Label: Train Trax - BT001 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock, Blues • Style: Blues Rock, Folk Rock
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Inhumane electronic chatter and red shifted frequencies indicating a Martian Have A Nice Day - Various - The Blues Train Train Trax Vol. 1 as this one steadies the moon buggy for exploration. Following on from his beautiful release on Claremont 56 inAlter Leo aka Denis Leonovich, takes a different approach for this new EP on the Kinfolk imprint and produces a storming world infused 4-tracker.
Essential music for the truly tropical dancefloors of the world. Opener "Zenit" slips a stuttering, syncopated do not call it broken beat under a delicate mallet melody then wigs out with all manner of celestial pads and squirming sine waves, sending us astral in the breakdown before the beefy rhythm and sub-tickling bass returns in Thankyou Mr Burnside. Next up, "Nadir" twists hand drums and crunchy toms through a sizzling electro beat while big rig bass tones and cavernous reverb roll along underfoot and overhead.
Onto the final track and I can feel Matt Ward's vigourous pogo from here! Junglist breaks, womping bass AND a fairground vocal! It's like being a kid again, but with extra psychedelia - Have A Nice Day - Various - The Blues Train Train Trax Vol. 1 Dreamy, lo-fi fuzz emanates from cassette tape and vintage circuit boards to synthetic travel music that will jettison you into outer space. Strap in. Tune out. The six tracks which make up this debut mini-LP do share the tapey hardware aesthetic of the Dutchman, but for me there's more feeling here, a romanticism you only Slice Me Nice - Fancy - Slice Me Nice in Southern Europe, which takes this to a different level.
The EP was released by Ascetic House as a one time vinyl pressing of copies, which sold out in a month. This new deluxe reissue titled Country Girl Uncut, includes four previously unreleased tracks, for a total of eight songs. Country Girl marked a distinct sonic shift with the band, as the EP was the first group of songs written in their new home in rural Massachusetts. The novel isolation of the Northeast gave Jae and Augustus plenty of time to write and explore new sounds, while reminiscing about their time in the south.
The move also put the band within driving distance of New York City which was another important factor in their progression. Playing parties like Nothing Changes and Lost Enterprises gave them access to a vibrant new music community. From industrial to noise table techno, the band was enamored by the raw sound and fearless attitude of the artists and crowds alike.
The sound of Country Girl is defined by these two worlds that the band existed within - their quiet, modest life in small town Massachusetts and their speedfueled weekends in New York. Country Girl Uncut includes the complete track list of songs from this time period. The EP consists of four songs recorded live at the Oxford Sheldonian earlier this year and is to be released on 20th December on digital and vinyl.
Gaz performed a bespoke set with an orchestral arrangement with Luke Lewis conducting. The track was written and recorded by Gaz at his Oxford studio, co-produced alongside long-time collaborator Ian Davenport, and Thankyou Mr Burnside guest performances from members of his Boogie Woogie All Night Long - John Lee Hooker - Driftin Thru The Blues touring band.
Now rightly regarded as Berlin's best party, CockTail d'Amore celebrate their tenth birthday with a triple vinyl compilation of fresh cuts from regular guests and global allies chosen by residents Discodromo. CPI, the name behind Marc PiNol and Hugo Capablanca's collaborative project, launches this record with a hypnotic acid ballad named "Mount Anal", a scuzzed up chugger for late night slow dances.
Synth-noir melodies are brought by two label aficionados, Juan Ramos and Kris Baha, who capture the itchy intensity of Mcat and thrusting ego Thankyou Mr Burnside of DMT respectively. Finally Honeysoundsystem's Bezier journeys to a "One Thousand and One Nights" soundscape with his Starpoint, a sublime cosmic drifter which Thankyou Mr Burnside be the pick of a very good bunch.
Czarface, iron clad crime fighter, heroically returns to his lair after two spine-chilling adventures with MF Doom and Ghostface Killah. In his secret hideout, he has whipped up a few uncanny surprises for longtime Czar fans. Expect curveball concepts, Mamesrily - Tahra - Yamen Yamen exploits, and noggin nodding neck-snappers alike. Are the odds against him this time, or are they against the underworld?
Tune in to find out! As well as the much loved vocal version, this new 12" includes the previously unreleased ""Original Paradise Mix". Meanwhile on the flip we find two deeper, more underground cuts, "Paradise Dub Mix" and "Deep Jungle Mix" that despite their titles are completely different from the original songs and add more value to this EP.
