chicago damn is the latest esteemed producer to shore up at marcel vogel s intimate friends label, following the hypoleon ep with some forthright, sample heavy funk house concoctions that nod to his other work on wolf music and the like. -bunny hoppin- is a rowdy but soulful belter with a peppy tempo and an addictive line in looped up samples, while -flush- takes things slower and dustier without getting too lost in the undergrowth. -the truth- lays its samples out in bold, bright brushstrokes with a pattering, psyched out undercurrent for deeper, sunkissed moments, and then -tipsy- finishes the ep off in a playful tryst of re-pitched piano trills and scuffed beats.
ltd 50% deal , last copies left ... italian production duo, mushrooms project, make their debut on jansen jardin with the wonderful >galattica<. releases for labels like under the shade and is it balearic? and remixes for the likes of tirk, lipservice and nang have introduced their blissed-out, mediterranean sound to fans around the world. galattica is 11 minutes and 45 seconds of high plains drifting, dream disco for late night drives and sunset sessions. a lush combination of euro disco arpeggios and west coast guitars spill out across a landscape of live percussion, bass and dub acrobatics. this is the soundtrack to a spaghetti western set in ibiza. a fistful of cervezas. the remix comes courtesy of the mighty chicago damn who has been responsible for some extraordinary music from his debut on mark es merc label to releases on claremont 56 and his own eponymous imprint. here he re-imagines the original track in the image of model 500, stripping away the music to a raw machine groove. dark, atmospheric and undeniably aimed at the floor.
nice price deal !!! chicagodamn arrived on the scene with an instant classic on mark es merc label. following this was the stunning debut on his own label, as well as acclaimed releases on the excellent wolf music & claremont65 offshoot sixtyfive. so here we have the eagerly awaited follow up, strobelit futuristic warehouse tackle once again, shot through with the enduring spirit of first-wave detroit techno and the pared down pulse of chicago. attjoh kicks things off with a beautifully realised lesson in dancefloor dynamism and mood, simplistically constructed for maximum impact in the right hands. on the flip joh is another heady concotion of intoxicating atmospherics and spikes of acid bubbling up through the sonic stew, with the mood drenched finalé time waits for no man wrapping up another classic ep.
always a good day when a new chicagodamn record arrives! postmodern blues will be a two-record series from the celebrated & illusive uk producer the first volume here features four new cuts fresh out the box! as ever, we are dealing with a combination of straight up, raw machine funk, built for strobe-lit, sweaty walled basements and warehouses sitting alongside more emotive pieces. familiar themes indeed, but pulled off with impeccable attention to space and sonics. all killer.
the debut lp from chicagodamn
gavin mcclarys music lies somewhere between the cavernous, pared down sonic delights of producers like levon vincent, and the simplistic yet irresistible classic house on labels like prescription underground. all executed and pieced together with beautifully produced analog textures, an undeniable ear for hooks & a dash of the gritty uk techno sound synonymous with his production alias.
available as a limited edition (500 copies) double vinyl package... housed in shrinkwrapped manilla sleeves, with cover sticker & unique download codes
the latest ep from chicagodamn. affirming once again why he’s at the very top of his game. 3 more unique, live take mpc jams that will destroy and delight in equal measure. from the dislocated funk of pleasurer, to the futuristic house sound of temporary transgression via the powerhouse slammer that is let your body rule. all killer.
are you: troubled by persistant, nagging soul-aches? unable to sleep in old-fashioned three-dimensional space? exhausted from supervising worlds that only you can see? dont suffer for a minute longer - get the filth today!
it is time for midnight love club! if you like house and techno, if you like sexy basslines and raw beats, if you like oldschool and newschool, and if you like midnight and love and club, this label is for you! watch out for the likes of chicago damn, the rhythm odyssey or robotalco! mlc loves you!
starting his career on mark es merc music label, chicago damn is now one of the hottest uk producers and has been establishing himself with more tunes on labels like wolf music, quintessentials, wurst music or his own chicago damn imprint. and he will soon have triplets and is preparing his first album! sounds like a lot of midnight action!
