Tag: Hard Fist

Premiere: Mr. TC – Depth Gauge (Lokier Remix) [Hard Fist Records]

The Hard Fist label notches up release number five from a fresh new family member in the form of Mr TC, with remixes from Lokier and Khidja. At the forefront of the Glaswegian music scene, Mr TC moves through genres from new wave to post punk, industrial, disco and tropical oddities. He plays mesmeric live shows with synths, drum machines and guitars. This EP— which is an allusion to the origins of trippy dance music—is his first solo effort since 2016 and takes you to the void of space, seeking freedom from moral prohibitions and standards, refuge from sexual and ... Read more

Premiere: Cornelius Doctor & Tushen Raï – Kintu [Hard Fist]

The two minds behind Hard Fist, Tushen Raï & Cornelius Doctor, have joined their forces to release the striking “Lights of Khonvoum”, a trippy 5 track EP definitely made for the dancefloor and also featuring remixes from Bawrut and Pletnev. To close out the release, today’s exclusive premiere, ‘Kinto’ is the darkest work of the project. Introduced by a long cosmic wave, the track sprinkled of synth flights and trancy ghost voices. Its acid baseline sounds like an old Jeep’s engine rumbling in the desert, driving you to the end of the world. “Lights of Khonvoum” is available 4 October ... Read more

Premiere: Ko Shin Moon & Simple Symmetry - Halay (Cornelius Doctor Lonley Mix)

The Lyon imprint Hard Fist returns with the various artists ‘Princes of Abzu’ EP, featuring producers hailing from multiple horizons. Although they may belong to different geographical spaces (London, Moscow, Amman, Tokyo, Paris…), the artists gathered in the EP share a common love for middle-eastern sounds and their transcendantal powers, which they mix with electro/cosmic/industrial beats, creating mystical imaginary landscapes. Here, ‘Halay’ is the fruit of a collaboration between Parisians Ko Shi Moon and Moscovites Simple Symmetry, remixed by Cornelius Doctor, telling the tale of the Halay dancers reveling in circles, exhilarated by an industrial groove while strange synthetic voices ... Read more