Exclusive 3.1 mix series launches...

In the run up to the release of 3.1 on October 2nd, Sonarpilot Audio has asked some of the up and coming producers featured on the album to produce a series of specially crafted DJ mixes. Showcasing their individual sound and vibe, the mixes also feature their specific remix from the album. We launch the series with a mix from Claytec aka Clayton Dunsford from London, taking us on a deep and techy one hour ride through his DJ box... enjoy! 

3.1 DJ MIX SERIES - #1 CLAYTEC by Sonarpilot Audio on Mixcloud



3.1 remix album coming soon...

Hot on the heels of the 3.0 album, released last December - this is 3.1 - the remixes. 3.1 brings you eight original Sonarpilot productions remixed and reimagined by a hand picked group of up and coming electronic artists from around the world - many of whom are seeing their music released to the public officially for the first time.This is music for headphones as much as the dancefloor, reflecting a wide spectrum of influences, from deep and tech house, to bass music and back again.

The album opens with a deep, reduced, almost minimal remix of 'Ghosts' by Latvian producer Numar. Claytec, a regular DJ at underground techno parties and daytime festivals in and around London, continues the journey into the the deeper end of house and into bass music with his version of 'Cold Shuffle'.

L.A. based producer Tamahori contributes a remix of 'One Ten' that shows his love for the Juke and Footwork sound. Berlin resident Fna, brings the funk back into 4/4 with his remix of 'Orbiter' - an album cut that will please fans of Jazzanova and Lay-Far. With his version of 'Machine' Matthias Siebert shows what he has learned as an Ibiza-based DJ with a residency at Sankeys.

Alongside the new names, Sonarpilot himself re-visits 'Is This My House' - one of the standout tracks from 3.0. The remix is deep and dark, moving from mood to mood over an impressive 10 minutes. Sonarpilot label boss Jonny Miller brings the broken beat to the table once more with his new version of 'Ship Of Clay' and in a collaboration the two friends Miller and Sonarpilot complete the album with a lush afro-house version of 'Calle Verde'.


3.1 will be released 2nd October 2015 on Sonarpilot Audio



Snakes & Ladders hits the Radio and club DJs

Something brand new from Sonarpilot hits the online stores as we move into March 2015 - A brand new track 'Snakes & Ladders' remixed and reworked by some of the finest underground producers from around the world. Radio play has come from the big guns of the global electronic podcast scene, US Deep house mainstay Lars Behrenroth featured Snakes & Ladders on his massively popular 'Deeper Shades Of House', London's Mucho Soul once more show some love for our releases and Jay Scarlet from from the legendary Beat Dimensionsfeatured the track on his long running 'Sounds Supreme' Show.

"Sonarpilot going from strength to strength, very diverse. Love it!" - ATJAZZ (UK)

"I'm digging this!" - NICK HOLDER (DNH RECORDS)

We've had good feedback from our DJs, keen to spin tracks off the EP on their respective dance floors. Support has come from Djeff Afrozilla, Kid Fonque, D-Malice, Jullian Gomes, Lemon Herb and many more...

 Snakes & Ladders EP is OUT NOW and available to buy from all leading digital stores including...











Some choice DJ feedback on the release of 3.0...


“LOVING THIS! Ace album thankyou so much for sharing. Looking to play 'Cold Shuffle' or 'Is This My House' my show this weekend” Nemone (BBC Radio 6 Music)

"Love how Cold Shuffle progresses..." LTJ Bukem

"Excellent stuff..." Horse Meat Disco

“Definitely leaning towards the more chilled house cuts here, and shimmering is quite an apt description, the simplicity of the sounds, the prominence of the synths” Leigh Morgan (Urban Torque)

“Blurring the lines between deep and the techier end of house - 'Is This My House' with it's not to late 80's early 90's house is a pure winner.” Altern8, UK

“Love the deeper, laid back vibe across the LP, especially on Orbiter and Calle Verde, though the more beat-heavy closer is awesome!” Sam Hopkins (Accuradio)

“WOW. Out of nowhere a great LP. All killer no filler. Essential listening.” Paul C (Back2BackFM)

"Lovely, really digging this" Robbie Akbal (Get Physical)

“Excellent LP, keep taking me to Deep Space SP!” Neil Quigley (REfINE)

“Deep and mature with quality pouring in all directions” Wannabeats (Pop Lock, Tel Aviv)

"Beautiful album with melodic and deep tracks, not too close to the 4X4 formula" Klaus Fiehe (1Live)

“Great album. Proper underground tunes. “Orbiter” was a stand out track for me.” Anthony Pappa

“This entire collection is fantastic, pool side vibes to deep house. 5/5” James Ward (Source FM)

“This is off the hook! Orbiter, Calle Verde are real highlights” Stamp The Wax, UK

“So consistent, one of my fav producers” Yusuf Sebaiti

"Nice collection of stripped back deep grooves. Will sound great during twilight hours at Cafe Mambo”  Montero, (Cafe Mambo, Ibiza)

“Really digging all the music coming from Sonarpilot..will love to play it!” AFFKT

3.0 by Sonarpilot is out now and available from Beatport, iTunes and all digital music stores. Search Sonarpilot on Spotify and all streaming services





The brand new Sonarpilot album 3.0 is released today, eight tracks of quality underground deep/tech house from the Sonarpilot Audio master... 

Available from iTUNES, BEATPORT, JUNO DOWNLOAD, TRAXSOURCE, DJ TUNES and all other major digital music stores

For his third album, simply titled 3.0, producer Michael Moppert, a.k.a. Sonarpilot presents a stripped back, eight track collection of brand new deep/tech house.

From the synth driven opener, the Joy Orbison-esque Ghosts to cuts like Cold Shuffle, Calle Verde and Is It My House, Sonarpilot provides us with his trademark techy stabs, revolving basslines, lush textures and strong melodies.

3.0 picks up speed with Orbiter, a track with shimmering, reversed keys and a infectious, rolling techno groove fans of Kirk Degiorgio would likely check for. Ship Of Clay touches down in Detroit with emotional strings and washing hi hats before finally landing in Africa with rural chants and echoy, tribal tones. After the relaxed interlude of One Ten the album finishes with Machine, rhythmically stark and with a definite nod to Kraftwerk, the track leads out with rolling dub breakbeats, deep subs,and moody, distorted dub effects.

“My first two albums - 'Mothership' and 'Radar' - were were both massive productions, double albums with running times of well over two hours” explains Michael... “3.0 is much more compact, straight to the point if you will. It feels like the quintessence of what I learned from my earlier productions and Martin 'Atjazz’ Iveson's slick mastering has added an extra tight, hypnotic edge”.