment and software brands. Guaranteed fast delivery and low prices.Visit Juno DJ

View:
Options
Items 1 to 50 of 55,566 on page 1 of 1,112
1  2  3  ...  1,112  »
Cat: SYSTLUNA STICKER. Rel: 04 Mar 11
 
Minimal/Tech House
out of stock $0.00
Cat: FRKD 013.
Techno
  1. Evacuation
  2. Destructo
  3. Sarcophagus
  4. Nuclear Snow
  5. Dogs Of Chernobyl
out of stock $0.00
Cat: KR 017. Rel: 12 Dec 03
Techno
  1. Disco Killa
  2. Duration
  3. MIR
out of stock $0.00
VARIOUS
Cat: VUSMC 126. Rel: 14 Apr 97
 
Electro House
out of stock $0.00
Sound (12")
Cat: SUPER 205112. Rel: 18 Mar 96
Techno
  1. Track 1
out of stock $0.00
Sound (CD)
Cat: SUPER 2051CDS. Rel: 18 Mar 96
 
Techno
  1. Track 1
out of stock $0.00
Systematic (12")
Cat: TL 001. Rel: 18 Mar 96
Techno
  1. Track 1
out of stock $0.00
VARIOUS
Cat: INSTABIL 022. Rel: 01 Oct 10
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Fischerle - "Podgladalem Jak Sikalas"
  2. Smiling Faces - "1111"
  3. Planet Beyond - "Caked" (remix)
  4. Time For Trees - "Sad Livin' In The City" (Roy England's No One Will Cry Over Me dub)
  5. Dubatech - "Paranthesis"
  6. Ozka - "Renegade Host"
  7. Gathaspar - "Wglebiduszy"
  8. Teemu T - "Opto02"
  9. Pandemrix 202 - "Gloryfield"
  10. Nakoradiomies - "Teardrops"
  11. P Laoss - "Small"
  12. Joergmueller - "Rise Or Shine"
out of stock $0.00
Cat: STYRAX STICKER. Rel: 07 Apr 09
 
Techno
out of stock $0.00
The Legacy (12")
Cat: 4W 185. Rel: 05 May 97
 
Techno
out of stock $0.00
Cat: 4W 350. Rel: 22 Nov 00
Techno
  1. Jaguar (Derrick May Mayday mix)
  2. Jaguar (Derrick May Mayday dub)
Played by: Carl Cox, Pontchartrain
out of stock $0.00
  1. Rock My Soul (Octave One mix)
  2. Rock My Soul (Rock My instrumental)
  3. PMP (Power, Money & Pain) (The Exhibitionist mix)
Review: ''Rock My Soul'' sees a great borrowed vocal from Delano Tyler topping a bass-heavy backdrop from the Octave One folks, with stabbing old school synths, great percussion, chunky beats, and that great meaty bassline all helping to work the floors. You also get a vocal-free take for all you bass driven peak-time house lovers. On the flip is a chunky techno-fuelled houser packed with solid synth lines, driving beats, and a strong bassline.
Read more
out of stock $0.00
RIK 1 (12")
R
Cat: RIK 1.
Techno
  1. R-23
  2. Phiom Enhah
  3. Defender
  4. Salt II
out of stock $0.00
Cat: AAR 032. Rel: 25 Mar 09
Techno
  1. Shogun
  2. Nachtegaal
  3. Kaisen
  4. Fatalitas
Played by: Matt K, Chris Da Break
out of stock $0.00
Cat: EPIONERECORDS 04.
Techno
  1. Ochanomizu
  2. Omamori
  3. Rasen
out of stock $0.00
Musik (2xLP)
Cat: NOMU 37LP. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Techno
  1. Plastique
  2. Fuk
  3. Kriket
  4. Konception
  5. Goo
  6. Marbles
  7. Lasttrack
out of stock $0.00
Cat: ADR 14. Rel: 28 Oct 06
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Off The Wagon
  2. Tantra
Review: Gene is back again fresh off his Abe Duque Records contributions. Best known for his voodoo style techno on labels Cocoon and Stripped. "Off the Wagon" is quite a journey with a rolling bass thump leading into swirling synths and mysterious stabs grab hold of the sound. A long build pauses the mix and the hair raising twist begins. On the flip "Tantra" is sexy, very in tense and very voodoo just perfect for ADR.
Read more
out of stock $0.00
VARIOUS
Cat: COMPOS 017CD?. Rel: 18 Mar 96
 
Techno
  1. Track 1
out of stock $0.00
The Dubs (double 12")
Cat: HARDGROOVE 002. Rel: 18 Dec 99
Techno
  1. Impact (Killabite remix)
  2. Impact Dub
  3. Repurcussion (Hardgroove mix)
  4. Body Musik
  5. In The Jungle
  6. Solartime (unreleased Hardgroove mix)
  7. Work It (Vincent D remix)
  8. Action
out of stock $0.00
Plugged (LP)
Cat: LOD 001DLP. Rel: 07 Oct 96
 
