Masomenos – Tofidi EP Label:Welcome To Masomenos Catalog#:WTM031 Format:12″ Vinyl Country:Paris Released:11 Sept 2012
A1. St Jacut, with Lemos feat Jaw (Dop)
A2. Go On My Son, with Lemos
B1. Tomorrow, with Jaw (Dop)
B2. Tofidi, with Lemos
Credits: Permanently Being Busy Performing, The So Funky Duo Masomenos Nevertheless Take Their Time To Produce. Such As The Artwork Basically Already Is Announcing It, Things Go In Cycles In Masomenosville (s/s). So, This Ep Is The Start Of A New Series, And A Delicious Example On How To Effectively Create Different Moods.. St Jacut (with Lemos, Feat. Jaw (dop) Is The Charming Vocal Opener… Go On My Son (with Lemos) Is The Classic Housey Lift-up, Tomorrow (feat Jaw (dop) Got That Reflective Vibe. Finally Tofidi (with Lemos) Is An Ohhh So Effective Masterpiece…yeppa.!!
G.Verrina & G.Ventura – Suckerfish EP Label: All Inn Records Catalog#: ALLINN015 Format: 12″ Vinyl Country: Romania Released: 29 Aug 2012
Verrina and Ventura delivers the 15th piece of All Inn releases – filled by smooth, psychedelic textures and tasty tribals.
Beside of the three original tracks Cristi Cons represents his beautifully composed minimalistic reinterpretation of “Suckerfish”.
Quality materials for warm-up and main-time djsets. Get your copy!
Vinyl Speed Adjust – Passing Waves EP
Label: Crystal Structures Records Format: 12″ Vinyl Released: 30 Aug 2012
Credits: We start off our string of releases with a flash back to the groovey days of Chi-town, breakin’ it up and layin’ it down like it is. And to boot, we got Sushitech regular Anonym to back us up with a stompin’ acid rework of A side, just for you. So here you go everybody, Crystal Structures release numero uno, enjoy.
Having made a more sizable leap to vinyl releases in the last couple of years, Myles Serge is spreading his wings from his 6one6 and Re(Form) labels to share his unique take on reduced techno. This release gets headed up by a Quantec remix first and foremost though, and what a remix it is. “Edurne’s Eyes” gets a suitably dubby treatment as you might expect, but there a strong pulse not normally associated with dub techno, not least once the snapping hats come in. Myles’ own “The Sort” is a strong slice of minimal techno with a Basic Channel kind of filtered ambience running through it. “Distance Cries” is an altogether jazzier affair, swinging heavily and replacing prominent beats with morsels of sound in an avant-garde funk.
Repitch is pleased to present the new 10inch series. For the first time well release original tracks from new artists so it wont be stuff from D.Carbone, Ascion and Shapednoise.
These artists featured on this new 10inch series are Marcelus from Deeply Rooted House who recently did his debut on the legendary Techno label Tresor and the promising newcomer Markus Suckut who already released on important labels like Len Series – home of Berghain’s resident Len Faki – and Stroboscopic Artefacts. On the A side, Markus Suckut delivers an epic techno track in a full oldschool spirit. The stomping broken beat is marked by a dark melody and a groan which take us back to 1995’s R&S golden age. Marcelus, on the B side, mantains the oldschool spirit of the release with a raw and mechanical floorburner that sounds like a powerful studio-session between an Industrial band and a modern Techno producer.