mb elektronics is still one of the leading techno labels. marco proves again he s still on point with this excellent compilation, featuring tracks by joseph capriati, wehbba, loco & jam and marco bailey & tom hades!
crosstown rebels are delighted to announce the debut label release from purveyors of the e-funk, the mighty soul clap, showcasing their irresistible blend of funk inspired house music that appeals to all music lovers.
>testify< is the second single taken from boohgaloo zoos stunning self-titled debut album. u-gene goes all out on the vocals while the bassline and synth stabs are clearly in the business of tearing roofs off suckers. heavy 21st century funk! the remixes make sure that those who like to shake their behinds to something more up-tempo get with the program as well - soulphiction goes to work on the track not once but twice in a full-on boogie mix and one that is more on the minimal side, while hot chips joe goddard takes it to very late night club territories.
z is hitting you with 3 tracks from the debut album by akabu, dave lees pseudonym for his more electronic housey material. the debut akabu album >the phuture aint what it used to be< is due this year and is filled with deep, musical, properly underground grooves but which still posses enough energy to keep the dancefloor busy. boom clap bachelors - a collective of producers, live musicians and djs out of copenhagen / denmark. the collective was founded in 2005 it provided the outlet for future collaboration. the music spans from electronica, disco non disco to leftfield, new wave, soul and indie influcences. remix comes from the mighty motor city drum ensemble
das album camino del sol, von der franz®sischen band antena 1983 aufgenommen, ist ein elektro samba-klassiker (urspr?nglich auf les disques de crepuscule ercsheinen, zwei titel von john foxx produziert) - zeitlose musik auf halbem weg zwischen ultravox und antonio carlos jobim. dies ist die l?ngst ?berf?llige offizielle wiederver®ffentlichung dieses wichtigen 80er albums!
minuendo recordings launches its next limited edition vinyl, signed this time by one of the boss of the label. c gonzalez under the pseudonym of ordell presents >slowly but steadily ep<, an album focusing on the dance floor, influence for black music. to this reference has enjoyed the cooperation of juju & jordash (dekmantel, real soon, psychostasia…), remixing the track >court & paste<.
the first of four singles from the forthcoming cos/mes album. the duo, hailing from the tokyo underground, combine beautifully spacial and droning arrangements with tropical vibes on dfg (featuring dr. nishimura of discossession/crue-l). on the b side we have a deep relaxing remix of album cut heavenly trax by sombrero galaxys own jonny nash, followed by an extended version of another album cut from other space. keep your sights on esp for three more mind bending cos/mes singles and the full-length album dropping in june.
after releases on kol mojito and bondage music, 8 sided dice recordings welcomes hans bouffmyhre with a serious 2 track ep from rave signal influenced prime time techno to powerfull groovin & chord infected techhouse
deep dancehall dub bomb!
kalbatas new tune was recorded in kingston, jamaica, with two legendary jamaican mcs, jah thomas and little john, using live musicians and analog equipment. the result is a seriously heavyweight bass-heavy monster.
this is the latest project from 2-step/dubstep producer kalbata continuing on from his earlier cuts of tunes like courtney melodys >ninja mi ninja< and previous tracks on soul jazz with warrior queen and mc clapper priest. here he takes it to the next level with this heavyweight discomix 12 inch featuring two vocal tracks plus a killer dub. superb!
jamie jones / half inch jack -the return of the legendary back to basics imprint is indeed a menacing affair, with an original track from residents woodall & buckley and remixes from the irrepressible jamie jones and legendary chris duckenfield under his acid guise the >half inch jack<. the original track is named kitch n sync, and is a blistering seven minutes of menacing acid house futurism. an opening salvo of storming rhythms and vocal stabs gives way to a blistering acid bass line and crisp drum production.
the future disco series has quickly gained a reputation as being a compilation, where you are sure to find a cutting edge collection of the best in modern day disco. the series is now on its third outing >city heat< to be released on 31st may on cd as well as digital download. the very best of this album are transferred onto vinyl for an exclusive three track vinyl sampler. each track has never been released on vinyl before as well as featuring on the album itself.
groovin remixes von johnny d & butch !! loved by: sneak, karotte, nick curly, sis, brothers vibe, michel cleis, dj chus, mark knight, hernan cattaneo, thomilla, sebo-k, matthias kaden, gel abriel, ahmet sisman, monika kruse, anja schneider, ilario alicante, dj t...
