melodymathics chalk up their 5th in the form of a limited edition 10 inch double pack vinyl and boy is it special. a pack featuring detroits own terrence parker alongside label head melodymann and no shit like deep finishing things off. an on point package of four classy house cuts where each one plays its part, add to that a couple of locked grooves and you have a must have record.
with a self-proclaimed goal to showcase newcomers as well as established artists, melodymathics hands out their second punch with a killer track by detroit veteran gari romalis. gari is at the forefront of the detroit techno scene, working close with terrence parker, mike banks, cliff thomas and labels such as tresor, transmat, soma and many more. his productions clearly show that his 30 years experience djing made him realize what works on the dancefloor. the web on melodymathics ltd.002 is a sublime example of soulful keys combined with funky rhythm, resulting in the ultimate dj tool.
following up on melodymathics’ latest 12”, demuir’s vibe is back on a limited 10” with a rather unique track called “howz your body?”. on the flipside label boss melodymann delivers the track “disco switch” and 4 groovy, hypnotic loops. the straightforward house sound of the record exudes funky and sexy beats that are consistently recognized and sought by artists and dance music fans around the world.
a collection of crossover artists that really stand out for us with tunes that do so much more than just be hot. demuir, the organ grinder, snazzy trax & melodymann, they all bring their edge to this sick ep for melodymathics. we hope you like this record as much as we do!
melodymathics brings there various artists concept to another level with a new line of 12 releases. artists from all over the world gathered to bring funk and disco inspired house tracks, that will be noticed. with this first ep of the new series, they open the door to a new era in which happy, danceable music with 70’s and 80’s influences is the sound of the future.
melodymathics hits the spot with the charleroi dc ep. a rare name for a very rare record. when you put fabrice lig & kink, 2 of the greatest liveperformers and analog lovers, together in a studio this is what you get! a track that easily stands out in any club, night & day. the ep is topped with some outstanding, quirky remixes by no one less than ian o’brien, detroit swindle and label boss melodymann. it s hard to find words to describe the charleroi dc ep that’s why you have to listen and let the music speak for itself!
with dan curtin on the 4th release, melodymathics has undoubtedly one of the key players in the development of electronic music as we know it today. with *deserted station dan curtin is as innovative and vital as he has ever been. this funky production, with the typical dan curtin edge, covers the sound of the past, the present and the future.
*i want you*, the result of a collaboration between 3 belgian talents, discovered by melodymathics. amtek&e-freak ft. mike ekim are bringing the contemporary club sound, though remaining funky and soulful, with catchy vocals. a real dancefloor killer!
melodymathics holds the tradition alive to indulge the vinyl djs. this time the funky loops are provided by the mysterious melodymann and sjef wanders.
whoever says small labels are getting damaged by record store day havent heard what the belgian deep & soulful house label melodymathics unleashes on april 18th.
some of the countrys finest, from the early and present house scene, are united on this release. raoul belmans also know as dj raoul (swirl people/food club/silo), raffa formerly know from soul and future jazz band sweet coffee and labelowner melodymann bring three feel good house cuts based around a self explanatory vocal motif *keep it coming!* by one of melodymathics residents - alex agore. it is this sort of euphoric house music you can drop anytime in your set and just stand back watching a sea of arms raised in response.
alex agore can be described as one of the bastions of the true house music, gaining notoriety for his no nonsense house productions. his unique deep sound has a resounding feel of classic 1990s with a refreshing melodic vibe.