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fresh from his boiler room debut in madrid last month. the swiss dj and producer andrea oliva makes his debut on hot creations with we trust. having built a solid reputation through relentless touring and a string of impressive releases. olivia delivers two original cuts showcasing his skillful production. the driving and incredibly infectious title track we trust uses all of the techniques required for a club classic a looping vocal layered over charged drums. culminating in a fearless breakdown. on the reverse. soho nights delivers a hook so catchy its a certified ibiza classic in the making. olivas journey began at a young age. educating himself in record shops and eventually teaming up with nordstern founder. agi isaku. hosting the successful banditz parties throughout switzerland. a firm favourite in the ibiza scene. olivas remix of luciano’s rise of angels on cadenza catapulted him into the global spotlight and releases on moonharbour. desolat. objektivity and cuttin headz soon followed.
in the final chapter of the theory of flo story. we ve enlisted the services of the mighty dj sotofett to remix the closing track for mihaly . and what a job he s done! dark. weird and percussive -just how we like it. we also include brand new versions featuring occasional live drummer. laurie pitt and a reprise with poppy ackroyd. credits remixed & reproduced by dj sotofett at wania 1. guitar solo by jeks. synthesizers. percussion & programming by dj sotofett percussion & violin by laurie pitt and poppy ackroyd
NYAKO (AFRICANE 808 / MODIFIED MAN / DAISHO REMIXES)
12" Vinyl UK11.07.17
nyako is our 7th vinyl release here at otc and it s a big one. south african producer behr created nyako together with makadem during a santuri safari session at sondeka festival in kenya. the e.p is 4 cuts that build in brilliance from the original which has extremely broad appeal. indian producer daisho delivers a straight ahead 4 x 4 house groover. south-london production duo modified man swing their analogue machines into action for a heady synth adventure. which is just a bit broken. berlin-based duo of dirk leyers and dj nomad (hans reuschl) are the ideal pairing to merge technology and tradition together as africaine808 bring up the rear with a balearic sensation to round off the ep. makadem is a talented musician and vibrant performing artist from kenya. he s a figurehead of the benga scene in nairobi. his stage presence and powerful vocal delivery. had him likened to the legendary fela kuti. makadem innovates by bringing traditional african instrumentation. story telling and contemporary production methods together.
london head aroop roy takes on brazilian rhythms for the 4th time on gamm and its quite possibly the best one yet. the working formula. simple but yet very well crafted to work both in clubs and for home listening. first off we get -flecha de foga- that uses a rare nazare pereira samba track as the foundation but with loads of added chords. beats and production details. on the flip todo mundo tem amor marries a driving analogue bassline to an amped up version of another sul americano classic - blazing !
the in-demand duo chaos in the cbd is back on mule musiq with another breath-taking ep. this time the new zealand natives present different atmospheric spheres. the a-side tune comfort zone is a slow house burner enlarged with bird sounds. flute melodies and super warm bass power. on the opposite. their track educate the hear marries dub atmospheres and four-to-the-floor grooves. without giving up the hotness that dub music got to offer. their third tune pressure brings in. what is always needed in a club: funk that shakes the booty. and this wrapped in a gentle house track that stays calm while spreading hard to resist dance emo-tions. a heartfelt produced ep with three kind heavy hitters that come around for good