Tim Engelhardt
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Tim Engelhardt has a message for lovers of the underground styles of dance music and has sent it out to the world in the form of a fresh EP dubbed Transmission 27.


If you haven’t been paying attention to the sounds coming from melodic house and techno artist Tim Engelhardt already, then you definitely should start taking notice of his work. One of the brightest stars coming out of Germany, he has continued to level up his career with releases that show off both his creativity in the studio and stunning sound design as well.

Now, after releasing music on labels like Anjunadeep and Watergate Records this year, he’s gifted us all with another message before 2019 comes to a close in the form of Transmission 27. Featuring three original tunes and a remix of the title track by fellow rising star SHADED, this EP also marks the fourth release on imprint Desert Hearts Black that debuted earlier this year.

Related: Want to learn more about Desert Hearts Black? Check out our post from their debut this summer for more insight!

Each track on Transmission 27 highlights Engelhardt’s ability to produce soundscapes that are complex and easy to get swept away into while listening. Whether it’s the percussive, tribal-like elements on the title track, “A Thousand Moons” horns and driving bassline, or the deep, dark rhythm on “Solar Ray,” each track proves that he’s an artist who needs to be on your radar.

Take a listen to Transmission 27 on Spotify below, download the EP on Beatport, and let us know what you think of this release from Tim Engelhardt in the comments!

Stream Tim Engelhardt – Transmission 27 on Spotify:


Tim Engelhardt – Transmission 27 – Tracklist:

  1. Transmission 27
  2. A Thousand Moons
  3. Solar Ray
  4. Transmission 27 (SHADED Remix)

Tim Engelhardt Transmission 27


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