David Mendo and his debut album “Avalon” are as ready for the Balearics as a one-way ticket to the White Isle. With endurance-testing tribal house and funk-flicking clubbing making you feel comfortable, it’s as if Mendo is towelling down the throbbing perspiration he’s causing you, putting boogie in your body with sprinklings of disco glitter (“Fever”) and driving, deep and funky house deliverance that has made his sound cross-continental – and this is before you find the title on maps from Australia to Canada, France to the United States.
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Having made a triumphant return late last year with their critically acclaimed album ‘There Were Seven’, The Herbaliser are looking forward to a busy summer doing what they do best, delivering the best live funk, soul, hip-hop, breaks and beats show around.
The South American production team have delivered two very different remixes, the first of ‘Crimes & Misdemeanours’ under their Lopez tag, keeps the hip-hop tempo, adding just a touch of electro grit and bass weight to proceedings.
Then as LPZ they turn ‘The Lost Boy’ into a solid house number, showing off the skills that made their 1983 EP, DJ Mag’s ‘Disco Single of the Month’ and won them supporters from DJs around the world.
Having recently remixed LOGO (for Kitsune) and Compuphonic (for Get Physical) and dropped an acclaimed 12″ on Loungin’, LPZ return to Body Work this summer, with their new EP that is already getting played by the likes of Maya Jane Coles.
The Herbaliser – The Lost Boy (LPZ Remix)
The Herbaliser – Crimes & Misdemeanours (Lopez Remix)
Lithuanian DJ and producer Vidis has a history of strong influence on the worldwide front. Together with his friend and partner Mario they are known as Mario & Vidis. The duo con-stantly rewrite House definitions, setting standards and pushing boundaries in all directions. Vidis’ Get Physical debut is in the form of a compilation, but not like any you’ve heard before. We present: “Silence Please!”.
“This is the first ever international compilation showcasing the Vilnius House scene and its most creative and inspiring personalities and moments in form of musical tracks. The working title is ‘Silence Please!’. The goal is to catch everyone by surprise. Yes! That would be an ultimate goal and achievement – to raise a few eyebrows and to produce some chin scratch-ing. To make people realize a very young, really small, but unique House scene exists hidden somewhere far away from the big noise and hype of New York, London or Berlin.”
“The compilation consists of 100% exclusive material,” explains Vidis, “New and unreleased tracks from top Lithuanian House acts – Mario & Vidis, Mario Basanov, Downtown Party Net-work, Few Nolder and Darius Vaikas. Unreleased remixes and edits of Fink, Jazzanova, Pompeya, Richard Davis and Ernesto. I did my best to represent the finest we have talent wise, to get as much exclusive material as possible, to get the right balance of unreleased and cutting edge stuff with some already “classic” moments of ours, to combine locally pro-duced stuff with remix work and cooperations of Swedish, American, Russian, British, French and German artists, and to show this way extent, potential and appeal of our musical vision.”
“It’s not just another compilation representing some hot tracks of now or a collection of tried and tested hooks and melodies, it’s a document and a statement in some respects – the first proper representation of emerging sound and the scene from the unlikely territory. There were a few more names I wanted to represent and a few more tracks I wanted to include but they wouldn’t fit genre, mood or tempo wise. I like eclectic selections, but this time I wanted it to be a proper House mix with constant flow and integrity. Also something close to a real DJ set of mine.”
“This is the most important fulfillment in my line of musical work so far. For the first and the most I’m a big music fan, a protagonist of nightlife and dance music culture and an apt advo-cate of my own city and the scene behind it. This compilation combines all of these together. I strongly believe that community and sharing are still the most vital and pivotal elements of dance music culture. This is not only about my musical vision, taste or mixing skills here, but also about sharing musical stories of my friends and colleagues, spreading the love for our city, presenting our own version of House – this strange mixture of melancholia, naivety and pop sensibilities.”
So without further delay, we invite you to enjoy “Silence Please!”
Mario & Vidis – Warung
Title: Silence Please!
Label: Get Physical Music
Format: CD, Digital
Release Date Digi: 08.03.13
Release Date CD: 26.04.13
Style: Deep House
Track List CD:
01. Markas Palubenka – Kill Me (Few Nolder Remix)
02. Fink – Q&A (Few Nolder Edit)
03. Mario Basanov – Machinarium (Darius Vaikas Remix)
04. Darius Vaikas – White Eights
05. Downtown Party Network – Owls Don’t Cry (Vidis Edit)
06. Mario & Vidis – Warung
07. Jazzanova – I Human (Mario & Vidis Dub Redo)
08. Downtown Party Network – Crazy Cow Bell (Vidis Edit)
09. Richard Davis – Self Destruct (Mario & Vidis Redo – Vidis Extended Edit)
10. Pompeya – Power (Mario Basanov Remix – Vidis Percussive Edit)
11. Mario & Vidis ft. Barbarossa – Re: Stacks (dOP Remix)
12. Few Nolder – Private Drive (Vidis Edit)
13. Ernesto vs Mario & Vidis – Care (Darius Vaikas Dub Remix)
14. Mario & Vidis ft. Barbarossa – When Doves Cry
15. mmpsuf – The Sailors (Darius Vaikas Remix – Open Sea Edit)
Released in July, Belgian producer Compuphonic’s hazy, light dappled house track ‘Sunset’, has grown through word of mouth to become one of 2012’s biggest underground hits, watched over 2 million times on YouTube. The track, featuring the plaintive vocals of Marques Toliver (Bella Union), is now set for a full re-release in February on Get Physical, backed with remixes from some of the most exciting names in clubland today.
