dvs1, sterac and ryan elliott remixing jasper & maarten to mark the 20th indigo aera release. limited pressing! this 20th ep finds heavyweights dvs1, sterac and ryan elliot all remixing some released and unreleased originals by label owners japser wolff & maarten mittendorff. their last solo ep on the label, cosmic language, marked the 10th release on the label, right here they celebrate the 20th release with a fine techno affair that summed up their now six year old outlet perfectly with some of their favourite producers aboard.
ostgut ton reissues neun of zehn with original tracks by ben klock and ryan elliott as well as len faki revisiting rainbow delta. 2015 marked ostgut tons ten-year anniversary, celebrated with an extensive 30 track compilation release, titled ostgut ton | zehn, spread out over ten 12inch vinyl records housed inside a limited box set. this sampler sold out in no time, which is why ostgut ton is re-issuing these ten 12inches individually in 2016. without any doubt, the best klubnacht moments are when dancers let go in trance not peak time, not big hitters, its the subtle nuances that matter. ben klocks first solo production in six years on a internalises this formula: a simple beat, pulsing sirens, a shimmering melody, some sprinkling flute notes and ben’s your uncle. sirens is a pure, hypnotic cut, shrewd and stylish. on b1 ryan elliott underlines why he has been playing both of berghains floors regularly: smith lake is somewhere along the lines of micro techno/macro house, something living inbetween musical worlds and floors, combining tribalist bongo percussion with ethereal synth pads and a delicate bassline. is it safe to say that rainbow delta is a modern classic? because it is! on b2 len faki revisits his 2007 release in form of a stripped-down, bare-naked and intimate ambient version. a modern classic, turned seren
etg007 villains e.p. two fresh new fast paced, dance floor, dj friendly tracks from label cohorts gareth wild, dax j and chris stanford. remix work comes in the form of a big room, atmospheric version of moonraker by berghain and panorama bars ryan elliott as well as the vengeance remix of engineers revenge from mexicos luis flores. with this release our closest astral object, the moon takes centre stage with menacing effect.
36 hours in. the lights are flickering and the sweat is pouring out of you like the thoughts that you re trying to write down, to get down the words, to put down the message, to translate all the ideas that keep appearing in your head. ideas like uninvited guests that keep showing up and refusing to leave. somewhere though, there s a truth in there. you know it because you saw it. you know it because you felt it. because when you knew that even though there were ten million reasons why you should go to bed now, why you should go to bed straight away. that you should put these silly things down and stop trying to create and just get some sleep already. that you should stop trying to wrestle the ideas in your subconscious down to the ground so you can actually capture and express them to others. but you persist.
ryan elliott has long been our not-so-secret weapon, lending his curatorial mastery to the massive spectral sound vol. 3 compilation, megamixingspectral 25, and of course by representing on turntables the world over. but after a mere handful of remix credits, he charges out of the gates with his first spectral production, kicking up. deep bass and snares hurtle ever forward, assisted by occasional, faint sonic flourishes and a bevy of throwback vocal loops, but is otherwise devoid of sustained melody. if nothing impedes the supercharged, supersexual, super-detroit momentum of kicking up, the stablo no. remix dials back the tech and pushes its house to the fore. shakers, claps, echo and a whole lot of lateral motion imbues elliott s take-no-prisoners original with a surprising conviviality.
supported by: danny tenaglia, ricardo villalobos, nina kraviz, raresh, pedro, cassy, dj qu, tania vulcano, ryan crosson, shlomiaber, d julz, system of survival, dana ruh, tato, matt tolfrey ...
edec offers up a third serving of deep tinged techno. this ep comes from egal 3 with remix duty going to ostgut star ryan elliott.
the latest addition to the ostgut roster, detroits ryan elliott, is a recognised force on the international dj circuit - yet his productions are few and far between. now re-located in berlin, the new berghain resident contributed his track >abatis< to the >fünf< anniversary compilation, setting the tone with dark and brooding techno undercurrents. these two new tracks bring ryans production skills to the fore, both slow burning and refined recordings that show off his love for bassline-led, straight forward club tools.
der detroiter dj/produzent ryan elliott machte sich als berghain/panorama bar-resident und mit releases auf ostgut ton und ghostly international einen namen in der techno-szene. sein groove betontes, ansprechendes fabric-set meistert er mit stil und bravour, indem er aus unterschiedlichsten strukturen und klangfarben nicht-lineare sequenzen baut, die dem mix erlauben sich über 70 minuten aufzubauen und abzuebben, ohne an intensität zu verlieren und den geneigten hörer darüber rätseln lassen, mit welcher leichtigkeit sich ryan elliott durch solch heterogenes terrain navigiert.
