burnski makes a return home to his own constant sound imprint for the first time since his changes ep back in september of 2015. 007 in the release catalogue sees a monumental step for both label and producer as it brings with it his first full-length offering. dna opens out across 9 neatly reduced dance tracks that demonstrate the unremitting talents of a producer with over 11 years experience in releasing records.
CHANGES (KRIS WADSWORTH & DEADBEAT RMXS) (180 G VINYL)
12" Vinyl, 180 g UK29.09.15
tip! riding high on the success of a second release that introduced a-scott & chad to the constant sound fold, the third instalment finds burnski back in the saddle to offer up changes, getting into a more techno-oriented frame of mind without losing that warmth and playful sensibility he has made his own over the years.
YOUR LOVE (INCL TRUS ME & STEVE O SULLIVAN RMX)(180 G VINYL)
12" Vinyl, 180 g UK20.04.15
active as a record releasing producer for a decade, james burnski burnham has credits for a wide variety of labels in his discography, gracing everyone from boe to hot creations. constant sound is a new label from the man, set up with jon woodall, burnski s production partner as constant. music from cab drivers, kris wadsworth, a scott, and richard rowell is promised over the coming months but it s a solo record from burnski that kicks matters off with your love. a collaboration with vocalist beckford, -your love- is one of those insistent, driving house cuts with dashes of acid to it and it s complemented by remixes from prime numbers man trus me and mosaic boss steve o sullivan who take the cut in markedly different directions. a solid start for constant sound! other releases by burnski burnski changes (12-) constant sound forthcoming other releases on constant sound a scott & chad mrs j (12inch) constant sound forthcoming burnski changes (12-) constant sound forthcoming what do you think of this release? write a review in the facebook comments box below: what do you think of this release? tell us what you think in the facebook comments box below: burnski - your love (incl. trus me & steve o sullivan remixes) burnski - your love (incl. trus me & steve o sullivan remixes)
manik makes his fourth release on culprit, making him (along with lee foss) the labels true resident producer. alongside him burnski makes his full debut for culprit, having been responsible for one of the label s most memorable songs of 2012 his remix of subbans what i do.
two great friends, and exciting young talents, reunite for their second outing on real tone. the transatlantic partnership between leeds-born burnski and new yorks m a n i k has already produced one special creation – the dancefloor smash *you know what its like*. full of funk and relentless energy, the track was a great fusion of the contemporary styles of two well-respected producers.
saveds latest offering is a single from berlin based artist burnski. appearing for the first time on the label earlier in the year with his incredible take on harvey mckays *the fall*, the talented producer delivers *lost in the zoo*.
the track is a real house bomb with a jackin disco feel, set across an evolving bass line and flourishing voices. over on the flip is a remix from dynamic duo, the martinez bros. using the original elements and adding their own unique production including an equally addictive bass line and trippy elements, they create a first rate remix that seals the package off perfectly.
early djs supports and feedbacks by luciano, dubfire, damian lazarus, sasha, mike huckaby, shaun reeves, reboot, efdemin, deetron, dj deep.two young talents, brit-born twenty something burnski and native new yorker manik, join forces for real tone s latest dancefloor nugget, you know what its like.
james burnski burnham is one of the uks most prolific and talented house producers. having already contributed a run of beautifully created records to the dessous and poker flat catalogue, its time for his next elegantly crafted ep - >sometimes takes longer< on dessous.
wow! can this label get ay better? after three absolutely rocking releases, jamie jones & lee fosss stupendous new label hot creations, unleashes another absolute corker of an ep! burnski (20:20, poker flat, morris /audio) & robert james (hot creations) deliver an irresistible slice of heavenly house pie. the title track >malibu< is something very special indeed, an effervescent, super-groovy, disco-tinged, house hybrid, with detroit inspired chords and a hooky-as-hell vocal too boot! the flip side features another choice cut from the same stable, >perception<. hot as hell, and again so, so catchy youll dance yer socks off! finally jamie jones delivers a fantabulous remix of >malibu<, adding a sweet guitar lick, a new vocal, and a monster of a breakdown and bassline! again another sure fire winner from the hot creation crew. burnski has recently released >coming home< on 20:20, whilst robert james and jamie jones have recently remixed last years >summertime< anthem by jamie for release on crosstown rebels in the very near future. these tracks have all been proving a hit with this summer wit the more discerning jocks. a fantastic release from a great talent, on a label that is proving to be one of the hottest around this year!
one of the uk leading purveyors of funky, underground and cutting-edge house, burnski steps up to bat once again with >me and you< - his latest 12 inch for dessous. after recent outings under steve bugs poker flat imprint, as well as an amazing remix of gamal kabars >4 lally< on the new poker flat digital platform, our man continues his story with 2 up-front originals house cuts dripping with class.
trickling, throbbing and swirling around an excitable voodoo house percussion track, the haunting vocal snippets and midnight synth hooks of >me and you< combine and build to a veritable crescendo. understated, cool and collected, its a mature track that finds its roots firmly in the tech-tribal house patch, yet reaches out in the beyond with freaky, funky vibes throughout!
