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TITLES OUT THIS WEEK FROM ABOVE BOARD / KRD

    Disco

    House / Tech-House

    Techno

    Hardcore / Jungle

    Represses


    TITLES OUT THIS WEEK FROM ABOVE BOARD / KRD

    Disco

    ARTISTNyra
    TITLECanoe 11
    LABELCanoe
    CATALOGUE NO.CANOE011
    FORMAT12"
    TERRITORYWorldwide
    RELEASE DATEFIRST RELEASE19/07/2019
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    Genres

  • Deep House
  • Disco
  • Tech House
  • Track Listing

    1. A. Both Of Us Knowing
    2. B1. Video People
    3. B2. Neon Glance

    PLEASE SHOWER BEFORE ENTERING THE POOL!


    ARTISTFirst Choice
    TITLELove Thang (DJ Pope Remixes)
    LABELSalsoul
    CATALOGUE NO.SALSBMG05
    FORMAT12"
    TERRITORYWorldwide
    RELEASE DATEFIRST RELEASE26/07/2019
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    Genres

  • Deep House
  • Disco
  • Track Listing

    1. A. Love Thang (DJ Pope Vocal Mix)
    2. B. Love Thang (DJ Pope Dub)

    DJ Pope from Chicago has remixed Love Thang by Iconic Salsoul Records girl group First Choice. Lead singer Rochelle Flemming is still touring internationally and singing the groups classics that have stood the test of time, Love Thang being one of them.

    DJ Pope has made a mark in the soulful house scene and brings his skills to this record for release on Salsoul Records. Featuring funky saxophones, the remix offers a contemporary, progressive take on the original that is sure to get dancefloors moving this summer.


    ARTISTJKriv featuring Adeline
    TITLEYo Love
    LABELGlitterbox
    CATALOGUE NO.GLITS038
    FORMAT12"
    TERRITORYWorldwide
    RELEASE DATEFIRST RELEASE26/07/2019
    REPRESS21/08/2020
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    Genres

  • Disco
  • Track Listing

    1. A1. Yo Love (Club Mix)
    2. A2. Yo Love (Club Instrumental)
    3. AA1. Yo Love (Dub)
    4. AA2. Yo Love (Accapella)

    Producer, label boss, DJ, multi-instrumentalist and songwriter JKriv, aka Jason Kriveloff, is an innovator and tastemaker of the dance music world. Delivering exquisite musicality to everything he touches, his Glitterbox Recordings debut and latest musical output ‘Yo Love’ is no exception. Jason’s former Escort bandmate Adeline provides the vocals on this soulful dose of disco goodness, with her indelible vocals harmonising the lovestruck lyrics. With its unfaltering groove, this 12” package features the stand-out Club Mix, with all the elements of a classic disco track, modernised for dancefloors at Glitterbox parties and beyond, along with all the necessary DJ tools such as the Club Instrumental, the Dub and Accapella.


    ARTISTMr. PC
    TITLEEdits From Detroit #2
    LABELRocksteady Disco
    CATALOGUE NO.RSD014
    FORMAT12"
    TERRITORYWorldwide
    RELEASE DATEFIRST RELEASE26/07/2019
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    Genres

  • Disco
  • Track Listing

    1. A1. Life Is A Circle (Mr. PC Edit)
    2. A2. What Can I Do For You? (Mr. PC 12” Edit)
    3. B. Do What You Wanna Do (Mr. PC Mystic Rhythm Dub Edit)

    After a couple years behind the scenes label boss Peter Croce (aka Mr. PC) is back in the production seat to release 3 of his most prized edits with a message. First up is “Life Is A Circle”, a peak hour Philadelphia Disco classic, remastered and extended in all the right places for maximum ecstatic dance floor use. Rounding out the A side is “What Can I Do For You?”, a Gallery-era R&B proto-disco cut with a massive drum break that never got the 12” treatment that it deserved until now. On the flip Peter delivers some dance floor meditation, complete with tons of drums and dub poetry for the heads that dream of a better day. These 3 have been tried and tested on dance floors from Detroit to Chicago and London to Paris, and Rocksteady Disco is excited for you to have them in your mitts. Vinyl only, and hand-stamped by Mr. PC himself.


    House / Tech-House

    ARTISTLone
    TITLEAbraxas EP
    LABELAncient Astronauts
    CATALOGUE NO.ASTRO02
    FORMAT12"
    TERRITORYWorldwide
    RELEASE DATEFIRST RELEASE26/07/2019
    REPRESS13/09/2019
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    Genres

  • Breakbeat
  • Deep House
  • Techno
  • Track Listing

    1. A1. Abraxas
    2. A2. Young Star Cluster
    3. B. How Can You Tell

    LONE - ABRAXAS EP IS A THREE TRACK EXCURSION INTO ETHEREAL ACID

    Lone reveals the first physical release on his new imprint, Ancient Astronauts, which has been set up to release new material whilst working on his next studio album.

    The three track EP, Abraxas, sees the producer carry out his first experiments with 303 acid packaged up in a breakbeat club tool focused sound – an idea which was sparked from hearing friends playing ‘90s drum and bass at slower speeds than usual.

    The result is a rip-roaring trio of tracks, with the heavy bass rumbles and searing squelch of Abraxas undoubtedly cementing the title track as the chosen club destroyer. Young Star Cluster follows up with a marriage of the rolling funky drummer break with bursts of 303 acid and Lone’s trademark empyrean breakdowns before How Can You Tell takes us deeper still, with choral pads opening the door to another chapter in the multifaceted producer’s sound.


    ARTISTRoberto Surace
    TITLEJoys
    LABELDefected
    CATALOGUE NO.DFTD585
    FORMAT12"
    TERRITORYWorldwide
    RELEASE DATEFIRST RELEASE26/07/2019
    FIRST RELEASE20/09/2019
    REPRESS21/08/2020
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    Genres

  • Deep House
  • Track Listing

    1. A. Joys

    As certain as the sun setting across San Antonio Bay each night, throughout every Ibiza season there is a record that becomes the track of the summer. This year Roberto Surace’s ‘Joys’ is that track. Championed by legendary Ibiza heavyweight Marco Carola for some time now, as well as island tastemakers Andrea Oliva, wAFF and Joey Daniel, there has already been serious demand for the club cut. Now Defected Records are delighted to announce Roberto’s debut on the label with the official release of this essential summer tune. In the unlikely event you haven’t already been captured by ‘Joys’, its earworm vocal and explosive bassline make it one seriously addictive track set to go stratospheric.


    ARTISTMaceo Plex
    TITLEWhen The Lights Are Out (Extended Garage Mix)
    LABELWhite Label
    CATALOGUE NO.MP001
    FORMAT12"
    TERRITORYWorldwide
    RELEASE DATEFIRST RELEASE26/07/2019
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    Genres

  • Deep House
  • Techno
  • Track Listing

    1. A When The Lights Are Out - Extended Garage Mix

    Maceo Plex, releases the eagerly awaiting Extended Garage Mix of the certified floor filler “When the Lights Are Out”. The synths drip over, fast paced drums and an emotive vocal. This is the sound of a master at work and is another landmark release for both artist and label.

    200 white labels and no repress.


    ARTISTVarious Artists
    TITLEClassics Volume 5
    LABEL4 To The Floor
    CATALOGUE NO.FTTFCS006
    FORMAT12"
    TERRITORYWorldwide
    RELEASE DATEFIRST RELEASE26/07/2019
    REPRESS22/05/2020
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    Genres

  • Deep House
  • Track Listing

    1. A1. Fonda Rae - Living In Ecstasy (The Groove Mix)
    2. A2. Fonda Rae - Living In Ecstasy (JC’s Ecstasy Dub)
    3. B1. Jon Cutler featuring E-Man - It’s Yours (Original Distant Music Mix)
    4. B2. The Return - New Day (Original)

    4 To The Floor is committed to delivering seminal house music to wax, making sought after heritage tracks readily available on vinyl for crate diggers to add to their collections. Now in its fifth edition, the series continues to raise the bar. The A-Side features two mixes of the mid-nineties Mood II Swing production ‘Living In Ecstasy’ by Fonda Rae. The R&B singer who was responsible for cult hits like ‘Touch Me’ delivers silky-smooth vocals that remain the focus in the opening Groove Mix, whereas JC’s Ecstasy Dub follows up with a rumbling bassline to deliver a club-focussed version. On the flip we’re greeted by a slice of 2001 goodness with the Original Distant Music Mix of Jon Cutler featuring E-Man ‘It’s Yours’, a seminal house classic. Closing out the release is The Return’s ‘New Day’, originally released on Fourth Floor Records in 1999, twenty years later this sublime and emotive piece of house music history sounds fresh as ever. Classics Volume 5 is another record box essential delivered to you by 4 To The Floor.


    ARTISTLogic
    TITLEBlues For You
    LABELStrictly Rhythm
    CATALOGUE NO.SR12232
    FORMAT12"
    TERRITORYWorldwide
    RELEASE DATEFIRST RELEASE26/07/2019
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    Genres

  • Deep House
  • Track Listing

    1. A1. Blues For You (Vocal Mix #1)
    2. A2. Blues For You (Vocal Mix #2)
    3. B1. Blues For You (Hard Dub)
    4. B2. Blues For You (Soft Dub Mix)

    Logic's 'Blues for you' is a stone cold underground classic. Period. 1994 NYC soulful house groove all up in your area. This is it. The real thing. Wayne Gardiner is a definite unsung hero of dance music, the majority of his productions leaving dancers and DJ's salivating and dancing non-stop. Across 4 different mixes Gardiner shows up the deadly art of simplicity, making all of the versions contained within essentials. Absolutely banging from start to finish. The vocal versions are soaring, the dubs are absolutely tearing, setting dancefloors alight from the Shelter to Club Coliseum. Another Strictly anthem right here, given some tasty 2019 remastering treatment and repressed onto a high quality, weighty 12" for all you record lovers out there, this one will keep them moving in the mix. Perfect NYC sounds here, untouched and represented in it's original 1993 form with original Strictly label artwork, you need this!


