after the smashing c&s018 by tim paris & tekel c&s returns with some french cuisine, a new track by lullabad >main room<. lullabad is composed of dj lullabies from paris, already known for her two beautiful eps on missive music, and bad ced, member of infamous band dax riders. on the flip side we have been blessed by a wonderful remix from allmighty jay haze (tunning spork). this remix is to be played loud !! watch out for infra-basses
tekel and tim paris serve up a truly satisfying delicacy for your taste, >sakapuce< is a brutaly stomping piece of modern, sinister acid with big bollocks, crushing beats and a real crazy piano melody. yet this is almost a nursery rhyme compared to the tekel noise feast on the flipside. >pompier bon oieul< is a radical electro rocker with multiple stratas of ear-shattering distortions
after his release on silver network mr. jackson steps into the more electrified fields of house on jef k s crack and speed imprint. a dirty, rancid straight in your face production - not for the faint hearted, but works like a banana when you re hungry. a side is a sureshot reminding on suburban knight s art of stalking
get ready and saddle up for this spanker from these two producer hailing from dallas, texas. three shining examples of why its called the lone star state. dj spetro and scott pace give texas a good name and remind us taht it goes beyond the enron scandal and the bush family. deep minimal techhoue to house music for the freakster in you..
san fran producer john howard comes with wiggling, rolling snare-driven beats with mad percussive sounds bouncing in and out, a moody chord that cuts through like a knife, sparkling synth sounds on top and cut-up vocal snippets.. the b side is a favourite for derrick carter fans..
jack of all trades tim paris shows his rocking, more electro side on crack & speed getting right down to business with >standing up< a jacking electro-pop opus with understated yet glamorous vocals by allonymous and a few suprising stops and breaks pulled by tim paris. stefan goldmann strips off the pop ornaments for his remix and maximises the jack and takes us on a bumpy ride with clonky, metallic beats, buoyant acid squeaks continuing in the vein of his releases on classic etc. tim paris takes us back to dirty electro-rock with his remix for france s grande dame de techno dj chloÉ s >take care<: a frazzeld, constantly serrating synth line runs wild over super-dry, cumbrous drum beats - sparse yet super-effective
chris carrier and dj wild aka catwash add to crack & speed the second vital attribute of youth rebellion trinity - sex - and swap rock n roll for heavy funkin tech-house ( nevertheless rockin though ): on come to me dj wild looms large his sugar daddy impression spurting out some real sleazy perverted lyrics over a perfectly paced romp-shaking beat and a fat penetrating bassline that gives birth to a drilling acidline escalating slowly to climax in classic wild pitch style. the flip seems to be dedicated to a less frivolous physical exercise...
one of the fastest rising star from the parisian scene strikes back with a vengeance, and she does it with style a killer, dark, yet strangely addictive take careep. abe duque provide us with the re-touched version dubby, clubby, classy do you want more...played by laurent garnier, ewan pearson, ivan smagghe, steve bug, ricardo villalobos, luciano, kiki, james holden, ellen alien.
great remixes to mr.negative s eccentric clubsmash: freaks hit hard with sparse, stripped down mix mashing up analogue bassline, random string sounds and some 80 s sounding key chords here and there - the result is abstract, wiggling disco-funk delight. sassse aka freestyle man takes a techier approach with a robotic effect on the voice sample, pushing oldschool bassline, scratches and sparse percussion build up in classic wild pitch style to some irresistible floor frenzy