JC Laurent ‘Protocol Zero’


A Hidden Recordings mainstay, JC Laurent’s once again combines his admiration and respect for Detroit’s gritty past with a modern touch that makes his techno / house sound all his own.

Previously on the label, he released “From Nice to Berlin” with a remix from the legendary Fred P. AKA Black Jazz Consortium as well as “Southside” with a remix from UK’s Tom Dicicco (The Corner, Run Out Run).

Handling important remix duties is Michigan native Myles Sergé. First introduced to techno in the late 80’s and described as a ‘Reclusive Perfectionist’, his haunting productions reflect influences from early Detroit / Chicago electronic music.


A1 Protocol Zero (Original) – Groove out the late-night dance-floor with pure love for Detroit filth and grime.

A2 Protocol Zero (Myles Serge Remix) – Powerfully minimalistic, percussive filled remix that ebbs and flows smoothly throughout.

B1 Comprised Sentence – High on energy and deep in rolling funk with warm atmosphere’s shining in at the perfect times.

B2 Deep Motivation – Grungy techno with slick drum programming and full on bass stabs to fill the appetite for sleaze.

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A1. Protocol Zero

A2. Protocol Zero (Myles Serge Remix)

B1. Comprised Sentence

B2. Deep Motivation


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