laate is a project from clayton guifford (fragil / recordeep ). pierre codarin is our guest on laate006. this british/ italian guy with a french name is a big record selector and hardware enthusiast. pierre have perfect skills to producer whatever he wants and he shows us! at the menu, 3 original tracks deep & house with an electro touch.to close the ep , we have the honor to welcome our friend le loup with a mental & spacy remix !!!!
following on from his debut with adult only last year, pierre codarin returns with the ‘blue planet’ ep, a three track collection of analogue funk cooked up fresh in his laboratory. pierre run his own self-titled label and has been pushing his own brand of detroit and uk-influenced techno for several years now, earning himself a strong rep on the underground. with his return to adult only he brings a deep, yet groovy and rich sound to the label and we’re pleased to have him back.
pierre codarin continues his series of releases on his own label this may with four of his own solid cuts.
the fast rising dj-producer’s vinyl series continually picks up support from an array of respected talent, such as radio slave, raresh, laurent garnier, tini, italojohnson, apollonia, and more.
rhythmic and groove-led from the off, 004 begins with dustin summin blending intricate percussion with scintillating chords in a proper house workout. gass is a more low-end focused affair with its rippling bass and a cacophony of trippy stabs, whirrs and licks, whilst lfo fidget earns its name from its oscillating synths, with crunchy drums and atmospheric elements forming a mesmerising aesthetic. tying it all together, lemon groove is an undulating number with twisted effects and moody undertones.
adult only 47 has arrived with pierre codarin dropping some funk on 3 originals alongside a remix from dan ghenacia and chris carrier.........a1 telefunk kicks off things and rolls with a wonky filtered drum pattern picking up a real swung groove before a subtle vocal is then joined by a bass line can only be described as something from a late night jazz workout in the deepest darkest realms of the parisian capitol...detroit style pads and intricate keys keep this groove interesting through out the track pushing it forward more and more with sweet drum edits and skips that are all to known from pierre. a2 morning eyes twists things up with trippy spacey pads and a very nice 303 sitting low in the mix. driving drums make this track work well as it draws to a stripped back moment where the 303 really comes through and does its thing. this really is 6 minutes of a funk fueled adult only workout!b1 telefunk remix dan ghenacia and chris carrier dan and chris bring their twist on pierre s telefunk coming through with a very interesting take on things producing a very tight rework........... b2 evening juice grooves along with a nice warped synth stabs, a bass line that throws it self around the room, the drum pattern keeps things energetic through out alongside a faintly obscure vocal fitting well in the track, evening juice brings the soul and finishes the ep nicely making this overall a very solid package from pierre.
pierre codarin returns to his eponymous imprint with four rhythmic productions dropping on wax in december. with previous releases commanding respect from the likes of mr. g, radio slave, raresh, laurent garnier, jackmaster, italojohnson, apollonia and more.
ebbing pads initiate the package in think before teasing in intricate percussion and moody bass throbs. metallic synths, mesmerising atmospherics and an ominous hook then make up front to back before moving on to the soaring chords and trippy nuances of everything you do. tying things together, universal man layers a medley of undulating components as ethereal effects operate throughout.
pierre codarin delivers three groove focused house numbers for the second release on his selftitled imprint this june. the british producer has started the year strong, launching his own label as well as producing the third release on huxley’s no idea’s original imprint. both releases have seen incredible support from the upper echelons of house and techno, with radio slave, raresh, mr. g, laurent garnier and jackmaster all showing their support.
british 808 enthusiast pierre codarin delivers the third release on huxleys no ideas original imprint with a trio of cuts. having impressed the likes of raresh, radio slave, mr. g, art department and rolando with his pc record labels first outing this year, codarins productions are skeletal house grooves with the sort of raw energy and depth that baby ford has perfected. d express intricate layers of percussion and warped atmospherics, das neffs trippy, fractured electro and closing track concretes pounding, shuffled mechanics all serve to create a rich debut 12 inch from codarin on nio.