Techno
  1. Track 1
out of stock $0.00
Plugged (CD)
Cat: LOD 001CD. Rel: 07 Oct 96
 
Techno
  1. Track 1
out of stock $0.00
K7
Cat: K7R 034CD. Rel: 27 Apr 02
 
Techno
  1. United Future Organization - "Fool's Paradise"
  2. Renegade Soundwave - "The Phantom" (Turntable Scratch mix)
  3. Fretless Azm - "Bumbuphone"
  4. The Innocent - "Theme From The Innocent"
  5. Basement Jaxx - "Fly Life"
  6. Flare - "Np 2.1"
  7. Symbols & Instruments - "Mood" (Optimystic mix)
  8. Strange Attractor - "Gyroscope"
  9. Frank De Wulf - "Drums In A Grip"
  10. Ghetto Brothers - "Pumpin' Bass Manoeuvres"
  11. Jedi Knights - "Dance Of The Naughty Knights"
  12. Coldcut - "Atomic Moog 2000"
  13. Buckfunk 3000 - "Buckfunk Discotheque"
  14. Flare - "DIR.R"
  15. Ken Ishii - "Circular Motion"
  16. Ken Ishii - "Echo Exit"
  17. Locust - "No-one In The World"
  18. Jake Slazenger - "Nautilus"
  19. Squarepusher - "Squarepusher Theme"
  20. Silent Poets - "Mass"
  21. Kevin Saunderson - "Deep Space Intro"
  22. Bango E.p - "Ritual Beating System"
  23. Tata Box Inhibitors - "Ribosomal"
  24. Chocolate City - "Love Songs" (demo mix)
  25. Jark Prongo - "Spadet"
  26. Rene Et Gaston - "Merlouche Ideal"
  27. Octave One - "Night Illusions"
  28. R - "THYME-Use Me"
  29. 69 - "Mind Machine Part One"
  30. Plastikman - "Spastik"
  31. Octave One - "Seige"
  32. Playboy - "In Da Jungle"
  33. E - "DANCER-World Of Deep"
  34. Outlander - "Vamp"
  35. Trancesetters - "Neurodisco"
  36. The Sharp Boys - "Sharp Tools-volume two"
  37. Sean Deason - "Razorback"
  38. Strand - "Bloated" (Juggernaut mix)
  39. The Electirc 10 - "Ex-p.r"
  40. Dark Comedy - "The Bar"
  41. E - "DANCER-Velocity Funk"
  42. Kevin Saunderson - "Deep Space Outro"
  43. Hardfloor - "I Can't Complain"
  44. Bam Bam - "Where Is Your Child"
  45. Co - "JACK-Nightshift"
  46. Phuture - "The Creator"
  47. Armando - "Land Of Confusion"
  48. Fast Eddie - "Let's Go"
  49. Hardfloor - "Safety Razor"
  50. Housemaster Boyz - "Housenation"
  51. Adonis - "The Poke"
  52. Hardfloor - "Bodymove"
  53. DJ Pierre - "Box Energy"
  54. Gentry Ice - "Do You Wanna Jack"
  55. Fast Eddie - "Acid Hunter"
  56. Cool House - "Rock This Party Right"
  57. Steve Pointexter - "Born To Freak"
  58. Jack Frost - "Tom Tom"
  59. Phuture - "Spank Spank"
  60. Adonis - "No Way Back"
  61. Spanky - "Acid House"
  62. Sleezy D - "I've Lost Control"
out of stock $0.00
Cat: WAP 78. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Leftfield
  1. Girl Boy (NLS mix)
  2. Girl Boy (Snarerush mix)
  3. Girl Boy (Redruth mix)
  4. Milkman
  5. Inkey$
  6. Beetles
out of stock $0.00
Cat: SOMA 158. Rel: 05 Nov 04
Techno
  1. Suicide Android
  2. Melodies And Memory
  3. Futures In Plastic (Claro Intelecto remix)
out of stock $0.00
Cat: RR 0063L. Rel: 07 Nov 06
Techno
  1. Dabrye feat Jay Dee & Phat Kat - "Game Over"
  2. The Temptations - "Plastic Man"
  3. The Stooges - "No Fun"
  4. The Black Dog - "Virtual"
  5. Liaisons Dangereuses - "Peut Etre Pas"
  6. Aretha Franklin - "Rock Steady"
  7. Carl Craig - "No More Words"
  8. Instinct - "Just A Feeling"
  9. Visage - "Frequency 7"
  10. Severed Heads - "The Ant Can See Legs"
  11. Capricorn - "I Need Love" (instrumental)
Review: 'Kings of Techno' is the 6th instalment in a compilation series that grows more ubiquitous with each release. Over 130,000 albums have been sold in a series that brings together globally renowned DJs & producers to reveal their favourite tracks in the genre they themselves have become best known for. 'The Kings Of' albums allow compilers to make choices well beyond the usual restraints imposed on them. Each release features striking artwork from 60s Rolling Stones photographer & bon viveur extraordinaire Michael Joseph. Techno has its roots in Detroit, more precisely in the eclectic late radio programs of Charles "The Electrifying Mojo" Johnson which heavily featured early electronic works (Moroder, Kraftwerk...) and funk, giving birth to a new genre in the mind of a fistful of African-American students, 'The Belleville Three': Derrick May, Juan Atkins & Kevin Saunderson. Featuring a percussive, synthetic sound and a 4/4 beat, techno developed from a strictly underground phenomenon to an established, global genre when it came to England and from there the rest of the world. But this album is not your average techno mix album. How could it be - it features two of dance music's most significant players of the last 15 years. Laurent Garnier was one of the first Europeans to mix American house and techno music in Britain, earning his crown in the glory days of the Hacienda in the late 80s. Some tracks of his mix will be immediately recognizable as techno, such as the obscure 'Just A Feeling' by Instinct - deeply evocative of a 101 lost weekends in the 'Hac', as it affectionately became know by regulars - or the phenomenal 'Utopia' by Jeff Mills - a track which best defines the atmospheric soundscapes associated with the genre. But far from being strictly techno, Garnier's mix is both a testimony to the genre's main influences and an eclectic tribute to the town that saw its emergence: Detroit. The great beauty of his mix is the layering of the many styles, travelling from Alice Coltrane and Aretha Franklin to The