limited edition remastered 12” reissue, it contains the extended versions of “let’s go” and “mustang” from sandwich one of the most obscure project from the small independent italian label tank records, very rare and in demand ... some used copies reached about 500 euros!
originally released on cassette and vinyl and extremely rare, released under the naffi sandwich and naffi monikers, the tracks have been compiled here, along with two previously unissued pieces and three previously unissued full-length versions, as hoochie pooch/space alligator and are presented for your listening pleasure in lp vinyl and cd formats, with the cd feat two bonus tracks. this release is a vital companion piece to dya hear me!, the two releases together providing the yin-yang dichotomy essential to full comprehension of the naffi sandwich circle.
battle twig ist ein analoges biest, das auf dem boden herumkriecht, verstecken spielt, hier und da verharrt und sich durch das aufeinandentreffen verschiedener sounds dynamisch verändert. na, angst gekriegt ?
the third album by blundetto, the man behind french radio station radio nova. for this fourth album, he’s back to the roots of his music : the reggae. . an album focus on jamaicans music, roots or digital, with legendary singers as ken boothe, cornell campbell, little harry and some close friends as biga ranx or jahadan blakkamoore. produced by blackjoy. why this title? slow dance? that’s a musical movment in the north of brazil. all the reggae soundsystem are slowering the tempo of the songs and the crowd is dancing in couple. closely. blundetto is one of the most played of this new musical movement.
i try to perform as honestly as possible — the soundbite borrowed from late dancer dudley williams for this record s second track could have been uttered by the mole himself. it s this candor that has allowed us to bear witness to a very marked and very audible transition from his days as a producer in montreal to becoming a part of the berlin scene. and what we have here is one result of that very explicit sonic metamorphosis. de la planet is our dyslexic subject s third studio album, one that stays true to his ethos of weird above all in the best possible sense. and yet it feels like something distinctly new. tapping his enormous reservoir of vinyl and sampling the odd film have acted as complement to the jaw-dropping arsenal of synthesizers at de la plante s disposal—a battery of machines he s been quietly improving his skills on during the past few years. or not so quietly, perhaps. the man himself would probably say -i m coming out of the woodshed-, and go off on a tangent about sonny rollins and his saint of a wife. but that s a story for another sheet.
still reeking from the filth of the tv studio, tabloid mongering and howls of blasphemy from the old guard, dj seinfeld is proving to be a hardened veteran of the circuit. a new anti-hero for a humourless and devoid internet age kicking against the hollywood reptiles. ‘ruff hysteria’ is the sounds from the cutting room floor deemed too unsavoury for public consumption. it’s the grind of acid in the hotel lobby and the incessant pulse of a walkman tucked into a tuxedo pocket oozing it’s way into the central nervous system. it’s four tracks abandoned by the mainstream studios picked up by the grotty b-movie generation. the losers, the freaks, gore heads. bare bones tackle for the floor and analogue anthems for the disenchanted.
kaum jemand ist zurzeit so gefragt wie manik. kein wunder, hat der new yorker dj und produzent die house-szene mit seinem dynamisch versatilen style in den letzten jahren mächtig aufgemischt. sowohl als teil von josh winks ovum recordings, als auch seine maxis auf poker flat oder hot creations zeigen, dass maniks grooves nicht nur von catchy melodien leben nonchalant verbindet der amerikaner instrumental breaks seiner hip hop wurzeln mit jacking house und detroit beats. mit seiner ny2la ep debütiert er nun auf bpitch control.
soul jazz records new deutsche electronische musik 2 is our second voyage into the world of german electronic music from the 1970s and early 1980s. this two volumes of double vinyl (with over 2 ½ hours of amazing music!) features a stunning line-up of seminal german groups: can, faust, popul vuh, neu, cluster, amon duul ii, la dusseldorf, as well as a host of lesser known and more obscure groups and artists such as agitation free, broselmachine, niagara and many more!
doc daneeka just got a new pair of shoes. in his infinite wisdom, he decided to release an ep of brand new music to go with his shiny new daps ? so here it is! the television ep is a four-song release that finds the tunesmith continuing work on his strain of post-garage, which includes a collaborative song with one-fourth of production outfit c.r.s.t., fellow welshman rodski.
new signing on players paradise from hamburg city, two producers who are up and coming in the scene and ready to take over with this mental banger. first one is tensnake who runs his own label mirau musik out of his hometown and got a lot of attention recently by remixing >junior boys<. his partner is suite 9 aka d.i.m. who made some great records on tigas turbo label and had a big hit with >airbus baby< and his cool remix for chromeos last single >fancy footwork<. on the remix job this time our favourite man out of cologne, steve barnes aka cosmic sandwich. he transforms the original into a spaced out 90s house track with his typical driving groove that he developed over the last years in his great releases on traum and my best friend.
during the 90s, the nation descended on a sound that provided us with some of the biggest names in dance music - but big beat was much more than just a sound - it was a platform where names such as fatboy slim, the prodigy, groove armada, basement jaxx, armand van helden amongst others firmly established themselves on the global stage.to celebrate ministry of sound have put together a huge 2cd collection featuring an awesome selection of your favourite classics from the 90s plus some gems you forgot even existed. take yourself back to the golden era when anthems such as wildhcild renegade master, mr oizo flat beat, run dmc v jason nevins its like that were flying high in the charts and causing havoc in the clubs.from heavy break beats to synthesizer-generated loops, bass-fuelled house to electro funk! ministry of sound presents big beat anthems!