obas nenor prepares his nenorion imprints third release >warm yellow stickers ep. tel-avivs own obas nenor has been djing and producing for over two decades with prolific releases on iconic labels such as moodymanns mahogani music, defected, strictly rhythm and heist recordings to name a few.
masterworks music returns with their illustrious 10inch vinyl-only brand, the masters series. stepping up to handle duties on this fourth instalment is none other than tel aviv s own obas nenor / nenorion music. having made waves with his previous outings for defected, heist recordings and his own label, nenorion, not to mention eps for the likes of strictly rhythm, mahogani music and a slew of 12inches for whiskey disco as half of rabo & snob
whiskey disco 50 marks the return of label head, sleazy mcqueen in an homage to the disco dads and daddies. 5 tracks meticulously tuned ranging from deep house to peak time, heartfelt disco before softly lulling you to sleep with a sweet cover of lost in music in a lullaby style.
we have had our eyes on obas nenor for a while and after his disco-meets-detroit affair on mahogani, and some great releases on his newly started own label nenorian music and sol power, were happy to share his work for heist with you.
2015 saw producer extraordinaire obas nenor unleashing some of his strongest work to date. with acclaimed releases on moodymann’s mahogani music and on strictly rhythm, obas continues his organic mixture of live instrumentation laced with samples. tonight marks the first release on his own imprint, nenorion music, a chunk of versatile, layered dancefloor goodness that sets the bar high for future releases and stretches the limits of the ep format.
already support from mr.g, gerd, jimpster, jason hodges, tensnake, sleazy mcqueen, jacques renault, luke solomon, deep space orchestra, soul clap, duncan gray, horse meat disco, 6th borough project, nachtbraker…
sol power sound is proud to present the color soul ep by obas nenor. after a huge year with releases on legendary strictly rhythm and moodymann s mahogani music, the tel aviv producer blesses sol power sound with a four song ep of thick afro-disco, bumping house, and twisted techy grooves.
strictly rhythm continues its revitalised run of release with i love you from newcomer obas nenor, with remixes coming from andres and luke solomon. i love you intoxicates from its very first beat, an idiosyncratic house cut that wears its disco and soul influences very much on its sleeve. driven by poignant strings and a heartfelt vocal, it breathes nostalgic life into any room in which it is played. the andres remix beefs up the bottom end, with cosmic synths and a wandering bassline transforming the cut from poignant to powerful. solomons body edit further takes the track into dancefloor territory, with sharp percussion and an urgent groove making the track fully suitable for peaktime club play
very worthy 180g 2x12? pack - limited and only once per year, immediately sold out in the last years! collectors watch list: the standout tracks of the second year of heist get remixed by the label artists of that year.
diggin disco deep s massive rsd 2016 release has been split into 3 separate vinyl releases. the 3rd & final part features tracks from obas nemor, monsoon season, manuel sahagun & space coast feat. terry grant.
DIGGIN DISCO DEEP 3 RSD (3X12 INCH LP, 180 G VINYL)
3x12" Vinyl, 180gr UK02.05.16
diggin disco deep present their superbly put together record store day release for 2016. 12 tracks from 12 worldwide producers spread over 3 x 180g 12 inches all exclusive to this vinyl package. a gathering of perfectly arranged creative works, in various shades of house and nu-disco vibes. slamming kits, elegant synths, fat basslines and beautiful vocals - all dressed with various disco elements - and a classic vinyl-mastering, all result in a solid and hearty lp! 500 copies, picture sleeve, 3 x 180 gram vinyl, bonus sticker and record store day flava. you ll never forgive yourself if you let this one pass you by!
in terms of taste, amenity and flair they are not to be passed up.a little bit of minimal and deep house is based on traditional techno-house, detroit, with a bass line plunging even deeper with its dense and thermal sound.