fresh from her last release which featured an essential remix from ricardo villolobos, russian artist julia govor is back with three more great tracks on the ever excellent rhythm cult.
limited edition hand stamped 12 vinyl - some say techno s 4/4 owes its powerful majesty to our human heartbeat and its constant, uninterrupted pulse. - some say the most magnificent and memorable dark skies on earth can be seen in sweden, known as the northern lights: they may vary its shape, colour and intensity through time, but its presence in our imaginary stays untouched and seems always ready to captivate us again.as true techno lovers, our vinyl only constellation welcomes swedish legendary artist samuel l. session: in rc we ve always referred to samuel s figure as the aurora borealis of techno: timeless, always evolving and majestic. in the dark plays 3 engaging, pushing and beat leading tracks: our most reliable 4/4 beat reference for those who enjoy getting lost dancing in the dark but don t want to lose the north.
LOVERS & PLAYERS EP
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releasing albums on perlon, ~scape, background and his own label süd electronic, portable has appeared on a string of highly credible imprints, with singles also landing on karat records, musik krause and yore records. spending his early years in cape town, portable moved to london, followed by lisbon, before finally settling in berlin. whilst in lisbon he also created his bodycode alias, and soon after dropped an album on ghostly internationals sister-label spectral sound. kick-starting his release on rhythm cult, * reeva numbers* is a dusky production complete with ethereal organ chords, offbeat stabs and subtle melodies. next, * only human* draws from the sound of the producers bodycode moniker, implementing more dancefloor-focused aesthetics with the help of shuffling rhythms, deep vocal moans and heady keys. concluding the release, * moving, trains and you* is the most minimal number of the package with rolling percussion, soaring pads and a heightening suspense.
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THREE TOO MANY
sheffield s finest, tommy vicari jnr joins the cult. presenting us 3 choice cuts each with their own distinct flavour. forty days provides the groove. three too many is the stomper. night of a thousand saturations’ a rhythmic trip. 22 minutes of musical wizardry!
LIFE WORTH LIVING
aquarius heaven is brian brewster, an artist brought up between texas and the caribbean who has laid down some compelling, socially and politically minded verses on magical eps for labels like wolf & lamb and circus company. fusing reggae, dancehall, house and hip hop he is a unique talent who has also worked with dop, miss kittin, ryan crosson, art department, mathias kaden and many more.
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A1: Aquarius Heaven & Eric Volta - Life Worth Living
B1: Aquarius Heaven & Jamaica Suk & Damien Vandesande - Gateway
B2: Aquarius Heaven & Jamaica Suk & Damien Vandesande - Nan Nan Nay
opener ppppp (diva mix) is a truly compelling house track with an effortlessly groovy feel, disco fried stabs and smooth wood block hits that glide the thing along. it is party starting yet subtle, big yet clever and has some firing vocal samples to really set the track alight. the just as essential drunken diva mix is a rework that has playful drums dropping in and out, bigger stabs and more cut up energy thanks to lots of careful tweaks. it is freewheeling and charming and cannot fail to make you move. lastly, an instrumental version is supplied for purely physical dance floor deployment, and is sure to be devastating.
foremost minimal techno producer barem is next to serve up a compelling three track ep for the ever more essential rhythm cult label and comes hot on the heels of eps from deadbeat and greenville massive amongst others.
ADVENTURES IN HYPER REALITY
for its third release the already closely followed rhythm cult label turns to much loved berlin based canadian deadbeat.
exceptional taste and sound is an ideal that rhythm cult embodies and is at the core of the label s mission. with its first release bringing an eclectic group of electronic tracks, the second release raises the standard even higher. this time danish duo jesper larsen and simon knøsgaard aka greenville massive, drop three original works of high standard house sounds. known for their signature style, sitting between deep and tech house, the two tend to rely heavily on a melancholic vibe in their work. the rewind ep is just that, a flawless ode to their carefully honed sound through years of exploration. a cosmic ride of relaxed and charismatic electronic music, rhythm cult s second number is mature and oozes delightful soundscape