Vladimir Dubyshkin first made his way onto DJ Mag’s radar earlier this year when two of his tracks dropped on трип’s ADE various artists in-store release. The two tracks from it, ‘Rooygbbiv’ and ‘Machines Behave Badly’, are savage 150bpm club cuts and saw full release in December through his debut EP on the Nina Kraviz-run imprint, titled ‘Cheerful Pessimist’. The label boss has been hammering its five tracks of swirling techno in recent sets, which also include ‘Beliiismo’ (a psychedelic mind-melter), ‘Pigeon Epilepsy’ (a 135bpm warped techno tool) and ‘I Decided To Fly’ (rolling lights-out techno).
The youngest member of the трип family also features on the label’s upcoming compilation ‘Happy New Year! We Wish You Happiness!’ with peak-time slammer ‘Soviet Film’. Hailing from Tambov, a city south-east of Moscow, Dubyshkin is part of Russia’s ever-growing collection of producers exploring the outer reaches of techno — and an artist we imagine you’re going to be hearing a lot more from in the future
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