Fellow Belgian producer, Aeroplane, shows just why he’s one of the most in demand producers around at the moment, delivering a remix that floats from the speakers, expertly capturing the warmth inherent in the original.
Riding high on the back of acclaimed remixes for T.E.E.D. and Disclosure, London duo Waze & Odyssey inject their trademark house/garage bump n’ grind into the track, whilst up & coming UK producers Aashton & Swift provide a sophisticated remix whose subtle dynamics, synths and piano are sure to soundtrack suns both setting and rising throughout 2013.
Released on Beaport – Feb 4th
General release (iTunes etc) – March 1st
Download: Compuphonic – January 2013 Mixtape
Karmon – Take My Hand Feat. Terry Shand (Dub Mix)
Betoko – Before I Lose Control (Original Mix)
Hot Since 82 – Knee Deep in Louise
Hnqo – As I See Feat. Bip (Original Mix)
Jona – Full Pool
Digitalism – Zdarlight (Chopstick and johnjon remix)
A Blind Date – Carajillo (Matthias Vogt Remix)
Fancys – People (Alex Niggemann Stardust Remix)
Erik Christiansen – Cosmic Girl (Fabo Arp Mix)
Cari Golden & Mobius Strum – Vertigo
Kollektiv Turmstrasse – Schwindelig (Wanderlust Rhodes Remix)
Compuphonic (Facebook) – https://www.facebook.com/compuphonicmax
Get Physical – http://www.physical-music.com/index.pl
Berlin native Tom Clark and Canadian Noah Pred join forces on Get Physical for their new venture – False Image. The duo delivers the stunning, deep EP, ‘Wild Kingdom’ to shake up dancefloors everywhere.
‘Ocelot’ utilizes a nearly funky array of sounds to convey the groove, all laid out over a sexy rhythm. The bassline pushes the track up and down as a sine & LFO take their turn stealing the spotlight and adding depth. The track has a sweaty feel to it, like the damp dark club floors it calls home.
The B side, ‘Anteater’ is a bass groove with an almost jazz inspired percussion on top. The boys show their intentions with almost sporadic synthwork, creating a tense energy. The mixing is very masterfully executed, a sign that False Image are on the right track.
Melody, rhythm, groove and soul – these are the qualities to which we abide, we are the night, we are the day, we are Poesie, we are Musik. Poesie Musik is the newest addition to the Get Physical family, focusing on the melodic side of club music. For the first single release, we chose to prepare a beautiful remix package of an old favourite, Jay Haze feat. Big Bull & Sven VT – Soul In A Bottle. We laid it in the hands of some young new German talent, and the results are as elegant as they are energetic. Enjoy.
Wankelmut delivers his latest remix, also included in his very recent ‘Wankelmoods Vol. 1′ compilation. Here he creates a very strong mix, with a thick bass and heavy kicks. The composition build energy and folds it onto a late night vibe machine, proving that he’s here, and he’ll be staying a while.
Jonas Woehl gives us his interpretation, leading with a classic tech house rhythm, raising the pads and entering into a deep club mix. Jonas works the vocals in such a hypnotic fashion, together with the bassline, luring you into its arms and holding you until the sun rises.
Next up is Hufschlag & Braun with an almost 80’s inspired remix. Incorporating various percussion styles to reach a phenomenal point in the evening (day, or even morning!), this is without a doubt another very solid remix you can play with confidence.
Jay Haze opens his own remix with an ambient vocal sample ‘You can’t put soul in a bottle’ – but Jay Haze is out to prove otherwise with this track. Chords and kicks usher us into the mood, a light mix of heavy kicks and infectious percussion. A fresh new take on a classic sound.
Meet Jacob Dilßner – a 24-year-old student and Berlin resident. At some point he took up DJing, and from there he made a song, you might have heard of it - ‘One Day / Reckoning Song’. Of course we’re talking about Wankelmut; the seemingly overnight underground to overground sensation that took the scene by surprise with a single track, no label and no promotion – proof that music can, in fact, speak for itself.
Fast-forward 8 months; Wankelmut has found himself at the center of a storm; with his track catapulting to number one across nearly all charts imaginable, across 8 European countries and the #1 spot at multiple platforms – Beatport, iTunes and the official single charts, simultaneously – a fact never achieved before, representing a huge step for dance music history.
