Tag: Hiroshi Watanabe

Premiere: I-Robots - Brother Man (Hiroshi Watanabe Kaito Instrumental Remix)

Hiroshi Watanabe aka Kaito, an acclaimed Kompakt and Transmat artist, makes succulent techno with ambient atmospheres. Here, his brilliant version of I-Robot‘s ‘Brother Man’ is exactly that. With cosmic chords and slippery rubber beats carrying you away into the night, the track elevates listeners to another level over its epic length. The track comes of the latest Opilec Music’s eclectic remix series, this time tackling a single from label its label bosses 2008 album, “Law of Robotics”. The package also features an interpretation from Israeli duo of the moment Red Axes. “Brother Man (Rouge Cover remixes)” is available 11 September ... Read more

Premiere: Hiroshi Watanabe – Soul Transitions (Original Mix)

Derrick May’s seminal Transmat imprint is back for its 30th anniversary, releasing 3 new artists. First in line is Japanese artist Hiroshi Watanabe, aka Kaito, whose Multiverse EP is picking up the classic Motorcity sound and giving it an incredibly tasty 21st century spin. Premiering here exclusively is our favourite cut of the four-tracker: Soul Transitions.  Hiroshi Watanabe is a producer and DJ who has spun at New York clubs Twilo and Tunnel & Speed, along with having held a residency at Save the Robots. As Kaito, Watanabe has produced tracks, which Cologne’s Kompakt label has dubbed nu-trance. Combining early ‘90s ... Read more