repress! berg audio welcomes dust yard s first vinyl release. the ep entitled >choices< features the highly sought after >lux<, followed by >celest< as well as impeccable reworks from s.a.m. and vril. artwork by juli jah. don t sleep on this one!
attention b- stock- cover with seam split (on the border) - 2nd album by vril on delsin records. a deep excursion for mind and body, combining his trademark dub techno grooves with experimental ambient trips
VARIOUS TITLES (REMIXES BY FJAAK, MARCO FARAONE, VRIL, EDUARDO DE LA CALLE)
12" Vinyl D21.09.18
international deejay gigolo records presents a special package of remixes. this compilation of remix productions taken from dj hell s album -zukunftsmusik- are dedicated to the vinyl collectors. special edits of the remixes by fjaak, vril, marco faraone and eduardo de la calle have been produced to make this vinyl a unique tool.
the entirety of space, time, matter, energy, the physical laws and the constants – omniverse. three original tracks from vril plus a remix by his master’s voice. two mysterious identities. scattering sound waves.
session victims new label adventure pen & paper sets its sails with the boys first original track since their 2017 album listen to your heart. puzzle builds an intense groove from an array of mechanical and organic percussion and chunky 12 bit chordstabs over a haunted pad and noise backdrop. closing the a side, vril takes the tune far out into deserted wasteland, steering his drumloops over chilly soundscapes towards a lynchesque string horizon. with not one but two versions, iron curtis claims the flip all for himself and, well, excels, excels twice. b1 hits with everything a breakbeat can hit you with and it brings that exact kind of bassline along. euphoric retro arps flush everything into enigmatic breakdowns to bring it back out and further. mr curtis finally brings the record into classy house territory with his passagen mix, embedding the original in between a heavily bouncing rhythm and an irresistible string section. vital sales points: - new label by the infamous session victim - smashing remixes by vril (dystopian, giegling) and iron curtis (hudd traxx, frank music) extensive global promo + tour - vinyl only
IIIIIIIIIIIIII REWORKS (STERAC, VRIL, LEWIS FAUTZI, VSK, DJEDJOTRONIC RMXS)
12" Vinyl () D12.02.18
to differentiate between his solo dance-oriented work to the darker tones, kaczmarek aka paul ritch launched his new album titled iiiiiiiiiiiiii on october 30th on his fresh imprint kczmrk. kczmrk is definitely a more personal project for paul, helping him define a newly found darker and more genuine taste to produce electronic music, which would even the most demanding audience left surprised. kaczmareks immersive sounds on his debut album were highly supported by respected artists of the underground scene such as sterac, vril, lewis fautzi, vsk and djedjotronic, who will contribute reworks that will come out in a remix ep in february 2018. the 12inch is gently introduced with a sophisticated remix of iiiii by techno pioneer sterac aka steve rachmad, continuing with vril’s remix of iiiiiiiiii who delivers beautiful ambient tones in a euphoric travel of sound. the b side begins with emerging talent lewis fautzi and his iiiis remix in a deep and hypnotic cut, followed by the curtesy of vsk and djedjotronics remixes of iiiiiiiii. vsk sticks to the dark and hard forms of techno with glimmer of deeper and industrial sounds while djedjotronic enrich kaczmareks dark techno tones with some futuristic idm.
metempsychosis vinyl 001 invites you to the sonic soundscapes of tapefeed along with a remix by vril. here, we are presented with the unfolding of both legend and reality, abstract and matter, sound and touch. a journey, a mythical trip into the japanese tale of amaterasu, goddess of the sun and susanoo, god of chaos narrated through the literature of pulsing drum kicks, transcendental snares and atmospheric drones. through the evolution of the tracks we are invited to retrace the steps taken by the gods from the darkness, disorder and dismay created by susanoo to the lucidity, light and ultimate return of order as the gleaming amaterasu re-emerges from her cave. this story, visualised by sound is to be perceived through the unrestrained movement of your body, in the same way the dawn goddess ame-no-uzume danced, luring the sun back into the sky. here, we ask you to let go, abandon yourself and embrace the dawn at the end of the eclipse.
