deep medi are very happy to introduce to you the dub mechanics. the dub mechanics are a south london based dj and production team, producing dubstep with a heavy influence on dub. >the clash< and >highest strain< illustrate both sides of the dub mechanics productions skills. >the clash< featured on malas xlr8r mix last year and has been a regular in his sets amongst a select others for some time, pure fire! on the flip >highest strain< show the dub mechanics in their more meditative, subtle, melodic and highly infectious mood with their dub roots shinning through.
celluloid records are back. as a precursor to some jean-karakos-powered new celluloid releases, we first dip into the vast, varied and voluptuous celluloid back catalog for a series of vinyl represses. first stop is new york city, 1984. jean and in-house producer bill laswell have moulded celluloid records into an independent-label tour de force, an genre-less and boundless melting pot of no-wave, hip-hop, rock, world and more. new york is much wilder place than today, ed koch is in control and the streets are mean. powered by the forces of the street art and music are combining in ways they never have done before.
debut album by the clash, which has remained a classic to this day.
this music on vinyl 180 grams audiophile edition also includes a special 7 inch disc with the songs >gates of the west< and >groovy times<, these 2 tracks were originally released on the ep the cost of living.
clash lion is a mix of three personalities, shall ocin, terr and daniel watts. three artists with different musical backgrounds merging forces to create a truly eclectic and open minded label. with an approach to release unique electronic music covering a multitude of genres from techno to retro electronica, their passion for innovative and experimental productions shows no boundaries. the labels debut release comes from maetrik, tantalizing us with an outstanding release. deep and dark warping modulation, twisting upon a bellowing low end is accompanied by searing experimental riffs slithering throughout cortex 11 - b ninex 7 û c has a low end drone of power, which builds slowing alongside a relentless hat before releasing into a mind bending synth pattern of pans and fluctuations. synth depth reigns supreme as the weighty beat kicks into gear, completing a truly mesmerizing maetrik 2 track production.
the dark ego is chirstian vila, with a stunning remix coming from climbing producer loic b. ok some of you were lucky enough to get some of the promo s we had in on this electro house number from rick pier o neil s electroclash imprint and if you did u will know exactly how good this one is...it s based around a very moroder-esque synth sound with an hypnotic vocal and a well heavy bottom end.added to this a remix from loic b who once again delivers the goods, straight dancefloor material packed with energy
clash lion is a mix of three personalities shall ocin, terr and daniel watts. three artists with different musical backgrounds merging forces to create a truly eclectic and open-minded label. after the success of their first release from maetrik firmly putting this label in the spotlight, it was followed by releases from shall ocin and daniel watts. anna who started 2018 with the acclaimed‘hidden beauties ep on kompakt now comes back with a 3 track ep for clash lion. her debut on the label kicks off with suzi in transe, a roaring synth work drives this track into the deep and dark realms of techno, but with an acid element thrown in for good measure. ethereal yet brooding, impression is a track that grows and grows. its classical piano stab perfectly blends into the mix, keeping its dancefloor ready pace right to the end. 80s flare, break beat focused rhythms and an explosive synth riff. into the void is the most futuristic offbeat techno piece we have heard from anna, and makes for a standout new release with three varied and texturally interesting tracks.
the 40th anniversary edition of the roots reggae classic -two sevens clash- album celebrating the period of 1977 to 2017 is available as a great 2cd-package and also as 3lp-vinyl set with additional 12inch-single disco mixes, deejay cuts, dub versions all state-of-the-art remastered by pete norman at finyl tweek. two sevens clash from culture was the must-have reggae accessory for any self-respecting music fan back in that long hot summer of 1977. loaded up with hit anthems like see them a come, i am not ashamed, natty dread taking over and the prophetic title track, two sevens clash remains the defining album statement of the year that reggae crossed over get ready to ride this lion to zion!
the album from 1977 re-issued in a heavy weight 180gram vinyl edition in its original cover. the split lp *clash* is a classic in the deejay genre and features two of the most prominent artists of late 70ies reggae, dillinger (born lester bullock) and trinity (born wade barmmer). re-launch of the classic uk reggae label burning sounds.
haunted doorbell are timothy j. fairplay and matilda tristram who released xylophone together last year on astro lab recordings. picking up where xylophone left off unconnected thoughts on jacking is four tracks of naive melodies, rough slamjack drums, and new age atmospheres. starclash kicks off side a, with its dramatic arpeggios and sid chip crashes, techno to soundtrack the saturday night laser show at the planetarium. following is a night of adventure with its eastern scales and washy broken chorus unit hiss. on side b we have beautiful sheffield - an ode to electronic musics (possibly) most important british city and the title track rounds of the ep - house music for listening to while looking out to sea.