    ARTISTK.C.Y.C.
    TITLEI'm Not Dreaming / Side By Side
    LABELStrictly Rhythm
    CATALOGUE NO.SR12188
    FORMAT12"
    TERRITORYWorldwide
    RELEASE DATEFIRST RELEASE26/07/2019
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    Genres

  • Deep House
  • Track Listing

    1. A1. I'm Not Dreaming (Media Mix)
    2. A2. I'm Not Dreaming (Mystipsychotix)
    3. B1. Side By Side (Again Mix)
    4. B2. Side By Side (Instrumental)

    Kerri 'Kaos' Chandler dropping some neat early 90's House pressure on the mighty Strictly Rhythm under his KCYC pseudonym. That's right, more and more gems mined deep outta the SR archives! 'I'm Not Dreaming / Side By Side' both serve up that typical, cherished KC vibe, all chunky swinging drums and deep basslines, and not forgetting those chords, with Chevelle's vox taking us into the garage stratosphere. The b-side is a more introspective affair, but nonetheless pure dancefloor fire. You cannot put a foot wrong with Kerri during this period, this one ticks all the boxes and has been given some tasty 2019 remastering treatment and repressed onto a high quality, weighty 12" for all you record lovers out there, this one will keep them moving in the mix. Perfect NYC/NJ House sounds here, untouched and represented in it's original 1993 form with original Strictly label artwork, snoozing not permitted!


    ARTISTTee Mango
    TITLE50 Songs - EP#2 (Inc. Hubie Davison / Kiwi / Hidden Spheres / CR78 Remixes)
    LABELMillionhands Black
    CATALOGUE NO.MH-50S-EP2
    FORMAT12"
    TERRITORYWorldwide
    RELEASE DATEFIRST RELEASE26/07/2019
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    Genres

  • Deep House
  • Nu Disco
  • Track Listing

    1. A1. Woo Hoo
    2. A2. Down Down Down (Hubie Davison Remix)
    3. B1. Woo Hoo (Kiwi Remix)
    4. B2. Down Down Down (Hidden Spheres Remix)
    5. B3. Don't Worry About The Rain (Tee Mango CR78 Remix)

    To mark his second artist album on his own Millionhands label in July, Tee Mango teases with a fantastic second EP from it featuring remixes from Hidden Spheres (Lobster Theremin, NTS), Kiwi (Futureboogie, Optimo, Life & Death) and Hubie Davison (Regraded).

    The fantastic full length finds the UK artist stretch himself and serve up a dazzling array of soul-drenched, vocal-laced songs featuring his own singing and influenced by the likes of Prince and Bon Iver, alongside awesome gyuest vox from Detroit funk legend and former Funkadelic member Amp Fiddler.

    Opening up EP 2, Tee Mango serves up a fizzing and arpeggiated electronic disco track, ‘Woo Hoo’ which will undoubtedly be rocking festival tents this summer. Irishman and Leisure System man Hubie Davison then steps up to the plate with a heart-warming, tripped out and twinkling organic house mix of ‘Down Down Down’, featuring warm oaky melodies and Mango’s fragmented falsettos.

    Then comes a dazzling techno-not-techno mix of ‘Woo Hoo’ from Londoner Kiwi, an associate for labels like Correspondent and Optimo Music. This superb version keeps the galloping arpeggiated feel of the original but swaps the broken beat for a straight four to dizzying effect. Following that is acclaimed Lobster Theremin, Rhythm Section and NTS regular Hidden Spheres with a hip house basement re-rub of ‘Down Down Down’ with more of Tee Mango’s fragmented falsetto over a beat Prince would be proud of.

    Finally, Tee Mango himself then steps out with the excellent balearic skit ‘Don’t Worry About the Rain’ with deliciously soothing Rhodes and synth whines topped with Mango’s vocals imploring us to ignore the weather.

    This is a top package that bristles with brilliant club sounds for a range of different settings and more than whets the whistle for the forthcoming album.


    ARTISTManakinz
    TITLEWild Combination
    LABELLet's Play House
    CATALOGUE NO.LPH067
    FORMAT12"
    TERRITORYWorldwide
    RELEASE DATEFIRST RELEASE26/07/2019
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    Genres

  • Deep House
  • Track Listing

    1. A1. Lampaholics
    2. A2. Tangerine Submarine
    3. B1. Le Stoat
    4. B2. Hippy Bovril

    Late-summer joy from two long-time Glaswegian party-makers, James “Harri” Harrigan, a resident at the legendary Sub Club for over thirty years, once again crossing the aisle from DJ to producer after a ten-year hiatus, and Max Raskin, together known as Manakinz.

    The four tracks (five on the digital version) contained are saucy, sassy late-night bangers meant to keep you locked into a permanent groove hovering right around that 124-BPM sweet spot. Sharp, punchy house oiled with groovy disco grease.


    ARTISTThe Vision featuring Andreya Triana
    TITLEHeaven (Inc. Mousse T. / Nightmares on Wax Remixes)
    LABELDefected
    CATALOGUE NO.DFTD548R
    FORMAT12"
    TERRITORYWorldwide
    RELEASE DATEREPRESS27/09/2019
    REPRESS10/04/2020
    REPRESS22/05/2020
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    Genres

  • Deep House
  • Track Listing

    1. A1. Heaven
    2. A2. Heaven (Mousse T.'s E-Funk Extended Mix)
    3. B1. Heaven (Nightmares On Wax Remix)
    4. B2. Heaven (Nightmares On Wax Club Dub)

    After revealing KON’s edit of ‘Heaven’ on their blissful 7” debut, The Vision return to release the original on 12”, along with remixes from Mousse T. and Nightmares on Wax. Opening the A-Side with the blissful original, a funk-laden track vocally-led by Andreya Triana, it pairs her soulful tones with lush instrumentation make ‘Heaven’ a sublime introduction to the duo. Up next is Mousse T.’s E-Funk Mix, where the legendary German DJ lends his signature disco-infused style to the track to produce an atmospheric club cut. On the flip side are the two mixes from Leeds native Nightmares On Wax. Bringing his trademark funk-flavoured grooves into the mix, his remix of the track showing the producer’s innate musicality. Rounding off the release is the Nightmare On Wax Club Dub, stripping back the vocals to offer a transformed version of the original.


    ARTISTAlex Dimou
    TITLEWhat Keeps You There (Cevin Fisher / Avidus Remixes)
    LABELCrosstown Rebels
    CATALOGUE NO.CRM222
    FORMAT12"
    TERRITORYWorldwide
    RELEASE DATEFIRST RELEASE26/07/2019
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    Genres

  • Deep House
  • Tech House
  • Track Listing

    1. A1. What Keeps You There
    2. A2. What Keeps You There (Cevin Fisher Remix)
    3. B1. What Keeps You There (Avidus Remix)
    4. B2. Let It Be Known

    Alex Dimou makes a welcome debut on Crosstown Rebels with What Keeps You There with two great remixes from Cevin Fisher and Avidus.

    The EP begins with the enchanting nature of What Keeps You There. A prominent piano roll opens proceedings, with Vili’s moving vocals soon introduced over a chugging bassline. Cevin Fisher’s remix of the title track comes next. A more driving minimal house take on the lead record, subtle kicks converge on rustling percussion, before Vili’s emotive vocals once again form a poignantly heartfelt production. Avidus provide a dance floor-ready rework of the original, that features a mechanical sounding synth and an echoing, electric breakdown, before the EP is rounded off with Let It Be Known, a four-to-the-floor, pumping house cut made up of strong kicks and driving pads.

    Alex Dimou is a producer, DJ and remixer whose career has seen him perform all around the global circuit. As a remixer, he has collaborated with the likes of Maya Jane Coles and M.A.N.D.Y, whilst his own releases have found a home on Jamie Jones’ Hottrax as well as renowned Berlin imprint Get Physical Music. Legendary American producer Cevin Fisher has been releasing standout records since 1995, achieving five entries in the UK singles chart between 1998 and 2001. German duo Avidus are regulars on Crosstown Rebels, and continue to run their own imprint Empore Music, which was launched in 2015.


    ARTISTCasey Spillman
    TITLEAdore and Endure Each Other EP (Enzo Siragusa Remix)
    LABELInfuse
    CATALOGUE NO.INFUSE034
    FORMAT12"
    TERRITORYWorldwide
    RELEASE DATEFIRST RELEASE26/07/2019
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    Genres

  • Deep House
  • Tech House
  • Track Listing

    1. A1. Avec Moi
    2. A2. Temperature
    3. B1. Avec Moi (Enzo Siragusa Remix)
    4. B2. Endure

    Emerging UK talent Casey Spillman debuts on Infuse this July, accompanied by FUSE boss Enzo Siragusa on remix duties.

