032 – Takaaki Itoh


  1. Simo Cell – Symmetry (Original Mix) [Wisdom Teeth]
  2. Ness – Together Lost (Original Mix) [The Gods Planet]
  3. Ulwhednar ‎– Modern Silver (Original Mix) [Northern Electronics]
  4. Leif – Shoulders Back (Original Mix) [Tio Series]
  5. Fred P. AKA Black Jazz Consortium – 6am (Original Mix) [Secretsundaze]
  6. Irazu – Shtamm (Regis Remix) Stale
  7. Matrixxman – Instigator (Original Mix) [Dekmantel]
  8. Svreca & Voices From The Lake – Circa (Original Mix) – Spazio Disponibile
  9. Peter Van Hoesen – Theoretical Terminal (Original Mix) – [Time To Express]
  10. Cassegrain – Vultures (Shifted Remix) [Arcing Seas]
  11. 400 PPM – Larsen C (Original Mix) [Avian]
  12. Ness – Psychotechnologies (Original Mix) [The Gods Planet]
  13. Planetary Assault Systems – Black Tea (Original Mix) [Ostgut Ton]
  14. Von Grall – End Of Borders (Original Mix) [Leyla Records]
  15. Ø [Phase] ‎- Behind The Sun (Re-Kon Dub) [Token Records]
  16. Claudio PRC – Nova (Original Mix) Semantica Records]
  17. Acronym – To Breathe Under Water (Original Mix) [Dimensional Exploration]
  18. ASC – Dissolve (Original Mix) [Fracture Label] ‎
  19. IORI – Birds (Original Mix) [Semantica Records]
  20. Vladw – 012324.92 (Original Mix) [Dynamic Reflection]
  21. Planetary Assault Systems – Angel Street (Original Mix) [Peacefrog Records]
  22. Takaaki Itoh – Monobehaviour (Original Mix) [BASSIANI]
  23. Neel – Vandal (Original Mix) [Northern Electronics]
  24. Lucy & Rrose – Chloroform (Original Mix) [Stroboscopic Artefacts]
  25. Shifted – Centipede (Original Mix) [Drifting Over]
  26. Sagat – Few Mysteries Solved In A Year Of Contact (Original Mix) [Vlek]
  27. Damon Wild – Opaque (Surgeon Remix) [Synewave New York]

Techno hit Japan hard in the early 1990s. Surprised, Takaaki Itoh was quickly impressed and intrigued with this new sound.
The unique style of beats revealed the gateway to a new world of underground music in Japan – something he had never heard before.
Surprise slowly gave way to addiction when Takaaki Itoh was exposed to the sounds of such artists and labels as Underground Resistance, Derrick May, Jeff Mills, Hardfloor, Sven Väth, Harthouse, Warp and Rising High.
This was his sound, and deciding he just couldn’t get enough of it, in 1994 Takaaki began to organize his own techno parties in his home of northern Japan.
By providing a fantastic lineup, his parties quickly became a success.
In 2000, Takaaki Itoh made his European debut in Slovakia. People recognized that he had his own style.
His Japanese style of Techno was pure, unique and underground – nothing that had been heard before in Europe. His reputation and popularity quickly spread all over the continent. He was becoming recognized as Japan’s most underground and respected techno DJ.
Promoters wanting him, party people loving him, Takaaki Itoh took the next step and started his own label Wols. Passion led to success and Takaaki became recognized as the top of the next generation of Techno music.
His demand is rapidly growing beyond his Asian and European roots, to places like South America, Australia, the US and Canada.


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