is the truth out there? with the truth 2008 - 2013 anthology, solaronemusic presents a refine selection of some of the exaltics greatest tracks from 2008-2013, reviewing in 2xlp five years of a highly prolific career. this future classic retrospective gathers together the very best of the jena located artist on labels such like transient force, bunker, clone or last known trajectory just to name a few
das aufeinandertreffen der zwei großen deejays aus dem jahre 1984 wurde als vinyl neu aufgelegt. mit dem gütesiegel channel one, roots radics und henry junjo lawes hatten beide kuenstler die gelegenheit auf jeweils fuenf tracks und schwergewichtigen riddims (prison oval rock, lecturer , fever, stars, rougher yet)ihre fähigkeiten nachhaltig zu demonstrieren!
another dancefloor essential from the nice up! crew - this time hooking up with iconic reggae label maximum sounds, who this year celebrate 20 years in the business. having worked with pretty much every big name in dancehall and reggae, label owner and producer frenchie entrusted nice up! head honcho shep to delve into the vaults to rework some classics for this jungle soundclash ep. first up, belgiums turntable dubbers take on the mighty bounty killer and lukie d, creating a monstrous drum & bass anthem that will slay any soundsystem. then it is portugals ricky tuffs turn to ramp up a selection of vocalists including mr vegas, burro bantan, carl meeks & fuzzy jones on the sound exterminata riddim - total soundboy destruction! both tracks are tried and tested by names such as serial killaz, benny page, david rodigan and more.
oh how we love the dancefloor and its magic! every weekend we lose ourselves in endless grooves and jacking beats. we forget about time and space and let the music hypnotize us. we move our bodies. we sweat and feel happy and high. for moments like this snuff trax 009-b with tracks by affie yusuf, john red hawk, ricardo miranda and arttu was made. dedicated to all you dancers out there.
CHANGE THE BEAT: THE CELLULOID RECORDS STORY 1979-1987 (2X12 LP + CD)
2x12" Vinyl lp + cd D04.03.13
strut kicks off its 2013 release schedule with the first definitive overview of one of the most revered, open-minded and influential labels of the 1980s, celluloid records!
double 12 inch vinyl in gatefold sleeve, cd-copy of the full album included.
the killa tingz moniker might not be one you recognise immediately, but take a closer look and the clues are in the name. after working together over the past 18 months, killa tingz represents the combined skills and efforts of label bosses run tingz cru and their studio mentors, highly rated reggae remix masters the serial killaz. with the run tingz crus stock rapidly rising thanks to their solid productions, incredible live shows and packed out run tingz sessions events, and serial killaz continually consolidating a reputation as the jungle legends remixers of choice with their impeccable studio skills, you have got every reason to get just a little bit excited about this release and with bonafide uk reggae legend yt providing vocals across the track, and hotly tipped uk hip hop stalwart kners dropping bars on the stadium dnb remix on the flip, you dont need to turn on your turntable to know this record is something a little bit special.
we love this record, it really puts the dub in dubstep. their first three releases have sold out and this has been doing well on promo which shows there is a real market out there for this style which really goes back to the early beginnings of how dubstep came about.
when i first started making the drum on my mpc it sounded like a battle of drums i then added some stabs from the machines, trying to make it sound like the oldschool chicago tracks. this track is all about editing, drum programming and of course the inimitable tap repeat touch that only the mpc can generate. the end result is ninted house, a pure floor killer for all you real house heads. the clash is not a reference to the band but i felt the track goes well with ninted house it has the same mpc groove. stabs and hip hop sampled voices that remind us of those kind of tracks, where editing and sound mixing are more important than the musical elements. its that breadth in house music that i love. enjoy those two floor killers and dance ur ass off! franck roger
huge new 12inch from the master himself! >dont panic – its automatic< – a title that is in many ways descriptive for a track that fires the creative starting shot for anthony rother in 2008. recently having been not more than consistent, rother heralded a stylistic reorientation of his music, however, with last years programmatic >moderntronic< ep. on the a-side, >dont panic<, with the vocoder voices that have come back after a long time now, stays closely associated with the sound and the aesthetic of datapunk - a unique vision of a futuristic abstraction between techno, disco and electro. the dataclash mix on the b-side then formulates the stylistic new beginning with a consistency that leaves the listener speechless. rarely before on datapunk has homage been paid to the imperative of energy so rigorously. going against the grain with extremely surprising noise effects, the dataclash mix is tailor-made even for reductionist dj sets in its psychoactive darkness. a thrilling foretaste of the third rother album on datapunk, announced for the coming year