Art Of Tones, Phonogenic, Andreas Saag, John Berg
NEVER TOO LATE EP
12" Vinyl FR
Already support from Pezzner, Jimpster, Peter Kruder, Funk D Void, Roberto Rodriguez, Stevie Sole ...
Back after a little summer break, Dairmount compiled once again 4 killers of the highest order to satisfy the most demanding.
Considered as one of the most played tracks of this summer by Resident Advisor and after being charted by everyone from The revenge to Dj Sneak, Art Of Tones' Too much is finally available on black wax. Just in time to announce the brand new EP "La Débandade" following in late september. Completing the A side, "I Woke Up..." is another "in high demand" track by Finnish long runner Phonogenic. Since the early nineties the man has been an established name in the international club scene with key releases on prestigious labels like Guidance, Cocoon or Mood Music to name a few. The track has been played everywhere this summer by Charles Webster, Osunlade or Jimpster and has been recently included on the " My View Of the room" compilation of Dairmount & Berardi.
On the B side, Dairmount opted for two of his favorites out of the rich catalogue of the label. The kind of tracks that really got classics written all over it : John Berg's Stabs is the brainchild of Christoffer & Alex Berg, both known individually for their own outstanding work. Chris has been known as Hird and as the producer of some work of the huge leftfield electronic act Fever Ray. Alex is known today as half of the hot duo Genius Of Time (Royal Oak, Aniara, Freerange). The track is a very unique collaboration between these both and has been causing a stir already. And finally, completing the collection, Andreas Saag's Jazz Lapse is the track that brought him back at the forefront of the scene in 2009 and was never released ever before on vinyl.
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