mick harris arrives on lies via his fret moniker. a man who needs no introduction via his exploits in napalm death and scorn among a slew of other projects, harris returns after his lp last year, bringing fret back to life once again. four tracks of absolutely crushing broken techno, dense blasting and unstoppable chaos that lays waste to all in sight. trancers and candy ravers step aside. an unmissable record from a true originator.
dust off the turntables and beatboxes and prepare for some heavy groove action from one of australias finest and internationally renowned hip-hop artists - fretless are back with new beats to make you quiver.
lumbago is proud to introduce the signal phantasm for their first release, a duo composed of two folks from south of france. you ll be able to feel their sensual crazyness threw this ep, between house, techno & breakbeat.
markus fix & dorian paic come with three beautiful outstanding tracks to release the 006. markus already released on epilog in 14 and now he comes back with dorian, which is a huge honor for our little guild !! the first time we were listening to the tracks, we were blast away! this is exactly what epilog wants/searches/is. because their tracks are produced with love and smart, cleverly devised of experimenting and detail conscious…no tricks no gimmicks..
scotlands claude speeed first came to our attention via his epic 2012 remix of kuedos *work live & sleep in collapsing space*. with a history in various bands such as russia and american men, his work draws from scottish post rock, 90s and 00s electronica, american minimalism, noise & drone. after a significant time travelling abroad he relocated to berlin and released his debut album for luckyme, entitled *my skeleton*. now he is releasing his follow-up ep *sun czar temple* on planet mu - an epic set of songs that distort emotional songwriting with textured synthetic ambience and computer noise. dreams on hard disk.
well, no one can accuse us of rushing things: its been a year since jump blues jamaica way became the third volume in our jamaican sound system classics series, but here at long last is the fourth instalment. its jamaica jump blues time! is another 2lp selection of us jump/shuffle blues recordings, which will be of equal interest to both jamaican music fans and connoisseurs of classic us rhythm & blues. since fantastic voyage released jumping the shuffle blues back in 2011, each successive volume in the series has been eagerly awaited by lovers of the music, some of whom have even suggested tracks for the consideration of compiler and annotator phil etgart.
for his 10th lp, the human metronome of afrobeat has pulled out all the stops. at his side are the jazzbastards, a trio of producers at the cutting edge of contemporary sound, and fellow world-class musicians, including damon albarn. tony allen has given us the ring of a true self-portrait, an overview of his rich career that brings together bebop, afrobeat jazz and psychedelic pop. film of life marks the pinnacle of his achievement. comes as 180 gram double vinyl in gatefold sleeve and includes code for download of uncompressed audio files in wav-format.
wiederveroeffentlichung des greensleeves longplayer von 1984. am mischpult saß phillip smart (neben scientist und prince jammy der dritte meisterschueler von king tubby), mit den musikern bass: paul henton, drums: donny marshall, guitar: errol moore, guitar lead: donovan mckitty, keyboards: william brown, horns: derek hinds. der titelsong ist ein absoluter classic tune der reggae-historie und basiert auf jackie mittoos hot milk riddim.
recit records founded in 2012 by yohei yamakado and mana haraguchi is a label about all auditive experiences.their very first release is a production of yohei yamakado under the pseudonym of oosco. printed in 300 copies, it includes three tracks which are mainly house oriented but not only, having also an aspect coming from electroacoustical approaches, relating the acknowledgment in sound design of the producer
here kingston sounds have selected some fine cuts from this period with singers such as horace andy, cornell campbell and prince alla, as well as lesser known ones such as ba wisdom and putto black. of course no tapper zukie collection would be complete without the man himself dropping some lyrics so theres a couple of cuts from him too including a sound clash with jah mikey.
following contributions by dj deep and dj hell, tresor records are proud to present the third instalment in their kern mix-series, this time headed by berlin based producer objekt, his first release following his 2014 debut album flatland for pan. in keeping with the series mission of showcasing a more personal approach to mixing hertz describes his process as such, kern vol. 3 is made up of tracks that i know i will play and love for years to come. some of these records have been in my bag for years others are almost as new to me as they are to you. a handful are by lesser known artists whom i admire and who i think deserve wider recognition. planned, recorded, embellished, reworked, tweaked and chiselled away at over a period of 6 months, the mix was gradually carved out in a way that makes use of new and old techniques alike, presenting itself primarily as a dj mix but settling in a sweet spot between live recording and studio trickery. the tracklist spans styles, decades and bpms in an attempt to craft a mix thats unpredictable and compelling in equal measure – one that draws from the more adventurous corners of my club sets, but above all, one thats a pleasure to listen to.