master of after-dark electronic symphonies, martin buttrich is set to drop a pair of heavyweight tracks on guy gerbers supplement facts imprint this winter. a-side earth of foxes is a moody masterpiece with a complex tapestry of wonky chimes, ethereal voices and a galloping groove. b-side monkey troopers is another techy monster with brooding bassline and classic buttrich drums. with that innate quality of buttrich’s productions the earth of foxes ep is both hypnotic and loopy whilst encased within intricate textures and rhythms.
a firm favourite at guy gerbers supplement facts label parties, tini delivers her first ep for the imprint with two solid cuts of deep, twisted, rolling tech. knowing exactly what works in the club tini features the vocals of joe le groove for the first track hat baxx, which adds a whole new dimension to the dancefloor experience, swirling above the stripped back raw bass, powering through with fierce energy while holding plenty of groove. over on the flip turn around drives with intricate percussion while vocals from charlotte c.a send you on a journey into a hypnotic state. both tracks are essential dj weapons for a peak time affair, guaranteed to keep the crowd pumping.
real house master phil weeks makes his debut on guy gerbers supplement facts imprint with a trio of dancefloor bombs packed with his signature bump, funk and bass. title track sharks looking for fishes is a fuzzy, warm affair with warping pads and shimmering cow-bells building with dusty samples combined with a jacking bassline. on the b-side bees assault is pure heads down techy business, unhinged and driving its the peak time banger of the release and an assault on the senses. lastly, hold onto the memories brings back the french deep touch with another solid jacking groove and faded vox.
as guy gerbers new season wisdom of the glove party at pacha ibiza proceeds with unstoppable momentum, it would appear that the man of the moment still finds time to discover high quality, arresting releases for his supplement facts label. the latest ep, paint it black, comes courtesy of an electric collaboration that recently proved its worth on a remix for alland byallos bygones release for thoughtless music. usa based duo h-foundation and switzerlands david durango join forces on this tech house two tracker, which sees the artists explore the more dissident edges of the genre.
its a french and dutch invasion coming up next on supplement facts as parisian julien chaptal and amsterdams lauhaus deliver jujuman featuring a remix from french house royalty franck roger. jujuman is a midsummer nights dream of percussive grooves and hints of the wilderness. francks remix adds inflections of psychedelia and a dose of wiggly acid while b-side watching you is pure heads down hypnotic rolling.
supplement facts get set to release a killer package from prolific israeli producer and long-time collaborator, chaim. the latest, superlative we are ep is a three-tiered dancefloor odyssey with the stylistic range to last from dusk until dawn
guy gerbers supplement facts imprint signals the end of 2012 with a various artist sampler entitled things have changed ep. featuring a few household names alongside some future stars, alexkid, borrowed identity & mechanical soul brother, gab rhome and andrew grant & lomez, all appear on this release filled with quality and diversity.
following the recent release of his stunning fabric64 album, international virtuoso guy gerber brings his mesmerizing productions back on to home ground to release on his supplement facts imprint. dop frontman jaw, london based producer midland and footprintz golden boy clarian north step in to lend their artist talents, creating nothing short of a flawless release.
ultrasone is the abundantly talented duo from belgium currently lighting up some of the most influential labels on the planet. this time bringing their own particular brand of techy underground ethereal grooves to supplement facts, here and so far ep is a mad trip that veers from delicate percussive minimalism to full on dancefloor demolition.
guy gerbers supplement facts imprint continues to drop the bombs, this time courtesy of brooklyn-based duo no regular play, with their searing package. >fall up to the sky< featuring the molten vocals of maya hatch and a blinding remix from life and death. the ep came about after label head guy gerber heard a recording of an nrp live set at an after party and was struck by one particular synth line, so much so that he contacted the pair shortly after to discuss a release. a prevailing musical connection on both sides made supplement facts the natural destination for.
