the library vultures return with volume 4 of their mischievous archive-music cut ups. keeping up with the commodore reworks a 1980s australian tv jingle encouraging us to embrace the incredible spread-sheeting powers of the new commodore 64. on the flip whatever happened to the hippies? layers vintage counter culture documentary footage and a chunky beck / fatboy beat, over an instrumental sit com cue that wouldn t sound out of place in the background of cheers.
als in den späten 80er jahren die ersten outdoor-trance-partys im indischen bundesstaat goa stattfanden, hätte niemand gedacht, dass sich dieser trend so lange halten bzw. weiterentwickeln würde. kaum eine andere dance-szene in europa hat ein größeres zusammengehörigkeitsgefühl als die goa-szene. hier wird musik und alles, was damit zusammenhängt, noch gelebt. zu keinem genre gibt es eine ausgeprägtere und besser entwickelte underground-partyszene, in zahlreichen foren und communitys stehen die fans in regem kontakt. ständig finden kleinere veranstaltungen statt, und im sommer sind die großen festivals und partys wie waldfrieden wonderland, vuuv festival, alice im wummerland oder psy-purgisnacht immer ausverkauft.
the single will be released on the same day as the mix cd “the orb chronicles” (20 years shitkatapult) to celebrate the berlin label that debuted artists like t.raumschmiere, apparat or phon.o. the single carries catalogue number 165 and features the kick off mix-track on b-side and an exclusive club track by the orb on a side.
played by raresh !!
politics of dancing records celebrate their 3rd anniversary with two vinyl only releases and a digital compilation of unreleased tracks from a pretty impressive line up of confirmed and up and coming producers. this is the second vinyl only part to be released, with another 4 tracks of serious cutting edge underground house music. io (mulen) , chris carrier, john jastszebski and tommy vicari jnr are on the line up and it s been highly supported by raresh, d julz, apollonia and djebali among others. io (mulen) opens up with a classy 8 minutes floor killer with a fat rolling bass and funky stabs, chris carrier goes deep space for good with jazzy drums and killer effects. on the b side, john jastszebski gives us a masterful deep dub techno lesson, and the prolific and versatile tommy vicari jnr closes with style, on a smooth and elegant deep house cut. another top notch 4 tracker from politics of dancing records.
i discovered benoit b through his own label - banlieue records. he’s part of a new breed of young french producers who make music without any hang-ups and that are inspired by the entire history of house and techno and everything in-between. i liked the combination of club beats with a deep, super melodic approach. the 6 tracks featured here almost make up an entire album that reflects benoit’s skills and sense of production. everything is here -from ambient experiments to heavyweight club tracks and beyond. here, bear witness to the new sound of france (even though he lives in berlin!)
52 minutes music! on stiff little spinners vol. 8 this is proven once again with seven exclusive tracks by thomas atzmann, rampue, kalipo, krink, paradise hippies, gimmix and monopohl. the eighth edition of the stiff little spinners compilation is ready for the next demolition party with a mix of modern deep house, slow jams & dreamy techno future classics
as a first follow up to his acclaimed 2012 jr plankton release, plankton teamed up with robert defcon and produced an astounding collage of european and afroamerican sounds, vocals and rhythms, both psychedelic and bass heavy. licensed to groove, the 5 tracks on oh babe merge the sonically improbable – highlighted by the artificial landscape of armin linkes cover photo and max da artwork. when krauts rausch (german for intoxication or noise) you know theyre onto a winner: the fresh new release opens with a sizzling drone ascending the throne of psychedelic sequencer rock. the title tune oh babe injects screwed, subtly lewd funk vocals into a slo-mo, yet ecstatic disco anthem, underscored by a pulsating filter funk bass, while bass n hippies and get up fuse deep progrock killer grooves with raunchy vocoder rap and funky turntable scratching, which will have you on your feet for sure. after a night out dancing, the final track, jealousy, evokes a scenery of solitary paranoia, both chilled out and chilling. defcon and plankton are connected by years of friendship and a dedication to minimalistic grooves and collage techniques in the tradition of stockhausen and can and the turntable and sampling culture of early hip hop.
nice price deal !!! dennis busch is an artist who is well-known to all pingipung fans for his >james din a4< contributions to our catalogue. this man of many faces has also developed a reputation as visual artist. therefore he decides to present his music under the same name: dennis busch - which we think might be his real one. dennis busch has delivered an enormous output of odd, melodic techno tracks in the last decade – mostly on his own now unfortunately vanished esel imprint (this means donkey).
comes with code for free mp3 download of the full album.
when primal scream s exterminator – or xtrmntr – came out in 2000 as the last album on alan mcgee s legendary creation records it made quite a stir. mcgee must have told the scream to let the label go out with a bang , and boy did they deliver.