Deeply oriented to house w/broken beats patterns & techno infuences. Tuly inspired from UK sounds, always preserving dancefloor attitude thanks to their grooves & arrangements. Features remix by Conforce.
Long-time solo project of Jacob Long, elusive San Francisco artist who's been quietly releasing meditative cassettes over the last decade. Deeply personal journey thru crackling, immersive sound world unlike any other.
Rawmance's 1st solo project. many influences, many different feelings and, off course, many machines. A1 is a jam, basic instinct put into the dear 909, synth & late night urban atmosphere. B1 is ravey + jungle + banlieue nord. B2 violent ambient.
Rising house/techno producer from Poland opens EP w/lesson in cross referencing techno w/house. Next up bright breezy fusion of horns & technology, then rolling bassline & incessant chords. Souliner remix closes.
4 Detroit artists present final chapter in this series. DJ-T1000 surprises w/stripped-back groove, pure electronic funk. Scott Ferguson drops heavy skanker. Mike Clark & Rick Wade both offer tracks that rank up there w/their best.
Split EP takes you to mysterious but lucid dance floor. (A) heavy hitter by Halal, musician, visual artist & organizer of infamous Mutual Dreaming parties in NY, homage to Rod Lee's B-more club classic. Flip by Amsterdam rising star is stubborn electro.
Great debut by UK based James Marrs on the consistenly unpredictable Syncom Data Records. Four raw, sample induced industrial house tracks. Perfect dancefloor material. For a basement strobo party in a David Lynch movie, that is