the enigmatic french trio dop unleash another sonic assault of deep and visceral house music on guy gerbers supplement facts imprint with three bold and organic cuts for your sex. a dark broody and characteristically cheeky affair, your sex opens up this dop creation with a stripped back beat and looped vocal. low-end bass build up the title track to a crescendo that engulfs the senses in deep acid frequencies. this is a nod to the techno elite but fusing a new depth and sensuality to the genre, in true dop style. skipping into subtle and kinetic territory, half naked flirts with reverberating whispered vocals and crisp percussive beats. a lethargic and almost yearning record, it massages the energies of the body with a playful and soothing approach. last up paul ritch tackles a remix of the title track, elevating those throbbing bass elements to new levels with a fluttering and-high energy weapon made to hypnotise the feet, body and mind. dopis the musical summation of a 20 year long friendship between members clement aichelbaum, damien vandesande and jonathan illel, their musical relationship beginning in 1994 as the result of a rock & roll cover band formed for the french national day of music, experimenting in hip-hop, jazz, and reggae followed by various musical incarnations. in 2005 they made the transition into electronic music and last year delivered a highly regarded debut artist album on circus company, noted in the guardian newspaper as steeped not in orthodox 4/4 house and techno, but in jazz, classical, hip-hop and world music
seuil makes a storming entrance into the offbeat world of supplement facts with his >ultravision< ep. his immaculate track record for house music that pierces the soul with its energy and drama remaining firmly in tact with yet another dream collaboration with dop vocalist jaw. parisian seuil has fast become a pillar of the deep house and techno community. the innate organic quality that courses through his productions is allied with an ever-evolving style, always rich in substance, drive and atmosphere. >ultravision< is no exception. the mesmeric progression of liquefied bleeps, deep chords, and truncated rhythms is heightened by the poignant, husky drawl of jaw that bleeds through this enveloping track. the >dub mix< allows the bubbling percussive energy to shine through in a dubbed out, darkly populated soundscape. on the flip >in the moon< is a moody tech masterpiece of floating grooves and creepy fx. breathy vocal snippets intercept with notions of mortality as seuil traverses rusty sonic terrains and upholds his ability to feed both the soul and the feet. even when stripped back to its barest bones >in the moon< captivates with a driving energy punctuated by crisply formulated drums and a sparse bass line bounce...
guy gerber teams up with an all-star lineup of fantastic friends to bring the labels 25th release to the dancefloor. a collaborative work featuring the likes of dop, ryan crosson, varoslav, guti & greg paulus - time for a change, marks a pivotal time & place for the label. the family-feel of this release is a vibe that transcends more than the music on the record…its the way that the team behind the label operates day to day as well. with creative input on the label coming from all corners of the globe, its only natural that the 25th release would bring this crew together. >time for a change< the ep title & leading track of supplement facts’ 25th release takes charge with an almost marching tone
supplement facts records continue their rich run of form by handing a label debut to detroit-native lee curtiss. the >and we all fall down< ep has been one of the most hotly anticipated from the israeli label and is set to become the soundtrack to the last echoes of summer. we continue to dance, as the days grow short our nights become longer and lees ep is the perfect accompaniment….>i can hear you arthur<, a tribute to one of lees long-time music heroes, arthur russell, is an emotional escape. with russell being a direct sound-inspiration for the release, we are treated to a longing for a far away love. with waves of sound that build and cascade, accompanied by pillow-talk whisperings, all creating eight minutes of rhythmic, warm grooves. arthur never sounded better. after the body-swaying vibes of the a, side b brings the perspirec-electronic throb and hip-grinding action of labor of love. after yearning for arthur, we are more than appeased with the beautifully sultry and ever so intimate vocals of stephanie selvaggio. with its rhythmic guitar opening belying its true intention, labor of love develops into a sensual dancefloor cut with stephanies vocals floating effortlessly with the acidic beats as she drives us ‚crazy, and we all fall down is a perfect example of an artist at his most vunerable. its brutally honest sound invites the listener in with open arms and wraps itself around them like a warm cashmere blanket. as the brutal realisation that summer is almost over starts to sink in…its worth taking comfort in records like this, that make the transition that much easier.
supplement facts records takes us to that detroit sound, with their next release featuring sierra sam & marcus vector… the auteurs of industrial techno. the man made jobs e.p. is an eager little package of tracks with a nod to the past, but with its sight set straight to the future. the opener >gangsta pimp style< echoes technos birth-city, driving beats and metallic stabs of synths merging with the spoken word rhetoric, intermittently making itself known throughout the pieces sprawling 7-minute runtime. >things you do< moves things to a bit lighter frame, but dont let that description lull you into thinking it as throwaway. this tracks dominates with the ever-present high stringnote that made so many hits in the past. this classic sensibility and a vocal hook which you will be humming for days later…make this track memorable. taking us straight to the 90s, >flagboy< is the final track to round up this powerhouse of a release. featuring vocals from rockey wahington, this track encompasses the likeability & flavor needed for a classic house record unlikely to leave your bag. its all there - the piano stabs, the cowbells, the soulful vocal. all these elements mixing together to create a track so euphoric that you can finally delete your >pusher-man< contact from your blackberry because this is the newest legal high!
