DJ TLR (Crème Organization) - BEAT REPEAT SPECIAL
Sunday, May 3, 2015
Monday, March 30, 2015
Richard and Christine’s mix for Juno Plus feels like an extension of their own sound, with an hour’s worth of cold, dark, tunnelling techno from artists whose music has been an inspiration on their forthcoming release. We spoke with Oddie over email about their upcoming European tour, cassette tape labels and how to approach remixes. Read interviewe bit.ly/Zpwyp1
1. White Noise - The Visitation
2. SBTRKT - Wildfire (Objekt mix)
3. Dadub - Life
4. T++ - Audio1995#8
5. 0 - Kolmas
6. Isolee - Simone Rides
7. Liasons Dangereuses - Peut etre... pas
8. Sleeparchive - ACD-Voice
9. OVR - Rapid Eye
10. Robert Hood - And Then We Planned Our Escape
11. Quadrant - 1.1
12. Dasha Rush - Dark Light Blind
13. Orphx - Vanishing Point
14. Inigo Kennedy - Chamber
15. Cassegrain - Tiamat
16. Samuel Kerridge - Waiting for Love III
17. Casual Violence - Acceptance of the Fact at Hand
18. Traversable Wormhole - Worldline (Orphx mix)
19. Loktibrada - Untitled (Ian Richardson mix)
20. Morgenstern - Railing
21. Orphx - Outcast
22. Trade - Positive Neckline
23. Function - Voiceprint (reprise)
Thursday, February 26, 2015
Label: Truth Or Consequences – TOC001
Format: Cassette, 7 × File, FLAC
Released: 24 Feb 2015
Style: Techno, Dub Techno, Experimental
All tracks are written, mixed & produced by Alexandre Lehmann, except "La Ritournelle Satanique (Francesco Belfiore Remix)" written, mixed and produced by Francesco Belfiore.
© Truth or Consequences 2015.
Distributed worldwide by DigDis!
Mastering by: Zzzzra
Graphic design and Art Direction by Boringvision.
1 L'Entraide (Dilemme Du Prisonnier) 5:30
2 Dans Ma Boite Au Repos (Alternative Mix) 8:10
3 L'Entraide (Variation) 5:37
4 La Ritournelle Satanique (Francesco Belfiore Remix) 5:36
Remix – Francesco Belfiore
5 La Ritournelle Satanique 9:08
6 Dans Ma Boite Au Repos 8:40
7 Assurance Malheurs 6:33
Truth or Consequences first release is coming from master of techno zzzzra.
Finest deep and dubby stuff for a special 6 tracks EP, a climax of sounds and harmonics that carries the listener to a higher emotional state.
On the flip, Francesco Belfiore delivers the mirror of his hypnotic and straight techno soul, gifting us a trippy mix of "La Ritournelle Satanique".
Label: M_REC LTD – M_REC LTD 24
Format: Vinyl, 12", EP
Released: 18 March 2015
Distribution: 712 Distribution - Berlin
A Exceeding Brightness
B1 Architectural Lie
B2 Scape Sequences
After a series of prized splits and collaborations, M_REC LTD's own Max_M returns with 'Dissertation', his latest fullyfleshed
'The Kidnapper Bell' was his last EP for M_REC LTD. The avid vinyl lover and collector has since put his "maximalist" values to work sharing wax with the likes of Fabrizio Lapiana of Attic Music, as well as with newcomers Wrong Assessment. Not one to rush things, 'Dissertation' then comes at a peak time for Max_M and M_REC LTD, representing the culmination of a ceaseless dedication to the type of stolid, hypnotic brand of techno intrinsic to both chief and label. "Exceeding Brightness" governs the A-side with blue blips set to a progressive chugging pace, enveloped in a trademark background of fuzzy mechanical whirrs. "Architectural Lie" then opens up the B-side with a loop of warm chords that roll into a tumult of diffused hats and jangled melodies. "Scape Sequences" concludes in a subaqueous fashion; viscous, heady and stupefying.
