If you’re from the US and reading this on August 12th, Happy Vinyl day to you! If none of those apply, we still have a treat for those purists and vinyl aficionados out there! Many love the warm vintage sound that vinyl has famously been known for and swear by its audio superiority. So on this day, and really everyday, 6AM wanted to bring you the top vinyls sets that you can stream with your favorite techno all-stars.
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Start off with the legendary master of bells, Jeff Mills who brings you his signature trippy techno sounds in this all vinyl set.
Another legend in her own right, Ellen Allien starts the mix off with some bangers along with her own backup dancer!
Get ready to stretch for this one as the techno titan Carl Cox, who’s known for having insane marathon sets brings this 9 hour journey of dance music. Oh yes. Oh Yes.
Arguably the techno queen of Brazil, ANNA shows the world her mixing prowess in a rare vinyl only Cercle performance.
Another techno legend, Sven
With the year that shall not be named, many artists began opening their homes for a more personalized set experience. Known for her hard acid techno, Amelie Lens shows her vinyl skills while still banging out the tunes in the home stream settings.
Italian producer Sam Paganini has been at it since the 90’s and it’s no wonder he can still show the vinyl mixing skills in this DJ Set.
Known for various sounds, including melodic house and techno, Dutch producer Joris Voorn brings his wax to the massive festival of Awakenings.
The masked techno crusader, SNTS, known typically for his super hard driving techno, takes it a step back…a tiny step back… with this at home vinyl set.
Another techno heavy hitter who shows his vinyl chops is Joseph Capriati in this Mixmag and Smirnoff Sound Collective performance.
To not have a vinyl performance taking place in the 90’s would be wrong. Although the audio isn’t the best, this 90’s performance just shows how wild the raver days in the 90s were.
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