BLACK JERUSALEM (KARIZMA, ROBAG WRUHME REMIX)(REMASTERED)
12" Vinyl DPre sale
4 classics remastered! a brazen complex 4 tracker to launch ibadan records into 2014. the title track black jerusalem, a collaboration between jerome sydenham and ibadan records latest talent dujour sally, launches ibadan records into year 19 of existence
cyber dance records are back on the attack with a fresh release from the legendary perseus traxx aka nigel rogers, a 4-track ep entitled after recent scientific developments an apparent horizon . its a firmly machine-based and totally jam-packed affair reflecting diverse sounds from the uk s own rich history of electronic dance music, with elements from the classic warp -deep space sound- prominent as much as the more usual 303-jacking acid house grooves in the vein of baby ford or bam bam. lost dreams opens the record with a floaty dream-like hipnosis from the depths of space and sets the tone in magnificent style, followed up on side a with the irresistible roll of reverse the trend that takes the groove harder, further and deeperstraight off to the beyond. dark strings reminiscent of old lfo, b-12 or autechre vinyls from the early 90s propel us into side b on darkness stalks , and then we re transported onto the concluding track on the ep, distances , an epic closer that opens with beautiful reverbed claps and acid squelches before diving into an inky black void of timeless space-travelling and slow-building tension that could surely echo hauntingly around any m25 rave in the depths of a late 1980s night.
apparent horizon burst on to the berlin scene with a impresive hera ep. 4 tracks from bule and hunab - a member of sowing paranoia-. roots classy, late 90s-styled techno dub also infected with the new virus of avant techno
BILLANT (NIKOLA GALA REMIX) (TRANSPARENT GREEN COLORED VINYL)
coloured 12" Vinyl BE02.05.13
(transparent green coloured vinyl) in celebration of its 25th release, dieb audio proudly presents billant, the debut single by italian youngster riccardo feat. missha twins on vocals. remixes comes from nikola gala (ibadan, rekids, freerange..)
third part of the ehrenfels series presenting two unreleased tunes as double a-side. limited numbered edition of 213 copies in transparent dark blue marbled vinyl, followed by regular pressing in black vinyl.
yes people, its time for a real treat, ruff dog head honcho mr rob reng hits us with the solarization ep! now available in all good record stores and download portals, this double a side has been causing a real stir. with plays across the globe on bbc radio1, triplej, fbi, polskie, ylex and a plethora of internet stations and dj support across the board, these are two tracks you simply need in your life. uplifting solarize with its huge bassline and sick electronix takes you on a journey of sound, whilst rockit simply blows speakers to pieces with tight ass drums, rave synths and ueber fat bass.
here it is, and its damn good: the first full length album from apoll called >memorize the phonics<! released on his new imprint neopren, >memorize the phonics< is a 12-track strong journey through apolls musical roots and styles: tech-house, minimal, old school, lounge and more! looking for the perfect groove? apolls got it! and he prooves it on this longplayer, as well as he did on his countless releases on labels like sub-static, morris audio, sthlm audio or punkt music - not forgetting his mighty tongut label
here it is, and its damn good: the first full length album from apoll called >memorize the phonics<! released on his new imprint neopren, >memorize the phonics< is a 12-track strong journey through apolls musical roots and styles: tech-house, minimal, old school, lounge and more! looking for the perfect groove? apolls got it! and he prooves it on this longplayer, as well as he did on his countless releases on labels like sub-static, morris audio, sthlm audio or punkt music - not forgetting his mighty tongut label.
through the cortex sees fixmer gravitating toward a different kind of industrial-tinged electronics, led as much (or more) by analogue sequencers, melodies and ultra-saturated sounds of synthesizers than drums and percussion
ISLAND OASIS (TRANSPARENT RED COLOURED 2X12 INCH LP, 140 G VINYL
2x12" Vinyl, 140 g vinyl UK24.03.17
mystica tribe is the musical alias of tokyo-based producer, taka noda. drawing on a wide range of influences from dub, soul, bass music, rhythm and blues mystica tribe has quickly been developing a very distinctive sound that exists in a weird, freaked out zone between dub and techno. noda is especially interested in deep, psychedelic music, and this is reflected in his productions, which are equally suited for late night listening sessions or bent, broken in dancefloors. his first track, meditation stick, was released in 2011 on dutch label sd records, backed by two remixes from label owners syncom data. this was followed by two more eps on sd records in 2013: stars are mine and flowers. artists like gilles peterson and 2562 have supported these well-received releases, and his track. his temple recently appeared on pangaea s fabric live 73 mix cd. in 2014, noda is launching his own label, mystica tribe records, through which he plans to continue developing his uniquely psychedelic take on dub and techno. his recent ep, lizard, was released on his label in 2014. jade eye ep was released on his label in 2016.
