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Jeton Records Radio Show: JRS158 TIMEKUBE

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The 158th episode of the Jeton Records Radio Show welcomes TIMEKUBE from California, USA.


Josh Fabian, known as TIMEKUBE , is an American Techno Producer/DJ from Los Angeles and San Salvador. Now based in the greater LA area, he’s emerging in the southern California electronic music scene. TIMEKUBE’s energetic, melodic, and dark productions draw from 90s and 2000s rave sounds, blending hip-hop, baroque, and cumbia influences. Supported by industry leaders like Spartaque and Amelie Lens, his music has gained notable local recognition.


Just before his debut EP “Beverly Pill$” out this month on Jeton, many thanks again to TIMEKUBE  for sending this exclusive mix for Jeton Records Radio Show. Enjoy!



1. TIMEKUBE – Rebirth [Operandi]

2. TIMEKUBE – WNTR [Operandi]

3. TIMEKUBE – U&I [Jeton]

4. TIMEKUBE – Mammoth [SayWhat?]

5. TIMEKUBE – Parizz (Luis Miranda Remix) [KneadedPains]

6. TIMEKUBE – BeverlyPill$ [Jeton]

7. TIMEKUBE – Tunnel [unreleased]

8. TIMEKUBE – Feeling$ [unreleased]

9. TIMEKUBE – Freaks [Kneaded Pains]

10. Bluer & Mb1 – ID

11. Bleur & Mb1 – ID

12. Bruce Zalcer – Bonedust Avenue [Kneaded Pains]

13. Ramon Tapia – ID 

14. TIMEKUBE – ReFORM [Kneaded Pains]

15. TIMEKUBE – Lust [Kneaded Pains]

16. William Arist – Mars Attacks [Truncate]

Jeton Records Radio Show: JRS157 Remco Beekwilder

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The 157th episode of the Jeton Records Radio Show welcomes Remco Beekwilder from Holland.

Remco Beekwilder , is a rising star in the Techno scene, known for his signature nostalgic but fast pace sound. He has quickly made his mark by performing at top clubs and events like Awakenings, Reaktor, Rotterdamse Rave, Soenda, Berghain, and Tresor.

In 2018, he founded the EMERALD label, pushing forward his vision of electronic music. His monumental “LSD” EP on Monnom Black showcased his diversity, with the title track reaching DJ Mag’s top 50 tracks of 2017. We have been lucky to host him in Istanbul at one of the Jeton Events back in 2019.

We are very pleased to have Remco Beekwilder back on Jeton, this month’s Jeton Records Radio Show with his set recorded live at De Samenzwering this year. Enjoy!

Jeton Records Radio Show: JRS156 MarAxe

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The 156th episode of the Jeton Records Radio Show welcomes MarAxe from Sweden.

Born and raised in the northern parts of Sweden, Markus Axelsson, also known as MarAxe, is one of the most productive producers in the techno scene right now. He has released more than 750 tracks since his debut on Naked Lunch in 2020. He got into acid house and the techno scene in the late ’80s, but it took him a while to produce his first track, which wasn’t released until 2020.

We recently had a great release from MarAxe on Jeton last March called “Hypnotism” EP, and it received excellent feedback from A-listers around the globe.

His catalog includes respected labels like Soma, Suara, and Dolma, among others.

We are very pleased to have MarAxe on this month’s Jeton Records Radio Show with his exclusive studio mix. Enjoy!

Jeton Records Radio Show: JRS155 Bedez

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155th episode of Jeton Records Radio Show welcomes Bedez  from Istanbul.

Bedirhan Özdiker known as Bedez, is one of the young talents of Jeton Records coming out from Istanbul. We discovered his music first back in 2022 with his track called “Kharon” featured at New Breed Compilation Volume VIII. Early this year he released “Resurgence” EP with RE-SET remix, got great feedback support from A-Listers  inc. Gary Beck, Ilario Alicante and Anthony Pappa. We are looking forward to release for music from Bedez in the upcoming months, again with his studio partner RE-SET. .

We hope you discover soon his music and please welcome his mix on this month’s Jeton Records Radio Show. Enjoy!

Jeton Records Radio Show: JRS154 DEAS

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154th episode of Jeton Records Radio Show welcomes DEAS from Poland.

Karol Mozgawa, known as Deas , is one of the most impressive artists of the Polish electronic music scene in recent years. He has been releasing music on: CLR, Dynamic Reflection, Planet Rhythm, Materia, Quartz and many more.

Other than festivals like Awakenings, Extrema, Dockyard, Audioriver, and Opener, DEAS regularly performs at top clubs, including E1 London, Melkweg, Compass, and Audio Geneva, igniting dance floors worldwide, from Latin America to the Far East of Asia.

With releases on respected labels such as Chris Liebing’s CLR and A R T S’s Planet Rhythm, his tracks are often tested on live audiences by A-listers in the techno scene, including Richie Hawtin, Adam Beyer, and Luke Slater.

We are very happy to host DEAS on this month’s Jeton Records Radio Show, with his live recording from Blitz Club Munich, Germany. Enjoy!

Jeton Records Radio Show: JRS152 Mark Reeve

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Welcome to the 152nd and the first episode of 2024 of the Jeton Records Radio Show ! This month, we’re excited to feature Mark Reeve .

Mark Reeve , a techno force hailing from England, made a significant move to Germany 15 years ago, seeking inspiration for his tough and uncompromising sound. Discovered by Sven Väth, he’s garnered respect with groundbreaking productions on renowned labels like Afterlife, Drumcode, Cocoon, and Soma. Mark’s collaboration with heavyweights like Tale of Us, Adam Beyer, and Pig&Dan has further solidified his influence.

