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Yoyogi Park Remixed

    After an excellent new album “Yoyogi Park”,our favorite German producers made great remix package.

    one of the most respectable label giegling artist kettenkraussell made two version.one is dark deep house and one more is electronica style which reminds us jan janelik.
    our hero roman flugel remix is more uplifting and trippy,this is simply nice for the club.
    lake people remix is old school electro style but sounds very modern and playful.
    enjoy!


    Bodycode

    A New To Bloodmoon

    Alan Bodycode invited his favorite female singer Niqe into the studio to produce two classy, ear-catching electronic house tracks with strong vocal focus.

    "Moving On" is an unusual beast that'll instantly prick the ears of the more extraverted. It's a playful, sexualized palette, with yearning vocal part from Nige paired with a kinda electrohouse groove that's both sleazy and fun.

    "The Way" deploys those patented Mule beats -
    heavily compressed digital percussion and rib-shaking kicks. Add a few staccato synth stabs and a warm pad glow and you've got that slice of late night tribal house that you know's gonna smash the dancefloor. Nige leaves it a little longer for her vocal to grace the track; adding to the sublime and hypnotic nature of this late night jam. Top drawer stuff as always from Mule. 


    2019 is Mule Musiq’s 15th year anniversary. To celebrate, the label are releasing twelve 12"s from friends old and new, with Stefan Marx as ever, conjuring up the artwork.

    One of Mule's most treasured artists, Isolee comes correct with three original tracks that perfectly encapsulates his soft-touch to house music - gentle manipulation of organic stems, the Isolee trademark if you will. Shimmering and ethereal, the producer's sound is instantly identifying and superbly appetizing. There's dub-wise elements, especially on last track "Leap-Second" which actually has a whiff of Chain Reaction about it (must be a Berlin thin... - ed) while "Ginster" suspends you with its jarring yet sensuous rhythms that nod to micro-house's delicate poise. Add a hypnotic roller in the form of "Sudden Frost" and you've got yourself a winning record! 


    Wareika

    Water, Sky, Sun, Wood

    Wareika return to Tokyo's Mule Musiq. Florian Schirmacher, Henrik Raabe and Jakob Seidensticker's tro have flirted with the label previously on remix duties but this is their first full length proper. Known for multi-textured, minimalist electronic music, on this release Wareika edit down what began as an unplanned four hour jam session. Electric piano, guitar, conga, MFB Tanzbär, MFB Dominion 1, OB-6, Jupiter 6 and Manikin Mellotron synthsizer are all used in the composition yet with this advanced array of instrumentation there's an air of simplicity and minimalism that sweeps through the album. Serene, meditative and mesmerizing in equal measure, there's just enough thrust to carry these tracks through into a club environment also. Tracks take on shimmering, multidimensional forms, propelled by a steady 4/4 and peppered with an assortment of analogue fx. It's a beautifully executed piece, edited cleanly and concisely so you get all the energy and pleasure of that initial four hour jam session condensed into a handy one hour package. Excellent! 


    STAFF COMMENTS

    Sil says: Without a doubt and by a mile my favourite record so far this year. This feels as good as taking a swim in the Pacific watching a waterfall meander its way to the sea. This is a mesmerizing journey. Buy on sight. An absolute diamond this album is.

    Framed by two spoken word samples and wrapped in house and techno emotions, that know about electro and 90’s electronica too: the new, second album of the Leipzig and berlin based producer and live artist Martin Enke aka lake people moves in a fresh way.


    This time he shifts towards a focus on the essentials of electronic club music: sounds and groove, rough and playful interweaved with the aesthetic particles of techno. With his “point ep”, released on the berlin based imprint Krakatau records in late 2012, his creative life as a producer for melancholic driven club tunes took off.

    Several top notch DJs played the tune “point in time”, lake people started to tour world-wide with his mesmerizing live set and produced countless remixes for colleagues from all around the globe.

    In 2015 he finally released his first album “purposely uncertain field” on the Munich based label permanent Vacation and delivered eleven tracks at the interface of techno, ambient, experimental and electronic, that bewitch with hymnal chords, yearningly melodies, detailed production, elaborate sound design and an overall introspective, emotive feeling.

    Now, just shortly after he published a fresh ep on the Dresden based imprint uncanny valley, lake people drops “phase transition”, a new album consisting of ten haunting tracks full of dance suspense.

    He recorded all between 2016 and early 2017 on various vintage analog synthesizers, uad and other creative interfaces. To find out if his latest pure slamming tracks work deep, he tried them out during his live shows in order to catch some new ideas directly from the dance floor.

    Later he refitted the tested material, so that all ten tunes dance together as a compact album, which at times still sounds melancholic and vulnerable, but comes around at large in a more self-assured guise.

    You also experience in any tone, rhythmic twist or melody, that his latest music came naturally out of the soul of a producer, who constantly is doing music: at home or on the road. During this continual work flow, he created sparser, direct kicking spheres, that also still bring some drama to the party.

    A fine moody you-don’t-stop grooving record that follows a heartfelt syuzhet, which is full of temperament, devotional, partly Larry-Heardish and straight like a bullet, carrying the audience from joy and whimsy too melancholy and sugared desolation. Dance this mess around!


    STAFF COMMENTS

    Barry says: Swirling dub atmospherics and a skittering percussive backbone weave together into a dancefloor-ready cacophony of funk and rhythm. Brilliantly hefty but skilfully nuanced and varied. Brilliant stuff.

    NYC producer Marcos Cabral coming correct with three choice weapons from his private arsenal. On the A-side we have "Pest Control", the title track and EPs dark, techy opus. Cabral's industrialized rhythms permeate through the entirity of the track, vast machines driven into frazzled intensity through repetitive processes and a monster workload. "In The Red" features fellow noise maker Entro Senestre and draws indesipherable vox backwards through an engine room flanger before rearranging with skeletal beats and glitching synth bleeps. Final track, "Standing On The Corner" sees Cabral capably explore the realms of blissed out, late night deep house; tipping his hat to the THC-soaked sounds of Vancouver along the way. Ace!




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