Stooges, from Motown's Temptations to Slum Village to futuristic hip-hop-anthem-in-the-making Dabrye's collaboration with Jay Dee on 'Game Over'. Carl Craig grew up in Detroit; his diverse musical output has gained him fans from a broad range of musical backgrounds. Considered as one of the main figures of the second generation of Detroit techno producers, his extensive DJing all over the world witnessed the development of the genre. In direct contrast to Laurent's mix, his takes in music that mostly emanated from Europe. Like Laurent's, some falls easily into the techno category: Nitzer Ebb's industrial bass heavy 'Join In The Chant' fits seamlessly with Capricorn's 'I Need Love' from defunct early 90s trance label Sperm Records. Visage and Human League will be remembered for European chart success in the glory days of late 70s, early 80s pop music, the former perhaps better known for their hit 'Fade To Grey', the latter for their massive 'Don't You Want Me Baby'. Both had a high voltage current running through their music and significantly these tracks still gain a cheer on today's dance floor. So expect the unexpected, once again the meeting of minds in the 'Kings Of' series has spawned an informed, genre-defying double CD that's mixed to perfection, and that takes us on a journey from which we won't want to, or simply can't, return.
Read more
out of stock $0.00
Cat: RR 0064L. Rel: 07 Nov 06
Techno
  1. Alice Coltrane feat Pharoah Sanders - "Jouurney In Satchindananda"
  2. Arpanet - "NTT DoCoMo"
  3. Drexciya - "Sea Snake"
  4. Kano - "Its War"
  5. Alexander Robotnick - "Dance Boy Dance"
  6. Nitzer Ebb - "Join The Chant"
  7. Underground Resistance - "Amazon" (Live)
  8. Funkadelic - "Bettino's Bounce"
  9. MK - "Burning" (MK club edit)
  10. Martin Circus - "Disco Circus"
  11. Yello - "No More Words"
Review: 'Kings of Techno' is the 6th instalment in a compilation series that grows more ubiquitous with each release. Over 130,000 albums have been sold in a series that brings together globally renowned DJs & producers to reveal their favourite tracks in the genre they themselves have become best known for. 'The Kings Of' albums allow compilers to make choices well beyond the usual restraints imposed on them. Each release features striking artwork from 60s Rolling Stones photographer & bon viveur extraordinaire Michael Joseph. Techno has its roots in Detroit, more precisely in the eclectic late radio programs of Charles "The Electrifying Mojo" Johnson which heavily featured early electronic works (Moroder, Kraftwerk...) and funk, giving birth to a new genre in the mind of a fistful of African-American students, 'The Belleville Three': Derrick May, Juan Atkins & Kevin Saunderson. Featuring a percussive, synthetic sound and a 4/4 beat, techno developed from a strictly underground phenomenon to an established, global genre when it came to England and from there the rest of the world. But this album is not your average techno mix album. How could it be - it features two of dance music's most significant players of the last 15 years. Laurent Garnier was one of the first Europeans to mix American house and techno music in Britain, earning his crown in the glory days of the Hacienda in the late 80s. Some tracks of his mix will be immediately recognizable as techno, such as the obscure 'Just A Feeling' by Instinct - deeply evocative of a 101 lost weekends in the 'Hac', as it affectionately became know by regulars - or the phenomenal 'Utopia' by Jeff Mills - a track which best defines the atmospheric soundscapes associated with the genre. But far from being strictly techno, Garnier's mix is both a testimony to the genre's main influences and an eclectic tribute to the town that saw its emergence: Detroit. The great beauty of his mix is the layering of the many styles, travelling from Alice Coltrane and Aretha Franklin to The Stooges, from Motown's Temptations to Slum Village to futuristic hip-hop-anthem-in-the-making Dabrye's collaboration with Jay Dee on 'Game Over'. Carl Craig grew up in Detroit; his diverse musical output has gained him fans from a broad range of musical backgrounds. Considered as one of the main figures of the second generation of Detroit techno producers, his extensive DJing all over the world witnessed the development of the genre. In direct contrast to Laurent's mix, his takes in music that mostly emanated from Europe. Like Laurent's, some falls easily into the techno category: Nitzer Ebb's industrial bass heavy 'Join In The Chant' fits seamlessly with Capricorn's 'I Need Love' from defunct early 90s trance label Sperm Records. Visage and Human League will be remembered for European chart success in the glory days of late 70s, early 80s pop music, the former perhaps better known for their hit 'Fade To Grey', the latter for their massive 'Don't You Want Me Baby'. Both had a high voltage current running through their music and significantly these tracks still gain a cheer on today's dance floor. So expect the unexpected, once again the meeting of minds in the 'Kings Of' series has spawned an informed, genre-defying double CD that's mixed to perfection, and that takes us on a journey from which we won't want to, or simply can't, return.
Read more
out of stock $0.00
Cat: . Rel: 03 Mar 97
 
