Lektroluv - Sampler



ONELOVE is proud to present the music of LEKTROLUV !  Headed by the eclectic genius of the mysterious masked DR. LEKTROLUVLEKTROLUV REC has produced bangers by some of the most sought after dancefloor mayhem makers MIGHTYFOOLS, HIGHBLOO, SOUNDS OF STEREO, PARTYHARDERS, VNNR, AZZIDO DA BASS, THE SUBS, HEY TODAY! BOEMKLATSCH and GTRONIC and is continually adding to its roster with the freshest talent emerging on the future techno scene, including MUMBAI SCIENCE, MR. MAGNETIK, JOHN ROMAN, MODEK, ATTAQUE and JUNIOR.


This sampler is an introduction to recent sounds from LEKTROLUV!!

With fans already in DIGITALISM and MUSTARD PIMP and having nailed remixes for BLOODY BEETROOTS, BOOKASHADE, and the new LADYHAWKE single, JUNIOR brings big melodies and banging rhythms with his “DESTROY DISCO”.

MODEK has been making massive waves and big name fans (BOYSNOIZE, FAKE BLOOD) for the last year and follows his first EP as part of the LEKTROLUV roster with “THE BRINK EP”.

Recently appearing on BRODINSKI’s Fabriclive 60 compilation, JOHN ROMAN has found track support from EROL ALKAN to CONGOROCK to SINDEN to SKRILLEX! Sample heavy, raw and completely dance-able ROMAN commands his music like a veteran househead!

One of the key artists on PROXY’s Russian MAKO label, POLYMORPHIC demands attention with “CHICKS LOVE THE CAR“ with remix attention from GTRONIC.

MUMBAI SCIENCE have become banger overlords after their hits ANCOVA, GOLD, and LOTUS became permanent fixtures of every heavy weights major festival & club set of the last year (2MANYDJS, CROOKERS etc.) and their track “ALCHEMY” continues the story of their massive rise!

Watch for releases coming from the engaging MR NÔ, MIGHTYFOOLS, ATTAQUE, new MUMBAI SCIENCE (with remixes from HARVARD BASS and SHINICHI OSAWA) and BORIS DLUGOSCH (following up his massive hit “BANGKOK” with remixes by ETIENNE DE CRECY and VNNR) and of course the next instalment of the masssssively world famous I LOVE TECHNO compilation series, mixed by an absolute giant of the scene (shhhhh!)


CompilationsFrank Cotela