ben gomori dons his g. markus mask once again following a hotly repressed sixth volume. 4play cuts up anthemic 90s house, while inta goes deeper on a 4/4 garage flex. djs who like a bit o g-edits include move d, romare, disclosure, jeremy underground, detroit swindle, hercules & love affair, auntie flo..
g. markus - recently revealed as ben gomori of monologues records and sterns edits—returns with the fifth volume of his vinyl-only edits series. ‘lifted is a joyous, vocal chopped bumping edit, manipulating and filtering those gospel flavoured samples into a raucous, hands in the air feel good anthem, tied behind a gritty no-nonsense beat. flip it over and panties hits you with a wobbly party jam, full of exuberant guitar licks, fizzing hats and funked out bass riffs - sure to get the heart racing from the off. two killer edits once again from the g-edits camp! dj support: disclosure, hercules & love affair, soul clap, karizma, shadow child, marcel vogel, auntie flo, till von sein, roger sanchez, danny tenaglia, richy ahmed, moon boots, sacha robotti, droog, kraak & smaak, horse meat disco, meggy, kristin velvet, terry farley, hernan cattaneo, mark farina, piek, danvers, coco cole, dom servini, kiko navarro
g. markus returns with two fresh edits after his first g-edits release sold out and enjoyed heavy support from all sorts of discjockeys. 70s soul/disco is the flavour here with a legendary diva getting the treatment, with one big peak-time banger and a slo-mo chugger for good measure. danvers helps thickens things up in the bass department with some live electric bass on both tracks. getting love from: karizma, atjazz, nuno dos santos, coco cole, waze & odyseey, huxley, droog, roger sanchez, severino, black loops, mj cole, doorly, piek, golf clap, terry farley, voyeur, fred everything, inland knights, moodymanc, sinden, jamie trench, rob da bank, michel de hey, moon boots, harri, lrusse, edwin oosterwal, lars behrenroth, speaking minds, bill brewster, kiko navarro, blakkat / shaboom, sacha robotti, psycatron, bodhi
formerly remixed by move d and a former remixer of cassius, young german talent kolja gerstenberg has been building up some serious pedigree. his ep for monologues showcases his wonderfully wonky sound, full of chunky, bugged-out grooves, killer samples and a generally off-kilter vibe, with a chunky acid / breaks infused remix courtesy of monologues mainstay, g. markus
uk deep house legend nail returns to monologues records for a full release after his sublime decisions featured on the dialogue vol. 2 various artists 12- at the end of last year. ever consistent, he delivers two deliciously deep gems. voodoo is a low-down chugger, chunky beats doing battle with disco and soul samples in hypnotic effect. on wid it also oozes soul in its vocal sample and twinkling keys, a garage tinge to its groove. g. markus steps up for the remix of voodoo , keeping things rolling and injecting a big groove of a bassline into the proceedings.
the shag edits return on roots for bloom with volume 5. label boss jamie trench starts things off with where the party at which reaches in to a hip hop flavour with that 90s sample feel. reece johnson rounds off the a side with a disco style cut that will bring the boogie to any floor. the b side sees the label welcome more newcomers in bristols j.morrison and the mysterious g.markus. brown eyes sees that 70s style funk brought to the table and bing! is a more house affair with a rolling feel to it.