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Beats In Space 15th Anniversary – ‘Mixed by Tim Sweeney’ (Beats In Space)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 10, 2014 by E.N.

Beats In Space 15th Anniversary - 'Mixed by Tim Sweeney' (Beats In Space)Emanating from the mists of NYC´s over­-populated airwaves since 1999, Tim Sweeney´s Beats In Space show has long been a beacon of quality, originality and cutting edge music on a weekly basis for electronic music fans world­-wide. The standard and variety of the regular guests has always been extremely high and international DJ´s and artists such as DJ Harvey, Four Tet, Ben UFO, Move D, Jamie XX, Prosumer, James Murphy, Carl Craig, Gerd Janson, Todd Terje and many more have all graced the BIS turntables at one time or another in the last decade and a half.

This special two disc compilation celebrates 15 years of the BIS radio show, label and musical movement. The open minded approach to music and quality control that makes BIS is all down to Tim Sweeney´s flawless programming and dedication to his audience. The first disc is a live mix captured in the WNYU 89.1 studio featuring a host of exclusive tracks and edits from from Azari & III, Edwin Starr, Dukes Of Chutney & Secret Circuit, with thirteen of the sixteen tracks exclusive to the project.bis-logo-acronym

The second disc is a collection of BIS classics and influences that have steered the direction that the show has taken since it´s inception, including some killer under the radar gems, unreleased tracks and secret weapons from the likes of John Talabot, Matias Aguayo, Plaid b Tensnakeand pioneering labels such as Permanent Vacation, Running Back andInternational Feel.

Both mixes help to tell the story of one of the most enduring, vital radio shows out there. Each and every week, on a Tuesday evening Tim takes to the airwaves with a selection of the best old and new music the underground has to offer and the world tunes in. Long live Beats In Space

Label: Beats In Space
Cat no: BIS021CD
Web: www.beatsinspace.net
Released: Monday November 17th, 2014

TRACKLISTING:
CD1:
1. Edwin Starr – Get Up Whirpool (Eric Duncan Edit)
2. Reuma Abas – Wa´ana Fda Leumi (Apfelberg et Matushka Edit)
3. David Hasert – Deep Horst
4. Azari & III – Party Night
5. Dukes Of Chutney – Jan´s Bellski (Pedrodollar Remix)
6. Masks – Folds I
7. Barnt – Chappell
8. Galcher Lustwerk – Kaint
9. Secret Circuit – Higher Heights (Hidden Fees Remix/Tim Sweeney Edit)
10. Marvin Horsch – Deen
11. Pedrodollar – Free4Love – Studio Barnhus
12. Samuel – A Million Things
13. Gino Bomino- Save The World Now
14. Junior Fairplay – Sugar Puss – Crimes Of The Future
15. E­Versions – Shoe
16. El Coco – Coco Kane (Frasier Edit)

CD2 Beats In Space Classics:

1. Baby Oliver – Shot Caller
2. John Talabot – When The Past Was Present (Pachanga Boys Purple Remix)
3. Tensnake – In The End I Want You To Cry
4. Justin Vandervolgen – Clapping Song
5. Quesh – Candy Girl (Crue-­L Luger Dub)
6. Plaid – Scoobs In Columbia
7. Matias Aguayo – I Don’t Smoke
8. Butler Kendig – Oh Baby (Snuff Krew Remix 1) L
9. FIT – Tonite (OG Mix) – FIT
10. Ralph Falcon – Every Now And Then
11. Naum Gabo – Pictur (The Loving Hand Remix – Naum Gabo Edit 1)

12. Delia & Gavin – Relevee (Carl Craig Remix)
13. Rocha – Feel The Love (Welcome Stranger Remix)
14. Murat Tepeli – Forever (Prosumer´s Hold Me Touch Me Remix)
15. Balil – 3/4 Heart
16. Tim Blake – Last Ride Of The Boogie Child

Rebel Rave #13 with TEED- Dinosaurs and Flamingos(Video)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on July 31, 2013 by E.N.

TEED-GETLOST-Totally Enormous Extinct DinosaursAre you ready to Get Lost?

Film Maker David Teranova joined Orlando for the final leg of his US tour for a live show and DJ Set. They hadn’t anticipated a tropical storm but Orlando’s dry humour and playful nature allowed for some magical moments to prevail against all odds. Crosstown and David have again succeeded in creating a weird and wonderful film to show the true creative force of Crosstown and it’s Artists.