following on from david morales appearance on the label earlier this year, rekids tap up shed and ryan elliott for a pair of percussive reimaginations. well known for remixes of the thompson twins, shawn christopher, clive griffin and the pet shop boys, morales red zone moniker was conceived during the def mix legends formative years at the renowned club sharing the same name. 50 weapons and monkeytowns shed adopts his head high alter ego for a remix that draws the originals vocals into the spotlight before planting thunderous kick drums beneath whilst dusty pads operate above. meanwhile, ostgut ton affiliate ryan elliott crafts a reimagination that incorporates breaky percussion, a rumbling low end and sweeping astral synths.
fresh off the back of john jastszebskis celebrated work ep, d julzs bass culture records returns with a unique and varied double a-side featuring collaborations between berghain mainstay ryan elliott, label regular alex picone and the everinfluential analogue cops.
the third and final part of prime numbers trusme remix series. once again berlin is in the house with berghain master ben klock taking the trusme classic >w.a.r dub< into deep & dark dancefloor territory. in his inimitable style all is condensed into a tightly worked & clinical production. the groove is meticulously worked into making for some hypnotic techno. klocks compadre & panorama bar resident ryan elliot takes on >nards<, stripping back its parts to an insistent & organic piece that that builds to the end. vakula completes the set with a tough reworking of >need a job<. unremitting acid moves bend around a heavyweight break with increasing intensity. serious dancefloor material.
accomplished producer, phil kieran, makes his hotflush debut with a two-track ode to hedonistic flight. yes im going there goes the lead tracks refrain. where there is, who knows? but you can enjoy a soundtrack of sun-kissed piano chords and heraldic horns on the way. as kieran > gets away< on the a2, the mood takes a turn for the dark. lost in the early hours, pockets full of miniature plastic bags and no money…thank fuck for the throb of that kick in these lonely but exciting times
first juke joints remix package of a scheduled three with some serious remixers in the pipeline. fort romeau, cassy and ryan elliott step up offering their own personal interpretations of parris mitchell.
limited to 300 copies only ! a special triple pack vinyl release in bespoke wide spine, heavy card sleeve. features all seven trus me remixes from marcel dettman, norman nodge, dvs1, terrence dixon, ben klock, vakula & ryan elliott.
its the idea of doing an analogue only version of peoples interpretations of songs that they chose off of the album. so i approached four of my favourite producers of the moment that i felt fitted with the whole project. luke solomon
ayoze chico & ollie mendez aka sonogama met each other at the beginning of the 90s thanks to the same interest and enthusiasm for house music. with some more material to be released soon, these two will be very soon ones to watch!
versatile producer nikola gala gets set to release monster club track >only< on the prestigious rekids imprint. a cut of driving, razer sharp techno, the rib-rattling bass and detroit-esque synths will no doubt slay the most discerning dancefloors. throw in a ryan elliott remix and you have yourselves an essential package
vinyl edition (7x12inch) is limited to 1500 copies ww!!! ostgut ton releases this unique compilation of music crafted from field recordings made inside the two berlin clubs berghain and panorama bar. the concept and original recordings were made by the berlin based producer emika. over a period of two months emika created the recordings in the clubs while they were closed to the public and edited them into a library of sounds. the library was then given to all the ostgut ton artists, but also to club associates like dj pete aka substance, dinky, cassy, margaret dygas, ryan elliott and scuba using his scb alias, to make music with. this release marks the celebration of the labels five year anniversary!!
tracks by kardinal offishall, pitbull feat fergie & lmfao, shaun bless feat missy elliott, dj class, fabulous feat keri hilson, ryan leslie, lil wayne feat drake & young jeezy, young rhome feat chris brown!
hypnotischer techno der sich aufbaut bis sich die spannung in einer metallischen synthie melodie entlädt. gentleman techno würde james bond das nennen. auf der flip konnte man ryan elliot für einen remix gewinnen der sich hübsch an die vorgaben hält
phat trus me cd with remixes from marcel dettman, norman nodge, dvs1, terrence dixon, ben klock, vakula & ryan elliott. also includes two nick sinna tracks from his voyager e.p with remixes from jtc ( dabrye ) & conforce !! stunning