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Paul´s “into the blue” Edit to Ralf Hildenbeutel´s “beyond” now free downloadable here:

Paul Brcic 20 years of producing

20 tracks looking into future and retrospect, check it out here:

review in faze mag:

tomorrow, today, yesterday

preview to paul´s 8th techno lonplayer release march 2016

LP´s:

Surftronic, Venex, Memory, Rundfahrt (Taksi), Live, Me Myself&Live, Beijing Rock… upcoming 11.3.2016: tomorrow, Today, Yesterday

NEW! A.K.I. Project

paul´s passion for trip hop production is unbroken

we proudly present the follow up…

to the successful single on Flash Recordings few month ago. This time boss& brcic teamed up for a release on rootknox. The tide ep is the result of pure analogue studio work…check it out!

fresh!

Paul Brcic teamed up with Ingo Boss from Cocoon to form deeply grooving summerish blends of atmospheric Techno. Released on Florian Meindl´s imprint Flash Recordings

Puresque´s back!

be sure you don´t miss the upcoming triology…

it´s techno time again on rootknox. after their lp debut “leitmotiv” with remixes by the black dog, cari lekebush and terrence fixmer puresque comes along with their dark temple lp. medilllin meets frankfurt, michael kunz meets paul brcic.

release 15th of april, 15th of may & 15th of june.

Lost Tape Vol.2

these tracks came into being same time paul produced the record “twirl” / “under” for ostgut ton…

Rootknox 24 `Money´

money, money, was recorded in may 1976 by swedish pop group ABBA. 1976, also the year paul brtschitsch was born. Propably one of many reasons he always had a special relation to the song ever since. almost 40 years later he felt like editing a club version out of it suiting the Song into his techno & house sets. with a wink to the actual development of the high payed elite dj league… take a closer Look, listen and you will recognize it is raining while the chorus say “must be sunny”…

beatport 10th anniversary compilation

our choices out of the label catalogue:

Rootknox 22 "lost tape" vol.1

rootknox loves releasing trioligies. here´s the next one:

Britschmalro releases their debut lp on rootknox // Rootvd008

foto: oliver bartels

Not only this is the enhancement of the wooden vinyl series in its ultimate manufacturing developed perfection, also the release comes along with an own wine made by young vine dresser Martin Ladach located in the famous wine area city of Hochheim am Rhein. Tasty! - Wine& music have one thing in common…guess what?

Neal White´s Zeitraffer EP on Rootknox…

is just released. feel free to honor this amazing piece of tech house music and support it right here:

same to us!

we always receive amazing feedback for the music we´re giving famous djs for free. see below

source: http://www.5chicago.com/features/the-problem-with-digital-music/index.html

rootknox meets boshke beats // "diez y siete" out by today!

Rootknox welcomes Triangle Eyes! - Their target is to create an ultimate Techno live act based on 100% analogue modular synthesis.They Come to hypnotize you. Knowing each other for almost 20 years, Konstantin, Misha and Alex decided to join their forces together in early 2011, backed up with each individual experience and knowledge of electronic music history, production and performance. They share their own “trianglized” vision with a wide audience of electronic music lovers and keep it as much live as possible in order to give to each individual show an unique, unrepeatable and original feeling…“Diez y Siete” is an outstanding epic Techno Track Paul discovered during a Set of Triangle Eyes Member Alex Tolstey at a club both played together in Istanbul. No doubt, it was time for another Boshke-Rootknox collaboration.

ANALOGUE MUSIC FOR ANALOGUE PEOPLE!

70 Vinyls to our puresque label debut, exclusivley handpainted by the Artisgroup Vage

distributed by: http://www.spacehall.de/

Remixes to Paul Brcic´ Beijing Rock

early support by laurent garnier, ken ishi, ben sims, o. huntemann, carl cox, adam beyer, joel mull, tiefschwarz and many more

get it here http://www.beatport.com/release/beijing-rock-remixes/1066451

New DJ Mix Online

Studio Time

Interview@Faze TV

in memory of the 90s

brcic´s re-edit of “vapour space”

Paul Bric Live@ StudiorTV

recording of a Brcic “handmade” exlusive liveset at StudiorTV - Laptop free & improvised

http://www.studior.tv/shows/paul-brtschitsch/

Review in DJ MAG / Nov. 2012

“Auf Peking Rock, dem siebten Soloalbum von Paul Brcic (bisher Brtschitsch), setzt Paul auf eine facettenreiche Sound Explosion. Das Album Beijing Rock ist eine ins feinste technische ausgearbeitete Detail Produktion mit organischen, lebendigen, erfrischenden Sound. Die vier Tracks starke EP gefällt von der ersten bis zur letzten Maßnahme und wird garantiert auf Reisen durch einige Clubs gehen und für schweisstreibende Nächte sorgen. Der Frankfurter DJ Mr.Rod und Malte “Grow” unterstützen Paul in einem Titel der durch und durch gelungenen Scheibe.”

