BEC Teases Forthcoming EP With ‘Be Here Now’

‘Be Here Now’ pays homage to the city’s lust for high BPM sets with its high-octane techno cut born from the influences of Berlin’s storied club culture.

A staunch contributor to the esteemed LA-born Factory 93 imprint, BEC’s latest offering follows her 2023 EPs ‘Phantasy’ and ‘Stereoscopic,’ both of which received an outpouring of love from across the international techno community.

Continuing her rich vein of form with another underground gem to add to her ever-flourishing catalog, one of techno’s dynamic talents has returned to her staple home of Factory 93 with the release of the first single, ‘Be Here Now,’ which forms part of her forthcoming EP.

BEC – ‘Be Here Now’

‘Be Here Now’ pays homage to Berlin’s lust for high BPM sets. Seamlessly blending old-school rave-ready synth work with modern production values, BEC curates a heady web of percussive intricacies that drive the rhythm forward.

The single lends itself impeccably to those after-hours moments, bolstered by its beckoning vocal line and BEC’s soft melodic nuances. ‘Be Here Now’ is a testament to BEC’s mastery of the genre and her ability to transport audiences to sonic bliss, both on and off the dancefloor.

Renowned for her rapid ascent in the techno realm, BEC’s journey from obscurity to acclaim has been paved with passion, tenacity and, above all else, innate talent. With an impressive portfolio of releases on many of the industry’s leading labels, including Trip, ARTCORE, Filth On Acid and Drumcode, to name a few, BEC has well and truly solidified her position as one of the genre’s brightest stars.

Aside from gracing Beatport’s top charting territories, BEC has enjoyed equal success behind the decks. Playing everywhere from Burning Man to Tobacco Dock and Warehouse Project, she has enjoyed standout solo shows across Europe, Asia, Australia and Africa, and now she looks ahead to her performance at EDC Las Vegas in May.

BEC – Be Here Now is out now via Factory 93

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