>the light< kicks off with a suitably burnsksi-esque groove, slowly unfolding into a jacking, bouncy and fresh classic houser. airy, playful and glistening with the morning sun of a new day, the track doesnt let go of the night however and makes for a real late-doors burner. no-nonsense quality house music for those who know.
supported by: loco dice, luciano, raresh, seth troxler, lauhaus, nick curly, monika kruse, matthias tanzmann, federico molinari, anja schneider, lee curtiss, ilario alicante, anthony collins, laurent garnier, mandy, mic newman, matt tolfrey, paul woolford, jimpster, slam
after the classically inspired, yet devilishly modern tech-house statements on his last e.p for dessous, comes this too-hot-to-trot release from uk young blood burnski. building on the solid, no-nonsense aesthetics of his previous work he presents his unique vision of today‘s club sound. quite the picture of current hybrid trends, between old vs new, ‚draw your sword‘ infuses classic chicago jackin‘ beats with a soaring, building anthemic hook. the track builds insistently with a tough, pushing house flavour yet reminds us not to get too carried with a tense and teasing breakdown structure. smart stuff that‘ll have you reaching for the rafters, in a moment of freshly spun dance music euphoria. ‚sleep‘, on the flip side maintains burnski‘s clear love of the deep, jacking grooves of our american cousins, painting a vivid and bold picture of modern, teched-up soulful house music. an irresistible nu-jazz-house riff slides between the silkily sharp drum accents, building throughout and once again providing the dancefloor with some serious moments of tension and joyous resolve.
steve bug: >killer ep! maybe the best morris audio so far! 100.000 % support!< also big with: martin landsky, lee jones, kiki, stacy pullen, claude van stroke, agnes, afrilounge, simon baker, akufen, federico molinari ...
hammered by steve bug, ralph lawson, simon baker, mike shannon, tommy four seven, phonogenic, so strong! after a fab 3 track ep on 2020 vision in the last couple of months, burnski is back with his second ep on morris audio. >skip tha< is a great peace of house music, which sounds great in either the warm up or grave yard slot of the night. with smooth melodys, funky bassline and a great groove, is has everything to get people jackin! on the flip comes a awesome remix from slg (trapez, channels records), who speeds up the pace and gets things moving with his trademark tricky patterns. a absoloute must have record for two artists causing alot of hype at the minute - this record shows why!
burnski is back with another hot release. the 20 year old lad from the north of england is pressing all the right buttons here. 3 tracks all with their own individual unique burnski twist. (and yes at only 20 !!!) he is make very mature music for his age. played by: tim paris, funk d void, sebo k, ewan pearson, james flavour, andy weatherall etc…
surely one of the most famous song that franck produced in his entire career.. the combination between him and mandel turner (naturally born in usa) was explosive the day they created this songin avery naive and uncalculated way .it all started from a beat on a mpc with a minimal hook and a bassline.. franck called his long time friend mandel turner to join him in his studio and explained him that the idea was not to do a classic garage song but to make it in a modern way. the result was to work on a strong chorus without verses etc .that we can found on every classic songs. we gived a demo track to appolonia guys wich were in ibiza starting their new residency at dc10 and it has been played the whole summer and all clubbers in ibiza knew this song and became a underground hit when it came out.. franck asked to his close friends (seuil etc..) and producers to give another interpretation of this song because he knew that his friends loved already this song.. so they gave to this song a new life few month later after the success of the original release. today we got ion one wax different versions of this song for different time to be played and different audiences.
although only a few months have passed since constant sound was first minted, the label run by burnski and jon woodall is now ready to unleash its fourth ep. entitled raw moments, it features a hot original by paolo rocco and is backed with accomplished remixes from the legendary nail as well as boss man burnski.
italian duo alex neri & federico grazzini are next up on steve lawlers viva imprint to deliver three versions of desert rose, complemented with a deeper nyc mix from uk northern talent burnski who brings his signature groove to the release.
hot creations, the hottest electronic dance label right now who have two sold out showcases at brixton academy in april, celebrate three years of dancefloor dominance with a compilation of the labels highlights.