    A rising DJ and producer within the UK’s bubbling scene, London’s Casey Spillman is most certainly an artist to take note of for 2019. Taking influences from UK dubstep and garage through to film scores and beyond, his slick blend of bumping house music has seen him take to key institutions across the country including Fabric, Village Underground, and Distrikt in recent months, whilst also joining the FUSE crew at Studio 338 late last year as part of their ten year ‘Decade Of Rave’ celebrations. Following releases on Daydream, Sukhumvit and Blind Vision to name just a few, he now makes his debut appearance Infuse, offering up three lively productions in the form of his ‘Adore and Edure Each Other’ EP with FUSE head Enzo Siragusa turning in a slick interpretation of the lead cut to complete the package.

    Lead track ‘Avec Moi’ is a pacey effort that balances skipping hats and shuffling percussion with rich chords and infectious female vocal hooks, whilst ‘Temperature’ introduces a weighty garage-tinged bassline that snakes amongst off-kilter bleeps and sharp lasers. Next, Siragusa’s remix of ‘Avec Moi’ employs rolling percussion arrangements amongst soaring atmospherics and warped vocals, before ‘Endure’ combines swinging drums and groove-heavy bass guitar licks to reveal an impressive house cut that closes out proceedings in style.


    ARTISTFranc Spangler
    TITLENext To You EP
    LABELDelusions Of Grandeur
    CATALOGUE NO.DOG74
    FORMAT12"
    TERRITORYWorldwide
    RELEASE DATEFIRST RELEASE26/07/2019
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    Genres

  • Deep House
  • Track Listing

    1. A. Next To You
    2. B1. Somewhere Else
    3. B2. Dreamworld

    Franc Spangler makes a welcome and long overdue return to Delusions with a mighty-fine three tracker packed with the good stuff. The throbbing bump of the title track with it’s bouncing square-wave bassline and drifting stabs leads the charge, crunchy hats driving along the groove whilst a cut up vocal ratchets up the energy.

    Flipping over we have Somewhere Else, a much deeper and jazzier affair based around a repeating four bar horn part. Never straying too far from the dance floor, Franc keeps things percussive and dynamic whilst conjuring up a moment of musical bliss, chiming synths dripping down like golden rays of sunshine on the densely textured orchestral layers.

    Closing off the release, Dreamworld takes us by the hand on a tropical excursion, low slung beats punctuated by echoing xylophone riffs and Apito whistle. Dubby atmospherics and warm Juno106 chords give the track a Balearic mood perfect for the summer months ahead.


    ARTISTPremis
    TITLEMutual EP (Spencer Parker Remix)
    LABELUncage
    CATALOGUE NO.USS001
    FORMAT12"
    TERRITORYWorldwide
    RELEASE DATEFIRST RELEASE26/07/2019
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    Genres

  • Deep House
  • Electro
  • Tech House
  • Track Listing

    1. A1. Awkward Eye Contact
    2. A2. Awkward Eye Contact (Spencer Parker's Workmix)
    3. B1. Commonly Known
    4. B2. Lost In A Rental

    New low profile Uncage sublabel for everything house.


    Techno

    ARTISTForeign Guest & Wewerka
    TITLEHuman Sequencer EP (Inc. Nuno Dos Santos Remix)
    LABELOutcast Oddity
    CATALOGUE NO.OO011
    FORMAT12"
    TERRITORYUK & USA only
    RELEASE DATEFIRST RELEASE26/07/2019
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    Genres

  • Deep House
  • Techno
  • Track Listing

    1. A1. Human Sequencer
    2. A2. Model 1882
    3. B1. Human Sequencer (Nuno Dos Santos Remix)

    Foreign Guest & Wewerka debut on Outcast Oddity with their Human Sequencer EP.
    Featuring a Nuno Dos Santos Remix on the flip side!


    ARTISTMadben
    TITLEBlooming EP (Brame & Hamo Remix)
    LABELEllum Audio
    CATALOGUE NO.ELL052
    FORMAT12"
    TERRITORYWorldwide
    RELEASE DATEFIRST RELEASE26/07/2019
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    Genres

  • Techno
  • Track Listing

    1. A1. Blooming
    2. A2. Blooming (Brame & Hamo Remix)
    3. B1. Enjoy Yourself
    4. B2. Haze

    Maceo Plex’s taste-making Ellum Audio serves up a sizzling EP from Madben, featuring a remix from men of the moment Brame & Hamo.

    Frenchman Madben has a healthy reverence for Jeff Mills and Detroit techno that infuses all his work. He has been mentored by Laurent Garnier and released on a wealth of quality labels from Bedrock to Suara. A resident of the Rex Club in Paris where he puts on his MAAD parties, he is now a regular in the best clubs around Europe where he serves up his always profound sounds, something he does again here.

    First up is the fantastic ‘Blooming’, with its old school rave styles and dusty breakbeats. Euphoric chords light up the whole thing and it’s a tune that is sure to get hands in the air. Brame & Hamo are Irish sensations who are based in Berlin and known for big tunes that range from house to techno to disco. After establishing their own label they step out with a remix that is superbly stripped back. On deep rolling drums, sleek synths unfold and take you on a cosmic adventure that is well paced and cinematic.

    Madben’s ‘Enjoy Yourself' is well crafted techno with a sense of progression in the ever evolving lead synths. Rumbling drums provide the power below and filtered, whispered vocals are an intriguing detail up top. Last of all, ‘Haze’ is a prickly track with snappy mental drums, off kilter synths that twist and turn and a dark energy that is tinged with industrialism.

    This is a fresh techno offering that comes with plenty of new ideas that are all expertly executed.


    ARTISTAda Kaleh
    TITLEChemare cosmică
    LABELR&S
    CATALOGUE NO.RS1910
    FORMAT12"
    TERRITORYWorldwide
    RELEASE DATEFIRST RELEASE26/07/2019
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    Genres

  • Deep House
  • Techno
  • Track Listing

    1. A. Chemare cosmică
    2. B. Valea ancestrală

    R&S presents a killer 2 tracker from Romania’s Ada Kaleh AKA Iulian Cuculea, which follows his stunning "Palatul de clestar" EP on R&S in 2017.

    Iulian's music combines hypnotic rhythms with rich, naturally evolving sounds that invite the listener into a parallel world. Appropriately enough this release was inspired by a literal and metaphorical trip to the Domogled-Valea Cernei National Park - a camping / hiking expedition with two friends lead to some mystic experiences.

    "We arrived quite late, so we put our tent somewhere quiet, near a small river, set up a little campfire, cracked a couple of beers open, rolled a joint and enjoyed the view we had of the Milky Way.
    The next day we ventured into the mountains, munching on the mushrooms as we went. They soon started to mess with our perception of time, adding new dimensions to our reality. There was nobody else but us on the mountains, which made us feel like all the energy of the place ran through us only. Suddenly, we saw a gorgeous valley ahead, so we decided to scrap the previous route we planned and just went towards it. It felt like we were approaching an elvish land when we were welcomed by 3 beautiful mares. This was the ancestral valley, which inspired the B side of the release called Valea ancestrală (the romanian translation of ancestral valley)."

    Deciding to change route and go towards another climb, one they felt sure would lead them to the land of dwarfs, one of Iulians's friends sensed the presence of a viper ahead, so they returned down to the valley and explored another route; "Soon we were on the cliffs again, on the opposite slope we saw an ancient woman holding the mountain together, which sparked talks about the universe and the female energy holding everything in her universal hands, religion, duality, finite and infinite planes of existence. This was a cosmic call, and became the inspiration for the A side, Chemare cosmică (romanian translation of cosmic call).

    Musical cues for the Ada Kaleh sound come from the varied likes of Boards of Canada, Sigur Ros and Future Sound of London amongst others, evident in the dreamlike focus on natural sounds that pervade the two tracks of this release -  A-side  "Chemare cosmică" draws the listener in with a percolating main synth riff that burbles along like a winding mountain stream, underpinned by the pulsing rhythm track and swirling lysergic synth washes oscillate through the track like vapour trails. On the flip "Valea ancestrală" provides a more stripped back vibe, rattling percussion and sketched out bandpassed chords jostle with the occasional synth swirl to mesmeric effect.


    ARTISTGardens Of God
    TITLEEl Zero
    LABELSodai
    CATALOGUE NO.SODAI010
    FORMAT12"
    TERRITORYWorldwide
    RELEASE DATEFIRST RELEASE26/07/2019
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    Genres

  • Techno
  • Track Listing

    1. A. Zero One
    2. B1. Zero Two
    3. B2. Zero Three

    As tension and seduction overlap in “Zero One”, the sound and the build-up is just enough to suck the listener in before the slight shift of style in “Zero Two”. The track gains the rhythmic flow of its own and grapples with higher pitch without losing the distinct tone of the producer. All three tracks share familiar dark undertones which are notably highlighted in “Zero Three” with a clear intention to leave the listener on an unmistakable high.


    ARTISTViers
    TITLESteel City Dance Discs Volume 12
    LABELSteel City Dance Discs
    CATALOGUE NO.SCDD012
    FORMAT12"
    TERRITORYWorldwide
    RELEASE DATEFIRST RELEASE26/07/2019
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    Genres

  • Bass
  • Breakbeat
  • Techno
  • Track Listing

    1. A1. Megabyte of Rave Juice
    2. A2. Bless
    3. B1. Four
    4. B2. What Is It

    Strap yourself in and take 4 mind-blowing hits of Viers!

    Bass to break skin and torrents of drums flow through the bloodstream. Synth stabs up the spine. Hi-NRG surges within. Straight-to-the-face warehouse sonics with techno vertigo to elevate your heart rate.

