The full recording from Steve O’Sullivan’s liveset he played in Trouw during the LET night on March 28, 2014. It’s a true pleasure to share this unique recording with you that contains a lot of unreleased tracks. Having founded and running the Mosaic label and currently releasing on Sushitech, Steve is somewhat of a legend. Enjoy!
Ed Davenport / Ozka – Split Series Part Three
Label: Mosaic Split Series Catalog#: SPLIT03 Format: 12″ Vinyl Country: / Released: 2014
The next instalment of this nine part series sees Mosaic take a diversion into darker techno territory with contributions from Ed Davenport, Aubrey and Ozka.
Over the last few years Ed has been quietly gaining respect from those who like their house splashed with a good dose of techno. The Berghain regular’s “Bloodchild” rides the fine line between both genres perfectly with a dark twisted bass line driven groove and eerie vocal line that typifies his unique sound.
Next up is Aubrey who has provided a storming techno monster of a remix of Ed Davenport’s unreleased “Islands.” A very welcome return to the label after a 17 year break and when seen alongside his recent Ostgut Ton, Ferox and Metroplex appearances it is no wonder that people are calling 2014 his best year yet.
Belgian techno wizkid David Nizet (aka Ozka) provides the closing track to the EP. Despite having recorded for the likes of Dave Angel’s Rotation and Mowar this guy has been bubbling under the radar for some time . With forthcoming contributions to John Beltrans Dado and Arne Weinberg’s Diametric coming up we are sure his talent won’t go unnoticed for much longer . Check out the wonderful bass line driven dub-stab-fest he has given us in “Thirteen years” if you have any doubts!
Label: Sushitech Artists: Steve O’Sullivan Catalog#: SUSH026 Format: 3 × Vinyl, 12″ Country: Berlin Released: 2013
Tracklist: A1 Moving Forward B1 Midnight Creeper (Extended) B2 Where’s Burt? (Short Edit) Co-producer – Ben Sims C1 Inside Out D1 Special Edition (Reshape) D2 Version Blue (Edit) E1 Stripped E2 Diminishing Returns (Bluetrain Special Edition Dub) Co-producer – Dean DeCosta F1 Don’t Rush The Dub F2 Give I Strength (Remastered)
Credits: Perfect future Classic. Playable in the past ind the present and in the future! Timeless Record spezial decks tipp! After The Fantastic Release Of Mosaic On Sushitech Last Month We Are Now Ready To Release A New Triple Pack Of Steve Osullivan That Will Present His Classic Dub Techno Label, Bluetrain! Bluetrain Was The Sub Label Of Mosaic And A True Classic Label From The 90s.
Steve O’Sullivan – Mosaic Reshaped & Unreleased
Label: Sushitech Artists: Steve O’Sullivan Catalog#: SUSH023 Format: 3 × Vinyl, 12″ Country: Berlin Released: 2013
The final track list and samples of our new release “Steve O’Sullivan – Mosaic Reshaped & Unreleased”!
The package includes special unreleased edits, extended mixes and remastered versions of timeless Mosaic classics! Compiled, Arranged and Reshaped by Steve O’Sullivan and Yossi Amoyal. Sushitech 23. Get your copy!
Nu Zau – O serata Dansanta EP Label: Gilesku Records Catalog#: GILE004 Format: 12″ Vinyl (Limited 300 Copies) Country: Slovenia Released: Feb 2013
For our fourth release, we’ve decided to go even deeper into mysterious waters of experimental minimalistic club music, bringing you yet another undergound talent from Romania – Nu Zau. Already a well known figure on the Romanian scene, Nu Zau was heavily inspired by early romanian hip-hop movement, leaving its imprint in the oldschool vibe of his tracks.
A four track EP opens with deep »Cum bate vantu« – gradually evolving track with wicked bassline and playful precussion, accompanied by warm synth pads in the background. »Drum de foc« takes us for a ride in another direction with its dark atmospheric sounds and groovy beats. It seems like Nu Zau is taking us even further with the third track of the EP – »Frecventa joasa«, which will satisfy even the most demanding clubbers. To conclude the musical ride, here is the fourth track – »Ozup«, a pure percussive gem, that will be enjoyed by many for its floor-driven essence.