LONG WAY HOME (ANDRE LODEMANN & FABIAN DIKOF, FRED, IAN POOLEY, LAUER AKAI MIXES)
12" Vinyl UKPre sale
taken from his critically acclaimed new lp long way home, lazy days s main man invites three a-list producers to revisit some of the highlights from the album. andre lodemann & fabian dikof give by day feat. sio a techier and deeper mood. perfect for those late hours of the night. ian pooley brings his classic sound to silverlight featuring jinadu while lauer explores the balearic side of wherever you go. there s also an additional reversion of by day by fred, taking the track in completely different world than his broken beat original.
over the last decade andre lodemann, a regular in the worldwide underground dancescene has released on many prolific labels incl. freerange, room with a view, dftd and innervisions. come 2018 lodemann is now releasing his album the deeper you go on his own label best works records. he started working on it in 2012, taking his time for his emotional artistic approach with a lot of attention to detail. the album successfully walks the imaginary spectrum of deep house, tech house and techno also taking dives into other waters. where his previous longplayer fragments was a compilation of past works, the deeper you go is his first artist album containing everything a listener would want to hear both in a club and at home. you can feel that the tracks where created out of the same mold. theres a mood, a common thread and a story through the works.the album is dark in a subtle way and yet has that positive vibe and aggressiveness to it. the deeper you go is mostly instrumental with two features by the british singer and songwriter huw costin, bandleader of torn sail.
best works records is back with a new offering from spanish artist luis junior. the two new tracks -ipsum- & “2db2” come with remixes by the production duo andre lodemann & fabian dikof aswell as one from italian shooting stars stereocalypse.
luis junior’s track -ipsum- continues to play with a slight spa-nish flair reminiscent of his previous output with us. “2db2” offers some more floor-ruffness and technoid play.
as remixers we are really happy to have stereocalypse on board, some might know their amazing work for whomadewho. for the second remix label-head andre lodemann joins best works records artist fabian dikof for their second remix collab after the success of their compuphonic remix.
for our next release we welcome back two of hamburg’s finest and most recent international exports: adana twins. last seen on our latest various artists compilation, the duo returns with three absolutely stunning tracks of low slung, infectious cuts blurring the lines between house and techno with an undeniable brush stroke of character the two are quickly becoming synonymous for. ‘flower of cane’ kicks things off in an almost sinister fashion with massive low end bursts and a fever inducing, single note that never stops rising culminating in a climactic crescendo of dance floor euphoria while ‘ortus’ takes a much more ‘up-beat’ approach with dreamy arpeggios and shimmering atmospherics laid over a pulsing bassline resulting in a gorgeous number ideal for a number of memorable moments. wrapping up the originals is the guaranteed summer anthem: ‘relentless fest. jeppe kjellberg’ where sultry vocals and lush aural artifacts launch sensations to uncharted new heights. not done yet, we asked none other than the brilliant andre lodemann to create his revision of ‘relentless feat. jeep kjellberg’ and he, as always, delivered big time. with not only one but two solid reworks of the original lodemann’s remixes need no description other than there is a vocal and a dub version to satisfy any dj’s sensibility. we hope you enjoy.
best works records label-owner andré lodemann is back with a new long-awaited ep on his imprint. it is the 20th release on the label. for this “birth” ep andré personally enlisted non-other than swiss duo adriatique for their remix skills aswell as new-comer producer fabian dikof. andré’s track “birth” creates contrasts using african-drumming inspired styles paired with techy-beat pro-gramming. starting more on a minimal tip the track works its self up to high-tension climaxing with an emotional break keeping the deeper moments intact. adriatique created a faster more club-orientated ver-sion paring the more hooky parts of the original with beat-sythn elements giving the track a more tribal feel. the second remix featured here come’s via fabian dikof the second main artist on best works records. it s great to have him remix andré lodemann at last presenting his masterful skills. fabian took a different path in his remix working more on the melodic hook but also creating a warm bass-laden soundscape that loves the dance-floor in its own right.
andre lodemann is a highly regarded producer from berlin whose debut release dropped in 2004 on mike grant s legendary moods & grooves label. last year saw andre lodemann release his innervisions debut leaving the comfort zone ep. he has remixed for labels such as innervisions, buzzin fly, poker flat and rebirth. squares is a brand new side-project from fish go deep, focusing on completely hardware-based productions and slightly more experimental, left field deep house. tony lionni continues to impress following his osgut ton smash found a place (which continues to drive dance floors into a frenzy worldwide) with releases on versatile, mule, wave and madhouse.
