two sprawling sagas just in time for your summer… the fast-rising brazilian-in-barcelona known as terr takes time out from launching her new live show to touch down on planet correspondant. and she does so with two beguiling cyberpunk schematics. authentic down to the last wavy synth idiosyncrasies, both neuromancer and ‘multiverse extend the analog dialogue terrs been parlaying since she emerged on hotflush in 2016. the former swaggers with loose drum charm but swoons with sweeping synth emotion while the latter struts with late night neon fantasies and a stirring sense of synth triumph. both provide the same message: this is terr at her most adventurous, detailed and ultimately hopeful with its strong sense of sci-fi mystique. galvanised by insane levels of relentless cosmic funk from krystal klear on the remix, every track on this ep is guaranteed to spin you into a dizzy state of delirium. precision timing from cardinis correspondant, and yet another exceptional release.
brazilian born producer and self-confessed studio freak terr will be making her debut with have you ever on permanent vacation. she found recognition with her creative, quirky electronica productions, said to be heavily influenced by her use of analog gear, her sound is a combination of techno, house and disco with futuristic textures and elements. throwback disco meets techno, alongside a scintillating synth in have your ever, not forgetting the mesmerising robotic female vocal hook. a thunderous kick drum bass line combo takes the dub version into a more late-night dance edit of the original. hauntingly cinematic with its hook line, memoir hints on some intergalactic synthetic inspiration, which builds into a nearly disco-esque breakdown. this track lends well to roll into twenty thousand leagues metallic and bubbling with its multi-layered textures. its delicate and finely tuned.
brazillian-born daniela caldellas returns to hotflush recordings with misantropicalia, a three track ep, with each one showing different facets of her influences, further enriching her identity as terr. picking up where last aprils burn the past ep left off, terr continues to develop what is becoming her retro-futurist signature. the unmistakable footprint of electro, as well as a palpable nostalgia for the early 80s, is present throughout. the title track perhaps even betrays a whiff of italo or hi-nrg with its moroder-esque bass and silky guitar licks, before moving into pure body-popping, linoleum dancefloor territory on the b-side. outrun is an invitation to do the robot worm best heard on a portable ghetto blaster, while dont look around rounds off the 12inch in galvanizing style with hints of electroclash in fractured, fleeting vocals and beats of the fat variety. misantropicalia shows terr with her influences on her sleeve, and her gaze fixed firmly forwards
daniela caldellas is a producer and dj from brazil. having released music in many styles and guises over the years, burn the past, her debut offering as terr, sees her return to her electro and techno roots. this three track ep on hotflush recordings showcases caldellas extensive capabilities as a producer, with a variation of styles present throughout. from the vocal refrains of burn the past via metropoliss electro flirtation to the stadium-sized may day, caldellas flexes a sure-footed range that hints at whats to come.
>molest records< was born from an idea of leo mayhem (dj-producer & mondomusica record shop owner), and f.mahjong conti (360oriented musician-producer). not a label only but a real staff of produces & remixers specialized in vocal-house, electro-pop, chill and jazzy sounds
moving to a house formation, the fourth release from midnight shift combines the forces of detroit veteran terrence parker with small german hometowner simon hinter, plus an additional remix by turkish philogresz. covering the spectrum of the ever-evolving genre from classic to techy, jazzy to deep, it’s one for both the recently initiated and original house music lover.
repress !!! reissue of ex-terrestrials debut ep lands comfortably on temple. resting somewhere between the inner and outer, paraworld is the space for thoughtful and reflective explorations. recommended for lovers of that chillbient tm sound.
peru s stalwart salseros sabor y control return to names you can trust and the 45 format with a brand new pair of signature compositions from band leader and saxophonist bruno macher. collaboratively recorded and produced with nyct in lima s barranco district, these exclusive versions and custom mixes are a throwback to the beautifully raw recordings of 1970s salsa dura. the final result is a testament to the group s tremendous power as a live act and to the musicianship and synergy formed from nearly two decades of playing together, fittingly showcased on the preferred vinyl format.
vernacular is all about loyalty and machines. the cycles of influences and ideals converge to a specific creative bulk. and so from whole emerges few, interlinking, telling its story. stories that are all about dance and dreams need a common core. vernacular collective sequence inks these and spreads them into the wastelands of club-music enthusiasm.
chicagos dj emmaculate brings futuristic deep acid sounds for the new ts crates label (run by terry hunter) on the 2087 ep. genesis pays homage to chicago with hard 909 & 303 sonics. 2087 brings frantic acid synth programming. the light & behind your eyes are deep & banging. support from kenny dope. stamped!