supplement facts continues to offer some of the best in new emerging artists & long-time talent, working closely with a powerhouse of producers aiming to make music for you to dance, ponder, and ultimately…to love. going from strength to strength, the last release (till von seins epic >sundowna<) guy gerber, label boss, returns into the fray after his hugely successful >my invisible romance< long-player with his new >hate/love e.p.< featuring three tracks of equal beauty and brooding menace.
guy gerbers supplement facts records is proud to present sundowna by till von sein. when we say sundowna we are paying homage to the idea of embracing the spring & sun with open arms. the sundowna ep will defrost your minds and hearts with its warmth and soul. with his first ep on supplement facts, we are extra pleased to welcome till von sein to our family of artists. the ep is filled with a solid remix pack of surprises - next up, after after the title track, we are equally excited to welcome >joeski< to the label family with a housey retouch to >sundowna<. and to complete the vinyl release we managed to team up with our label hero dyed soundorom, while he pairs up with yet another newcomer to the label, >shonky< - bringing more of a dance floor banging retouch of the title track to the package.
guy gerbers supplement facts records is proud to present the rise e.p. by - jona -(sfr019). the rise ep carries three original productions by the belgium born artist jona. hes a newcomer on supplement facts, but a veteran to quality techno productions and we are excited to welcome him! the release rise ep continues to push the musical boundaries of the supplement facts sound, this time in the direction of a solid techno production in typical >jona< fashion. deep beat lines and long stretched chunky bass riffs elegantly piece together the cheeky highs throughout this release making all mixes true peak time dance floor options.
the artists ryan crosson and guti individually represent exactly the contemporary approach to electronic music production and performance that supplement facts aims for and cherishes. to have them team up for this release means a particular honor for us! the tracks dont only fit into the labels repertoire superbly, but also enclose a unique mood created by sensitive melodies, thick beat lines and a superb vocal performance!
label chief guy gerber returns with a stunning 12 inch double ep on his own >supplement facts records<. all seven original mixes in this release were written and produced during the summer of 2009 and each one captures a particular aspect of this period for guy. summer time meant busy time this year! apart from touring and being based in ibiza for his weekly residence at space, guy managed to find studio time to work on his album (scheduled for 2010) and this release. my invisible romance is an intimate glance into the seemingly borderless music production world of guy gerber. whilst delivering gerbers signature production style this release also surprises with its romantic elements and as usual he teases the listener with his trademark dream-like adaptations. the inspiration for this release came from guys regular performances and majorly from the time spent on the road- as a guest artist in friends studios and from his work in >improvised studios<. >my invisible romance< is a release close to guy gerbers chest, filled with emotions and surprises- a truly intimate collection of musical works
supplement facts records is excited to welcome yakine to the label! the hot french producer has already added the fantastic zenalia to supplemental compilation you never walk alone and after releases on circus company, je taime and esperanza, is in the form of his life. his blend of contemporary house music, with a playful touch has seen him become a regular in the record boxes of the biggest names. he is one of the shining lights of the parisian house scene, and has one of the brightest residencies in the city at weirdo magnet @ rex club. today we bring you his maissade ep
(reshuffle are guy gerber & niv hadas)the upper shelf is a master class in production, vibrant bass hook and heady drums interwoven with linear melodies and a cleverly placed vocal monologue to form a track rich in musicality!as supplement facts moves further into 2009, we are proud to present our latest ep remove tag. keeping in line with our ethos of delivering fantastic music from all corners of the globe, we would like to introduce italys fabio giannelli to our family of artists, showcasing his eclectic flair and spirit with the track growing.
THE GENIUS OF THE CROWD / MAMBO JUMBO (INCL GUY GERBER RMX)
12" Vinyl BE25.02.09
after ending 2008 with a well received pair of releases from david k and varoslav, supplement facts are pleased to return with their first release of 2009. having collaborated on the recent varoslav single, it is time for parisian trio dop to take centre stage with their >genius of the crowd< ep.