SPEAK OUT / RETREAT (VINYL ONLY / INCL VRIL & HENNING BAER RMXS)
12" Vinyl D21.11.16
rauh returns with a new ep from session restore. >speak out< which has been published on alan fitzpatricks fabric87 mix cd earlier this year founds its way on the vinyl including a remix by vril who put the original sound into a completely new architecture. the second track >retreat< combines dubby chords with a touch of acid and comes with a surprising hypnotic mix from henning baer.
trolldans once again opens its musical tome of fairy tales, this time featuring the gif-ted sound sculptor edanticonf. in his chapter of the trolldans volume, edanticonf presents us with the three crying fairies. it is a tale in four parts of desire and tears - as every good story should be. the first fairy tells us about a lake in the deep woods where a young princess called tuvstarr once lost her gold heart. no creature of the forest could convince the princess to let it go, and so she stayed there by the black lake until she turned into a beautiful flower. the second fairy tells us how the princess, before she lost her precious necklace, would ride like the wind through the forest on the back a grand elk. the princess loved the thrill and the elk loved the princess. vril steps in and actually lets us hear the noble elks heart racing from both the pace and his devotion to tuvstarr. the third fairy ends endanticonfs beautiful but melancholy tale with a glimmer of hope: by the darkest of lakes, the loveliest flo-wers grow. the end.
the first release of the new year for delsin records will be the new album from vril. vril debuted on the delsin-label with his excellent vortekz ep early in 2014, which came after releases on his family-label giegling and also semantica in previous years, and was followed up by the torus lp, a double 12inch on giegling affiliate forum. now hes back with his second full length. one day vril sat down in his station and suddenly a portal opened. thru a kind of timehole infinitive moments passed by. luckily he was able to capture a few of those to share with us. the portal closed. nothing was left, no questions. only this lp.
berghains marcel fengler presents the fifth installment in the clubs expanding mix series. marcel fengler has proved filling floors doesnt have to be about ticking boxes. the versatile mix is a perfect example of the type of dexterity, sensitivity and scope he possesses as a dj. these same attributes can be found in the work of the producers featured on this 12 sampler. a similarly dedicated dj and producer, peter van hoesens incredible axis mundi is a real modern opus. hoesens rich synth warblings and deep bass elements could raise hairs youd never even discovered before... talented duo reagenz aka move d and jonah sharp have had a productive year, and their exclusive track, the labyrinth, proves just that. leading us into a psychedelic dance of funk, dub and abstraction, this slow burning jam fits perfectly in the later stages of fenglers mix. the mysterious vril is behind the dirty, dusty releases appearing on the staub series from geigling. uv follows that convention in a pounding, searing filtered techno tool that explores many zones over its powerful 10 minute reign
this is the first part of staub (engl. dust) - a new series of giegling, which aims to release traditional techno music. dust because its about dusty tracks, if you consider the sound and the time of creation. the music of the first part is from 2003 and is produced by a guy, who disguises himself in the documents as vril. we discovered him in a secret subterranean archiv during the demolition of our hobby celler - the giegling. played and charted (top 7 , april 2010) by marcel dettmann (berlin)
niereich & xhei locked themselves in and produced two nice fat techno tunes while niereich was touring in south america. the result has now materialized on afultd. 54 and they also had the luck to add two great remixes by miss sunshine and joton ! enjoy and this will be released on 2-coloured vinyl
last copies arriving in january for a special price!
since it’s inception in 1991 on the streets of glasgow, soma records has stood for uncompromising quality of the highest level in every area it operates. stuart mcmillan & orde meikle formed slam during the acid house explosion in the late 80’s and then together with friends glenn gibbons & dave clarke they forged one of electronic music’s most widely known and well respected labels. with mcmillan & meikle as the figureheads with their slam project and influenced by the early detroit techno scene, soma quickly began to develop it’s own sound and with their eyes firmly fixed on a vision of the future, the team began the quest to instill their unquenchable thirst for electronic music into the world around them. soma quickly became an international brand as slam’s anthemic “positive education” brought about an electronic renaissance that saw the group thrust into the limelight and green lit the furious rise of the label.
limited edition 5x12 inch box set with illustrated vinyl sleeves, poster and stickers.
marking its ten-year anniversary dynamic reflection is set to release continuum, a collection of five uniquely intertwined ep’s. the special series commemorates the label’s roots, evolution and establishment and honors its residents and friends. continuum will feature twenty exclusive tracks from artists ranging from oscar mulero, steffi, deepbass, jeroen search and shifted to delta funktionen, abstract division, donato dozzy, mike parker and blawan. limited box set with 5 coloured vinyls.
