5 Underground Techno Tracks You Need to Hear

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If you’re a fan of underground techno music, then you need to check out these five tracks. From deep and dark to fast and furious, these tracks will get your heart pumping and your feet moving.


Although techno is often associated with the mainstream dance music of Europe and North America, the genre has underground origins that date back to the1980s. Techno tracks are characterized by a fast tempo, synthesized melodies, and minimalistic or repetitive compositions.

If you’re looking for something new to add to your techno playlist, check out these five tracks from lesser-known artists:

1. “Oasis” by Mind Against
2. “Nebula” by Miki Litvak
3. “Papillon” by Shaded Explorer
4. “We Call It Space” by DJ Tonio
5. “The Tape” by Roentgen Limiter

“Odysseus” by Hidden Empire

“Odysseus” by Hidden Empire is a deep and driving techno track that will take you on a journey. It’s perfect for late-night listening, and has a dark and hypnotic quality that’s perfect for dancing.

“Babylon” by Monoloc

“Babylon” is a complex and dark track by Monoloc that captures the feeling of paranoia and unease. The slow, methodical pace of the track combined with the sinister synths create an unsettling atmosphere that is perfect for late-night listening.

“Endless” by Dax J

Dax J is a London-based producer who has been making waves in the techno scene for the past few years. His style is dark and driving, and “Endless” is a perfect example of his sound. The track starts with a simple, repeating melody that sets the mood, before the bass comes in and takes things to the next level. If you’re looking for a track that will get you moving, look no further than “Endless.”

“Sleep Deprivation” by Pfirter

“Sleep Deprivation” is a dark and atmospheric techno track by Argentine producer Pfirter. The track builds slowly, with a deep and hypnotic bassline that drives the energy of the track forward. The percussion is sparse and minimal, leaving plenty of room for the dark, distorted synths to create an eerie and unsettling atmosphere. This is a perfect track for late-night listening, or for any time you want to explore the darker side of techno.

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