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Booka Shade Drops a Remix of "Regenerate" and a Free Promo Mix

German tech-house sensations Booka Shade have always colored outside the lines, whether it's with their one-of-a-kind performances or the exquisite Get Physical output. They've also maintained a prolific pace over the years, releasing six albums to date, including 2010's critically acclaimed More!, a nuanced and evocative work that continues to push the boundaries of genre and electronic studio production.

This year's been big in other ways, too. Booka's headlined Belgium's I Love Techno Festival, Sonar Festival Barcelona, London's Lovebox Festival, Future Music Festival Australia, and recently done a full US tour.


Now the duo's put together a nifty remix package for "Regenerate," one of the standout tracks from More!, featuring some choice reworks by the likes of Kris Menace, Pan-Pot, Lazersonic & Zak Frost, and Popof. That last one can be found on this brand-new download, along with a whole slew of goodies selected and mixed by the Booka boys for your listening pleasure.



Booka Shade's DJ Mix, Full Tracklist

1. Ruede Hagelstein's "Emergency" (Souvenir)
2. James Talk's "Cola Bottle" (Get Physical)
3. Johannes Heil's "Freedom Of Heart" (Cocoon)
4. Boy 8 Bit's "From The Depths" (Turbo)
5. Booka Shade's "Teenage Spaceman" Booka In Space Mix (BS / Get Physical)
6. Miichal Ho & Marco Riederer's "Let Me Up!" (TFB)
7. Format:B's "Dog Tag" Sébastien Léger Remix (Formatik)
8. Solomun's "Sisi" (Leena)
9. Mason's "The Ridge" Klein & Jürgens Remix (Great Stuff)
10. Booka Shade's "Regenerate" Popof Remix (BS / Get Physical)
11. Good Guy Mikesh's "Spare" Mano Le Tough Remix (Ki)
12. Rodriguez Jr's "La Cavalcade" (Mobilee)
13. Toby Tobias's "Pinot Soiree" (Rekids)



Download: Booka Shade's DJ Mix

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