future music from new kanada s frontman adam marshall. sometimes its hard to categorize certain tracks and these ones are from outa space. it reminds me a lot of the time when we all discovered the first playhouse records from isolee, losoul and soylent green. magic moments which at first listen maybe not seem to work on the dancefloor because they are too challenging, but if you find the right moment they gonna work wonder…tip!
esalo ep is a needle-shaped surface structure where vibrations are made of single-crystal silicon and have a low-frequency shelf. the main feature is an increased absorption of black-light halos and dusky light emissions.
thermo acoustics is the area of sound that seeks to reconcile the laws of sinuous audio strands with the existence of black hole event horizons. much as the study of the statistical mechanics of body radiation led to the experience of quantum sub dynamics, the effort to understand the statistical mechanics of bass has had a deep impact upon the understanding of holographic principle, leading to the formulation of these tracks.
pressing on transparent, red coloured & smokey marbled vinyl.
new kanada welcomes londons bob bhamra into the chamber, with this two-track breaker from his west norwood cassette library (wncl) guise. >say what?< is a broken sub workout, with a strong nod to the hardcore continuum. distant alarms, aggressive drums, and deep bass drops make this a floor-killer for all sound camps. >flashlight< is an aqueous solution of damp funk that will resonate the head and drop the lights. gaseous and moody. on the flip is a slow burner remix of >flashlight< by adam marshall - sitting somewhere between tired breaks and acid reggae. 11 minutes of moog.
exposed within the interior of these tracks are a variety of intrusive and extrusive igneous structures. they include the extensive hydrothermal alteration of rhyolites and gabbros and a central megabreccia created by hydrothermal dissolution and collapse. the siliceous megabreccia is at least 40m thick in its center - to only a few meters thick along its edges. the breccia consists of fragments of white to dark gray cherty material, quartz-rich bass, diagenetic clap nodules, and stromatolitic snares. it is intensively silicified.
chaos is a tough, ny-house jam with 909 trim. first 3 minutes for the mix, then ending up just north of hypnotic bell house. strictly for the floor. memphis is a broken shell of a sampled break, worked and loaded under matt maaskants emotive freestyling on a concertmate mg-1. trace is the wandering groove of an excited arpeggiator, after the drum machine has left the building.
new kanada enters the fall 2012 season with some dark angular acidic house. black and medleys >roll the dice< - featuring the voice of rosina – is an old-school blend of disco, ny house and classic toronto warehouse vibes. slightly acidic, with its bubbling juno bassline – and slightly techno with the driving, repetitive beat – this house track should rock the deepest of dancefloors. file somewhere between henry street and early adonis. 5am - no earlier. for the flipside, adam marshall sits down at the controls for a clinical, tight, stripped-down scrubbing, turning the original into a late-night fear edit. broken, diffused drums and lots of black empty space in this one. the lights go out – blackout.
new kanada enters the third season with two white hot electronic tracks. >white mouse< is an acidic stormer which winds its way from old-school house - into serious dark club territory. with a shifting, swinging bassline, tough metallic toms and some killer drops - this one is a weapon in the mix. sounds like tevo howard meets luke slater. kind of. >spectrum< is deep, digital radio dub floats freely - somewhere between baby ford and a broken fm receiver. drifting melodies, haunted white noise and serious house beat. a track for late night driving, and early morning warmth.
nice price deal !!! powerful track excursions from adam marshall. >bass tracking< is a raw, throbbing techno bounce with jamming claps and a grizzled analog bassline that will tear out the speakers. >holding down<, and the alternative beatless version are trusted mixing weapons for early mornings or dark, heavy nights.
new kanada wades deep into the white waters of bass for this black summerdub. >my best dress< is a tough, confident jacker with awesome, mystic vocals by rosina of lal. 808 thumps, moog whispers, and a serious cr78 swing – nicholas murray (aka murr) really massages the mixing board on this one, and the resulting production shimmers with unexpected aggression. adams remix extends the raw groove into a 12-minute journey that beats the wooden floorboards into pleasant submission. disco hats, b52 bass lines and suburban base drops – the new feel for the old style. new kanada goes blue.
new kanada enters the emerging spring season with two cuts of hope and despair. on the a-side, adam marshall drops >vamp< - a 12-minute modal jazz monster that winds its way from a bass heavy dub to an swirling psychedelic quilt of sound. dripping modular sequences for girls in white. on the flip, nk presents a cut from toronto-based matt maaskant. >outside the cave< was recorded in his fathers grain silo in northern ontario and evokes smokey post-club memories. murrs delicate, gorgeous mix-down freezes the track into an example of fragile beauty - complete with fuzz clicks, choir ensemble and a deep 808 kick. burial meets bon iver. we are really feeling this one. music to fall out of love to. limited to 250 copies - clear red vinyl edition.