the solid tumbling tones found on this ep are all thats needed as an introduction to these two accomplished producers latest creation. both strong forces in their own right, the pair come together once again on sweatshop to present their vision of dancefloor harmony, and mystery! sirens is the aptly titled track whose crazy vibe is encapsulated by jacking, swinging percussion, wild pitching synth stabs and a haunting soprano soloist letting loose! this needs to be experienced to be believed, but the proof will be in the dancefloor, hands in the air and minds expanded! moirae works the tension with dense filtered stabs and crisp solid state percussion, driving this deep slab of dark dance into blissful moments of release. mellow yet urgent, its a raw, purist electronic statement! joel alter also offers up a special edit which focuses the groove in a slightly more kinetic direction, with reduced, aquatic synth work and a classic club energy that makes it an ideal addition to the package.
after a hugely successful parting shot of 2009 with mark hennings >the right time< hypercolour delve into the new decade with a killer foray into basement house music from plasmik with their >retune ep<.
after makams >hide you ep<, the 6th release on soweso brings you 5 unique tracks on >various artists vol. 1<. first of is william kouam djoko from sowesos homebase amsterdam. he shows us the future of techhouse and its a taster of whats to come from him on soweso. markus homm & markus schatz bring us >nypd<, a subtle and smooth deephouse trip that is ideal for an after hour burner. on the flipside we bring you santos resiak with his amazing track >saully<. an epic house track that will bring many dancefloors to the next level. the last track on the vinyl is by rumanian funk master negru. >dont shoot … its me< is an ode to old school funk with a typical and dirty house style that we got to know from him.
mabaan soul are back on metroline limited with their third release for the label. the talented italian duo have been causing a stir in the house and techno underground world with their 2009 release on metroline being charted by chicago legend dj sneak in his best of the year chart! on top of that, another house legend satoshi tomiie after hearing their debut new orleans ep on metroline limited, promptly asked the guys to release on his label saw recordings! the opening track joseph is jacking disco groove with an insistent bass hook and infectious lead synth. summer is nearly here! frankfurt, is a love song for the original robert johnson crew - the good people of frankfurt who really know what they’re dancing to. its an intense 5am grind that brings driving european warehouse techno together with the deep soulful grooves of detroit house. inxec and matt tolfrey pump up the midrange on their remix. they pick out a nice groove, and build on it with bright and airy percussion while maintaining the original disorientating shuffle and boomin low end. funky is definitely back. that rolling bassline keeps you locked in, and those brutal mpc-style percussion loops are would make marley marl proud.
special series is the hottest tribal techno label at the moment and that askes for a celebration! the first album is a fact! all the labels favourite with a special series track for the tribal djs and fans out there! just look at the list of names and be amazed. a.paul, peppelino, raul mezcolanza, josh love are just of few of the list. you know the score, buy and get ready for action!
this 2x12inch of dapayk solo - decade on (2000-2010) combines brand new dapayk tracks, a refreshed classic and four remixes. it comes along with a dapayk poster and a voucher card for a free download of the full length album!!!
one of the most eagerly anticipated and prolific producers of the moment, glimpse, releases his debut album on crosstown rebels. this is the 4 track vinyl sampler to glimpses album >runner< and it is a truly inspiring, superb album that weaves elements of jazz and soul with house and techno to create something wholly innovative and mesmerising.
long-awaited ninth release on the kazoo imprint sees rising star bob d deliver some serious latin tribal techno of the highest calibre plus excellent remixes from label bosses mat 303 & josh love and alejandro roman.
JURNEY TO THE CORE OF THE UNKNOWN SPHERE (KYLE HALL REMIX)
12" Vinyl NL20.05.10
the next generation has arrived... 19 yr old space dimension controller with his take on music history! the best ingredients from big inspirators innocently mixed together with a natural cool that gives him a own unique sound! dr dre s sexy funk combined with deep drexciya and the other peoples place vibes, early uk house and techno melodies from people such as plaid and boards of canada all stisiness. actually its not very fair coming with all these names since here since nobody sounds like sdc and sdc sounds like no one else! and thats what the people at clone like... artists with their own unique finger print. oh and did we already mention the remix of that other young bloke? 18 yr old kyle hall does a hell of a remix job here! two natural talents dropping a release that will be one of 2010 s hottest records for sure. the next generation is taking control!