[MOJ01] Little Nobody – The Knock Off


Artist: Little Nobody
Title: The Knock Off
Cat.: MOJ01
Label: My Own jupiter
Format: Vinyl 12”
Release: 2014

A1 | Bat Rastard
A2 | Weltschmerz
A3 | Nobody’s Driving
B1 | Sense & Senility
B2 | Robota

It is clear that Nicolas Lutz’s undeniable Djing skills make him special in the sense that he is one that does not need to depend on having to produce himself in order to pursue his path. With that said, we can easily agree that that makes him a true SELECTOR. It is on this basis that he then decides to bring out his own label. Nicolas feels that the very wide spectrum of music in which he portrays in his sets can then be passed on, this time with him as an A&R. At this stage, whether the label will serve as a platform for his own productions in the future we are still to wait and see but the first release comes out in February 2014.

[OSLO0256] Sascha Dive – Move On

Artists & TitleSascha Dive – Move On
Label: Oslo Records
Catalogue#: OSLO0256
Date: Oct. 2012
Format: 12″ Vinyl
Country: Mannheim

A. Sascha Dive – Jupiter
B. Sascha Dive – Move On

Sascha Dive appears with his first full length EP on Oslo, since his contribution Suburban Night for the 2010 label compilation Don’t Believe The Hype. Known as founder and creative head behind Deep Vibes Recordings, we are more than happy to present you his latest effort Move On, in form of this wonderful EP. he title track Move On on the A-side contains Sascha’s typical drum patterns. Its his unique and soulful art of making a track, that makes also this one special. The track begins with a relaxed, but groovy as hell house rhythm. After half of the track he added some funky marimbas to gain the dancefloor suitability. The name is program and the constantly emerging order ‘Move on’ is not just an advice. This one is the perfect weapon to start the night and make the people dance. f we flip the record and check the B-side, we will find Jupiter. This one is deeper, but surely not less attractive to the knowing people. Trippy sounds, a horroresque sound design and the deepest bassline heard this year, guide you through the house on the hill that Sascha built. Be careful with this one or you probably get lost, while you are dancing until dawn.

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