Tag: Axel Boman

Premiere: Silk 86 vs Blamma! Blamma! – Never Think (Original Mix)

London-centric beatmakers Silk 86 and Blamma! Blamma! go back to back on a project via Emotive Records – launching off the label’s first edition. Composed of Finn Casey and Thomas L, Silk 86 kick off this new joint venture with a limited edition vinyl press. Having cut their teeth over the last decade DJing, promoting and being intoxicated in the metamorphic underground scene of East London, these Londoners remain resolute in disregarding genres in favour of incorporating their eclectic musical backgrounds. Blamma! Blamma! have a history of making deep, disco-fied tracks and remixes with releases on labels including Eskimo, Deleted, Kitsune and The Walls Have Ears. In a neat twist, ... Read more

Premiere: Yovav – Running Wave (Original Mix)

Correspondant returns with their fourth annual label compilation. Celebrating the label’s 5th year anniversary, Yovav invites you on a night drive which takes you deeper in to the darkness. Label owner Jennifer Cardini has assembled a cavalcade of Correspondant’s core family – which includes Man Power, Red Axes, Javi Redondo, Axel Boman, Borusiade, Chida, Dollkraut, Kiwi, Jonathan Kusuma, and Autarkic. It’s been a crazy 5 years for the label. Steered on course by Jennifer Cardini, Correspondant has never taken the easy or cheap route, yet it’s dedication to the skewed, dark and difficult end of the dance spectrum has paid of with an every growing legion of supporters ... Read more

Premiere: Landside – Chains (Axel Boman Remix)

Studio Barnhus comrade Axel Boman returns with a fresh remix of Landside’s Chains EP, a melting pot of dub vibes, breaking leads, and melancholic vocals. Landside is the collaboration between Italian producers Hunter/Game and the Icelandic band Kúra. Their two tracks ‘Chains’ and ‘Desert Lake’ were designed to take the listener through obscured paths of ‘a new world’, whereupon after moving through uncharted lands – the listener finds themselves experiencing a mirage of a desert lake. The idea draws from the deeper vibes and melancholic ambience of Kúraʼs reflective, often dubby moods, along with a groove reminiscent of Hunter/Game‘s dance-floor roots. See also: Interview Studio Barnhus Yet, premiering ... Read more

Top 10 Releases In February

Which records are getting it done on the dance floor over the past month? Check out our selection of the top 10 releases in January, featuring great cuts by Danny Daze, Marquis & Blake, Pig&Dan and more. See also: Top 10 Releases Overview #10 Lake Haze | Natural Insight | Creme | Out Now [soundcloud url=”https://soundcloud.com/cremeorganization/creme-12-89-lake-haze-natural-insight-ep” comments=”true” auto_play=”false” color=”E40045″ width=”100%” height=”166″] Creme Organization look to Portugal’s fast rising Lake Haze for a new three track EP that comes a year after he debuted on the Dutch label with IVVVO. To date, the man born Gonçalo Salgado has also released on Unknown ... Read more

Premiere: Von Spar – Breaking Formation (Axel Boman Remix)

Barnt and Axel Boman are opening up the round of remixes for German electronica band Von Spar’s latest album “Streetlife”. Both artists were free to choose which of the track they place their unmistakable stamp. Axel Boman (Studio Barnhus / Pampa) has transformed Von Spar’s song “Breaking Formation” into a Balearic Soft Acid ballad, while Barnt – long a companion and close friend of the band – uncovers epic dimensions on “Duvet Days” and expands the song to almost ten minutes. It is Boman’s excellent re-interpretation of Breaking Formation that we’re exclusively premiering. Von Spar’s “Streetlife – Remixes, Pt. 1” will be released on ... Read more