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New Techno Compilation by Teggno Records Available Now Exclusively on Beatport

Ft. Lauderdale-based record label Teggno has announced the release of

its first artist compilation this month. Teggno was founded in 2007 by

Lance Blaise a.k.a. Tattoo Detectives with the goal of putting out

"quality techno music for the 21st century" and has so far gained

support from some of the biggest DJ names in the world, including Paul

Van Dyk, Dubfire, and Carl Cox. The Bigger & Better compilation

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showcases 19 tracks by the label's roster of chart-topping techno

talents, including Patrick Lindsey, Steve Mulder and Carlo Lio, and is

already available on Beatport.com.

Click here to checkout a few select tracks from "Bigger & Better" on Teggno's Myspace music player.

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