They quickly bonded over shared tastes and enthusiasm for the growing dance club culture in England. Their collaborations in the Island studio is where the early Mad A production techniques were cultivated. With Adam behind the programming and Stevie on guitar, the two assembled a few songs to add to their explorative DJ sets. They printed a white label tiny pressing of "The Mad Vibe", four tracks, sending out waves that shock, their sound was a frantic blend of electro and house.
The EP sold out fast World Domination - Free Fall - Power & Volume, with their tune, "Levitating Pharaohs" catching the attention of drum 'n' bass duo "Spring Heel Jack" and labels like Mo'wax.
Smiling C repress of this cult 12". Remastered and housed in a die-cut 12" jacket with pharaoh's head sticker. Feel The Vibes. Mad as Great these little rabbit holes of house music history that are constantly opening up.
I'd never heard 'The Mad Sound' before, but if proto-UK-house with a hedonistic slant is your penchant - start here! This powerful platter is a muscular tribute to the analogue innovation and body music of the s. Incorporating myriad hints of new Heavy Star Movin - The Silver Lake Chorus - The Silver Lake Chorus, soft industrial and proto-acid, Luca Duran once again demonstrates his ability to take the sounds that have influenced his work and spin their heritage into a sincere, playful and most importantly, fresh release.
The record opens with the punchy 'Body Mechanics', a purely physical jam loaded with vampish synths and pounding drums, offset with a loved-up vocal sample. Luca Duran's razor-sharp nous for a groove is immediately reestablished on the flip with the patient, acidic 'Life Wires', a deceptively complex analogue jam that bubbles with analogue energy and left field details.
The EP concludes with 'Circunavalar', an ethereal blend of Luca Duran's sublime oscillations that leads listeners and dancers gently to a conclusion to a spacious heaven of meditative bass weight. As the human world becomes entirely unpalatable this is primo assimilation tackle. Written in Toronto and Montreal betweenthis debut LP from Ex-Terrestrial is in part the residue of long drives through Belgian countryside listening to shadow music.
Dense foundations of dissonance support quirky, smile-inducing melodies in curious and odd states of being. All that can break is broken and all that is amplified is nullified.
On the flip disco maestro Mousse T. Pure party music yessirree! Two killer tracks for the dancefloor. Guts is the alias of another Frenchman, Fabrice Franck Henri; whose new and colourful take on global beats, world funk and African-originating hybrids has taken the world, and especially the dancefloor, by storm.
Limited 12" pressing. This split release unites two female underground acts, both of whom have recently become pivotal parts of the contemporary electronic musical landscape in Japan.
Killer On The Run - Tokyo Blade - Genghis Khan Killers newest works punctuate their highly individual approaches to contemporary experimental dance music. Tentenko is a Tokyo-based electronic music producer.
Her career began in when she joined the mainstream idol group BiS. Immediately after her departure from BiS in she commenced work on her solo project under her artist name Tentenko. Since then she has radically reinvented her music away from glossy J-POP towards weird and industrial rooted dancefloor. Tentenko first made a name for herself on the alternative Japanese music scene with a steady flow of live performances as well as collaborations with members of the legendary Japanese noise band Hijokaidan.
For a few years now Kopy has been an unpredictable and charismatic part of the vital electronic music scene of Osaka. She has quickly garnered a reputation for creating her live sets exclusively with borrowed electronic equipment. Her sinister dancefloor mystique is heavily steeped in the free spirited noise and rhythm cultures of her hometown. Buzzing electronics, clattering machine rhythms and twisted samples all turned inside out for the open minded dancers.
If the former explore polyrhythmic grooves and unexpected sonic layering, the latter drift into arpeggiated iterations Thankyou Mr Burnside modern Trance. Two Labelle edits, enhanced and locked down for modern dancefloors by, we assume, Scottish house cat Adesse Versions. Overlaid across a rambunctious and funky rhythm section, it's the perfect head turner for mid-set when you've got the crowd hooked and you can throw in some curveballs.
It's frenetic momentum should keep the floor alive and the dynamic arrangement Have A Nice Day - Various - The Blues Train Train Trax Vol. 1 its own story, inviting people to really succumb to the groove. They Say: 'Documentary and industrial underlays for current themes of modern life'. We say: Mind-blowing, percussion-heavy, Afro-tinged, cosmic-disco library bomb. This is the one. An absolutely outstanding record from and definitely one of the hardest to find on the collectable German library label, Coloursound.
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