tm404 & echologist (aka andreas tilliander and brendon moeller) return with their second collaboration, this time including a remix from another standout dub techno artist in vril. the infiltrated ep has two boomy, 4x4 rollers on the a-side, vrils broken-beat, ethereal version on the b1 and lastly the title-track, a twisted stream of grainy modulations.
a project 18 months in the making, marcel fengler presents a imf10, a three part compilation series detailing the past, present and future of his label index marcel fengler. part 2 focuses on the warmer and more soulful side of imf and features an outstanding array of artists making their debut for the label, all of which have a strong personal meaning to fengler. there’s fjaak, the exciting berlin trio he admires for their authentic identity and honest sound, a special shed remix of the enigmatic vril whose timeless productions continue to strike a chord with him, good friend eric cloutier who he has long wanted to get involved in imf and of course long-time label champion thomas hessler. viennas arthur robert a new face marcel discovered after he sent him tracks over facebook contributes a beautiful shimmering work to the compilation. highlighting this section of the project is the first azur track marcels new side project. he explains: ive always liked to be diverse with my music, but i also do’t want to confuse people. this is the reason why i decided to give my melodic side its own identity. my music under the marcel fengler name will go back to its roots and be more raw and rough in production terms. the final digital package will be complemented by a dj mix from thomas hessler comprised of tracks from imf10. stay tuned for parts 3 to follow, which includes originals and remixes by marcel fengler, sebastian kramer (aka redshape), luke slater, peter van hoesen and more.
we are living in precarious times. a senile, racist old man prone to temper tantrums has his tiny hands on the controls of the most powerful military machine the world has ever known. a handful of his (no less dangerous) international business associates and personal friends possess more collective wealth than the rest of us put together. the oceans and forests of the planet are dying slow deaths by asphyxiation, force fed 300 million tons of single use plastic garbage every year, and the temperature, both literal and rhetorical, rises the world over with each passing day.
rodhad’s debut album ‘anxious’ sees the artist step away from the dancefloor and further develop the narrative qualities of his beautiful soundscapes. it was the natural next step to present the sound he began cultivating with his recent eps “kinder der ringwelt” and “söhne der erde” as a full length lp. the experience the album is trying to convey is being thrown into a world that is ready to crush you.they have you with your back to the wall, and you are ready to give way to despair. will you be able fight back? how is it even possible? rodhad is the spearhead of a new generation of techno producers and djs. with his bass heavy grooves and dubby atmospheric soundscapes he is a sonic guide, knowing exactly where he wants to take the crowd, leading through the inexhaustible sounds of techno music in all its beauty and gloom. he fully immerses himself into the music, yet never loses himself. growing up in berlin’s rougher outskirts, as a teenager he was able to grasp the final flashings of berlin’s mythical nightlife of the 1990s at legendary places casino and ostgut. in the late 2000s the dystopian crew began their own series of parties and then the label with two seminal releases by rodhad, “1984” and “blindness”.
new years deal - a1 - luc marianni - six synthetic suites (anno stamm remix) berlin producer anstam’s remix of six synthetic suites is quite a trip. the producer has crafted a dubbed-out version, almost sub aquatic in its sound design, structured around a murky but driving techno beat on which he layers marianni’s sounds. exotic instruments, unusual timbres, daring melodies and even slapped bass: the contrast between these sounds and stamm’s grayscale groove is powerful. a2 vril - synthetic suite giegling artist vril uses samples from marianni’s six synthetic suites released in 1986 to produce this lovely slab of dub techno. carefully crafted, this track is all about soft edges, with a kind of blurry and hazy vibe that permeates it. a sense of motion is conveyed by the sparse but efficient rhythmic section, with chords and melodic elements giving the impression of floating. with much more contrast and complexity than it might seem at first listen, this is beyond your usual dub techno cut. b1 luc marianni - six synthetic suites (margaret dygas remix) also based in berlin, margaret dygas’ own remix of six synthetic suites is a deconstructed affair, built around a half step groove, ready to be used creatively in dj sets. somewhere between an ambient excursion and a more rhythmic jam, the producer uses a sparse palette of hallucinogenic, dizzying sounds with a dash of eerie darkness that gives this version a melancholic, unsettling nature. words by edouard isar.