FRAGMENTS - WHERE ARE YOU NOW? (JIMPSTER / RIPPERTON RMXS)
12" Vinyl D11.06.12
>where are you now< was originally released in 2009 as the second release on best works records. a track in which lodemanns 90ies house-music knowledge is combined with the sounds of today always keeping the equilibrium between a classic american house-feel and berlin-ortientated somewhat minimal influence. of course the track also clearly shows lodemanns typical dramatic changes. the track became an underground hit over the years with a lot of people doing their own edits. we decided to re-release it with some remixes by some of our favorite artists incl. jimpster and ripperton. both managed to interpret the original vibe in their own way.
this is the second vinyl teaser for the upcoming andre lodemann album fragments which is to be released in may 2012. the album will contain both original material and remixes produced by andre lodemann. this ep selection features two brand new original tracks going to the core feat. nathalie claude and unknown desire as well as a vinyl first dont panic. while going to the core, spoken word track, starts of with a focused sample-groove that then unleashes unknown emotional depths. the epic slow-burner unknown desire takes a different path pairing a funky groove with a melancholic touch. dont panic clearly has a jazzy feeling to it avoiding clichés. all tracks bear the lodemann typical production style creating a special emotional ride
this is the first vinyl teaser for the upcoming andre lodemann album fragments which is to be released in may 2012. the album contains both original material and remixes produced by andre lodemann.Ê this ep selection features brand new remixes for the south african house group liquideep and the charles webster produced january tuesday both 2012 releases. lodemanns edit for lusines two dots was originally done for private use. now it found its way to a release. lodemanns mes remix was somewhat overlooked and now receives proper support here. all tracks bear lodemann typical production style creating an epic emotional ride
room with a view never stands still with another killer 4 tracker. the second installment of the midnight circle lullabies serie of 2011 is offering a serious bunch of tracks once again... support from jimpster, dj sneak, djulz, manik, slam, kink, scope, lovebirds, trevor jackson, nuno dos santos, tim paris, kolombo
CHANGED - SOULCLAP , ANDRE LODEMANN, JOHN TALABOT RMXS
12" Vinyl D26.04.11
future classic have gone back to their deep house roots with >changed< by mario & vidis. they have also invited their friends andre lodemann, john talabot, soul clap, jozif and softwar to grab their pianos, drum machines and string ensembles for remixes. mario and vidis are two gentlemen from lithuania
what a journey! well, these guys have been around for a while- they have gone through: rave, jazz, krautrock, garage, detroit, house, hip-hop, disco, folk, dubstep, electronica, funk, punk, wave, chicago house, handmade music and soul. all those nights at clubs, the records, the shelves, the dirt in the second-hand record shops, the stacked audio- and studio magazines in their toilets or elsewhere in the house, the hours spent making their own radio-shows, hundreds of hotels checked in and out of, dozens of sound-checks done. last but not least, the revivals, the subgenres, the fusion - well these peeps have given real influential input into some of these (sub)genres in the past. >lovin< is the second single release of the upcoming >alex and the grizzly< album which is due out in april 2011. alex barck is on the vocals together with lois longerling, who is known for her work with dollkraut. andre lodemann delivers a smart remix giving the tune his trade-mark sound and putting onto the house-dancefloors. prommer and barck are on tour with their own live show.
after releases on several other labels such as room with a view, freerange - and remixes for omar, phonique, tracey thorn, darko esser, etc. andre lodemann returns to his own label with his 4th release.