nervous horizon co-head tsvi follows up 2015 debut ep, ‘set you free’, with powerful new record, ‘sacred drums’ — a 12” that delves even deeper into the raw, no-frills potential emanating from the nh camp right now. already sought after for his fierce and complex club material, ‘sacred drums’ sees tsvi up his game even further across four heavyset new solo productions, as well as bringing in nh crew members, luru and dj jm, to collaborate on two digital exclusives. opener, ‘the healer,’ is an immediate case in point, a dark, rasping drum workout that’ll function both in or away from the club, while ep tracks ‘darabukka’, ‘parade’ and ‘assam’s children’, although punctuated by deft sample touches and flashes of melody, deliver the sort of power-drum, club pressure that tsvi has made his firmly his own
out electronic recordings introduces the second installment of different seasons various artists series after kicking off the first one with tracks from fabrizio lapiana, regen, civilian and limo back in january 2015. out-er sets ‘different seasons vol.2’ as the twenty-first vinyl release on its way – as the first volume, the record embraces melodic techno tracks and introduces new and old faces to the roster. on a side attic music boss fabrizio lapiana appears on out-er again offering ‘square’, then the experienced dj luciano esse offers ‘the call’ following to his very first ‘the green ep’ released on the italian label back in 2012. flipping the record over on b side and lachriz’ comeback on out-er sees the debut of his moniker ‘farron’ with the ethereal cut ‘travelling through your mind’ – while the newest artist on board hydergine provides a dub techno journey opting for a swinging, fresh piece typical of his production imprint.
for more than ten years dimi ange lis and jeroen search have been working together to demonstrate just how they think serious techno should be executed. their respective careers as individual artists are equally accomplished, but as a pair they have shown a fierce dedication to just the kind of aesthetic principles that define chronicle as a label, and so it gives us great pleasure to present an expansive ep of six tracks that tunnel deep into the bowels of late night, uncompromising techno.
out electronic recordings launches “different seasons” series, a sequence of various artists only releases, featuring new collaborations and stabilizing the old ones: the aim is to show how ample and dynamic is out-er’s aesthetics, always keeping an eye on the musical wave the label wants to express.-
this is the second episode of d.a.n.c.e. (detector for advanced neutron capture experiments), an overview on the introspective side of dance, composed of six various artists releases. on a side fernandez manetta with a big room, fat, acidic techno track. on b side synthek shows his classy and deep vision of techno, fabrizio lapiana proposes a cut with a prevailing bass-line and metallic percussion.
peanut butter wolf curated this 4lp box set to commemorate the late mc, charizma and the collection of works they created between 1990-1993. the anthology includes rare, classic and unreleased tracks that makes up eight sides of vinyl, along with never before seen photos and ephemera. this will not be released on cd. many of these tracks were also released on the album big shots (2003) which is currently running out of print.
label maker alberto sabatini drops a stellar spring grenade in the form of roboto (we are) on save the black beauty. having featured such renowned artists as fnm and sasse, it was time for sabatini to step into the spotlight with his own production. the introduction was made with his remix for sasses flushing meadows which showed his roots firmly to the italo & early proto house territory. now with roboto, sabatini takes an italo vibe and mixes it with contemporary house elements and creates a joyful, yet sinister late night belter. on the remix tip italian meister fabrizio mammarella who dips the original in disco sprinkles and lets the sun in
my bare-skin balearic brethren left stranded in a supermarket with personnel from the arrowhead project and zealots reciting passages from the second epistle of peter and the revelation of st john, i beg you .. do not despair.
twelve years ago tresor records released terrence dixons debut album >from the far future< - a personal homage to the art and ancestry of techno, culminating in a discursive and dream-like course through the genres many tomes, complete with subtle nods to key protagonists such as kraftwerk, derrick may and juan atkins. a luminescent and ethereal catalogue of tracks awash with shimmery synths and taught rhythmical programming - that still holds true today, >from the far future< made for a stunning first full length that cemented dixons already proven credentials from his population one work and utensil records foundations. after a string of stylistically rich releases - including another album, >train of thought<, this time for cologne-based label yore records - the detroit native returns to tresor records with >from the far future pt.2< - an ambitious, scopey and deeply personal sequel.