Techno
out of stock $0.00
  1. House Music
  2. Good God
  3. Make It
  4. Tellin' Lies (dark mix)
  5. Dark Moment
  6. In My Home
  7. Chicken Blues
  8. Music Saves My Soul
  9. Dark Moment 2
  10. Baby Blues
  11. Chicken Blues (Part 2)
  12. Tellin' Lies (original mix)
  13. Everything's Alright
out of stock $0.00
Concept 12 (12" with box)
Cat: PLUS8 9612BOX. Rel: 24 Mar 97
 
Techno
out of stock $0.00
Blow (CD)
Cat: BRAINK 54CD. Rel: 20 Jun 97
 
Techno
out of stock $0.00
Cat: MAJ 101. Rel: 05 May 97
 
Techno
out of stock $0.00
out of stock $0.00
Ambush (12")
Cat: UR 040. Rel: 28 Apr 97
 
Techno
out of stock $0.00
VARIOUS
Stellarium (12")
Cat: MF 100. Rel: 05 May 97
 
Techno
out of stock $0.00
out of stock $0.00
BETA/Ciao (12")
XL
Cat: XLT 77. Rel: 02 Jun 97
 
Techno
out of stock $0.00
out of stock $0.00
VARIOUS
Cat: ASW 6170CD. Rel: 03 Jun 96
 
Techno
out of stock $0.00
Cat: KLANG 15. Rel: 25 Oct 97
 
Techno
out of stock $0.00
out of stock $0.00
Cat: PPF 070. Rel: 06 Sep 97
 
Techno
out of stock $0.00
out of stock $0.00
Remixes (12")
Cat: COM 026. Rel: 10 Jun 96
 
Techno
out of stock $0.00
VARIOUS
Cat: KICKCD36. Rel: 18 Mar 96
 
Techno
out of stock $0.00
Cat: DELSINROUND STICKER. Rel: 16 Oct 08
 
Techno
out of stock $0.00
Dark Stab (1-sided green vinyl 12" limited to 1000 copies)
Cat: ZOOM 038. Rel: 20 Jun 97
 
Techno
out of stock $0.00
Sounds (12")
Cat: HYP 005. Rel: 28 Apr 97
 
Techno
out of stock $0.00
BETA/Ciao (2nd 12")
XL
Cat: XLR 77. Rel: 02 Jun 97
 
Techno
out of stock $0.00
out of stock $0.00
6/10 EP (12")
Cat: ART 006. Rel: 07 Dec 99
 
Techno
out of stock $0.00
Items 1 to 50 of 55,566 on page 1 of 1,112
1  2  3  ...  1,112  »

Filter

Saved Searches
Save current search
Release Date
Close