rumours were floating around and in forums people were chatting about when henrik schwarz remix will be officially out for quite some time. first is henrik schwarz sought after remix for feeling you which was recently licensed to the next fabric cd, mixed by dj t. lay it down is a beautiful rework by andré lodemann with smooth pads and discoid sample stabs, while >your mess< gets a strong 303 acid flavour in the remix from compost record s show-b. finally we have a deep trippy mix by triad, who usually do proper broken beats and who now did their first steps in house music with a dope remix of stylin
VEHEMENCE OF SILENCE / MOTOR CITY DRUM ENSEMBLE RMX
12" Vinyl D23.09.09
andré decided spontaneously to record fresh material especially for the label, more than 6 months before our fi rst release. this says a lot about the common trust that was born that day, much before the hype surrounding the man. the result of this saw the light some weeks later in the form of vehemence of silence, a track of indeniable power which breathes long years of djing & berlin afterhours as much as uncovering close impressions of andré’s emotional outcome. this is what made me feel that track like a whisper to my body & soul and what makes me so proud to release it today… more than 10 months down the line, andré improved it, tested it on the fl oor till a fi nal club listening session in the middle of the berghain dancefl oor where we both knew it was ready to be shared… this special track needed of course outstanding alternative perspectives and it didnt take me long to propose my old friend danilo plessow amongst andrés favorites to give it his magic : motor city drum ensembles version translates an unexpected techno jam reminiscent of the best early soma days. the ep is completed by a second original called dark edge, a sophisticated & raw deep house joint. a&r and words by dairmount
andre lodemann has managed to create his own musical language by producing a very emotional psychodelic deep sound-tapestry. both tracks have very contrasting elements and surprising arrangements combining e.g. piano harmonies with dark aggressive alarm-signals. thriller meets drama
dies ist der erste release von best works records aus berlin. im original kombiniert andré lodermann analoge wärme mit digitalen skills während der deepe charles webster mix hypnotisierend alle aufmerksamkeit auf sich zieht. super start
andrés first release for simple records >wanna feel< is all about the resonant, hypnotic bassline that steadily opens out to reveal more layers of harmony. little sounds and licks of melody dance around the bass whilst strings and stabs build the hook into one big crescendo. brooks melancholic strings, cleverly cut up the bassline and an eerie soundscape pushes the vibe of the original into a darker more sinister techno place….this is the lights out, heads down, touch me in the dark kind of groove that we love! finally >move< is an absorbing and patient deep house gem. plunging into a backdrop of prodded keys that subtly shift in shape and tone, a central synth melody climbs to euphoric climax before retiring back to waves of throbbing bass and rolling percussive loops
taken from their award winning album >fabrics of the heart<, the soulful duo liquideep returns with another sizzler - >feel it< remixes.
featuring their favorite and europes finest djs & producers stimming (germany), shur-i-kan (uk) and andre lodemann (germany) dishing out hot remixes for your pleasure.
the mysterious hyneah is giving his debut on objektivity, coming with two original tracks and a stunning andre lodemann remix. title mami wata has been premiered by andré hommen in his boiler room berlin set and received a massive track-id wave from all over the internet. the african vibe throughout both originals is coming even stronger on ‚soak it which includes vocals by the amazing nonku. last but not least, andre lodemann s remix is a masterpiece on it s own and completes the package perfectly. the vinyl has the exclusive andre lodemann instrumental which is not available digitally.
long awaited repress! after their highly acclaimed new moon kerberos which was the legendary number 100 of the systematic catalogue stephan bodzin and marc romboy return with one of their biggest track ever: atlas! the package of remixers couldnt be more massive: diynamics wonder boys adriatique, innervisions andre lodemann and running back/permanent vacation future disco super duo tuff city kids!
ltd 5 lp box set
june 2016 sees freerange records celebrate 20 years at the top. the label, run by jamie ‘jimpster’ odell and tom roberts, is marking the occasion with the summer release of a carefully curated and lovingly assembled 20 track, five vinyl box set featuring exclusive new music from associates old and new, as well as with a worldwide events series. over the last two decades, generations of djs and dancers have gotten down to the freerange sound
nach renaissance, seinem letztjährigen debüt, ist rafael da cruz aus köln zurück mit seiner zweiten black label 12inch. diesmal überzeugt er düster und treibend mit rex, mit einem unglaublichen remix von edgar peng und einer epischen version von andre lodemann, welcher in den letzten wochen bereits viel support von tastemakern wie Âme, dixon, sandrino und mehr erhielt. 2015 war ein super jahr für rafael da cruz. er tourte durch südamerika, thailand, indien und europa und spielt in legendären clubs wir d-edge, warung and watergate. seit fast drei jahren betreibt er mit right to love seine eigene clubnacht im bekannten und wohl unangefochten besten clubs kölns, dem gewölbe. die geschichte geht weiter und dieses kapitel heißt rex.
die suol label-bosse chopstick & johnjon melden sich mit der zweiten single-auskopplung ihres aktuellen albums -twelve- zurück! der album-opener -run slowly- ist ein intensiver track mit viel seele und einem brückenschlag zwischen elektronischen und akustischen sounds. eine dicht gelayerte gitarre und stringharmonien, perfekt abgestimmt auf chris james melancholischen gesang, kreieren ein emotionales hörerlebnis, ohne dabei das dancefloor-potential zu opfern. hinzu kommen remixes von andré lodemann, few nolder und quarion.