    You can expect withdrawals.


    ARTISTJohn Varuhin
    TITLEBunker
    LABELClyde Records
    CATALOGUE NO.CLYDE002
    FORMAT12"
    TERRITORYWorldwide
    RELEASE DATEFIRST RELEASE26/07/2019
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    Genres

  • Experimental
  • Techno
  • Track Listing

    1. A1. Bunker
    2. A2. Retribution
    3. B1. Rainy Day
    4. B2. Detached Screen

    Canadian John Varuhin serves up the second tasteful EP on Clyde Records , a sublime minimal techno affair across 4 standout tracks.

    This Vancouver artist is a techno DJ and producer who has also played a purely digital live set in the past. He has a clean, crisp style that comes back from the future and is rich in hi fidelity details that make it truly cinematic.

    Opener ‘ Bunker ’ is a spacious track with gooey kick drums rolling deep as slithers of synth and tiny metallic sounds glint and glisten up top. It’s perfectly transcendental, while the excellent ‘ Retribution ’ picks up the pace with a sense of silky techno urgency. The unsettl ing sound of distant automation and darkened synths recall the best of Motor City techno and ensure this one will have the floor locked in.

    The expertly designed ‘ Rainy Day ’ is pure minimalism, with icy hi hats and scuttling little details sure to find favour with fans of Robert Hood. Hugely atmospheric and absorbing, it’s the sort of deep and late night track that’s designed for intimate club rooms. Last of all, ‘ Detached Screen ’ is another deep, rolling, perfectly elongated groove design to melt your mind and trap you in the beautiful repetition.

    This is a classy and timeless EP of meticulously crafted minimal techno.


    ARTISTVarious Artists (Bjarki / VTSS / Cadency / Kuldaboli)
    TITLEHellcat Vol. 1
    LABELBbbbbb
    CATALOGUE NO.H311CAT01
    FORMAT12"
    TERRITORYWorldwide
    RELEASE DATEFIRST RELEASE26/07/2019
    REPRESS13/11/2020
    ASSETSDownload

    Genres

  • Techno
  • Track Listing

    1. A1. VTSS - Sober Raving
    2. A2. Cadency - Eating Steel
    3. B1. Bjarki & Kuldaboli - Hrái Hötturinn
    4. B2. Kuldaboli vs. Tekknótæfan - Hefurðu einhvern tímann hugsað um það

    HELLCAT is a new series from bbbbbb records focusing on club-ready dance floor
    driven tunes. The first edition, HELLCAT VOL.1 welcomes VTSS and Cadency on
    the A side, juxtapositioned by the Icelanders Bjarki and Kuldaboli on the B side.

    Berlin-based Polish producer, DJ and live act VTSS is a regular at Warsaw-based
    club Jasna1 and her visceral productions and energetic performances join the
    dots between hard techno, acid, rave and EBM. ‘Sober Raving’ sees her once
    again in her finest form with rumbling bass, mean melodies and a cacophony of
    percussion.

    Cadency is the moniker of OAKS and KAOS founder Héctor Oaks. He is one of
    the most exciting names in today’s thriving techno scene and is a regular at the
    likes of Berlin’s infamous Herrensauna and Tbilisi’s nightclub institution Bassiani.
    ‘Eating Steel’ is an example of how twisted Oaks can get, combining reverberating
    kicks with oscillating atmospherics and murky vocal samples.

    Bjarki needs little introduction as the founder of bbbbbb and one of the most
    versatile electronic music producers and live acts out there, creating high quality
    techno, electro, IDM and even ambient. Meanwhile, Kuldaboli is another Icelandic
    electronic music producer based in Berlin who specialises in stone cold electro.
    Together they team up for ‘Hrái Hötturin’: a fast paced and mesmerising cut with
    sci-fi stabs and intricate warps before the blistering solo outing from Kuldaboli
    entitled ‘Hefurðu einhvern tímann hugsað um það’ warps listeners through outer
    space at 160 bpm.


    ARTISTWraetlic
    TITLEWraetlic Remixes 01 (Inc. Hodge / DINA / Deena Abdelwahed / Pseudopolis Remixes)
    LABELBelters
    CATALOGUE NO.BLTRS016
    FORMAT12"
    TERRITORYWorldwide
    RELEASE DATEFIRST RELEASE26/07/2019
    ASSETSDownload

    Genres

  • Techno
  • Track Listing

    1. A1. Tactic (Hodge Remix)
    2. A2. Spivate (DINA Remix)
    3. B1. Idioms (Deena Abdelwahed Remix)
    4. B2. Indoctrinato (Pseudopolis Remix)

    After releasing Wraetlic's seminal 'Ad Absurdum' earlier in the year on Huntleys + Palmers, we're very pleased to have arranged for the entire album to be remixed by friends, associates and artists we've long time admired. These will drop over the remainder of the year on Belters and we're very excited to hear and share all these new interpretations.

    The first one is easily the heaviest record on Belters to date. Headed up by Hodge, who can do no wrong to our ears and as expected, he's turned in a stomper. This is well matched with the thundering effort by Toronto-via-Cairo's DINA. On the other side, Deena Abdelwahed does the damage with a wonky number, alongside Glasgow's boy wonder, Pseudopolis who drops the pace but keeps the heat.


    ARTISTVarious Artists (Kintaro 89 / Faune / Arian Alexander / Douala)
    TITLESoundscape Versions 03 EP
    LABELSoundscape Versions
    CATALOGUE NO.SVER03
    FORMAT12"
    TERRITORYWorldwide
    RELEASE DATEFIRST RELEASE02/08/2019
    FIRST RELEASE23/08/2019
    FIRST RELEASE23/08/2019
    ASSETSDownload

    Genres

  • Breakbeat
  • Electro
  • Techno
  • Track Listing

    1. A1. Kintaro 89 - Datei Jazz 500
    2. A2. Faune - Mib/Andis
    3. B1. Arian Alexander - By Dawn
    4. B2. Douala - 180117

    Soundscape Versions delivers his third edition of the various artists series and offers four effective cuts between subtle house breaks, acid house, electro and atmospheric techno.


    ARTISTDark Circles
    TITLEDC Trax 005 (Justin Cudmore Remix)
    LABELDC Trax
    CATALOGUE NO.DCTRAX005
    FORMAT12"
    TERRITORYWorldwide
    RELEASE DATEFIRST RELEASE26/07/2019
    ASSETSDownload

    Genres

  • Electro
  • Techno
  • Track Listing

    1. A. Lariat
    2. AA. Lariat (Justin Cudmore Remix)
    3. B. Mandy

    This is latest release by London Duo Dark Circles forthcoming on their own vinyl imprint DC Trax. Undoubtedly their biggest release to date, harnessing the full force of their influences of acid, techno, house and rave directly for the dancefloor.

    Lariat is a acidic psychedelic spoken word odyssey with an incredible breakdown. this is acompanied by a remix from man of the moment NYC Bunker dj Justin Cudmore. Mandy on the B side takes us back to 1993 the height of rave and includes life changing question for a certain young lady!


    ARTISTClark
    TITLEKiri Variations (LP)
    LABELThrottle Records
    CATALOGUE NO.THROT002LP
    FORMATLP
    TERRITORYWorldwide Exc. Japan
    RELEASE DATEFIRST RELEASE26/07/2019
    FIRST RELEASE26/07/2019
    ASSETSDownload

    Genres

  • Electronica
  • Track Listing TBC

    On July 26th the top-ranking leftfield star Clark will release ‘Kiri Variations’, via his own label Throttle Records – and as always, he has musically metamorphosized into something fresh and new.

    This album of plaintive beauty, eerie wyrd arcadian horror and childlike outsider music epitomises his constant ability to flip-the-script and coherently organise an abundance of new ideas.

    Mysterious and morbidly beautiful pieces driven by piano, harpsichord, clarinet, strings, electronics and voice are interspersed with fabulously unusual and highly original curveballs:

    Odd-in-a-brilliant-way, the faux naïve ‘Kiri’s Glee’, evokes traveling minstrels of yore accidentally eating the wrong ‘shrooms, and ‘Coffin Knocker’ has diffracted psych feel, like David Axelrod’s work with the Electric Prunes, but chopped, screwed and scorched.

    ‘Forebode Knocker’ is darkly funky, like the kind of lost diggers’ nugget unearthed and sampled by RZA, whilst the sonically-perfect ‘Primary Pluck’ unfurls exquisitely, swaying slowly ever forward like a funeral march.

    ‘Cannibal Homecoming’ is nothing short of Clark’s most song-based composition ever, featuring augmented human voice as evident elsewhere and also a fully-fledged vocal sung by him.

    ‘Kiri Variations’ started life as the score to the BAFTA-nominated TV program ‘Kiri’, but only a small (and highly effective) portion of the music recorded was used – intentionally sparingly – by director Euros Lyn. That first incarnation has since grown and morphed intosomething entirely of its own being; a proper artist album.

    “In addition to my usual methods of controlled randomness and tangential ideas, the TV commission was a prominent spark for new approaches. It’s a great balancing contrast with the solipsistic studio album”, Clark explains.

    The record allows simplicity and playfulness to shine through: “It’s a skeleton of an album, reduced to bare essentials, although it started out rather dense - the thing that takes time is making it succinct."explains Clark. “Certain parts are also what you could call anti muso – for example the recorder on ‘Kiri’s Glee’ is totally out of tune – but it sounds so colourful. I can’t resist the primary paint of acoustic instruments; it’s an antidote to frictionless digital music.

