four songs, four sides, four very different dimensions to metro areas core: atmosphrique, the art of hot, caught up, and miura. we hope this package opens up metro areas sound to a new generation of listeners and djs, while providing crisp new remasters for metro areas original fans. enjoy - and please play loud and often !!!
>read my mind< is the first full-on vocal track to actually be released by metro area (they had amassed a small catalog of unreleased vocal tracks since starting the project). featuring the incredible pipes of philip owusu (of ubiquity records owusu & hannibal), >read my mind< is a dynamic boogie romp full of contrast: sweet yet meloncholy, warm yet raw. it hearkens back to the days where songwriting and arrangement still had a place in dance music and we hope youll love it. and for the beat purists, theres an irresistible >rmm special dub< version - perfect for doubles! flipping to the b-side yields >erodyne<- an incredible space-disco epic that rocks time and space, looking forward with angular arpeggiated riffs and futurist moods while anchored by an undeniably d.i.s.c.o. groove. check out metro area 7 and be transported - hot music, built to last!
auf der fabric 43 kommen metro area aus brooklyn mit einer kleinen geschmacksprobe aus ihrem plattenkoffer in dem sich 70er boogie scheiben tummeln nebst feinsten detroit techno brettern. die jungs von environ klingen ein bischen nach techno, pop, house, ein bischen nach 80er disco aber totzdem absolut einzigartig!
its showtime, everybody! youd better clear the decks for ginos & snakes circus ep! after their powerful releases on confused, the 2 french guys connected to the oxia & the hacker posse now proudly present to you some brandnew yet still burning club tracks! and while the trapeze keeps on swinging, the jolly clowns will take off their red noses and rock with us to circus and metro area! no question the ringmasters andreas henneberg & marquez ill will splash out with a king-sized remix! circus is fun! with hot support from: monoroom, oxia, the hacker, miss kittin, huntemann ...
simian mobile disco keep all listeners keenly on their toes and, taking a step away from any misguided preconceptions, showcases an exemplary dj set on fabriclive 41: an arresting, expansive mix that shuffles with 4/4 rarities and gems. at times tough, other times spacey, and riveting throughout, the iridescent collection is an exploratory trip onto a dancefloor commanded by the improvisatory musicians. smd strips back and lets loose with the thump of smith n hack, the disco shine of metro area and the proggy sounds of sisters of transistors.