THE HOT FIVE REMIXES PART 2 (BAREM, PATRICK CHARDRONNET REMIX)
12" Vinyl D21.01.13
special remarks: 12 with inside/out sleeve, artwork within the scope of our hot five compilation, that is now available on a double cd, we have decided to have a few of our uy-back stock-catalogue numbers remixed and to carve them into vinyl.
alex niggemanns 2012-defining long player paranoid funk dropped in june to a rapturous response from djs, dancers and home listeners alike. here, poker flat recordings revisits some of the exceptional highlights of that record, and deliver a remix package sure to be as equally sought-after by those in the know. ‘paranoid funk saw the berlin resident explore a variety of grooves and textures, an experiment that won him many new admirers and a great deal of critical acclaim
the latest bomb from the trunkfunk records arsenal, march of no coincidence, comes courtesy of swedish artist collective uniforms for the dedicated. their multi-faceted multi-media output is a playground of fashion design, film, art and music, with the aim of fostering interplay through shared collections. >march of no coincidence< is no exception, providing the inspiration for their brand new single, their latest fashion collection, and the cutting-edge video that unites the two. jonas rathsman of stuffa and nils krogh of genius of time are at the production controls of >march of no coincidence<, in collaboration with maria nordström, former lead singer of the zeigeist…
derived from the french joujou, juju refers to the supernatural power ascribed to an object, or fetish. in black coffees >juju<, the woman is his muse, the driving force of his uncontrollable desire. having recently won the african music award for >best video<, the sama for best album of 2009, and the world record for longest dj set of all time, black coffee returns to present >juju< on citydeep music, with a fresh batch of international remixes by the likes of halo & atjazz, andre lodemann, marques wyatt, and even more. clearly set to take the world by storm, the >juju< remixes restate, reinterpret, and redefine. who would have imagined black coffee would become south africas most valuable export? support from : deetron, rocco, mr v, andre lodemann, manoo, alix alvarez, black coffee, ian friday, dj christos, franco de mulero....
so who is vakula? he is a ukrainian dj & producer born in konotop, ukraine. he became famous in moscow for holding a residency at moscows propaganda club - the success of fridays voices party at propaganda by the charismatic nina kraviz was in large part due to vakula. in 2007 vakula released hohol on uzuri and since has gone on to release music for underground labels like
we have scheduled a series of 4 remix singles to accompany the album release. for part 1 we are happy to announce nicolas masseyeff, andre lodemann and nuno dos santos on the remix duties!
seth troxler: >nuno dos santos mix is killer.<
the berlin-based dj and producer eva be is no newcomer to the international dance-music scene. 2 years ago she released her long-player >moving without travelling< on bestseven / sonar kollektiv records creating her very own trademark dub-influenced electronic sound. this ep is the logical continuation of her musical output as she has been djing quite a heavy 4/4 sound in the last years playing alongside best works records djs andre lodemann, roland appel and alex barck of jazzanova in places such as goa/madrid, cookies/berlin, dampfzentrale/bern, etc.
>new crack< combines an electronic dub driven bass sound with classic old-school house influences - dancefloor business. darko essers mix is more intrecate giving the orginal a more dramatic crystalline twist. last but not least andre lodemanns previously unreleased remix of eva bes tune >she walks alone< sees the light.
here it is ... the fourth volume of the rebirth unreleased series. it includes hot material and brand new exclusives: music from artists like a:xus, rocco, tevo howard and andre lodemann.
after a few years of silence austin bascom is back as a:xus another fantastic song! featuring the sweet vocals of graph nobel, >suite disappointment< grew in the last few months and is ready for a full release in october. the original package included mixes from pete heller, james teej and motorcitysoul, and received the support of a diverse range of djs. it has been played by tiesto, erik morillo and joris voorn in their essential mixes on bbc radio1. rocco (rodamaal), who loved and supported the original mix for months, drops two deeper, soul infused, techytinged remix, proper house music we ve heard in a while! food for your soul!
just signed from rebirth, angela k. is an artistic alter ego born in 2005: angela scalvini, conservatory trained songwriters, meets the electronic artist isacco zanola and experimental guitarist maurizio rinaldi. from germany, rising producer andre’ lodemann, transforms >ballad< into a soulful techno master-piece that grows and grows with every play. takes the strength and sharp nature of the original and sets it against a clinically clean and instantly mesmerising techno backdrop, a gorgeous concoction of shrill synths and crisp beats!
a mysterious figure in music tevo howard is surely a very talented producer coming from chicago. his brand new track >crazy love< is already big for djs like tiga, tensnake, manuel tur and deetron!
shortly followed after the 40 thieves remix (fa011) comes another fine piece of musical art. the 2nd vinyl sampler will be featuring remixes from andre lodemann and henrik schwarz. this will be a one off press of two very special tracks.
three years after the much-loved second volume, wankelmut is back with the third edition of his wankelmoods compilation series. it is a fine window into his unique musical mind which packs lots of moods and grooves into its standout 24 tracks.