new kanada hits the quarter century mark with a long, subtle 10-minute analogue jam session. with milosh (plug research/k7) on vocals and melodies, and adam on the mixing desk - the single sided vinyl release is made for the long mix. a real slow burner that climaxes with an emotional payoff at the 5 minute mark. gavin russom meets talk talk. red, yellow and orange.
no stranger to straight up, tracky techno - the cuts on adam marshall’s third cynosure release are pure evidence of his familiarity with the genre. >searching< on side a is the slick, dj-friendly, jacker - reminiscent of detroits early sound. a relentless, but never tiring, deep analog bass sequence backed with marshalls signature grooves are the recipe here. killer just about sums it up. on the flip, >jamming the unit< is another tracky workout designed for the long-mix, followed by the kick-less basic channel-influenced builder, entitled >champion<. a perfect weapon in any techno set. yes, another timeless, ace of an ep - packed with mix appeal from adam marshall… order now!
new kanada is honored to have the awesome murr (aka nicholas murray) take the reins on the next release. dusty drums, worn-out pads and a deep respect for the early beatsmiths, nick always creates an atmosphere in his tracks that is definitely not the flavor of the month - but rather the taste of the year. on the a-side, >noise in< is a tough dusty jacker, that builds from a tight dub intoa shimmering melodic bomb. feels like early transmat, late gherkin, or an americanized lfo. shuffle, simmer, and slam. the second cut on the a-side, >broken glass<, is a slamming ode to the sp1200. beats swung hard, percussion rattling the kilter way off, and a suffocating groove. watch out - the shards are sharp. on the b-side, marshall reshapes the original >noise in< into a brutal example of a tough mixing tool. heavy, pulsing basslines and an incessant jack groove. this one should move the floor. red, yellow and orange. rockit!
cynosure flag ship artist and label navigator mike shannon reaches into his archives and selects the much-anticipated “the box ep.” “the box is open” was always a highlight of many of mr.shannon’s dj sessions and live acts. this cut delivers nostalgic, old school of detroit, soulful, techno jack. a ton to digest there but there really is no other way to sum it up. adam marshall graces the ep with a stormer of a remix. taking things a step further, adam really explores a different use of the chords given to you in the original. a smooth kicking set of drums and ever elevating sequences of synth keep you on your toes never really knowing exactly when things will drop. definitely a production trait that adam is best known for and it never fails on the floor. howie mangel
ricardo villalobos playlist!! the endless white of the far north. the opening melodies of adam marshalls >north at night< can be heard faintly over the whistling wind. a small black dot appears at the centre of the distant horizon. at first it appears to be still, but gradually we recognize movement. over the next few minutes the shape begins to grow until it has defined the image of a man walking towards us. as he approaches, the music grows clearer. like the warmth of the first sunlight >rose mountain< radiates its glow through the use of a flurry of rhodes electric piano chords. adams signature percussion permeates the dub and binds its elements into an infectious groove. >mfb flex< is the counter balance to the organic flow of the other cuts and molts the warmth into a techno roller designed for the long player mix. marshall said… >ive long been intrigued by that incredible tapestry of tundra and taiga which constitutes the arctic and sub arctic of our country. ive read about it, written about it and even pulled up my parka once and gone there, yet, like all but a very few canadians, ive had no real experience of the north. ive remained, of necessity, an outsider. and the north has remained for me a convenient place to dream about, spin tall tales about, and in the end, avoid<
>fables and fairytales< is a deep, dark and aggressive cut of acid house from toronto-based producer murr, featuring the voice of rosina. with a vocal chorus that begs a closer listen - to the kind of bassline you’ll be humming hours after the club, this piece of lfo tech-funk brings adonis, kate bush and pal joey into the same room and melts them into one shining pitch black gem. a perfect anthem for a jamming summer night. on the b side, adam marshall stretches the loops and dubs the jazz deep into acidic house and dark techno territory.
