hot creations revive chicago’s ghetto house scene with pioneer dj funk and german producer rydim who deliver the pumping “ghetto booty”. a fitting addition to the release, miami’s jesse perez is on hand with solid remix.
the title track is a real throwback to the era of ghetto house with it’s straight up, stripped beats. rydim explains “this project is a dream for me! dj funk has always been my greatest hero in all things chicago. doing “ghetto booty” with charles was such a fantastic opportunity to bring all these energetic, uptempo chicago vibes to today’s dancefloors. it’s a bouncing, killer of a track! the other “easy as that” is more of a dj tool. it’s the result of my latest drum computer, swinging like only these little machines can.”
rydim has been stirring up dance floors and releasing records under a variety of pseudonyms since 2002. since his rydim alias began in 2013, he has delivered releases for an enviable roster of labels including hot creations, tsuba and pets recordings and his tours have included the electronic scene’s most prestigious clubs.
mr. nice guy records label owner jesse perez has released on labels like hot creations, i’m a house gangster, bpitch control and eats everything’s edible. his music always has a tongue in cheek charm and this latest remix is no exception, as he brings a heavy dose of funk and swing into the mix.
set to cause serious heat, hot creations release the mighty gotham city from rydim featuring the electrifying voice of chicago house legend paris brightledge. the release also offers a sonic remix from simon baker under his techno moniker bkr projekt plus an alternative moonlight mix.
more vinyl-only dopeness from colonel wrong face and the just jack crew. serving up the heat this time is berlin based producer rydim, a man who’s been stirring up dance floors and releasing records for over a decade now, both as a solo artist and also collaborating with 2 friends under a very popular, super hush-hush pseudonym (it’s a secret yeah, so we ain’t telling you nuffing!). detroit’s jared wilson brings home the bacon on remix duties, turning out a deep acid sleaze-fest for the discerning earlobe. pack your wellies cause that 303 shit is squelchy.
it is the collaboration we have all been waiting for! the careers of both catz n dogz and eats everything have been intrinsically linked since the polish duo debuted the incredible mr edible via his agenda-setting *entrance song* on pets in 2011. their relationship was compounded by dirtybird dynamics, both acts sitting on the fringes of house and techno, neither side shy of the rich taste of bass, the work of both eats everything and catz n dogz has always sat side-by-side… but never together. until now.
two instantly distinctive, unmissable originals. one killer remix. they say it is a dog eat dog world. well not anymore… welcome to the crazy world of catz eats dogz.
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we present a brand new artist with the debut ep from rydim, an alias from a well known producer who wishes to let the music of his new project do the talking.nash has been exclusively road tested by label boss kevin griffiths over recent months & is a big track for the dancefloor with hooky vox, percs and killer bassline. another tsuba ltd essential.
antinote squeeze out the mind lotion: eight sun-drenched excursions, tip!! mind lotion crafts a very modern guide to sun-drenched soundscapes in the form of altitude attitudes, a musical travel-log, consisting of eight pieces, written over two years, which are recollections of experiences, moments in time from trips – either real or romanticized – to exotic destinations.
vinyl only! synths glittering through the night are pierced by metallic percussion and crushed by bass frequencies from a deep abyss! many times have ricardo esposito and micheal nadjé demonstrated their tight dj skills all over europe and now these two brothers have stepped up their game yet again to craft two tracks in a most simple and efficient way that only early chi house is capable of. claps, toms and tambourines rushing fiercely through arped hooks bring back that 87 feeling! the flip transports us back to the present day in the form of two remixes, but wont betray the a-sides spirit. for b1 john spring trades arpeggios for chords and introduces a thump you will surely be able to feel on the floor. kyle, on the other hand, hooks up his analog gear and pulls out synth lines that will get everyone on the dance floor dizzy – but only until the bass line crushes their chests.
born lincoln barrington minott, sugar possessed multiple musical talents. the jamaican native was a prolific songwriter and singer and provided blueprints for the rise of the contemporary dancehall style, where he was equally influential as a producer and his extraordinarily popular sound system and company, youthman promotions, that helped launch numerous new djs and artists into the limelight.
underground classic trax is a label focused on releasing original material from timeless artists. for this new release, we bring you guys some of the rarest 12 inches around with a deep house compilation called indeed masters of deep house. a side comes up with the amazing vincent floyd featuring chan >your eyes< with both vocals & instrumental versions. essential. on b1 & b2, we get bobby konders as rydims with >nice & slow< & >mello<. maybe your last chance to get those, be quick!