limited repress! a huge classic is back! involve, as its name suggests, try to co-involve people with all the related activities of the label and their artists, creating a bi-directional sense of communication. in between two tendencies, involve collects the classics techno rhythms from detroit and berlin, being true to the origins seasoned with modern touches.
limited repress! amazing full cover version. involve records continues delivering some of the most exciting techno tunes. this time, label boss regal presents his first collaboration with one of belgiums most aclaimed talents, amelie lens. two original tracks and two remixes from the next generation of techno titans. four cuts that shape an ep that is about to became an instant dancefloor killer.
limited repress! regal lands once again in his very own etiquette with a powerful statement: >still raving<. a taste of his sound in a very particular way, one of his most personal records until date. techno with trance, rave and acid influences that converge in the four tracks that give shape to this ep. a solid proof of music being bigger than words.
limited repress. regal strikes back on involve records with a brand new collaboration, this time with acid head milton bradley a.k.a. alien rain. the record is another piece of the puzzle, where the label boss continues his exploration of the techno universe with the help of artists that inspire him. the 24th release of involve records sees regal and bradley go deep delivering hypnotic 303 basslines and hammering percussions that point directly to the dancefloor, with chopped vocals adding tension to each cut. >acid affair< combines the best of both producers giving birth to a renewed take on acid techno. the two-track ep looks back to the origins of the etiquette, without missing the freshness of both artists’ current sonic approach to club-focused music. one not to miss for quirky sound lovers.
repress of the acid bomb incl. fullcover! the label boss regal is back. the boy from madrid inflames the dance floor with a perfect mix of acid techno tracks. these three tracks that recall the techno trance of 90s. acid is the aswer - that moment of reaction and redemption, the answer to everything.
trave is a play on words that mixes the concepts >trance< and >rave< to create a new term which essence is the union of filosofies of the words that create the term. trance and rave go by unwritren precepts that prevail in interpersonal relations and in the own purpose of the actions taken place by its flags: peace, respect, freedom and unity. this is exactly what regal tries to expose with his music.
limited 2017 repress. regal is back on his own imprint with a 4 cuts powerful ep. two acid cuts, as couldnt be otherwise, plus two dark, but full of soul, techno tracks for the mental moment of the night.
limited 2017 repress. amazing again! after some time of silence, involve is back with a new ep from the label boss regal. this is a really personal ep where all the tracks work around the tb 303, telling a life story.
having earned himself the status as one of madrids hottest techno-exports, regal is back on figure with a special ep comprising both new works from him plus two creative re-interpretations by none other than radio slave. original and remix rub shoulders on the records a-side, both revolving around its enticing vocal hook. while regal employs a skipping beat and skittish percussion to conjure up an air of mystery, radioslave crawls down further the rabbits hole and uncovers the track’s slumbering lunatic qualities. on the flipside regal is back in full control, albeit this time operating in a framework a tad more housy than usual: snappy snares slice up the bubbling acid-line on the fast whirling while its eponymus vocal sample ironically asks ‘did you see it?’. equally aptly-titled slab barges right in, wielding hefty drums and a bassline that oozes groove out of every loop. as part of the digital release, the ep comes with another atmospheric radioslave-rework of from other sounds, leaning on the ambient and heavy on the subs
two of figures core artists combine their production forces on this release, presenting a fully fledged ep of their joint studio efforts. spanish azid-wizard regal teams up with len faki himself for some tracks that are as lively and versatile as they are effective and cut for the club.
rekids welcomes madrid-based producer regal to the label for the first time, with the long-awaited release of the figure/enemy records affiliates interpretations of ghetto kraviz. with the original named by fact magazine as one of the top 100 tracks of the decade so far, regals 303 and dub remixes have meanwhile been a recurring feature in the sets of djs including nina kraviz, who fell in love with them immediately upon being sent them last year, leading to their eventual release on matt edwards s recently re-launched imprint. the a-side sees the involve records boss turn in an jacking, acidic take, while on the flip, the dub version heads in a more classic techno direction, replete with pounding kicks and cathedral-filling reverb. these are two killer remixes have been going down a storm…!
on edge society welcomes back italys marco faraone for our third release. the >black air ep< features 2 original raw, stripped back club stompers that will sure rock any floor. black air also features two massive remixes from the likes of spains regal & flug. if your on the hunt for that memorizing this release is for you.
after a great debut on the label as part of the v/a release figure spc r, new spanish talent regal is fully welcomed to figure with his first ep. showing off his ear for a twisted acid line or two, regal provides three tracks on the vinyl edition of figure 62, and also a bonus burner for the digital realm.
after the success of the first ep, comes the remix ep signed by three great artists of the techno scene. thrive is remixed by two veterans: mark broom and pacou. mark makes a very attractive and more techno version of the original track. pacou shows a version completely different amazing breakbeat! pulzar is remixed by jeroen search, who is never wrong at the time! powerful second vinyl for this label.