    Tracklist :

    A1 Forebode Pluck
    A2 Simple Homecoming Loop
    A3 Bench
    A4 Kiri's Glee
    A5 Coffin Knocker
    A6 Forebode Knocker
    A7 Yarraville Bird Phone
    B1 Primary Pluck
    B2 Flask / Abyss
    B3 Tobi Thwarted
    B4 Cannibal Homecoming
    B5 Banished Hymnal
    B6 Banished Cannibal
    B7 Goodnight Kiri

    PRIVATE LISTEN LINK: https://soundcloud.com/throttleclark/cannibal-homecoming

    Pitchfork: (on home page)

    https://pitchfork.com/news/clark-announces-new-album-kiri-varations-shares-cannibal-homecoming-listen/

    Resident Advisor (on homepage): https://www.residentadvisor.net/news/44012

    Clash: https://www.clashmusic.com/news/clark-announces-new-album-kiri-variations

    The 405: https://www.thefourohfive.com/music/article/experimental-electronic-veteran-clark-announces-new-album-reveals-dramatic-new-single-cannibal-homecoming-156

    XLR8R: https://www.xlr8r.com/news/clark-returns-with-soundtrack-inspired-new-album

    Brooklyn Vegan: http://www.brooklynvegan.com/28-new-songs-out-today-3/

    The Line Of Best Fit: https://www.thelineofbestfit.com/news/latest-news/clark-announces-new-record-with-vocal-led-single-cannibal-homecoming

    Tiny Mix Tapes: https://www.tinymixtapes.com/chocolate-grinder/premiere-clark-cannibal-homecoming

    Exclaim: http://exclaim.ca/music/article/clark_returns_with_new_album_kiri_variations_shares_new_song

    UK Radio - BBC 6Music plays from Mary Anne Hobbs, Gideon Coe, Tom Ravenscroft


    ARTISTToto Chiavetta
    TITLESounds Between Colours EP
    LABELInnervisions
    CATALOGUE NO.IV88
    FORMAT12"
    TERRITORYUK & USA only
    RELEASE DATEFIRST RELEASE26/07/2019
    ASSETSDownload

    Genres

  • Deep House
  • Techno
  • Track Listing

    1. A1. Sounds Between Colours (Kelo)
    2. A2. This Does Not Happen Where The Sun Rises
    3. B1. Metrica
    4. B1. Dedication To All The Mothers And Their Moons feat. Mbissane Ngom

    After almost a year Innervisions is blessed to have Toto back with a package of four tracks showing why they are in love with his productions.


    Hardcore / Jungle

    ARTISTThe Criminal Minds
    TITLEThe Gospel According to a Soundbwoy / Drums of Doom
    LABELTCM Recordings
    CATALOGUE NO.HELL002
    FORMAT12"
    TERRITORYWorldwide
    RELEASE DATEFIRST RELEASE26/07/2019
    ASSETSDownload

    Genres

  • Breakbeat
  • Hardcore
  • Track Listing

    1. A. The Gospel According to a Soundbwoy
    2. B. Drums of Doom

    Digitally remastered tracks from 1993 by TCM. 'The Gospel According to a Soundbwoy' was only released on a Llabello record compilation. Proper 1993 hardcore breakbeat classics essential to your collection.


    ARTISTPotential Bad Boy
    TITLERetro Vol 1
    LABELLimited E Edition
    CATALOGUE NO.CW00-19
    FORMAT12"
    TERRITORYWorldwide
    RELEASE DATEFIRST RELEASE02/08/2019
    FIRST RELEASE23/08/2019
    FIRST RELEASE23/08/2019
    ASSETSDownload

    Genres

  • Jungle
  • Track Listing

    1. A1 Gidi Up
    2. A2 Gidi Up Pt.2
    3. B1 Set Me Free
    4. B2 Set Me Free Remix

    This 4 track EP comes out of the Limited E's vault called Retro Vol 1 produced by Potential Badboy. Each of these tracks represents when we started to push the boundaries of Jungle and being more experimental back in 1992.

    E. Set Me Free - This track was made in 1992 by Potential Badboy with elements of soulful jungle with a groove and showcasing strong sample vocals.
    EE. Set Me Free Remix - This track also produced in 1995/6 by Potential Badboy is a remix of the original track with elements of soulful Jungle with a groove and showcasing strong sample vocals.
    EEE. Gidi Up - Another track made in 1992 by Potential Badboy who was now experimenting by building his own drum patterns instead of using the speedy up breaks with strong soulful samples on top giving a complete new feel.
    EEEE. Gidi Up Part.2 - This track is an extension to the original by Potential Badboy made in 1992 and he love it that much he made this remix called Gidi Up Pt.2

    Written by: Potential Badboy
    Produced by: Potential Badboy


    ARTISTTango And Ratty
    TITLEFinal Conflict ('93 Dubplate Mix) / The Killer ('93 PA Mix)
    LABELSteel Fingers Heritage
    CATALOGUE NO.SFH003
    FORMAT12"
    TERRITORYWorldwide
    RELEASE DATEFIRST RELEASE06/09/2019
    REPRESS11/09/2020
    ASSETSDownload

    Genres

  • Bass
  • Breakbeat
  • Hardcore
  • Track Listing

    1. A Final Conflict (93 Dubplate Mix)
    2. B The Killer ('93 PA Mix)

    TANGO & RATTY ('93 DUBPLATE MIXES)

    Remastered and recut by MUSIC PRESERVATION SOCIETY


    Represses

    ARTISTAGE OF LOVE
    TITLETHE AGE OF LOVE (INCL. SOLOMUN / JAM & SPOON REMIXES)
    LABELRenaissance
    CATALOGUE NO.REN250001V
    FORMAT12"
    TERRITORYWORLDWIDE
    RELEASE DATEREPRESS26/07/2019
    REPRESS01/11/2019
    REPRESS24/04/2020
    REPRESS31/07/2020
    ASSETSDownload

    Genres

  • Tech House
  • Trance
  • Track Listing

    1. A. The Age Of Love (Solomun Renaissance Remix)
    2. B. The Age Of Love (Jam & Spoon Watch Out For Stella Mix)

    Revered UK label, tastemaker and authority Renaissance, the label that has not only been at the forefront of the electronic DJ scene but documented its navigation into popular culture have honored a landmark 25 years by inviting Hamburg based DJ and super producer Solomun to rework a timeless classic - one of a number of tracks that shaped the labels early years. The timeless classic Jam & Spoon Watch Out For Stella Mix is featured on the B Side.

    A constant innovator, Solomun; whom himself has played an equally major role in redefining European house music spoke of the challenge when faced with the prestigious role of reworking one of the most influential tracks in electronic music, for a new generation.

    Solomun’s enormous and poignant remix has already been a key track for selected DJ’s over the last few months including Tale of Us, Dubfire, Maceo Plex, Sasha and Pete Tong whom made it last weeks coveted Essential New Tune.

    'Renaissance The ReMix Collection'. Is a concept focused on introducing new ears to seminal tracks that have remained significant and iconic to Renaissance for over two decades. True to form Renaissance highly collectable vinyl products will be beautifully packaged and presented in box set form and available as limited editions.

    The series celebrates Renaissance’s musical legacy and firmly establishes its future place in the electronic music landscape.


    ARTISTENERGY 52
    TITLECAFE DEL MAR (TALE OF US REMIX)
    LABELRenaissance
    CATALOGUE NO.REN250002V
    FORMAT12"
    TERRITORYWORLDWIDE
    RELEASE DATEREPRESS26/07/2019
    REPRESS11/10/2019
    REPRESS24/04/2020
    REPRESS20/11/2020
    ASSETSDownload

    Genres

  • Techno
  • Trance
  • Track Listing

    1. A Cafe Del Mar (Tale Of Us Remix)
    2. B Cafe Del Mar (Nalin & Kane Remix)

    Renaissance recruit Tale of Us for the second the second edition of their quarterly-century celebrations.

    With the first release in this series occupying #1 status for 6 weeks last summer, Renaissance are back with the second instalment of their 25th Anniversary ‘The Remix Collection” project. For the follow-up to Solomun’s immense reworking of Age Of Love, Renaissance have bagged more Techno royalty in the shape of Italian duo Tale Of Us, to take on the huge task of remixing another iconic 90’s classic.

    The track in question is the legendary ‘Café Del Mar’ by the 90’s trance project, Energy 52. Much alike the previous remix by Solomun, it seems Tale Of Us also have their work cut out for them, as this track has had no shortage of remixes over the years. However, the popularity of ‘Café Del Mar’ is not simply reflected through its remix roster. Named after the iconic bar at the heart of the Ibiza clubbing scene, it was the soundtrack to the rave-culture movie, ‘Human Traffic’ in 1999. In addition to this ‘Café Del Mar’ later went on to be voted #1 in MixMag’s 2001 “500 Best Tracks Ever” list.

    With this second remix, Tale of Us take the classic elements that made Café Del Mar such a huge track in the 90’s, bringing them into the present-day with big licks of bass and a huge crescendo. Carrying forward the focus of the series, this remix refreshes the iconic track for a new generation of listeners. Undoubtedly, as with the original, it is sure to be the soundtrack of Ibiza this summer.

    With the first release in this series occupying Beatport #1 status for 6 weeks last summer, Renaissance are back with the second instalment of their 25th Anniversary ‘The Remix Collection” project. For the follow-up to Solomun’s immense reworking of Age Of Love, Renaissance have bagged more Techno royalty in the shape of Italian duo Tale Of Us, to take on the huge task of remixing another iconic 90’s classic.


