matter of the heart! district 66s co-owner clark davis established with the labels 3rd ep a symbiosis of the past, present and future. the a1 and b1 reduced and functional original tracks are remixed by two of davis respected producers. in the late 90ies, alexander kowalski was one of the key artist which influenced him and still remains with his very own signature sound. nowadays state-of-the-art markus suckut reflects with his minimalism and on the point grooves the artistic present and future of davis definition of techno.
functional techno three tracker. for the labels second release district 66 teams up with swedens mattias fridell. fridell delivers two energetic and jacking tracks in his well known signature. the b-side features a straight up-tempo remix from progression uk.
serious techno! new mysterious label from hamburg called district 66. well known from their parties at uebel & gefaehrlich. two huge banger by arnaud le texier and remixes by andre kronert and myk derill.
break records are being released at an astounding rate. yet most of the sounds and samples used are just the same recycled material from the last dozen break albums. this leaves the dj who is looking for new material to create with, disappointed. that is… until the arrival of grime-n & starfunkle’s sushi breaks, a break record that is the compilation of a decade’s worth of crate digging, sampling and beat making.
featuring all new production from an international array of renowned hip hop djs and producers. each track of beats is set to single bpm, letting the dj juggle endless sets with no need for sudden pitch adjusts, giving maximum creativity to battles routines. sushi breaks is chock full of original sounds and samples not used on previous break albums, offering the dj a whole new tool box of scratch to paint their sound canvas with. pressed at maximum groove depths, sushi breaks keeps the needle where it’s supposed to be, so you can do your best work without interruption.
incl district one rmx!! marcus meinhardt is ready to rumble coming up with his new single in the ring a, after buenaz nochez, jerry lee and pacey lynn. the woman who just announced the uy 22 left the stage and with fast, accurate combinations marcus is in the in fight without clutching and persistence. on his conditional high, hes proceeding with his successful series and lands a few, perfectly placed, deep hits in the base area and still stays agile when it comes to headwork. he finally had the crowd on his side after he finished the fight early with the lucky punch. equal scenes on the other side in the ring b, where bart skils and anton pieete step up with a humbler beatfrequency. here, the dutch are able to build up an immense amount of pressure into their hook and into their right and… another lucky punch knocks down the enemy: k.o.
dustin zahn makes his album debut in march 2014 with the release of monolithson adam beyers drumcode label. gestating over a period of a four years during break from releasing original solo material, monoliths sees the minneapolis native capturing the full breadth of his production style in the long-player format for the first time. having become a mainstay of the drumcode line-ups for their berghain residency and beyond, the challenge was set for the berlin-based zahn to build upon the reputation he has established in the past decade-and-a-half since he first arrived on the scene, during which time he has also given a platform to artists such as dvs1, minilogue, psyk and truncate via his enemy records imprint.