Crosstown Rebels infamous Get Lost series returns with a new volume delving into the more obscure and rare choices from the award­winning crossover dance act and old friend of the label, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs. Get Lost VI is a double disc compilation full of rarities and cutting edge house and techno carefully chosen and collated by TEED, including a new exclusive track made by him together with Eats Everything that will be released as a single on the label.
More INFO

GET LOST LA

Next event is Saturday, August 24th from 2pm – 10pm at The Egyptian Theatre in Los Angeles featuring: Art Department, Damian Lazarus, DJ Harvey, Francesca Lombardo, Jamie Jones

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Crosstown Rebels presents Rebel Rave 2 mixed by Droog

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 25, 2011 by E.N.

 

2011 has been the best year so far for arguably the world’s best underground dance label, Crosstown Rebels. Having released incredible artist albums by Maceo Plex, Deniz Kurtel & Art Department and the sublime ‘Get Lost 4’ mixed by Damian Lazarus, they now release Rebel Rave 2 as a compendium to their most prolific year to date. The album showcases highlights from the year over two discs and features a stunning DJ mix on CD3 mixed by high flying LA threepiece collective Droog.

Rebel Rave returns with another three discs of upfront material from the Crosstown Rebels recent catalogue, in a similar format to the first edition. Featuring some of the most ground-breaking, critically acclaimed and widely loved singles from the Crosstown stable this year; from label stalwarts Jamie Jones, Glimpse, Deniz Kurtel, Dan Berkson and head honcho Damian Lazarus, to a sea of new faces in Russ Yallop, Fur Coat and Subb-an, and outstanding contributions from two of this year biggest artists Maceo Plex and Art Department plus huge releases from Guti & Dubshape, Solomun, James What, Inxec & Droog.

The collection is a great barometer to Crosstown’s triumphant year. The first two discs are unmixed and span buried B-sides, reedits and remixes from some of this year’s biggest releases, featuring work by some inspirational producers such as DJ Harvey, Guy Gerber, Maya Jane Coles, Dixon, Ewan Pearson, Ivan Smagghe, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, Zev (Wolf + Lamb) and many more. Disc three is a superb mix of highlights and fresh material from the imprint sonically sculptured together by LA’s Droog. Hypnotic and alluring, vibrant and exciting, this timeless journey cements a victorious year for both the imprint, and its expanding family of artists.

Label: Crosstown Rebels
Cat no: CRMCD016
Web: www.crosstownrebels.com
Distribution: Above Board Distribution
Released: Monday November 28th, 2011

Tracklist

  1. Deniz Kurtel – Music Watching Over Me Feat. Leza Boyland
  2. Art Department Feat. Seth Troxler – Living The Life (ABA Therapy Version)
  3. Maceo Plex – Your Style (Maya Jane Coles Remix) w/ James What – About Love
  4. Riz MC – Radar (Loco In A Box Remix)
  5. Solomun – Daddy’s Jam w/ Fur Coat – Space Ballad feat. Argenis Brito (Acapella)
  6. Russ Yallop – I Can’t Wait
  7. Russ Yallop – Crossroads (Fur Coat Remix)
  8. Art Department Feat. Soul Clap & Osunlade – We Call Love (DJ Harvey Remix)
  9. Damian Lazarus – Different Now (Art Department Remix)
  10. Jimmy Maheras – Space Jam (Matt Tolfrey Remix)
  11. Inxec v. Droog – Westbound
  12. Subb-an – Positive Expression (Dub) w/ Dan Berkson – Anything For You
  13. Deniz Kurtel feat. Mykle Anthony – Best Of (Dixon Remix)
  14. Maceo Plex – Can’t Leave You
  15. Quenum – My Baby Face w/ The Model feat. My Favorite Robot – Still In My Heart (Acapella)
  16. Martin Dawson & Glimpse – No One Belongs Here More Than You (Ewan Pearson Remix)

Born in 2008 as a prolific film series that follows some of the most charismatic and formidable characters of the underground dance music scene as their career takes them around the globe (www.rebelrave.tv), Rebel Rave has become a benchmark for a new coming of age for house and techno music. Put together by global pioneers of the industry, Crosstown Rebels, Rebel Rave is a beacon of kudos, keeping a foot firmly in the underground while carving its own path into the mainstream.

The first compilation came from Clive Henry and for the second episode we meet Droog, a unique three piece collective from Lazarus’ new home in Los Angeles. Droog are Andrei Osyka, Brett Griffin and Justin Sloe, a dynamic trio of producers, DJs and music lovers that have set about instilling their passion into their beat hungry West Coast environment. Droog are behind the infamous rooftop soirees at LA’s Standard hotel that brought the elite of house and techno to the city for the first time.