    ARTISTREMAKE
    TITLE'BLADE RUNNER' (MACEO PLEX RENAISSANCE REMIX)
    LABELRenaissance
    CATALOGUE NO.REN250003V
    FORMAT12"
    TERRITORYWORLDWIDE
    RELEASE DATEREPRESS26/07/2019
    REPRESS05/07/2019
    REPRESS24/04/2020
    REPRESS20/11/2020
    ASSETSDownload

    Genres

  • Deep House
  • Tech House
  • Techno
  • Track Listing

    1. A. Blade Runner (Maceo Plex Renaissance Remix)
    2. B. Blade Runner

    Two consecutive #1’s on the Beatport Top 100 has taken this special series of releases from strength to strength. Combining Techno’s new breed of heavyweights with the perfect classic track, is a formula Renaissance are getting right time after time. Following on from Solomun and Tale Of Us’s outstanding contributions, Renaissance turn their attention to the ever-evolving Maceo Plex for a remix of Remake’s iconic ‘Blade Runner’; a track featured prominently on the very first Renaissance compilation in 1994.

    Eric Estornel aka Maceo Plex has become well known for his mind-bending Techno sets and releases under various guises such as Maetrik. 2011 saw the Ellum Audio boss, release his debut album under Maceo Plex on Crosstown Rebels, ‘Life Index’ was met with critical acclaim and propelled the North American to success. Leading to him starting his own label Ellum Audio with a distinct Techno sound, whilst releasing his own music it’s served as tool to champion those around him seeing releases from upcoming acts such as Agents Of Time and Shall Ocin.

    Speaking about the ReMix Maceo Plex, explains his love for the Neo-Noir Science Fiction Film Blade Runner’s soundtrack and the inspirations behind the track:

    “The original Vangelis, soundtrack for the movie Blade Runner is my all-time favourite cinema soundtrack and one of my favourite records from the early 90’s is the cover ‘Blade Runner’ by Remake.” – Maceo Plex

    Throughout time artists, musicians and designers have all paid homage to the cult classic movie and its soundtrack which has inspired the minds of many. Now taking his opportunity through the ReMix collection, Maceo Plex has delivered a timeless edit for the Renaissance collection series. Injecting the signature Maceo Plex sound with pulsating bass lines and futuristic synth tones stabbing their way to the breakdown where we’re met with all too familiar piano melody; transforming the original cover into a prime-time atmospheric weapon.

    “I wanted to make my own version to honour this special music and add a little something personal in this new version” – Maceo Plex

    With the previous editions in the ReMix, both hitting #1 in the Overall Beatport Chart within a week of release, the Maceo Plex remix will be eagerly anticipated.

    The vinyl release also contains Remake’s original version as the B side.


    ARTISTBLACK MOON
    TITLEHOW MANY EMCEE'S (MUST GET DISSED)
    LABELWreck Records
    CATALOGUE NO.WR24481
    FORMAT7"
    TERRITORYWORLDWIDE
    RELEASE DATEREPRESS26/07/2019
    REPRESS22/11/2019
    ASSETSDownload

    Genres

  • Hip Hop
  • Track Listing

    1. A How Many Emcee's (Must Get Dissed) (Bushwick Jeep Mix)
    2. B How Many Emcee's (Must Get Dissed) (Bushwick Jeep Beats)

    The second in a series of all-time CLASSIC hip-hop anthems from the Nervous vaults, pressed onto high quality dinked 45's.

    Remastered from the original source material and featuring the unedited 'dirty' version on the A-side, and the full instrumental on the B-side, these 45's are for the heads who know what time it really is!

    'How Many Emcee's Must Get Dissed' is that raw, NYC, Beatminerz flavour, even the video that dropped on MTV in 1993 is legendary featuring the whole Black Moon mob in their native Brooklyn posting up with their crew. Everyone remembers that Timberlands & Philly Blunts rap from the mid 90's onwards, raw SP1200 beats, dusty loops and samples pulled out of crates in the darkest corners of the five boroughs, a truly creative period in rap music and popular culture with many artists who came up in the era shaping the future of music from the streets upwards. Black Moon are one such group, their indelible mark on music is still felt today, the blend of streetwise raps and sturdy, murked out, jazzy beats supplied by the Dewgarde brothers is timeless. They sure don't make em like this anymore and if they did we're sure Black Moon would continually crush the competitors as they always did. Essential New York rap classics right here! Don't front.

    Fully legit, licensed and reissued by Above Board distribution in conjunction with Nervous Records, NYC. 2018.


    ARTISTBlack Moon
    TITLEI Got Cha Opin
    LABELWreck Records
    CATALOGUE NO.WR24537
    FORMAT7"
    TERRITORYWorldwide
    RELEASE DATEREPRESS26/07/2019
    ASSETSDownload

    Genres

  • Hip Hop
  • Track Listing

    1. A. I Got Cha Opin vocal (album version)
    2. B. I Got Cha Opin Instrumental (album version)

    The next batch of all-time CLASSIC hip-hop anthems from the Nervous vaults, pressed onto high quality dinked 45's. Collectors and DJ's take note!

    Remastered from the original source material and featuring the unedited 'dirty' version on the A-side, and the full instrumental on the B-side, these 45's are for the heads who know what time it really is!

    The original LP version of the slamming underground jam 'I Gotcha Open' from 1994 sees Black Moon doing what they do best - spitting some serious heat over more Beatminerz grooves. It's all here, the filtered bassline that is a straight Beatminerz trademark, paired with some killer echo-laden drum programming and those sick horns! The perfect vehicle for the Buckshot Shorty to get loose with his inimitable style. This is that classic mid 90's flavour, classic from end to end. If that wasn't enough for you, you get blessed with Evil Dee & Mr Walt's instrumental on the flipside which will definitely get you open, fronting is optional but not advised! You have been warned.

    Fully legit, licensed and reissued by Above Board distribution in conjunction with Nervous Records, NYC. 2018.


    ARTISTBlack Moon
    TITLEI Got Cha Opin (Remix)
    LABELWreck Records
    CATALOGUE NO.WR24538
    FORMAT7"
    TERRITORYWorldwide
    RELEASE DATEREPRESS26/07/2019
    ASSETSDownload

    Genres

  • Hip Hop
  • Track Listing

    1. A. I Got Cha Opin Vocal Mix (Remix)
    2. B. I Got Cha Opin Instrumental (Remix)

    More of what you need! Those all-time CLASSIC hip-hop anthems from the Nervous vaults, pressed onto high quality dinked 45's. Collectors and DJ's take note!

    Remastered from the original source material and featuring the unedited 'dirty' version on the A-side, and the full instrumental on the B-side, these 45's are for the heads who know what time it really is!

    We thought if we're going to reissue the OG 'I Gotcha Open' then we really needed to do the decent thing and reissue the LEGENDARY remix for all you 90's rap fiends too! That's correct, you all know the video, right? If you were glued to MTV, BET, The Box or any other similar platform in and around late 1993 then you know you definitely got open to this one. Yet again, Da Beatminerz come with that unbridled heat, flipping that (shhh...) sample to maximum effect, people are still sweating tape king Evil Dee 'the number 1 deejay' over this jam. You need this basically. Absolutely timeless sh*t right here, dirty version on the A, instrumental on the flip.

    Fully legit, licensed and reissued by Above Board distribution in conjunction with Nervous Records, NYC. 2018.


    ARTISTBLACK MOON
    TITLEWHO GOT DA PROPS?
    LABELWreck Records
    CATALOGUE NO.WR24443
    FORMAT7"
    TERRITORYWORLDWIDE
    RELEASE DATEREPRESS26/07/2019
    REPRESS20/03/2020
    ASSETSDownload

    Genres

  • Hip Hop
  • Track Listing

    1. A Who Got Da Props? (Evil Dee's Deadly Mix)
    2. B Who Got Da Props? (Evil Dee's Deadly Instrumental)

    The first in a series of all-time CLASSIC hip-hop anthems from the Nervous vaults, pressed onto high quality dinked 45's.

    Remastered from the original source material and featuring the unedited 'dirty' version on the A-side, and the full instrumental on the B-side, these 45's are for the heads who know what time it really is!

    Black Moon's 'Who Got The Props' needs no introduction, it's place in hip-hop history is fully solidified. The combination of vintage Beatminerz SP1200 beats paired with the legendary MC's Buckshot and the 5 Ft. Accelerator's streetwise NYC raps is a heady mixture indeed. Often speaking of street life in New York in the 1990's, Black Moon gained cult status via their 1993 debut LP 'Enta Da Stage', one of the most celebrated hip-hop debut albums of all time. The Beatminerz production changed the game, their deep knowledge and understanding of samples, records and digging in the crates gave their sound a real style and edge. 'Who Got Da Props' is the perfect example of this, one of those timeless rap records that appeals to the hardcore and can ignite the party. Truly essential. Every home should have one (or 2!).

    Fully legit, licensed and reissued by Above Board distribution in conjunction with Nervous Records, NYC. 2018.


    ARTISTMOUNT KIMBIE
    TITLECROOKS & LOVERS (2 X LP)
    LABELHotflush
    CATALOGUE NO.HFLP004
    FORMAT2 x 12"
    TERRITORYWORLDWIDE
    RELEASE DATEREPRESS26/07/2019
    REPRESS10/01/2020
    ASSETSDownload

    Genres

  • Bass
  • Electronica
  • Track Listing TBC

    Adding a percussive and experimental edge to the current class of post-dubstep pioneers, Mount Kimbie, the duo of Dominic Maker and Kai Campos – have just released their highly anticipated debut album "Crooks & Lovers" on Scuba’s Hotflush label.

