Audiomatique releases debut mix CD mixed by Martinez

Founded in 2004 by Steve Bug initially as a side label to the seminal Poker Flat Recordings, the young label Audiomatique is presents its first mix album: Audiomatique Volume 1.0, mixed by Martinez. The first highlight on Audiomatique was the massive worldwide clubhit "Physical Fraction" by Anders Trentemøller - the record that kicked it all off for the Danish shooting star.

Martinez crafted an exciting turntable mix featuring the best Audiomatique tracks from Trentemøller, Rob Acid, Mark O'Sullivan (Dk7), John Dahlbäck & Jussi-Pekka as well as no less than six tracks which have been exclusively produced for this album by Martinez, Adultnapper, Alexi Delano and Fernando Gullon, Huggotron and newcomers Faktor-X and Cdjjj.

Martinez aka Martin Swanstein, born in Sweden, now living in Copenhagen recently gained a very good reputation with his own label "Out Of Orbit" (Triple-O) and his releases on labels like Get Physical, Dessous and of course Audiomatique. The mix-cd will be released on February 10th, 2006 and will be accompanied by the vinyl format which splits over two separate 12"s, each including 3 of the 6 exclusive tracks, while the digital edition will include the full and unmixed versions of all 17 tracks (including the exclusive songs) and will be available from stores like iTunes, Beatport, and more.


01. Trentemøller - Prana
02. Adultnapper - Choose
03. Rob Acid - Lidia
04. Mark & John - Trap 2
05. Trentemøller - Physical Fraction (Martinez Edit)
06. Faktor-X - Projections
07. Robert Babicz - Prism (Wighnomy's und Robag Wruhmes Prism Agga Knakk Nachworkk)
08. Robert Babicz - Prism
09. Jussi-Pekka - Let It Go (Don't Worry)
10. Martinez - Twilight
11. Alexi Delano and Fernando Gullon - When It Rains In Madrid
12. Huggotron - Flashlight
13. Trentemøller - Rykketid
14. CDjjj - Playmate
15. Martinez - Shadowboxing (Trentemøller remix)
16. Martinez - Shadowboxing
17. Mark & John - The Most Dangerous Animal In The Zoo

Audiomatique releases debut mix CD mixed by Martinez

January 14, 2006 at 12:55 PM CET

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