naïf .. returnes on number 3 with two of efdemins favourite producers: nina kraviz and bodycode. nina kraviz, the restless dj and producer from moscow delivers a timeless house-track featuring her unique seductive vocals. her second contribution to this label is a reduced tool and is an integral part of efdemins dj-sets since almost a year. finally on vinyl, where it belongs. bodycodes track >a new species< was made in a rush in one early summer night in his apartment in ancient lisbon. like most of his music, this one opens the door to a new kind of music. yes, we are talking about the future here. two timeless tracks for your dj-bag, including acapellas of both tracks
new remixes ep for dops 2nd single on eklo, means great artists in the game.thats why we are really proud find of this one this 2 genius of the modern scene, bodycode aka portable andkalabrese.
on the a side, the bodycode remix of vsop is a superb deep floorish track, combine in the same time the energyin the detroit synth hooks and those phase beats which reminds the bodycodes unique grooves, and in the otherside, the deepness of this pads and vocals that we recognize on his last portable productions. a perfect combination from this double personnality artist, who bring here a sexy and deep mindtrip on eklo.
on the b side, the kalabrese remix of dein verlangen goes stripped down, superb re-interpretation of the track.the talented mysterious musician brought a deep and sexy bass, add recorded acoustics sounds, and playedsome horns & trumpets, who bring the track in another dimension, one more acoustic, where all the kalabreseunique swning take place along the track. i let u discover more by yourself the others mysterys inside those cuts.
released in conjunction with john tejadas lucid dream: recovered data 95 full-length album as part of the phthalo origins series, reworked data is two singles and eps featuring (as the release name implies) updated remixes, reworkings, and versions of john tejadas original electronic compositions by his contemporary peers in techno and house production.
reworked data vol. 1 features bodycode applying the house and techno sensibility of his recent immune album for spectral sound to tejadas production, followed by labelmate broker/dealers sophisticated melding of the source materials nearly fifteen-year-old anvil vapre-era sense of melancholy to an insistent 4/4 rhythm. traum schallplattens dominik eulberg continues his tradition of developing elaborate, drawn-out explorations of the ebb and flow of techno dynamics by adapting the asymmetrical idm sounds of tejadas source into a persistently propulsive techno narrative. finally, ninja tune and plug researchs daedelus applies the accessible synthpop template of last years love to make music to to tejadas melodies almost crafting another >fair weather friends< in the process.
reworked data vol. 1 is available in a limited edition, hand-numbered run of 300 12 inch eps.
bodycode reveals tight, jacking rhythms and romantic dancefloor universalism. on baby fords remix of >what did you say?<, the legendary uk acid-house pioneer drags the tempo down to a crawl and beefs up the bass, giving the track the distant, slo-mo feel of walking underwater
with multiple releases on background records, scape, and ghostly/spectral already under his belt, alan abrahams (aka bodycode and portable) presents a fabulous fusion of ultra-deep house and afro-futurism on his yore debut a document of an african past
portable is alan abrahams, a south african born artist and producer who is also a celebrated live act. emerging more than fifteen years ago with a sound that marries real electronic soul with deep moods and abstract grooves, he is someone who has released his minimal wares on cult labels like perlon and live at robert johnson, as well as his own süd electronic.
brand new dance remixes of this club friendly track from the recent album from the knife in collaboration with mt. sims and planningtorock, >tomorrow, in a year<, made for the opera of the same name and commissioned by danish performance group hotel pro forma. the music is based on charles darwins book >on the origin of the species<, his notebooks and other randomly selected darwin related literature and articles. remixes from bodycode aka portable and shinedoe.
kenton slash demon is indeed one of the most promising new talents out of denmark. the two guys who are also behind the much acclaimed indie-disco band when saints go machine and have gained massive attention with their ksd act, without releasing a lot of material. why? the answer is simple: all they do is just so good. their sound is both organic and futuristic, and their obvious skills take their productions further than the typical frame and dramaturgy of club a track. still 4/4 rhythmic - but with clever and super melodic bass lines and interesting breaks. >sun< is the first release in a ksd trilogy on tartelet called >schwarzchild trilogy< inspired by the elements that form our galaxy. >the sun< 12inch features a remix from the much hyped alan abrahams aka portable / bodycode, from portugal who made added vocals, deepness and classic mr. fingers juno-6 bass line - deep and clever.
nice price deal !!! with his new single kude leon segka emerge a cut of detroit dub and electro. an outgoing kick and bass driving his dark atackless pads while spooky whispers are crawling in beetween. at the b side bodycode from spectral clearly reinstall kude to his future retro style.supported by damian lazarous, mr statik, siopis & felizol
claque musique present their fifth release, which is a technoid gem from hugo (already responsible for the brilliant third 12 inch on the label, entitled born to bop) called strobo revenge. another zany electronic bullet that is destined to cause mayhem on dancefloors worldwide! on the a side, jumping beats, vocal mirages and compressed synths create the groove on the original mix of the title track. a fizzing bassline and echoing whistles enter later on and they give the track a slice of claque musique zaniness. a2, prismatic visual, is a powerful floor filler, which is slightly less crazy then its musical partner. hugo uses dependable percussion, watery synth action and inviting vocals to create this musical treat. on the flip side, carola pisaturo brings us a moody version of strobo revenge that squeezes something else out of those whistles. she employs heads down percussion, vocal shards and smooth synths on her version. portable/bodycode heightens the intensity with a jackin rerub that sends the track in another direction completely. marching beats, acidic synths and hollow bass drops work wonders on abrahams revision
nice price deal !!! the japanese producer hiroki esashika is the new absolut freak records signature. immortalized by the hits >kazane< and >kazablanka< on carl coxs label intec records, hes back with >eve< and >cubik<
lokomotiv recordings launch a banging 3rd release. kende produces a minimal techno track with tribal influences and a heavy basses. side b1 brings the promised remix by bodycode (spectralsound) of kende s >the krkr mountain<. this track adds some long pads and groovy bass brought together by vocals. b2 introduces the talented jackie misfit who minimal electro mixes bring a change in atmosphere.
dj support: loco dice, troy pierce, kiki, gus gus... new track from audion, aka matthew dear, his first since 2006s chart-topping >mouth to mouth< & exclusive tracks from bodycode aka portable and par grindvik who has released on adam beyer s drumcode label . distinct spooky, tribal rhythms
fulminantes techno/house-set des duke dumont, der 2006 nach mylo & dj yoda den diesel u:music champion award als weltbester ungesignter producer erhielt und seitdem mit zwei maxis (auf turbo & dubsided) und remixes für mystery jets, late of the pier & bat for lashes auffiel. noch vor seinem debutalbum greift ihn fabric für ein exklusives mixset und damit ersten cd release ab!
document captures spectral sound circa 2010, at a peak in the labels almost decade-long evolution. and although spectral sound,s sonic footprint is forever in flux, its mission has been the same since day one: we want to provide uncompromising, forward-thinking, dancefloor-oriented music thats relevant and cutting-edge on a global scale, elliott says.