upcoming release from todd osborn on jared wilsons 7777 label. the a-side track 303 explores some dark acid territory, while the b-side 909 is a melodic house track in osborns signature style. like previous 7777 releases, we do not expect these to last long.
four fresh jared wilson tracks on his own label 7777 in collaboration with glasgow s dixon avenue basement jams. 4 tracks influenced by acid, house, techno, roland, make noise, michigan and the great lakes.
it is an honor for 7777 to present its 13th release featuring dmx krew and yuri suzuki. side a brings you straight house attitude. b side strips it down and adds the acid. these songs are perfect for your record bag.
iíve been wanting to do a release from cliff lothar for some time. finally, i got him to send me some old electro tracks that i just took a liking too. very obvious with their influences. these tunes pay homage to rather than mime these traditions. todd osborn and i provided an acid dance mix to round out the release..Ē - jared wilson
for the 11th release 7777 presents the ghost miners remixes. for these remixes i offered each producer samples from different songs from the 2 ghost miners records. instead of doing straight forward remixes of a single song, i put forth the proposal for each artist to make their own version of a ghost miners song from scratch or using any samples they feel like. contributors include 3 of my favorite producers. 2 in demand artists, fit siegel and andreas gehm and one new comer, brian thrash. andreas gehm s version is a standard acid gehm gem. calling in the chords from the originals mixed with standard gehm acid brilliance. in fit siegel s version you ll find the perfect pure underground dance sound. featuring ray-7 on hand drums fit constructs a remix that combines elements of classic detroit and chicago sound while keeping the attitude and acid aesthetic of the original material. on the b side brian thrash, controlling his analogue arsenal, takes you on an epic acid journey traversing through the underground and space. thank you for your time. - jared wilson
todd osborn is back for a second round on jared wilsons 7777 label with some heavyweight cuts made for the club. the ep is a pastiche as only todd can do - looking towards garage, chicago, detroit, the future and the past. the record finishes off with an excellent acid remix from mrsk.
ltd 2014 repress !! jared wilson is keeping the acid alive in detroit. ghettoblaster is jareds second release on his label 7777. this love, is a slower deep track with haunting 303 bassllines and a a voice chanting this love. the title track, ghettoblaster is a jacking stomper for the floor. last two, is a very nice chicago influence acid beat track. our favorite is the intens this love with amazing 303 which sounds like aphex twin doing chicago house.
remember your first time at a rave? of course you donít. and if you do, you either did it wrong or youíre a liar. with the latest installment of the 7777 onslaught, jared wilson aims to remind you of a time you dont remember. this ep is a souvenir back in time. beyond the zero and beyond the one and back into the analog bringing back memories you never had and experiences you never felt. paris massacre is reminiscent of a time when function mattered more than form and fashion, when sound systems and no lighting took precedence over state of the art fashion shows and laptop djs. its not nostalgic by any stretch of the word, though. how can one be nostalgic for a time they cant recall? the flip of the record is the wonderful >scmocid<, a wonderful reexamination of what it means to work a 303 to near death.