André Hommen teams up with Systematic Recordings to deliver his quality 3 track Serve EP. First up, First Serve. Cracker!
For this release, André Hommen has teamed up with Marc Romboy’s Systematic Records family to put out his delectable Serve EP. This 3 track offering, is an extremely spicey EP that caters for every moment that a night on the dancefloors of the best clubs has to offer. Expect to hear this EP far and wide. Especially, the lead track, ‘First Serve’.
… slowly we glide down to ground, still metal under our hands though already tasting the feeling of becoming ourselves again. Stepping out of our lilac robotic selves, getting back to our inner spirit. But in the end, what will YOU do?
Culture Ville is the collective effort of two young Perth (Australia) based producers Joseph Summers and Jack Mackay. The two were friends for a long number of years before finally deciding to collaborate musically. Both artists had an immense interest in music and production, finally culminating under the Culture Ville alias.
They are of course influenced by a wide vary of genres including Jazz, World Music and House (who’s not?!)
This is their first release and we hope there is more to come since we are in that kind of Ambient-Mood.
Norman and Marco of Luna City Express are back for the first Episode of Moon Harbour Radio’s December Special 2016. Luna City Express just released their second artist album ‘Lunation’ on Lapsus Music.
The Moon Harbour Radio Special will include 4 Mixes in 4 weeks by Luna City Express, Dan Drastic, Zohki and of course Matthias Tanzmann.
Luna City Express DJ Mix
Christian Burkhardt – Nonstop – CBSessions
Italoboyz – Der Cumplez – Spilt Milk Recordings
Kings Of Tomorrow – Kaoz (Dario DAttis Remix) – Pokerflat
Luna City Express – Olympic Horse (Supernova Remix) -Lapsus Music
Lauren Lane – Forgot To Remember – 20:20 Vision
DJ Pierre – What Is House Muzik (Roland Leesker Remix) – Get Physical Music
Phil Weeks, Hector Moralez – Peep Game – Robsoul Recordings
Freedom B – Acid Flavour – Roush Label
Mazi & Duriez – Chicago: A Wake Up Call (Hardfloor Remix) – Brique Rouge
Luna City Express – Monkey City – Lapsus Music
David Jach – Ideal Juice – Get Physical
DJ W!ld – Lost On14th (Gauthier DM Remix) – Adult Only
David Morales vs. The Rootz – Din Da Da (David Morales Re-Work)
Paul C & Paolo Martini – Rumba Rumba – Moon Harbour Recordings
Mirco Caruso – Social Funk – Nervous Records
Christian Nielson – Madmen – Of Unsound Mind
Ejeca – Kompress – Flash
Romano Alfieri – Mission To Juno – Muna Musik
Colonel Abrams – Trapped (Tonka Remix) – Le Bien Et Le Mal Recordings
Founded in 2016, Brooklyn-based techno label Afterwave Records announces its first compilation “Technoscope” dropping Oct 21 and offers up a 15-minute abum “mini-mix” streaming here. You can also check out the hypnotic new visuals teasing the release .
WithTechnoscope, Afterwave Records serves up a short & sweet debut compilation of straight-up late-night club arsenals by the label’s talented cast of Brooklyn-based beatsmiths. The six-track EP lures listeners in with “Grains Of Sand” by Brooklyn artist Buzzi featuring vocals by Human A (Heather Celeste), a stripped-back production with spellbinding composure. By joining forces as Power Outage, label co-founders Krames and William B conceive “Imagine” that hits hard with disorienting synths and pounding percussion. Krames’ “Acid Drip” is a trippy little track that lives up to its name with acid-tinged elements and immersive, funky atmospheres. “A Fireside Chat” evokes a sense of darkness enveloping Kleinfeld’s signature meticulous Detroit-leaning techno production, taking the listener on the sonic equivalent of a haunted roller coaster ride. William B’s “I Don’t Want To Dance” is an instant classic, with hypnotic vocals by Krames repeating “I don’t want to dance, but I have to”, the song becoming gradually harder and more intense the longer it plays on. Katie Rex’s “He’s A Cancer” ends on a high note with dizzying, dissonant beat work and a simultaneously haunting and uplifting melody.
Label co-founder Krames discusses the inception of Afterwave Records with his label partner (and fellow Afterwave artist) William B: “William B and I became engulfed in the world of modular synthesizers and our intrigue into the history of this instrument inspired us to build modules and perform live sets. The idea of Afterwave Records came about as an outlet to share the music both us and our collective of artists were making and playing at our parties in Brooklyn; as well as, to be able to release both modular synth music and techno for the dance-floor on the same label.”
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