releasing his first album since 2012s >bring a friend< on soma, gary beck reconfirms his place in the techno hierarchy. featuring 12 tracks (2 of which are exclusively digital release only), gary showcases a multitude of studio skills, musical influences and styles. the release date is set for the 20th november on his own imprint - bek audio.
gary beck presents barefoot sunday, a huge floor-filler complete with horn riffs and a cheeky vocal, via his own bek audio imprint. remix duties come from the mighty robert hood, who delivers a pressurised floorplan rework.
lucky light ltd welcomes on board a scottish worldwide recognized producer gary beck from bek audio label. on this release we have garys single *misuse* remixed by uk techno legend mr. mark broom and second remix from label boss speedy. played on bbc radio by techno baron dave clarke!
as a preemptive strike before soma unleash their specially commissioned compilation, transmissions glasgow, we are proud to bring you one of the highlights from this as two of scotlands biggest techno exports, slam & gary beck, come together for pressure lights. a track celebrating slams long running club night pressure, that has been at the centre of scotlands techno scene for almost 17 years. big room beats and furious snares are the order of the day as the 2 techno titans deliver a monster track designed to destroy any dancefloor.
following gary becks hard-hitting remix of dj rush >she is fine< on bek014, he returns with an ep of solely his own productions. >rascal< brings forward two of his biggest tracks in recent times. the title track, >rascal< returns to garys more familiar sound with swelling pads andsynths clad in fading loops and textures. the track varies in intensity but maintains the groove, as it balances a peak time feel with an almost reflective ambiance. >video siren< is stripped and straight-up techno. it avoids over-complication by keeping the elements to an absolute minimum, highlighting his ability to create atmosphere, tension and drive, using a less is more attitude.
monster!! 2015 repress .. gary beck remixes dj rush and the result is a slamming and all destroying weapon. red transparent vinyl. the one track release is relentless. a heavily distorted kick drum underpins numerous ride cymbals and snare roles that nestle in between a crisp hi-hat and snapping snare. dj rushs sleaze-laden vocal flits in and out of the mix with with archetypal beck panning-delays. the original >she is fine< was released on rush’s kne’ deep label in 2007. six years on, 2013 sees gary beck work one of his toughest releases to date.
stunning gary beck remix!incl. gary beck remix! its been a hectic summer as always for mood boss nicole moudaber. her relentless touring schedule has seen her ruling the dancefloors of every continent. on the release front shes fresh from unveiling her astonishing rework of carl cox s kommen zusammen
after the success of the first a-sides compilation in 2012, adam beyer has decided its time to release another. with adams stature steadily growing as one of the leading talents in the techno scene and the rise of drumcode, the standard of demos that have been sent to adam have been top notch. adam has now decided to release two compilations with 10 tracks each, consisting of tracks that adam has tried and tested. there are also new artists that have been invited to release on drumcode for this compilation and others who are a staple in drumcodes core family. combining both old and new talents drumcode have come up with something unique and distinctive to make this two-part compilation something extra special.
2014 repress !!
after his highly acclaimed remix of phil kierans >empty vessels< one of the most prolific and inventive producers in the current electronic music scene returns to electric deluxe: gary beck with an ep of his own, >egoist ep<. created sometime last year during a dark and stormy night in glasgow, the track with the promising title >egoist< was at first about to be forgotten. at some point >egoist< ended up in speedy j<s hands, who immediately decided to play it, >egoist< proved its name, ripping apart every dance floor every time it got dropped.
gary beck brings fellow glaswegians and techno legends slam onto bek audio for their first release with the imprint. gary and slam have worked together on numerous projects across labels like figure, paragraph and soma to explosive effect. >harem< is no different. bek audio continues to push the bar and does so with panache on slams >harem< release.
another slamming release from veteran producers jay lumen (saved / mistakes) and gary beck (soma/perc trax). on their own they are pretty amazing so imagine what they are like when their talents are combined. this drumcode bomb is an essential for any techno box, lets face it this one will do the damage!
two essential techno players. the bek audio imprint hits double figures on this release, showcasing label-boss gary beck while also welcoming the sounds of mark reeve. mark reeve has made appearances on labels like soma, cocoon & traum and is an artist that gary has been supporting in many of his recent dj sets. gary beck sets the pace with >ars poetica<, the rugged opening track on this release. rasping off-beat bass and unnerving vocal samples join toughened drums and percussion to create a full-bodied fix. on the flip, mark reeve makes his first appearance on bek audio with his >fabula< track. a clean, smooth and grooving lesson in restrained and delicate production, fabula utilises icy cold atmospheres with warm and unwavering rhythm.
gary beck teams up with house legend and personal hero mr. g on their first col- laboration together. their efforts highlight both producers uncanny ability to create something that is instantly recognizable while distinctly individual. >all my people< brings a true and unadulterated house sound with a swaggering vocal sample and straight, crisp and assertive percussion. mark broom returns for his second appearance on bek audio with >stag<. steady, rol- ling techno shows the darker, head-down side of the bek imprint and marks produc- tions. intense percussion builds with the addition of a haunting synth leading to the break. stripped back to the bones the track jumps in with powerful effect.
having impressed with his stripped back, percussive remix of alan fitzpatricks gridlock track, drumcode are delighted to be giving gary beck his full debut on the label with his askaig ep. askaig illustrates becks understanding of the drumcode aesthetic as he contrasts the brutal force of a slamming kick, huge throbbing bass and crunchy pads with the delicate, ever-so-trippy plucked string hook via an arrangement that enhances and the raw power of the individual elements. on the flip side, mock tease completes the package with an end-of-night bridging track that combines the shimmering euphoric qualities of pulsing harmonics with splashes of sound effects and a marching, percussive rhythm that extenuates the epic feel of the track
yes! the 4th release by gary beck on his bek audio imprint, backed up with a remix by yousef will take the floors by storm for sure! support from: len faki, alan fitzpatrick, slam, pete tong, monika kruse , joseph capriati, mark broom...
edit-select reach their 10th release, and to celebrate they have chosen possibly the biggest track from the previous 9 releases. gary becks consumed. this monster of a track (which featured on richie hawtins sounds from can elles dj magazine mix), has been remixed by mark broom, and dutch techno legend speedy j. brooms bang bang mix is typical of his dark techno sound which of course fits perfectly on edit select, and speedy j cranks the intensity up a notch, with his repetitive groove that just sounds immense on a big system (when of course played on vinyl). there you have it. the labels biggest release to date, and by far the most limited
empty vessels ep is phil kierans debut on electric deluxe. first making his name as much-loved resident dj at the legendary shine club in his hometown of belfast, phil kieran has transitioned from local hero to main stage headliner in grand style.
after a long break, enemy is back with a brand new limited release. the limited ones are the very special releases on enemy that have been tested on dustins dj sets all over the world. this collab with mark broom is one funky tune that keeps on rocking from start till end. incredible driving, with a throbbing bassline and perfectly timed percussion. flip it over for the special edit select vs. gary beck remix!! great release once again from the enemy camp!
worship recordings with another solid ep release, this time featuring cuts from chris udoh and gary beck. udoh is up first with >hear da muzik<, a driving house gem with a definite dubby flavor, as delays are left to run over solid drum patterns, strong chords, and a rumbling bassline. on the reverse, gary beck keeps the dubby house theme rolling with >stick to the reggae<, which has more of a skank to its rhythm, as dubby delays are again left to exploit stellar percussion, stabbing horns, and a wandering bassline.
second release on bek audio comes once again from label owner gary beck. two peak time rollers, sure to destroy any dancefloor. support coming from dubfire, len faki, slam, mark broom, fergie & joseph capriati