German DJ/producer Alyne’s return to Solee’s Parquet Recordings sees her deliver two acid-influenced melodic techno tracks showcasing melodies, stabs, swirling acid lines, breakdowns and arrangements. Early supporters include Nicole Moudaber, Fideles, Lane 8, Jiggler, Luke Brancaccio, D-Formation, Andy Bros, Chicola, Sonic Union, Ran Salman and Matan Caspi, showing that her style is possibly pressing all the right buttons for a wide-variety of DJs.
With a background of classical piano lessons in her youth, Alyne brings a musicality into her productions. Her music and her DJ sets flow with freedom and creativity, moving between deep, melodic and epic moments whilst possibly blurring genre labelling from deep house to techno and every shade and nuance in-between.
It was after moving from a small town to the metropolis of Stuttgart and working behind the bar in a deep house club that Alyne became enthralled by the electronic music she encountered and was soon addicted to not only developing her own skills as a DJ, but also fostered her innate talent to create and produce her own music.
As the direction of her dual passions unfolded, Alyne’s deep and melodic DJ sets were listened to by audiences in the underground clubs of her home city, and at the height of the summer in 2016 she released her first ever EP on Parquet Recordings, ‘Ni Kuanza / Vicissitude’.
The following year she collaborated with Solee to create ‘Neosensual’, a track with melody, which appeared alongside her solo production ‘Village People’. She further strengthened her position as a member of the Parquet family by DJing at almost every label showcase event, and the melodic techno of her ‘Lost Secret’/ ’Backspace’ double-header was a highlight of 2018. Her versatility also closed out the year with ‘Luftschloss’ / ‘Twomermaids’, a combination of both dark and melodic.
Founded by Solee in 2006, Parquet Recordings has grown to possibly become one of Germany’s most exciting labels, releasing its own brand of melodic techno, deep house and electronica.
It’s out 22 April.