ODESSA (ASC REMIX) / SHOULD I (HEAVY1 REMIX) (CLEAR GREEN VINYL)
coloured 12" Vinyl UK31.05.11
rubik records hits us with another sublime piece of sophisticated drum n bass. labelboss calculon sees his track remixed to even deeper states by asc. a monsterous bassline combined with a fierce stepping break and all kinds of edits floating around in space. if martians are into drum n bass they would most def. be into this stepper.the flip holds the sinistarr & jaybee track should i remixed by the new man of the moment heavy1. straight from japan this man knows his way with the beats and already designed a signature sound thats impossible to ignore. in other words: put that needle on the freshly coloured vinyl, turn up the volume and enjoy! strictly limited clear green vinyl!
rubik records is proud to present it s 24th release in the form of two remixes of random movements dancing feat. starting off is sinistarr re-work which takes the tune to new territories. hip hop meets bleeps and his unique style combine with those classic vocals for a truly original piece of music. featuring support by scene leaders like rockwell on radio 1, where he professed he wishes he had made it himself. on the flipside with the classic dnb formula comes a stripped back roller by bcee and saxxon, which marks bcees return to rubik in almost 10 years.
the original version of organ grinder is a downbeat summertime head-bobber and calibre delivers like only he can on the remix, picking up the tempo and rolling out some classic calibre vibes on this one. forthcoming on rubik records 12inch with the original version of the tune on the flipside. lookout for full release date and info to follow soon!
on the heels of multiple mega releases on rubik and labels like shogun audio, innerground, and spearhead to name a few, we are proud to present our next 12inch single on rubik records featuring the mighty technimatic and random movement!
the forthcoming minimalized album by japans heavy1. after making a name for himself internationally with his expert production and powerful songs, we felt the time was right for a larger project. the a side judge is a collaboration with june miller, a tough dark techno meets dnb rhythm that has been receiving heavyweight dj support from all of the big djs. the flip light upon my road provides a more musical excursion featuring the vocals of iriann joyce, and shows heavy1s versatility and strength as a musician.
rubik records starts off 2011 with two tunes that have been turning heads and moving dancefloors, from north american producers random movement, mutt, and calculon. side a features >risk< by random movement which has been receiving heavy dj support from the likes of heist, bailey, crissy criss, and submorphics. this florida based wunderkind recently released his debut album on innerground to critical acclaim and still found time to get this smasher to us for his rubik debut. one for the liquid crew and the jump up crowd! the b side is much much deeper affair and random movement himself said >its the best tune i have heard in a year.< kevin king lays down original vocals as only he can do on this collaboration >easy on the motion< between canadas mutt and californias calculon. with ltj bukem supporting the tune, as well as asides, stunna, etc, this 12inch is not one that will leave your bag for some time.
minimalized is the highly anticipated debut album from tokyos heavy1, and with its release, he pushes the boundaries of electronic music, and further cements his position as one of the most exciting new artists on the worldwide scene. this standout producer has masterfully composed 11 tracks spanning from hard hitting drum n bass, to musical dubstep, to the albums title track, which is a nod to the analog synthesizers and hardware drum machines of a bygone era. throughout minimalized, heavy1s clinical and precise production is always balanced with intriguing synthesis, lush and emotive songwriting, and punishing percussion and bass. tracks like ongaku or judge with june miller show a more aggressive take on music, and tracks like deep train and light upon my road are more musical and feature stunning original vocals from key mc and iriann joyce, respectively. this body of work truly appeals to anyone with a taste for subtlety, without sacrificing impact. dj support includes loxy, dj marky, makoto, zero t, dj flight, and icicle.