Premiere: Stream a New Track from Chris Geschwindner
The track will help kick off the new Kiev-based label Fakedtunes.
At just 23 years old, the rising Geschwindner has already made a name for himself with his unique hybrid of minimal house and melancholic techno. Initially noticed as a skilled DJ, Geschwindner fell in with the Five Finger Records crew shortly after relocating to Darmstadt, where he began to perform regularly at the local club Galerie Kurzweil. Geschwindner’s productions eventually started to appear after developing his first live set in 2015, and since then he has released several remixes and EP’s on labels from the likes of Second Step, Project London Records, and the UK-based NorthSouth Records. Last year’s standout Mathilde EP on Five Finger Records earned Geschwindner international recognition, and showcased the young producer’s ability to fuse elements of garage, deep house, and minimal techno into a fresh and upbeat, but always groovy aesthetic.
Following on from his debut on NorthSouth Records earlier this year, Geschwindner will help inaugurate Fakedtunes, the new label headed by Andrei Bambu, a resident at the popular Kiev club Closer. Joining the likes of Kashawar and Melliflow contributors Nicola Kazimir and Barbir, Geschwindner’s track on the Niagain EP is a fast-moving, hypnotic combination of minimal techno and deep house.
In anticipation of the release, you can stream “Hynosumting” in full via the player below.