dustin zahns >enemy records< imprint is back after a successful outing with newer contemporary artists such as secluded, sigha, and ray kajioka. >downfall< is the first new ep from the madrid-based producer. from the label who has introduced you to new breakthrough talents like truncate, psyk, and others, enemy is very pleased to introduce you to regal. starting off with the title track, >downfall< is a stompy club rocker lying somewhere between the lines of house and techno, already receiving a bunch of support from zahn and len faki!
nawlin dahlin sir stephen knows why the cajun bird sings. the homme of homage creates a time-trippin, style-hoppin virtual reality fantasy zone with his new lp house of regalia. 8 flava profiles to drop on yr tongue – from the brand new heavies-inspired, ndea-diva vocals by fleur de lis on >one x one<, to the cooltempo/rare groove take on new order, >dance for life<, to the underworld-weary born-and-raised slippy ripper >get wet<. hor is a lux layer cake of sister-soul mantras (i ll be pushin on!), acid jazz latte lounge breaks, jackin-the-black box piano house holds, thrown shades, fashion plates, and dizzy dancefloor dee-lites. this is music for dancers, pure n sample. limited edition 500 vinyl with luscious spencer longo x-scape cover art.
been impressed by his remix on wall of sound... i loved it. i also heard he won some remix competition. like a grammy, only not a grammy. the tracks he sent were amazing... but his hair, while being orange (no bonus) was not corn-rowed. while i argued vigorously that i had worked too long and hard building up turbo to see it go all >ginger<... von party defended the duke, saying it might show how open-minded we are. when i re-listened to the tracks i decided that it was well worth the risk. so.... what you now hold in your hand is the debut on turbo of duke dumont: the mysterious bad ass from the wrong-side of the tube, the hardboiled london underground pioneer who once had to eat a sampler to survive, the future of dance music, and the past of the future of dance music
it s time again for us to welcome another first timer to the second state roster: rocko garoni. having been label manager of sisyphon, in-house imprint of the acclaimed sisyphos club in berlin, garoni is no stranger to curating high quality records, and this time he gets to be curator of his own stunning detection ep. jumping in head first, detection , mischievous number that is equal parts vicious and cunning as it is sensual and inviting. provocative female whispers float over a beat sure to slay any crowd, any time. switching gears, garoni heads into houser territories on phaseful , where glimmers of classic house artifacts are scattered like flickering shimmers over an energetic drum illustration. coming up next is tragedy . it s low slung drums, vast spanning bass and sinister vocal declarations make it an ideal ambassador for the dark mysterious nights. wrapping up the ep is a huge rework of detection by regal, who churns out a burner by cranking up the tempo and tension with crisp drums and an undeniable classic rave leads sure to make the forefathers of techno proud. if it keeps up like this, we expect much more big things in the future from rocko garoni!
deluxe 2x12” full artwork gatefold, shrink-wrapped double vinyl package with printed inner sleeves and download card.
the recording sessions for rastrumentals took place over seven years, between são paulo and brixton, but the roots of the project stretch back to the arrival of digistep’s father in 1970s bristol. aged 18 he had almost nothing to his name, apart from his treasured vinyl collection. these records are still in the family, and have been invaluable in shaping dubkasm’s unique sound. rastrumentals combines samba instruments such as the cavaquinho, pandeiro and cuica with the work of some of the uk’s greatest reggae musicians.
the subject of music from memorys latest compilation focuses on suso saizs output as part of the group orquesta de las nubes, formed by suso saiz and percussionist pedro estevan when the two met whilst studying a course on techniques of contemporary composition in madrid.
next up on apollo is a stunning double header lp between crate-digger, dj and producer glenn astro and cologne dj and producer hodini aka hulk hodn. boasting out electronic explorations and jazz patterns, turquoise tortoise‘ is a masterful, unique concotion that infuses future soul experiments into detroit influenced house, broken beat and even technoid up tempo percussions rounded up with classic boom bap sounds.
- amazing and lovingly crafted box
- red colored vinyl in 180g
- strong limited numbers worldwide
- very special printed banderole
- each vinyl in a fullcover printed sleeve - more than 40 tunes - 10 vinyl -
“uncle tony’s coloring book” was originally released in 2007 and for years available exclusively on cd. since it s release, utcb gained a cult following, one that grew substantially after blockhead made the album available digitally in 2015. the demand increased for a proper vinyl release of the album and after 10 years it’s finally here.
young heavy souls has collaborated with blockhead to release “uncle tony’s coloring book” on a beautifully packaged double lp.
in memory of 15.03.2015. markus suckut, regal, simon haydo and blind observatory with remixes of andre kronert wad release. outstanding coverprint, shrinked and dj friendly 140g pressing. mastering and cut by cgb at dubplates and mastering.