Now regularly showcasing the best talent and with Steve Bug, Magda, Dixon and Soul Clap all big fans of the series, Culprit sessions are undoubtedly the superior event in LA for cutting edge music. In 2009, Droog started their Culprit label, initiated with the debut release from Hot Natured. Since then it has supported the careers of local talent such as Kenneth James Gibson and Lee Foss (before his relocation to London) and brought early releases from Matt Tolfrey & Inxec and Ovum star M A N I K.

Damian Lazarus established Crosstown Rebels 8 years ago and has created a covert force of nature that continues to dig up new talent and future heroes. Rebel Rave is the label’s flagship calling card and an annual celebration of its achievements to date. Rebel Rave marks the close of 2011 for Crosstown Rebels, while next year promises to be an yet more prolific, with new albums from Jamie Jones, Maceo Plex, Art Department & Deniz Kurtel, as well as debut albums from Fur Coat, Amirali and many other exciting new projects.

Watch Rebel Rave TV: http://www.rebelrave.tv

Locussolus – The Album out June 13

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , on March 24, 2011 by E.N.

The Uruguay based label International Feel, prominently featured in many best of 2010 shortlists, is following the success of the Gatto Fritto album with their second, massively anticipated Long Player from the Disco Administrator himself , DJ Harvey and his Locussolus project

Harvey Bassett is one of the most enigmatic people you could ever hope to meet. His ‘anything goes, as and when he feels it’ approach to life and music has created some of the most out of sync, synergistic audio excursions of the past 20 years.

From his early Tonka recognition to Ministry of Sound residencies on both Friday and Saturday (so difficult was he to pigeon hole), onto his own no holds barred nights such as New Hard Left and Moist (guest starring Larry Levan), to the infamous Black Cock edits (oh and that Sarcastic Mix), the Disco Administrator has always stayed one step ahead by doing exactly what he wants, regardless of opinion, as an army of one…… a cult leader for a last generation of pirates

Having dipped his toe into the world of the Long Player with Thom Bullock on ‘Map of Africa’ he’s now ready to launch his Locussolus album with Uruguay’s International Feel Recordings.

Last year, Harvey toured Japan (complete with stage diving), Europe and Australia (no stage diving, but a Keith Moon esque destruction of his bespoke DJ equipment as the last record played, to ‘incite a little excitement and danger’) and still found time to fulfill a busy U.S schedule and complete three Locussolus singles. The tracks saw support from as disparate sources as James Holden, Francois K, Tim Sweeney, Trevor Jackson, Rob da Bank and Ivan Smagghe to name a few, as well as being included on many of 2010 best of lists.

The Locussolus album shows Harvey’s full vision, all together in one place, for the first time. To complete the journey, amazing remixes from Andrew Weatherall, Lindstrøm & Prins Thomas, The Emperor Machine, Time & Space Machine and own Harvey’s dubbed out reworkings (and straight from the movie John Carpenter never made)….. new track Bloodbath.

This is Harvey’s Tales from the Nocturn if you like, a journey through nighttown, or what happens in Bassett world from Dusk ‘till Dawn.

And for some very lucky souls, a hand stamped, Harvey designed White Label of the alternate vocal Weatherall Remix, ah yes, the legend of Thickums, (sounding like The Stranglers on Mescallin) and new track Bloodbath.
artist:Locussolus
title:Locussolus…The Album
label:International Feel (distributed by NEWS)
cat:IFEEL015 vinyl double pack
IFEEL015CD
release:13.June 2011
CD Track List:

1. Gunship
2. Little Boots

3. Gunship (Andrew Weatherall Remix)

4. I Want It

5. Throwdown

6. Bloodbath

7. Tan Sedan
8. Next To You
9. I Want It (Lindstrøm & Prins Thomas Remix)

10.Throwdown (Harvey’s Dub)

11. Little Boots (An Emperor Machine Special Edit Version)

Vinyl Double Pack

1. Throwdown (Harvey’s Long Dub)
2. Little Boots (An Emperor Machine Special Full Length Version)
3. I Want It (Lindstrøm & Prins Thomas Remix)
4. Gunship (Andrew Weatherall Dub)

Harvey will tour Europe this summer to coincide with his album’s release, taking in clubs and festivals such as Giles Peterson’s Worldwide, Berghain in Berlin and some exciting one off, unannounced parties in countries including Spain and the UK.

Berlin Tour date

PANORAMA BAR, Berlin, Germany – 25th/26th June

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