8.5 / 10

big in japan?

Album Review "Beijing Rock" Groove issue Sept./Oct.

“Me, Myself & Live”, erschienen vor gut zwei Jahren, war eines der besten Neo-House-Alben der ersten Dekade der Zweitausender, wurde aber sträflichst links liegen gelassen von Kritik und Publikum. Komplett unverständ- und unverzeihlich war das, und dieses Schicksal DARF “Bejing Rock” nicht auch wieder zuteil werden - daran müssen wir alle arbeiten, das muss uns Anliegen und Ehrensache sein. Auf “Bejing Rock” geht es nun teilsweise recht ravig zur Sache mit Breaks und schier endlosem Groovefeuerwerk wie in “Sneep”, teilweise knüpft das Album aber auch an der housigeren Seite von “Me, Myself & Live” an, wie im hittigen Titeltrack mit seinem offensiven, aber unpeinlichen ‘Orientalsample’. Und es wird sogar die viel zu vernachlässigte Hip-House-Tradition weitergepflegt mit coolem Rap und sexy Funk-Chords in “Funk The Limit”. Herausragend aber: Das supertrippige “Traumschiff” und das an Jim Morrison gemahnende “Rosengarten” mit locker-lässigem “Dabdadadadamm” Scatvocals und einer sich schier ewig immer weiter hochschraubenden Spannungspirale.“ read online: http://is.gd/3cjEIb

NEW Album coming soon!

For his 6th solo LP Brtschitsch turns into “Brcic”. The Lp *Beijing Rock* will be released september 7th.

dj Mag review to the wood vinyls

Das Label Rootknox zelebriert das Schwarze Gold mit fast sakraler Verehrung. Gepresst auf extra-schwerem Vinyl, limitiert auf 60 handnummerierte Exemplare und mit einem Label aus Echtholz versehen, hält man auch mit dem sechsten Release ein echtes Sammlerstück in den Händen. Nach Kooperationen mit Kollektiv Turmstrasse, Anja Schneider, John Selway, Martin Wörner, Rhauder, Mariano dc & Jesper Dahlbäck haben sich diesmal Mr. Rod und Paul Brtschitsch hinter den Reglern zusammengefunden. Die A-Seite gehört dem Track „Use it“, der solide Handwerkskunst ist. Der wahre Schatz verbirgt sich aber auf der B-Seite: Das Rework von Phonosynthese’s „Perfect World“ baut mit seinem langen Intro eine Ambient-artige Grundstimmung auf, die schon erahnen lässt, dass in wenigen Momenten eine echte Granate gezündet wird. Und so ist es dann auch: Der Beat setzt ein und zu ihm gesellt sich ein wohliges Kribbeln an den Armen – Gänsehaut! Brtschitsch & Mr. Rod haben es mit ihrem Rework geschafft, eine Waffe für alle Open Air-Dancefloors zu schmieden, die ihre Wirkung nicht verfehlen dürfte.

014 Perfect World

We´re proud to complete the second triology on rootknox. we´re looking back to 5 releases beeing thankful for the cooperation with following artist so far: kollektiv turmstrasse, anja schneider, john selway, martin wörner, rhauder, mariano dc & jesper dahlbäck!! Our sixth release is “looking for the “perfect world”. 60 handmade vinyl copies with real wooden labels. back to the rootknox! soon on decks…

New vIdeo/ New Album

paul just finished the work on his six solo album. preview track on youtube

http://is.gd/hxVvQT

Brommage Dub the "black"re-press

regarding many requests to our limited brommage dub release we finally deceided to come along with another 200 copies… “the black re-press”! we´re close to enter top 10 in the decks charts, thanks to all supporters!!

Paul meets Fabric @ Ritter Butzke July 3rd 2010

Paul invites the 'whetyourself' dj team of the famous Fabric club in London to Berlin's Ritter Butzke. enjoy!

Doriana Review in IDJ Mag

Paul Brtschitsch gets 8/10 for his third single from the album 'Me, Myself & Live'. Featuring remixes from John Selway and Patrick Cambell.

Vinyl 03 "Live" incl. John Selway Remix

After some touch ups in the Studio back in Germany, in total it took him nearly 8 weeks to finalize this title. In times where thousands of tracks are released weekly, Paul prefers to spend even more time. “I hope John still talks to me” so Paul, since he was asking him to edit his remix arrangement several times. Finally he is very content with the results, the “timeless, nearly jazzy sounding” remix version of P.Campbell and John´s brilliant soundscapes with this amazing deep groove…it´s a Rootknox!”