killer modern house from depths of deep space. adam marshalls original mix takes swinging chicago drums and paints them a dark black, while chord stabs morph and evolve in a tough, organic style on this 11-minute journey. mike shannons impressive re-working tightens everything up and funks the hell out of the groove with sizzling dry hats, sub-bass ruminations, and one serious breakdown. one of his best remixes yet by far. both are serious club killers
new kanadas adam marshall delivers a stunning peak-hour track with obvious inspiration from old school detroit techno and classik chicago house. >kokane< begins as a tightly wound minimal house groove with precise, pounding percussion and heavily swung jack. after the 3:30 mark the track gives way glistening synth chords which shine through the darkness transporting the cut into carl craig-ish jazz territory. on the flip, montreals ernesto ferreyra mutek, cynosure brings a south american flavour to the remix and takes the dancefloor oddessy deep into the chilean canyons. a late night mixing tool for the djs. lastly, we find the outro called >moonlight chills< on the second cut of side b. ambient and lush, this one is for the late night detroit highways. mojo and the darkness along i75! a deep ending to a very personal journey.
unique and strong well rounded ep from one of the leaders of canada’s electronic music community, adam marshall. the title track has been running through the dj circuit for some time now and has been causing some serious damage amongst some of the biggest names. with its sexy metallic cords and infectious rounded crescendo, it builds up to release a true form of energy that will leave any being hungry for more. reminiscent of works released on labels such as get physical, wagon repair, or mobilee. three more tracks between minimal and house packed with heavy funk.
new kanada follows up adam marshalls >black snow ep< (nk01) with a killer set of remixes from the hottest canadian talent this side of berlin. the a-side is a seriously advanced workout of minimal funk from cynosures mike shannon, who remixes >black snow< into a stripped-down house groove. on the b-side, we have jeremy p. caulfields treatment of >mission<, which continues into the dark and precise mood set up so well on his dumb-unit imprint. ending things on b2 is j. hunsbergers delicate and beautiful rework of >hot spring<. jay spices things up a little with vocal snippets and rocked-out drums, and hints at the sounds he just unleashed on steve bugs audiomatique label<
ew kanada presents its premier release from toronto s adam marshall. hot on the heels of his remote culture ep on mike shannon s cynosure imprint, adam continues to push the boundaries between soulful techno and minimal house. dark, heavy bass lines reminiscent of the early get physical sound combine with berlin-style chord stabs and baby ford-esque funk to create a strong ep of advanced dance floor style
for our 10th release, we have compiled a double-vinyl package featuring various artists who hail from our hometown of toronto. with music from veteran and new names in equal measure, the collection is as diverse as the city’s influences. the common thread throughout — and the ethos of our label — is dance music with a future-facing bent.
new kanada enters the year of darkness with two cuts of techno that go straight for the throat. raw house music for mixers, jackers, and people of ill repute everywhere. side a features a slamming remix of murr’s “stay” track by adam marshall. murr’s original moog bassline gets jacked into a dj-friendly mix weapon of the highest calibre. 10+ minutes of erratic hats, swung snares and some weird noises that would do octave one proud. sibe b is a homage to our favourite analog mixer of days gone by - the numark dm1950. mood edit embraces the chaos of chicago house, and the class of new york city in this long playing dub tool that will be sure to evoke fear in the legs - and passion somewhere inbetween. complete with off kilter bassline, counterpoint bump, and a long deep mix for the heads.
incl adam marshall remix !!! new rekids signings santé and steffen herb drop club bomb >supervision<. radio slave was headline guest at chateau knarz in ulm, germany when the resident ended his set with this track… it was signed on the spot. the track has been destroying crowds around
unglaublich starkes debut von seth troxler auf crosstown rebels. der detroiter, jetzt aber in berlin lebend bringt neuen schwung in die tech- house szene. komplettiert wird dieses debut mit einem adam marshall und einem par grindvik remix. riesensupport von ewan perason, troy pierce, loco dice, tiefschwarz, sebo k, slam, jamie jones.
pps work tends toward richly textured, dub-influenced sounds, these are built for the dancefloor on base of live instruments w/disco & post-rock. b f/adam marshall (killer, deep night, antenna) retooling the source w/the dj in mind. 4 very long tracks. ltd 500 w/screened covers
grandiose fabric-ausgabe der berliner djane oesterreichisch-karibischer abstammung, cassy, die sich mit vier festen dj-residenzen in den top-clubs panorama bar/berlin, rex/paris, trouw/amsterdam und output/nyc einen kultstatus in der house-szene erspielt hat. nach mix-cds fuer cocoon und panorama bar serviert uns cassy ihren rohen, unverfälschten house-sound in einem trickreich-komplexen mixset von reduziertem hedonismus und herzlichern aufrichtigkeit.
time warp compilation - exclusiv gemixt von einer der schillernsten figuren in der techno-szene: dj rush! und ebenso farbenfroh bedient er sich hier an den verschiedensten styles.mal kommt er entspannt housig daher, dann aber gehts wieder mit hartem acid rush zur sache!