a welcome return for wolf with new sleeves and featuring the massive medlar - terrell alongside tracks from greymatter, krl & chicago damn.
support from: dark sky, zoo look, om unit, sarah sweeney, tim sweeney beats in space, red snapper, lucky me, mark potts, favouritizm, brackles, shook magazine, subeena, leftoo, delusions of grandeur, james barrie (bbe), feel my bicep, kelvin k (nordic trax), ian blevins (we love...), duffstep.
new boy chicago damn brings his debut release via mark es merc stable. he may be the new boy on merc but the quality is not compromised here at all, with 2 slammin peak time chuggers these deep house techno belters have been part of mark es sets for the last month. deep jungle bongo chants crossed with looped up ethnic weirdness. essential! ! you dont need us to tell this is the real deal folks ! get with it...
chris duckenfield has done more than a few laps around the acid house track producing and djing since the late 80s, and achieving success through numerous music projects, rac on warp, as swag with richard brown through the 90s and more recently with his popular peoples front & duckbeats aliases. >i really do believe< joyously straddles the disco & house worlds, a rollicking metalic riff, soaring etta james vocal samples, a healthy dose of acid and a serious low end - constructed for sweaty basements & causing a major stir with a few choice drops at the recent electric elephant festival in croatia. new and super talented producer chicagodamn provides a superb remix on the flip, taking the key elements of the original to a strobe-lit warehouse destination in fine style!
wolf invite two old friends back for the fourth release in their white label series. ron basejam steps up first with a beautiful piece of soul sampling, low slung house. all topped off by crazy p vocalist, danielle moore. on the flip the more upbeat peaktime jam from chicago damn sounds like a 90 s new york house track with rolling beats, vocal samples and disco loops.
der rock n roll hall of fame -ausgezeichntete buddy guy gehört mit seinen 75 jahren sicherlich zu den bekanntesten und typischsten vertretern des electric blues, sein einfluss auf das blues-genre sowie auf bedeutende gitarristen der rockmusik wie jimi hendrix, eric clapton oder stevie ray vaughan.
its the idea of doing an analogue only version of peoples interpretations of songs that they chose off of the album. so i approached four of my favourite producers of the moment that i felt fitted with the whole project. luke solomon
6th borough project make a welcome return to d.o.g following last years mighty debut lp one night in the borough. craig smith and graeme ?revenge clark have been steadily gaining a rock-solid reputation for both their quality productions as well as their dj sets, taking them everywhere from the legendary subclub.
well, the deep, raw and real series has come to an end with volume 4, but quintessentials keep these lovely compilations coming. the thank you freaks series is about hot tunes from hot producers. and part 1 is offering a lot of them: andy ash, uncle deep, chicago damn and marcos cabral! quite essential!
brooklyns own lets play house returns with its first release of the new year: a couple of original house jams by chicken lips dean meredith—here teaming up with fellow londoners ben shenton and tim silver—and a couple of remixes, courtesy of the mysterious house maven chicago damn and production guru brennan green. as usual, the party-starters behind lph (jacques renault from runaway and on the prowl, editor nik mercer, and tobs james friedman) have assembled a four-track 12 inch fit to be played at their biweekly ragers as well as any other dancefloor hungry for something a little unexpected.
first of three parts of the first wurst compilation with 10 new exclusive tracks alltogether. part i boasts new york upstarts soho808, lisbon legend tiago, merc alum chicago damn, and new jersey outliers pink stallone. following appearances on soul claps social experiment 002 mix on no. 19 and jamie jones fabric 59 mix, soho808 land on wurst with >reach< feat. safiyah, easily their most accomplished work to date, fusing their now-patented slow house sound with a little of the citys r&b swagger. pink stallone hooks up with strictly rhythm alum joey washington on >help yourself<, a ridiculously nasty slice of future funk. tiago gives >peanuts not working< his i am the automan treatment, channeling the 80s cosmic sound for a driving dancefloor workout. rounding out the ep is chicago damns >romcom<, a smoky, subdued number, hinting at detroits beatdown sound with the mans now signature mpc moves.