Equally adept behind the decks and in the studio, Mark ‘s DJ sets are celebrated for their thrilling journey of hard-driving beats and intense melodies. His performances at iconic venues such as Awakenings Gashouder, Space Ibiza, Fabrik Madrid, and Rex Club have earned widespread acclaim. As part of his evolution, Mark established the SubVision record label, contributing to the advancement of electronic music.

We are very pleased to host Mark Reeve on this month’s Jeton Records Radio Show with his exclusive mix.


Jeton Records Radio Show: JRS151 Ramon Tapia

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Welcome to the 151th episode of the Jeton Records Radio Show ! This month, we are pleased to welcome Ramon Tapia .

Born and raised in Holland, Ramon Tapia ‘s journey into the techno realm mirrors the eclectic beats that shaped his youth. Immersed in the sounds of Michael Jackson, Quincy Jones, Kraftwerk, and Detroit techno pioneers, his musical foundation was enriched by the dance floor tales spun by his older sisters.

Relocating to Antwerp for studies, a part-time job in a record shop changed his trajectory. Teaming up with a colleague, he delved into production, crafting a tougher techno style. The late 2000s marked his emergence under the moniker Ramon Tapia , with releases on Herzblut, Craft, and Yellow Tail, defining a new school techno sound.

A pivotal moment came in 2010 when he mixed a compilation for Strictly Rhythm, propelling him onto the global stage. Subsequently, he found a home in renowned labels like Remote Area, 100% Pure, Intacto, Gem Records, Great Stuff, and Turbo, remixing tracks for industry stalwarts.

In 2012, he founded Say What? Recordings and Aella Music, channeling his Latin background and Dutch/Belgian heritage into a unique techno template. Ramon Tapia remains a humble artist, driven by a passion to rock dancefloors and let his music speak without hyperbole or ego.

We are very pleased to host Ramon Tapia on this month’s Jeton Records Radio Show with his exclusive mix.



Jeton Records Radio Show: JRS150 Ferhat Albayrak

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Welcome to the 150th episode of the Jeton Records Radio Show ! This month, we are pleased to welcome label-head Ferhat Albayrak .

Jeton Records Radio was launched in 2011, and it has now reached its 150th episode after 12 incredible years! We’ve had the privilege of hosting an array of renowned DJs, including the likes of Carl Cox, Richie Hawtin, and Marco Carola, to name just a few.

Our show is broadcasted on 50+ radio stations worldwide, and for this special milestone episode, we’ve asked “label-head” Ferhat Albayrak to provide an exclusive mix.

He’s graciously shared his live-recorded mix from the Volkswagen Arena in September 2023, where he closed the set for Carl Cox.

We can’t express enough gratitude to all our supporters who have allowed us to air 150 episodes of this radio show! Your support means the world to us, and we look forward to celebrating more milestones with you in the future. We’ll continue to share our passion and bring you the best in Techno.


Jeton Records Radio Show: JRS149 DJ T-1000

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Welcome to the 149th episode of the Jeton Records Radio Show! This month, we’re thrilled to welcome the legendary Detroit DJ and producer, DJ T-1000 .

DJ T-1000, born Alan Oldham, is a renowned Detroit techno artist known for his contributions as a DJ, producer, and label-head. He initially worked as a graphic designer and comics illustrator before getting involved in Detroit’s electronic music scene through illustrating Transmat releases. His Fast Forward radio program on WDET evolved from industrial to techno, introducing many to the genre. In 1992, he joined Underground Resistance as a DJ and started his label, Generator. He later established Pure Sonik Records and gained recognition as one of Detroit’s top DJs. DJ T-1000 has released mix albums and produced music for labels like Tresor and Djax-Up-Beats, earning a reputation in the techno scene. His DJ name is inspired by a character from the film “Terminator 2: Judgment Day.”.

We’re proud to present a studio mix by DJ T-1000 on this month’s Jeton Records Radio Show.


Jeton Records Radio Show: JRS148 Hertz

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Welcome to the 148th episode of the Jeton Records Radio Show! This month, we’re thrilled to welcome the legendary Swedish DJ and producer, Hertz .

Pierre J, aka Hertz , is a true icon in the scene. With a career spanning over three decades, he’s behind labels like Sway, Hz Trax, and Q-Records, and he’s been dropping tracks since the early ’90s. In 2023, he’s back with a bang, releasing on top-notch labels like Tronic and Suara, rocketing up the Beatport charts.

We’re proud to present an exclusive studio mix by Hertz, specially crafted for us.




Jancen-Dub Tool 1

Hertz-Keep This Frequency Clear

Hertz Collision & Gene Richards Jr-Must Do It (Truncate Remix)


Nicolas Vogler-Suave

Hertz-Das Tech

Hertz-Freestyle Rhythm


Planetary Assault Systems-Rip The Cut (Dubfire Remix)

Polyvinyl-Different Angle (Hertz No Vocals Re-Edit)



The Miller-LIM

Hertz-Lucky 13 (Adam Beyer Remix)



Veztax & Becco-Becvez (A.Paul Remix)

DJ Dextro-Illusion Of Touch

Cleric x Azrael-Revival

Hertz-Box Head


Albert Zhirnov-Wooden Lessons

Hertz-Push The Throttle

Hertz-Rareworks (Mix 1)

Axel Karakasis-Reflective

Ramon Tapia & Gaston Zani-Friction

Mathys Lenne-Zone X

Hertz-Antidote (Dub Tool 018)

anti fatigue mats