ramrod is a rebell on the dancefloor and on the decks! known for his guitar and rock based productions he brings us 4 tracks with strong songcharacter in his rebell-rave style. he is also known for his great dj sets together with syntax error as the die bomclikks (german pronounciation) dj team. another new record which can be used to bring the dancelfoor up to the boiling point.
first on decks.de!! again a new groovy dark track from szymon on his new relax2000. after his last release on relax2015 which was supported by remixes from felix bernhardt and syntax error, this time, he gets remixed by the cologne niederflur duo, who are one of the first acts on m-nus since the early days. after their return in 2010 with their album bipolar on their very own label niederflurtracks, followed up by a remix series featuring the great works of troy pierce, raudive, jonas kopp etc., they also take part of the relaxed releases on relax2000 records. they chose szymon hollner s freaky poeple to add their own electronic music aspects.
an ep of two tales, the first beginning in berlin during the winter of 2005, the second from the wilds of the english countryside. mark hawkins should need no introduction here. his music career which spans the past ten years has brought numerous releases, and performances around the world, including legendary clubs like stammheim, tresor and u60311 in germany, doornroosje in the netherlands, le batofar in paris, france and the tunnel club in st. petersburg, russia. je:5 is one of uks most unsung talents. resident live-act at uglyfunk from its inception in 1997, he was always pushing the boundaries, quite often, writing his live sets on the night of the performances.
incl. patrick lindsey remix. label boss christian schachta returns once more with two new cuts of grinding bass and razor-sharp percussion for your listening pleasure. >sugar bombs< pairs up grungy bass with metallic artificial vocal stabs which arrange themselves into a solid techno groove. >sweet market< strips it all back to basics, spitting occasional claps, bleeps and snares, whilst the growling bass returns, growing in intensity as the track progresses. old school bad nauheim techno hero patrick lindsey re-invents >sweet market< into a driving techno-house thumper, complete with clapping and chanting, vocal snips and chicago styled hats, ready to give the party a big boot in the ass in fine style!
you gotta jump on this tune. there is no denying the driving bass line that drags your body into the sound. being the moving power, this solid bass-plate gets built up and down by bright highlights and jumping tunes. a little fatalistic roaring, some swirl here and there, yet every sound feels right where it should be. it is a playful but not at all naïve conglomerate of home made, easy going techno sounds, reminding you a little of back then, but first and foremost letting you groove right now! easily, yet resolutely, you get carried away by the catchy beat that is pushing forward both tracks *stata* and *monday* on the first relax 2000 release in 2015. a perfect restart to just relax and enjoy some fresh, real good techno tune!