[PRAGMAT #008] Markus Masuhr / Dwntmpo – The Noise Of Clarity And The Obsession From Don't Be On Acid EP
Label: Pragmat – PRAGMAT#008
Format: Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM, EP, White Label
Released: 17 Feb 2015
Style: Techno, Dub Techno
A1 Markus Masuhr The Noise Of Clarity (One)
A2 Markus Masuhr The Noise Of Clarity (Two)
B1 Dwntmpo Obsession (Dwntmpo's Don't Be On Acid Rework)
B2 Dwntmpo Obsession (Markus Masuhr Don't Be On Acid Rework)
Remix – Markus Masuhr
the nose of clarity (one + two) is obscure and mystical techno with a hypnotism rhythm construct.
part one is coming for the long nights in the clubs and bringing darkness dance moves.
part two is more deeper and darker with a slowly trippy and layered loop sound.
on the flip side the obsession (from don´t´be on acid ) dwntmpos rework is downtempo sound in
perfection. the rhythm is going straight in the head and bring the deepness with a slowly pitched
vocal in front of all understanding. the second rework is more dub influenced with warm chords,
delays and echos from a other galaxy.
Label: M_REC LTD – MRECLTDGS10
Format: Vinyl, 12"
Released: 10 Feb 2015
Distribution: 712 Distribution - Berlin
A1 Ash 1
A2 Ash 2
B Ash 3
"Something wasn't quite right here. The room was white, cold, empty. But as he feverishly cast his eyes about, a rising panic suddenly seized his throat. Something wasn't right. He looked down to his hands, clammy and starting to tremble. Stop it, he thought. You're just being paranoid. He scaled the room again. Nothing. There was nothing here. He was completely alone. The hairs on the back of his neck began to prick, an icy finger traced the line of his spine. He was completely alone. He was alone. He jumped and turned around. Nothing. The blank, colourless walls stared back at him. Unblinking. Silent. Still. And yet… someone was watching him."
For the timely tenth edition of the Grey Series, M_Rec Ltd welcomes back Donor / Truss to the fold. Whilst Tom Russell has been lately flexing his Truss muscles with Perc and causing a furore as Blacknecks with Bleaching Agent, Donor's Greg Schappert has been busy readying his dystopic debut album, Against All. After last year's swampy Aber for their first Grey Series outing, Ash sees the production partnership revived in the form of a trio of gritty, excursive techno works. Starting with cut one on the A-side, Ash simultaneously builds and decomposes, eked along with hypnotic loops and irritated layers of noise to conclude in a creaking industrial crescendo on the B-side.
Thursday, January 8, 2015
Who is moodcut? This is a question being thrown around pretty frequently these days and rightly so, since dropping the ‘Tame Cats’ EP on nous-disques back in November, moodcut has gone from being an unknown artist to a producer being tipped for bigger and better things in 2015.
For this Podcast, moodcut-1 has brought together a serious selection of dusty house burners, Chicago and Detroit infused cuts and the hazy aspects of what made his Nous EP (and his own production) so damn infectious. Tracks from terekke, patriciaaa, route8, willis-anne and Kassem Mosse all helping to showcase the buzz and excitement that currently surrounds house music, which in (a large) part is down to labels such l-i-e-s, lobster-theremin, opal-tapes, nous-disques and Workshop, to name a few.
No matter how many more questions get asked, one thing’s for certain, moodcut just killed it with this mix.
Thanks for all the support during 2014. See you on the other side.
1. Cloudface – 612 (Going Good)
2. Terekke – Bank 3 (L.I.E.S.)
3. Patricia – Josephine (Black Opal)
4. Independence Ave. Orchestra – Welfare (Proibito)
5. Spoiled Drama – The Sun In Your Face (Route 8 Remix) (Nous)
6. Miltiades – WA4.sun (Echovolt)
7. Route 8 – Cruising (Lobster Theremin)
8. Geena – How Sensitive (Antinote)
9. Willis Anne – The C Track (Nous / Berceuse Heroique)
10. Felix T – Moonshine (Wild Open Space)
11. Hinode – Escape (Monkey Bar)
12. 45 ACP – Breakin Out (Dog In The Night)
13. Kassem Mosse – Track 9 (Workshop)
Monday, November 3, 2014
Artist: Various Artists
Title: Cinema Sonore Vol.1
Format: 12'' Vinyl 180gr.
Release date: 23 October 2014
Distribution: 712 Distribution, Berlin
A1: Redj & Ghini-B - Seedy Harbor (Iori Act II)
B1: Redj & Ghini-B - Seedy Harbor Act I
B2: Jerome Caproni (Zecapx) - Sweet Poetry
Cinema Sonore Vol. 1
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Included a Iori remix (Prologue, Phonica White).
Cinema Sonore Vol. 1 will be the actor of your own analog film.
A sound film is a motion picture with synchronized sounding elements, technologically coupled to image, as opposed to a silent film. The first known public exhibition of projected sound films took place in Paris in 1900. The idea of combining motion pictures with recorded sound is nearly as old as the concept of cinema itself. In the early1930s it became a global phenomenon.
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