    Mount Kimbie’s first two EPs – "Maybes" and "Sketch On Glass" – seemed like explorations of spaces so private that all within earshot were instantly turned into voyeurs. The experience was less like listening to music and more like eavesdropping on the machinations of a lone mind – albeit a lone mind surrounded by and retreating from millions of other minds. Difficult to categorise, the lush EPs caused a commotion when released last year with "Sketch On Glass" recently undergoing reworks from the likes of Faulty DL, SCB (Scuba’s darker techno alias) and their sometime collaborator James Blake.

    With their own remixes (Foals and The xx) becoming hot property, Mount Kimbie have been a core part of the growing scene in London often associated with labels like Hyperdub and Hessle Audio. Dom and Kai met whilst at Southbank University, pushed together in a student halls that was previously a mental asylum – where the ceilings were still ridiculously high to stop patients hanging themselves: “a cold, joyless, concrete building – the sort of building where you’d drop a pen and the sound would just go on and on in an echo.”

    Armed with found sound snips and a siege mentality, Kai and Dom set about turning London’s ambience into rhythm, its chaos into coherence. Traces of influence remain – the hard-earned spaces of Burial and The Bug vie with the berserk melodrama of Xiu Xiu and Grouper’s sad-eyed glow, D’Angelo’s pervert soul gets cleansed in the intimacy of Phil Elvrum’s Microphones, Angelo Badalamenti’s swollen ‘Twin Peaks’ atmospheres find a cradle in Madlib’s lax lope. The band’s sound and response to the dubstep moment is very much their own. Sceneless and untethered from etiquette and genre codes, "Crooks & Lovers" floats through dubstep and hip-hop, jazz, techno and ambient, post-rock, UK garage and film scores to startling effect.


    ARTISTYSL
    TITLEYSL001
    LABELYSL
    CATALOGUE NO.YSL001
    FORMAT7"
    TERRITORYWorldwide
    RELEASE DATEREPRESS23/08/2019
    REPRESS02/08/2019
    REPRESS23/08/2019
    ASSETSDownload

    Genres

  • Deep House
  • Techno
  • Track Listing

    1. A. YSL001A
    2. B. YSL001B

    Mysterious 7" white label... limited to 150 units worldwide.


    ARTIST9th House
    TITLEKeeping Me Up
    LABEL9th House
    CATALOGUE NO.9HSE001
    FORMAT12"
    TERRITORYWorldwide
    RELEASE DATEFIRST RELEASE24/05/2019
    REPRESS23/08/2019
    REPRESS12/06/2020
    ASSETSDownload

    Genres

  • Deep House
  • Techno
  • Track Listing

    1. A. Keeping Me Up
    2. B. The Calm Of Libra

    Already making waves with a series of releases and remixes for labels such as Hottrax, True
    Romance, We Are The Brave, Nice Age, art | werk, and forthcoming music on DJ Haus’ Hot Haus
    label, 9th House brings his astrologically charged house to this special vinyl only release.

    ‘Keeping Me Up’ emits huge rays of sunshine, with its piano driven house chops and soulful vocal
    licks. It’s of no surprise, then, that the likes of Midland, Dan Shake, Peach and William Djoko are
    already playing and supporting this one. On the flip, ‘The Calm Of Libra’ channels early 90s
    break-beat house, coming over like a modernized Nu Groove track, the aficionados will appreciate the
    musical sentiments here for sure!


    ARTISTLovefingers / Various Artists
    TITLEFingertracks : Vol 1
    LABELESP Institute
    CATALOGUE NO.ESPFT1
    FORMAT2 x 12"
    TERRITORYWorldwide
    RELEASE DATEFIRST RELEASE21/06/2019
    REPRESS26/07/2019
    REPRESS28/08/2020
    ASSETSDownload

    Genres

  • Alternative Rock
  • Balearic
  • Disco
  • Electronica
  • Track Listing

    1. A1. Lovefingers - Intro
    2. A2. The Chequers - Theme One
    3. A3. Lifetones - Good Side
    4. A4. Rick Cuevas - The Birds
    5. A5. Data - Data Plata
    6. A6. Hotlegs - Today
    7. B1. Jo Squillo Eletrix - Avventurieri (Dance Mix)
    8. B2. Captain Mustard - Quiet Move
    9. B3. D.E. - Full Moon (Lovefingers Edit)
    10. C1. Nuno Canavarro - Blu Terra
    11. C2. Electronic System - Skylab
    12. D1. Eddie Callahan - Santa Cruz Mountains
    13. D2. Dave Brock - Spirits
    14. D3. Florian Poser - Winds

    In 2006, the musical landscape was very different; there was no streaming, “shazam" was a word used by magicians, and "all-access” was not granted to the general public. Social media, as we know it, was in its infancy and today’s constant digital feed of interruptions, notifications, refreshes and “likes” didn't yet exist. Those with a thirst for the overlooked regions of the record store had to quench themselves in the climes of the online world's music blogs, and while that digital community was surely expanding, NYC’s www.lovefingers.org was something different. Not a blog but a daily unfolding mix — no opinions, reviews, or backstories were coupled with the music, no full albums or submissions from the outside — it was a mysterious watering hole in the burgeoning digital desert where rogue tracks from Wally Badarou rubbed shoulders with those of Holger Czukay, the drama of Sylvester juxtaposed with the quirkiness of Hosono, and countless other coveted artists’ unearthed gems melted in one pot, a digital space where $1 thrift store scores could easily breathe the same dusty air as cosmic holy grails, oddball psychedelics and proto-electronica b-sides comfortably cohabited with $300 private-press folk rarities. With 1 track per day, Andrew “Lovefingers” Hogge created a truly democratic and educated selection of music for our aural pleasure, and labelled them ‘Fingertracks' (numbered 001-999).

    This was before most things we now take for granted were common on our dancefloors, radio shows or live streams. Those ubiquitous Euro Pop dubs, unclassics that aficionados play at the wrong speed, or private gems that have since been reissued to the moon and back? They very probably popped up on our collective radars via the medium of www.lovefingers.org first. Rightfully so, what started as a well-kept secret, became a go-to resource and mark of quality among enthusiasts, diggers, DJs, musicians and producers around the globe — the genre-bending mentality in turn re-coined the term “selector” — and inspired a generation the world over to delve further into record shelves, undoubtably contributing hugely to the wondrous, multi-faceted and open-minded musical language we now all speak fluently. While it remained niche, at its peak, www.lovefingers.org had upwards of 100K music freaks turning up daily, and ignited a global musical dialogue between people that were yet to be connected by today’s social technology. The site received countless letters of appreciation from rural kids with no access to record stores, acclaimed DJs, film directors, fashion houses, forgotten artists who were thrilled to feature among unexpected peers, soldiers who diligently tuned-in direct from their call of duty, even heroes of sample-scavenging culture like Coldcut who applauded, “…it just goes to show, when you think you’ve heard it all, you can always dig deeper.” The community around Lovefingers’ site was a call-to-action, gathering analogous minds and inviting them all to the same party, and on New Years Day 2010, after 999 Fingertracks and a plethora of (now classic) mixes, the site made a final post stating, “That's all folks!” The collective energy pivoted into the ESP Institute, a record label and art platform to champion new artists who emerged from this foundational community and as a catalyst to push the musical dialogue forward. Now, as the ESP Institute approaches its 10-year anniversary, we revisit the significant role www.lovefingers.org played in shaping where we are today.

    'Fingertracks Vol : 1' is a snapshot of aural delights that were on offer to those of the leftfield persuasion, all who discovered the site and tuned-in for their daily shot of sonics proper — a lovingly selected handful of records that re-introduce the story of Andrew’s most influential and essential music resource. The track list is classic Lovefingers, an insight into the free-flowing nature of the daily Fingertracks, context-free but connected through creative threads and energies — lo-fi loner jams brush up alongside sleazed-out Italo powerhouses, Greek new age obscurities tussle against overlooked Hawkwind-related cuts — nuggets that may be more known to the heads now, but whose initial excavation can be accredited to Lovefingers’ site, and are essential to its story nonetheless. Rumor has it that this is merely the first volume in a series, so as it turns out, and gladly so, “That’s not all folks!”


    ARTISTLaurent Garnier & Chambray
    TITLEFeelin’ Good (Radio Slave Remix)
    LABELRekids
    CATALOGUE NO.REKIDS141
    FORMAT12"
    TERRITORYWorldwide
    RELEASE DATEFIRST RELEASE12/07/2019
    REPRESS26/07/2019
    REPRESS20/12/2019
    ASSETSDownload

    Genres

  • Techno
  • Track Listing

    1. A1. Feelin’ Good
    2. B1. Feelin’ Good (Radio Slave Remix)
    3. B2. Feelin’ Good (Radio Slave Revenge Remix)

    Debuting on Rekids, Laurent Garnier & Chambray collaborate for a colossal single entitled ‘Feelin’ Good’ featuring two outstanding remixes from label owner Radio Slave.

    Having supported Rekids for many years in his sets across the globe, it only made sense for Laurent Garnier to drop one of his finest productions to date on the label. Although the legendary Frenchman has kept busy producing movie soundtracks (‘Paris Est A Nous’) and remixes in recent years, this is his first full release since 2017. He’s joined in the studio by Chambray, a Berlin-based producer known for releasing on Figure, Unknown To The Unknown and Jimmy Edgar’s Ultramajic.