black vinyl !! new eight track compilation for the tenth release on the delsin cameron series. taking in stronghold names as claro intelecto and vril, as well as former contributors to the series shlomo, artefakt and gunnar haslam. as has been the mission for the series before, theres eye for new talent too - in the names of recent delsin newcomer sentomea, the invariants and cameron. all contributors look beyond the dance floor to offer a mixture of moody and atmospheric sounds, which has resulted in a collection that covers so much stylistic ground.
clear vinyl !! new eight track compilation for the tenth release on the delsin cameron series. taking in stronghold names as claro intelecto and vril, as well as former contributors to the series shlomo, artefakt and gunnar haslam. as has been the mission for the series before, theres eye for new talent too - in the names of recent delsin newcomer sentomea, the invariants and cameron. all contributors look beyond the dance floor to offer a mixture of moody and atmospheric sounds, which has resulted in a collection that covers so much stylistic ground.
halocyan continue to plunge deeper into their originary technicity series which has already featured an ep by hackman backed up by remixers such as timo maas and kink. for their latest offering, the l.a coterie have enlisted the talents of the legendary german duo extrawelt and have backed them up with remixes from championed master of machines ulrich schnauss as well as joey beltram and giegling affiliate vril. extrawelt s breaking bricks remixes addition to halocyan s originary technicity series will be released across two separate volumes with ulrich schnauss interpretation and the two original mixes on the first and joey beltram and vril s revisions featuring on the second.
the new album! one of reggae’s emerging masters of reggae / dancehall & dubwise production, alborosie has honed his craft through the creaton of six studio albums (five for greensleeves). along the way, he has become the biggest selling european roots reggae artist. his latest album, -freedom & fyah- demonstrates his production skill and depth of feel with strong contemporary and authentic reggae jams. all tracks are produced by alborosie, with most of the songs mixed by the high renown james -bonzai- caruso. featured guests include ky-mani marley on the ballad and first single/video -life to me- and protoje, who have been just voted as best international artist by the riddim magazine readers, on the track -strolling- and reggae legends, the roots radics band with flabba holt on the track -everything- feat. pupa avril. stand out tracks include -poser- (which has chalked up already over 1 million youtube views) and -rocky road- which is up to 500k views.
enemy returns with another remix package including efforts from some of our favorite producers at the moment. this collective includes the crafty and credible sound of vril, the legendary steve bicknell, and house musics latest tastemakers mr. tophat and art alfie. getting the remix treatment this time around is dustin zahns 2014 comeback release, >new day rising<. monsieur tophat and his esteemed colleague art alfie surprised us by turning in a very dark and stompy techno rendition of >lost in rapture<. it goes without saying that this one is definitely geared towards the time of the night when things get a little weird. vril follows up with an excellent take on >new day rising< by keeping the tension for nearly three minutes before the reese-like bassline drops in and causes the track to evolve into a groove that demands instant attention. steve bicknell rounds out the package with the peak-time hammer! its relentless, heady, and undoubtedly bicknell! this one has >rave< written all over it.
after his standout debut ep on the label in 2012, nick sinna is now back on trusme s prime numbers label with three more searing techno tracks that come complete with a remix from vril. sinna is a manchester native with the citys rich musical heritage running through his veins. from d&b to hip hop and on to house and techno, he has a diverse array of influences but distills them all into his own rugged sound, often made using some authentic bits of hardware.
the index expands into its fourth chapter with a rich collection of tracks from key label artists marcel fengler, thomas hessler, echoplex and vril. label co-ordinator marcel fengler drops scion on the a1, a non-typical, deeper house-influenced jam with a floating, mind-melting soft-focus. abstract, crafty techno meets classic sunday-afternoon vibes in this unique offering. after his wonderful 4-tracker on imf003 promising talent thomas hessler continues his run with the melodic and stark journey track, the escaper. what is initially shrouded in mystery and melancholy opens up into a funky, us vs. uk-styled workout, snapping snares and reduced percussion driving the meandering synth theme. echoplex, who graced imf002, also returns with a suitably trippy and percussive number, entitled the relapse. building into a bleepy, freaky, acidic killer, complete with some cleverly deployed rave vocal samples, filtering in and out of the fluffy aesthetic, the long-serving polish master is still on top form. going for impact and stand-out sound design, vril offers thronwagen, a mesmerising arrangement of synth layers, classic techno stabs and overlapping themes. already well-known for his powerful drums and bottom end control, this more musical piece goes a long way to showcase some of the german producers many other talents.