Tag: records

Premiere: Clavis – Floyd (Remix) [Freerange Records]

Clavis return to Freerange for their fourth release which sees the German duo of Manuel Tur and Adrian Hoffmann come correct once again on the Boyd EP. With a killer Andhim remix under their belts, a remix of Ane Brun for André Hommen’s These Eyes label and exclusive track (as side project Amberoom) for Innervisions next Secret Weapons imminent the Clavis boys are continuing to build steam nicely. With the Boyd EP we see a departure from the deep Afro-inspired electronic grooves of previous releases, pushing in a raw, stripped-back direction tailor made for sweaty basements and warehouse parties. On their own Floyd Remix the Italo elements ... Read more

Premiere: Wild Dark – Like A Whisper [Nazca Records]

Los Suruba and their record label Nazca Records present their ninth release called ‘Sacred’ EP produced by the brothers Corey and Ryan, better known as Wild Dark.  NAZCA Records was born after internalising the connection between the advanced world of the Viracochas, beings from other planets and the archaic world of the Nazcas, lovers of music, dance and art in general. Wild Dark; stemming from a partnership with two decades of DJ experience behind them, Wild Dark takes on contemporary song-writing and gives it a unique, thoughtful approach using a wide spectrum of electronic music to tell a story. The ... Read more

Premiere: Patrice Baumel – Roar (Adana Twins Remix) [Watergate Records]

Coming in hot off their latest Watergate Mix Adana Twins deliver their first EP stemming from the mix itself putting what could be the standout track off the compilation: their remix of Patrice Bäumel’s ‘Roar’ front and center. Taking the successful original which could be considered as much a tool as it is a peak time bomb, the duo twist the initial anthem into a climactic, euphoric ride by adding their signature percussion and shimmers of melody while utilizing the original’s spine tingling tension to create an absolutely massive and memorable dance floor experience. “Roar (Adana Twins Remix)” is available ... Read more

24,000 Classic Dance Vinyls Unearthed At London Record Shop

In something of a vinyl lovers dream come true Vinyl Pimp discovered a collection of 24,000 vinyl records charting the evolution of classic dance between 1983 and 1993. Coming from the home of a former vinyl distributor, the extensive collection was packed into mountains of boxes and contains ’80s hip hop, acid house, early Detroit techno, and more. 16,000 of the records have already found their way to Vinyl Pimp’s Hackney Wick warehouse with the next 8,000 arriving later this week. Source: The Vinyl Factory