*** check b2: !!! *** bath-come-london party purveyors, origins, take to channelling some of their creativity into the creation of their own origins label. at the helm for the debut release is bristolian up-and-comer tommosini. having heard move d unleash the beauty of another dimension at freerotation last year, origins knew they had to find out who the mastermind behind this deep house gem was and the rest, they say, is history. another dimension transports you through the galaxies via a combination of dreamy pads, crisp percussion, full-bodied bass and those sensual deep tinged vocals. future classic in the making. the a2 i dont stop carries on the u.s flavoured deep house with a vocal house track that wouldn t be out of place coming from the shores of chicago masterfully intertwining a bumping bassline, soft organs and those introspective, luscious vocals. flip it over and you re treated to two interpretations of another dimension. first up fellow bristol bass badboy, hodge, serves up a signature remix, chopping the vocals and layering them behind a pounding kick and machine gun percussion to give that bass heavy flavour hes become so well known for. deadbeat steps up to close out the ep with a heavyweight techno rework of the original, complete with hypnotic bleeps, phased hats, and intermittent sub bass goodness, all tied together with a driving kick to give a real industrial feel to the remix.
incl human machine remix, for the first release, tau001, the adana twins introduce a duo under the name innellea , believed to be one of the biggest up-and-coming talents in the scene right now. heavily influenced by percussion sounds, this inaugural ep successfully launches with thematic cohesion and into a realm of what they believe tribal infused techno should really sound like. recruiting the help of human machine to remix lead track nautilus , having already gained significant support from the adana twins, who play almost all of their releases in their dj sets. the rich, contrasting tastes of the sicilian four-piece shine through, staying true to one simple rule – make people dance.
the latest lost & found release comes from guy mantzur, the winner of the israeli walla night life award for the no.1 dj producer 2018. as he never lost his obsession to produce underground music, he found the way to share a brand new masterpiece with his global audience through guy js record label. this two track ep is a perfect blend of sophistication and futurism and its just about to open your doors of perception. take the dive if you dare!
after their first appearance on curle via naïf, the mix compiled by efdemin earlier this year, aubrey & simone gatto now deliver their debut ep for the label.this might be aubrey & simone gattos debut ep on curle, but they already appeared earlier this year on naïf , the mix compiled by efdemin with nothing but exclusive tracks. they liked our approach, we liked their tracks, sometimes its simple like that. its techno, in various disguises
psyk s non series label keep sup a busy 2018 with a new ep from pris. he s an artist with a deep heady techno sound that has previously found a home on the esteemed likes of semantica, avian and his own resin and now serves up four more of his serene and stylish tracks.
supported by matrixxman, james ruskin, truncate, cari lekebusch, electric indigo, anthony parasole and many more. teksupport records is excited to unveil our first ep release. featuring one of italy s most exciting exports, marco effe, the >transients< ep is a perfect combination of rolling grooves and rhythmic synergy. offering up three of his latest originals, effe effectively offers listeners a package of journey-esque tunes that properly encapsulate the teksupport records sound. we have invited berlin based dj/producer - patrik skoog - to offer his take on effes >transient<. skoog makes a very impactful debut on the imprint.
after relocating from california at 7 years old, nasser grew up in a musical environment in new jersey. surrounded by gifted artists from an early age, nasser was fed a diet of authentic 70 s soul, 80 s pop and 90 s hip hop and r&b, which all influenced the spirit of his music and his trademark big production. at only 24 years old nasser displays real musical maturity and a subterranean fearlessness in his productions. mentored by house music master dennis ferrer, nasser has released three ep s and on the indispensible objektivity label, as well as remixing dennis iconic son of raw in 2017. his gramercy ep on suara revealed nasser s more techier side, exposing his wider abilities. his most recent release on objektivity, the just like that ep , dropped in summer 2017, in tune with his first ibiza season. (as a part of dennis ferrer s misfits society crew, a residency he continues in 2018…) here nasser debuts on circus recordings with his first full, self penned, and part sung, vocal single, combined with a intergalactic techno b side that is absolutely not to be skipped over. say something was instantly snapped up by yousef after an early demo was sent to the label owner earlier this year. big, nasty & pin sharp drums carry the original vocal throughout the track, as a playful narrative parties & dances throughout. vocal hook after vocal hook interchange as the slamming 909 drums persist. as yousef said, there is simply nothing else quite like it right now, and as pete tong said it s the best vocal record he has heard in many years, confirmed an essential new tune on the spot… this years bigger than prince..?