    Opening with sporadic battle cries, stabbing claps and powerful bass sequences before rapturous piano melodies come into effect – ‘Feelin’ Good’ is undoubtedly one of this year’s biggest tracks. On the flip, Radio Slave assembles two contrasting remixes that do just as much damage: the first is an atmospheric
    number that marches forward using precision kicks, rattling percussion and rising pads, whilst the ‘Revenge Mix’ cranks things up a notch with its crunchy breaks before introducing the original’s blissful keys.


    ARTISTNO SMOKE / WATT NOIZE
    TITLEKORO KORO (IAN TREGONING REWIRE) / ITS MY LIFE (MAX D EDIT)
    LABELWarriors Dance
    CATALOGUE NO.WD2018001RMX
    FORMAT12"
    TERRITORYWORLDWIDE
    RELEASE DATEREPRESS26/07/2019
    ASSETSDownload

    Genres

  • Afro
  • Deep House
  • Reissue
  • Track Listing

    1. A1 No Smoke - Koro Koro (Ian Tregoning Rewire)
    2. B1 Watt Noize - Its My Life (Max D Edit)

    Presenting the first in a series of respectful and legit reissues from one of the UK's most well loved underground record labels:

    London's Warriors Dance label was a unique operation and a pioneering London label during the late 80's acid house phenomena. Home to an assortment of DJs, MCs and soundmen , they went on to make their own original and indelible mark on the rave scene from the infamous 'Addis Ababa' studio on Harrow Road on the North-West side of the city. A former reggae and soul studio that was instrumental to the output of influential artists like Soul II Soul and more, a steady diet of reggae, bass, hip-hop, house and techno kept their edgy, and diehard UK sound and style right at the cutting edge of the dance music underground across the globe with the top DJs and producers of the day celebrating the label. The studio, helmed by label owner Tony ‘Addis’, acted as an incubator for artists whose names would go down in the history books - No Smoke, Bang The Party, The Addis Posse, Melancholy Man, Hollywood Beyond, The Housemaids and more all featured heavily on the label and contributed to its legendary output. The attitude and approach to the music was utterly and unapologetically a London thing, with heavy African and Caribbean influences also drawing on the sounds emanating from Chicago, Detroit and further afield. Years later, and with the advent of the internet, Discogs, Youtube and any other digital platform you'd care to mention, Warriors Dance continues to be discovered and rediscovered again by curious diggers and music heads with a thirst for heavyweight tracks to play in their DJ sets. This saw the WD mythology rise again, making their records much sought after by fans from all over the world.

    No Smoke's 'Koro Koro' is one such record. Undoubtedly an anthem. A classic. A game-changer. It's one of those records that spread across the world on its release and in its subsequent life thereafter. Literally caned by any DJ worth his salt in 1989 and beyond, this storming, eerie and driving tribal house monster was a huge hit. Licensed and re-released time and time again, and still causing havoc on dance floors in 2018, 'Koro Koro' ushered in a new style of Afrocentric house music, something new, unique and timeless. To inaugurate this incredible reissue series we have original Warriors Dance engineer and studio wizard, Ian Tregoning's special 2018 'rewire' of the track, a faithfully updated, stripped back and reimagined version whose lithe, minimal, streamlined and spatial lines catapult this London warehouse classic deep deep into the future. A truly special remix created specially for this project.

    B-side 'It's My Life' is perhaps a little less 'known' than 'Koro Koro' but it is just as deadly. Mining a different sonic furrow to the A-side this 1991 breakbeat/hip-house hybrid absolutely pummels a sound-system (in the best way). The original version saw MC Watts Noize dropping bars of wisdom about making his way in an ever confusing world across a backdrop of chopped up breaks, deep sub-bass rumbles and euphoric, angelic synth pads. The special version featured on this 12" sampler is the infamous (almost) instrumental re-edit from Beautiful Swimmer Max-D. This is the first time this version has ever been made available, having only been out there in the world as a much obsessed over Youtube upload and as one of the highlights of Beautiful Swimmers 2015 Trilogy Tapes mixtape. Super heavy, it will undoubtedly whet the appetites of those who've been screaming for a physical release.

    Special mixes & edits courtesy of Ian Tregoning and Max-D. Mastered by Optimum Mastering, Bristol UK. Proudly distributed by Above Board distribution. 2018.


    ARTISTVarious
    TITLEWarriors Dance RU Streetwise EP Inc. Jonny Rock Edit (Record Store Day 2019)
    LABELWarriors Dance
    CATALOGUE NO.WAFT25RSD
    FORMAT12"
    TERRITORYWorldwide
    RELEASE DATEREPRESS10/05/2019
    REPRESS26/07/2019
    ASSETSDownload

    Genres

  • Breakbeat
  • Deep House
  • Record Store Day
  • Techno
  • Track Listing

    1. A1. Addis Posse - Have A Nice Time Tonight
    2. A2. No Smoke - Ai Shi Temasu (Japanese Love) Jonny Rock Edit
    3. B1. Gary A'Gaye - Lord Is My Shepherd
    4. B2. No Smoke - More

    The WD wagon continues to roll, bringing back the sounds of London's streets circa 1992 in all it's gritty glory! This, the latest instalment of reissues, reworks and rediscoveries see's a rare EP featuring cuts from a clutch of artists from the stable including No Smoke, Addis Posse & Gary A'Gaye. As ever, the Warriors sound is a stew of Dub, Hip-Hop breaks, House, Techno and synth sounds all collaged together using minimal gear and the UK warehouse and sound-system mentality. A heady mixture, you might say. Across 4 tracks we are treated to the ruffness, a handful of club ready bombs that will still do the damage right now in the 2019. As a special Record Store Day treat the mighty Jonny Rock has been drafted in via satellite to give us his extended, narcotic re-rub of No Smoke's killer 'Ai Shi Temasu (Japanese Love)' turning it into a winding, after hours DJ tool that will skilfully snake it's way through the dance at silly o'clock at any rave. Pure joy. OG pressings of this EP are sought after, expensive and rarely turn up. Now you can own this seminal piece of UK street music with a 2019 twist, in all the right ways!
    Repressed, flipped and presented by Above Board distribution / Warriors Dance using only the highest quality source materials and vibes. Check.


    ARTISTNo Smoke
    TITLEKoro-Koro
    LABELWarriors Dance
    CATALOGUE NO.WAFT11
    FORMAT12"
    TERRITORYWorldwide
    RELEASE DATEREPRESS26/07/2019
    ASSETSDownload

    Genres

  • Afro
  • Deep House
  • Track Listing

    1. A1. Koro-Koro
    2. A2. Black Is Black
    3. B1. Koro-Koro (Dub Dance)
    4. B2. Koro-Koro (Dub Dance II)

    Presenting a fully legit, remastered and repackaged reissue of this legendary afro-house classic for 2018.

    London's Warriors Dance label was a unique operation and a pioneering London label during the late 80's acid house phenomena. Home to an assortment of DJs, MCs and soundmen, they went on to make their own original and indelible mark on the rave scene from the infamous 'Addis Ababa' studio on Harrow Road on the North-West side of the city. A former reggae and soul studio that was instrumental to the output of influential artists like Soul II Soul and more, a steady diet of reggae, bass, hip-hop, house and techno kept their edgy, and diehard UK sound and style right at the cutting edge of the dance music underground across the globe with the top DJs and producers of the day celebrating the label. The studio, helmed by label owner Tony ‘Addis’, acted as an incubator for artists whose names would go down in the history books.

    Tony's own No Smoke, a project with associate Fred McPablo, was one such name, and their 1989 uber classic 'Koro Koro' is a record that should need no introduction. A record that gained fame in its native London through being absolutely caned by the cream of the crop of the nascent acid house scene at the time. 'Koro Koro' was one of those records that had DJ's and dancers clamouring to get a copy, so much so that it was subsequently picked up and licensed by labels in the USA where the record had fallen into the hands of DJ's such as Tony Humphries, Masters At Work and many more, fast becoming an all-time classic in the states too. Essentially 'Koro Koro' birthed a new style of House and Techno music, fusing together tribal, African and percussive elements with analogue synths, hardcore street-style drum programming and a warehouse attitude. All very Warriors Dance indeed! This is basically one of those classic records, completely essential. All killer, no filler!

    The EP is presented again, in its full 1989 form with all 4 cuts intact. No edits, no remixes, just the pure unadulterated WD vibe, featuring original label artwork tweaked by Atelier Superplus and lovingly remastered by Optimum Mastering, Bristol, UK. Special thanks to Nicky Trax & Tony Addis. Proudly distributed by Above Board distribution. 2018.


    ARTISTE.R.P. (CONVEXTION)
    TITLENEW ROAD
    LABELTuppence
    CATALOGUE NO.TUP002
    FORMAT7"
    TERRITORYWORLDWIDE
    RELEASE DATEREPRESS26/07/2019
    ASSETSDownload

    Genres

  • Electronica
  • Techno
  • Track Listing

    1. A New Road
    2. B Summer Nights

    Second release on Craig Richards’ Tuppence seven-inch single label, comes courtesy of E.R.P. AKA Convextion (Gerard Hanson). Hot on the heels of his brilliant 2845 album comes this mesmeric ‘New Road’ seven-inch, a must for all Convextion fans.

    Please note these are limited 7” only releases. Watch out for other forthcoming releases on Tuppence from Deadbeat and from Howie B.