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Daft Punk – Around the World – EMI France
Alex Costa – Daddy Soon (Original Club Mix)
Anthony Cardinale – Bring Silence (Simone Vitullo Remix)
D. Diggler – Be-bob Tango
Dan Reed – Herbstgezwitscher (Andreas Henneberg Remix)
Claptone – Cream (Original Mix)
Bjoern Stolpmann – 1904 (Pelle Buys Remix)
Christian Smith – Cabecudas – Bedrock Records
Depeche Mode – Everything Counts (Oliver Huntemann And Stephan Bodzin Dub)
DC Salas – Peru (Original Mix)
Doomwork – Ram Bam (Original Club Mix)
Antix – Like Ships In The Night (Jamie Stevens Remix)
Fabrizio Maurizi – Mundaka
Lauer, Canard, Greg Note – Dup Dup feat. Greg Note (Original Club Mix)
Across Digital – Disarray – The Remixes Pt.1
1. Across Digital – Disarray (Vladimir Corbin’s Berlin Mitte Remix)
2. Across Digital – Disarray (HP. Hoeger Remix)
3. Across Digital – Disarray (Supreme Sluts Remix)
4. Across Digital – Disarray (Peddy’s Doppelmumpf Remix)
5. Across Digital – Disarray (Full Vocal Mix)
It’s breaking news indeed when the Techno warrior known as Tom Hades drops his first proper EP on 1605. And it doesn’t get any rawer or filthier than this.”Einsatz” starts off with bubbling bass before going straight into synth hell, with hysteric rises and a looping riff that mutates throughout the rubble accordingly.Not enough for you? “Totally Sick” is indeed totally sick, with its triplet intro and buzzing, discordant synthesis. Add Tom’s signature drum pounding to this and yes, that is the sound of your brain leaking.
All Songs written by Skrillex Published by Copaface (ASCAP) “Breakn’ A Sweat” is a collaboration with three of the members of The Doors (Ray, Robby and John) for the Re:Generation Music Project. The movie comes out February 2012, check out the trailer at www.regenerationmusicproject.com. All rights administered worldwide by Kobalt Songs Music Publishing except “Breakn’ A Sweat” written by Skrillex & The Doors (Doors Music Company LLC as administrator for itself (ASCAP) and Copaface (ASCAP). Includes a sample of the composition of “Light My Fire”, copyright Doors Music Company LLC 1967, renewed 1995. Featuring a sample from a 1969 Jim Morrison interview. Produced under license from WNET; “The Devil’s Den” written by Skrillex & Wolfgang Gartner (Joseph T. Youngman, BMI); “Right On Time” written by Skrillex, 12th Planet (Infiltrata Entertainment, ASCAP) & Kill The Noise (Copyright Control); and “Kyoto”written by Skrillex & Sirah (SIrah Raps/CYP One Continue reading →
Support from Richie Hawtin, Gary Beck, Tommy Four Seven, Dustin Zahn, Paco Osuna, M.A.N.D.Y, Jonas Kopp, Chris Liebing, Alexi Delano, Go Hiyama and more ** Mick Finesse makes his Perc Trax debut with four tracks of his own personal take on techno, fusing together soundtrack atmospherics with clanking rhythms and a nod to the broken beats of UKbass music and dubstep. For the remix Perc Trax bossman Perc steps up to deliver 2 peak time interpretations that drag Mick’s original track kicking and screaming to the dancefloor.
Koen Groeneveld’s techy original mix of ‘Airbuzz’ got an insane fix by the one and only Stefano Noferini. Known for his infective house records which always please the crowds to the max, this remix will do wonders for your set, every time! Koen added a fix of his track to the remix package and got Da Fresh to do the same which results in this must have remix package to start off this year in style! Amo+Navas, Abel Ramos, Riley & Durrant, Robbie Rivera support!
Over the last seven years dirtybird has released an eclectic range of bass influenced house music. This new compilation is a glimpse into the next wave. 14 different artists deliver deep house, bass music, jackin funk, and ghetto filth. The series will be released in 3 parts and as a full length cd. Part 1 opens with the red hot Eats Everything, fresh off his live from Bristol essential mix. This is a first-time collaboration working with label chief, Claude VonStroke on a deep techy number with plenty of surprises. Second in line is a jackin funk gem by Sacha Robotti, who you might recognize as curator of the famed Berlin Kreuzberg Institut podcast since 2008 or by his label, Klasse Recordings. After that an unexpected deep house-bass influenced single comes from LA’s Kingdom, the bass/R&B maverick and label boss of Nightslug’s new U.S. sister label called “Fade to Mind”. Last but not least comes an elegant combo of Detroit style techno and UK bass from our good friend A1 Bassline, owner of Tighten Up records and overall club destroyer.
english version From Celle into the wide world: These days Guido Schneider is one of the major globetrotters among DJs and producers worldwide, but he began his career 15 years ago in provincial Germany. However, instead of baking bread rolls, Schneider founded his own label “Neue Welten” right from the beginning. It was a move that naturally brought him to the capital of electronic music in Berlin. What followed was a series of exciting and successful collaborations with other renowned artists, and after dissolving his label, Schneider began travelling as a sought after DJ, jetting all around the globe. It is little wonder that such a reputable DJ and producer also belongs to the diverse Highgrade family. He has now produced another EP for the Berlin label which brings us the typical Guido Schneider qualities right before our eyes, or even better: before our ears! The two tracks navigate precicely from the first bar, the minimal sound universe that relies on elaborate percussion, without ever Continue reading →