Dance and drone out to Teknofonic Recordings’ ‘Essentials Vol. 1’


Composer and producer Adam Reifsteck, maybe known more by his studio name Sonic Fear, started NYC label Teknofonic Recordings last year to provide a homebase for forward-thinking electronic music artists. As one of the label’s earliest undertakings, they’ve released Teknofonic Essentials Vol. 1, “a massive collection that truly has something for everyone.”

Featuring 20 different artists, including label founder Sonic Fear himself to open the compilation, Teknofonic Essentials Vol. 1 offers a diverse array of electronic dance music that truly contains something of interest for any and all who enjoy the genre.

The entire 20-cut compilation can be streamed in full below. If you’re looking to dance it out or just need some upbeat background noise, this is the playlist for you. Featuring Upper Regions, 3logit, Acid Daze, Elastic Plastic Generation, and so many more, Teknofonic Essentials Vol. 1 is evident of a label on the right track with a huge roster of varying talents.

Brian Leak

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