Then, the 24 year old needed to decide what his next move would be beside constantly djing all over Europe. Musically, he would need to follow his chart killer with something of an art form, an expression, and a statement. So he turned to one of the oldest forms an electronic artist uses to convey their mood: the mix compilation.
Get Physical / Poesie Musik proudly presents: Wankelmoods Vol. 1.
Opening with the relaxed hustle of Acid Pauli’s Dub Mix of ‘El Zahir’, original by Raz Ohara, Wankelmut sets the tone for the 80 minute mix; preparing our mood for the vibe of black light smoke – ‘Lovework (DJ T. Remix)’. The mix continues in this fashion, gliding from one mood to another and pulling us along for the ride. By the time we get to ‘We Don’t Give Up The Boyz’ by Hufschlag & Braun, we’re warmed up and ready for Wankelmuts brand new exclusive remix of Jay Haze feat. Big Bully & Sven VT “Soul In A Bottle”, elegantly blended into one another showcasing his talent and style as a DJ. The mix reflects also his captivating brand of blending genres from deep house to techno into one cohoerent piece of art.
1. Raz Ohara – El Zahir (Acid Pauli Acid Dub)
2. Black Light Smoke – Lovework (DJ T. Remix)
3. Marcus Sur – Unlike the sun
4. Hufschlag & Braun – We don’t give up the Boyz
5. Jay Haze feat. Big Bully & Sven VT – Soul in a Bottle (Wankelmut Remix)
6. Rodriguez Jr. – Ocean drive
7. Slackwax – Night out (Jonas Woehl Remix)
8. Findling & Pele – Soul Kitchen (Nico Stojan Remix)
9. Superflu/Andhim – Reeves
10. Andreas Henneberg & SQL – Celsius
11. Marc de Vole & Patrick Muschiol – Movement (Turm 3 Remix)
12. Information Ghetto – Forest Vision
13. Acme – Transition
14. Adam Port – Black Noise
15. Brian Sanhaji & Drumcell – Split (Dub Version)
16. Rashi Dajami – Rule The World (Ramon Tapia Remix)
17. Schleppstigg – Spiral
18. Ry & Frank Wiedemann – Howling (Ame Remix)
19. Asaf Avidan & the Mojos – One Day / Reckoning Song (Wankelmut Remix)
Wankelmut Top 10 – Oktober 2012
01. Hosh und Ost & Kiex – Woohoo (feat. Ost & Kiex) (Dub Version)
02. Nico Stojan – After The Hour
03. No Regular Play. – Owe Me (Nicolas Jaar mix)
04. Andreas Henneberg & SQL – CELCIUS
05. Brian Sanhaii – Stereotype (Thomas Krome Remix)
06. Fabio Alampi Confiara (Dapayk 12″ remix)
07. Julien Bracht – Terson
08. Catz ‘n Dogz – They Frontin’ Feat. Monty Luke
09. Acid Pauli – Eulogy to Eunice
10. Zombie Disco Squad – Be Down (Monkey Safari Remix)
Upcoming shows with Wankelmut:
01. Nov – Garage, Basel, Switzerland
02. Nov – WYSIWYG, Berlin, Germany
02. Nov – Raumklang, Berlin, Germany
03. Nov – Bermuda Festival, Berlin, Germany
03. Nov – Stilbrvch, Göttingen, Germany
08. Nov – Weekend, Berlin, Germany
09. Nov – Zwischenbau, Rostock, Germany
10. Nov – Tresor, Berlin, Germany
17. Nov – About:Blank, Berlin, Germany
23. Nov – Schwarzes Schaaf, Augsburg, Germany
24. Nov – Studio 21, Innsbruck, Austria
30. Nov – Butan, Wuppertal, Germany
01. Dec – Parkhaus , Lübeck, Germany
07. Dec – Zollamt, Stuttgart, Germany
08. Dec – Es:state, Bozen, Italy
13. Dec – Rave On Snow, Saalbach, Austria
21. Dec – Waagenbau, Hamburg, Germany
22. Dec – Tower, Bremen, Germany
28. Dec – Kn4st, Landshut, Germany
29. Dec – Batterie94, Ingolstadt, Germany
31. Dec – tba, Freiburg, Germany
31. Dec – tba, Basel, Switzerland
03. Jan – Rote Sonne, München, Germany
18. Jan – Showcase, Paris, France
26. Jan – Les Transardentes Festival, Liège, Belgium (tbc)
Jamie Jones rise to the top has been a steady climb. The young Welshman was always respected from fellow peers and artists through early releases on Freak n’Chic, Cocoon, Get Physical and a debut artist album on Crosstown Rebels, but now is deeply admired as the best in the game.
In ‘Tracks From The Crypt’ Jamie finally sets some of the best-loved dancefloor bombs of the past five years loose from the vaults of his infamous studio. Tracks such as the bouncing infectious grooves of ‘Somewhere’, ‘Paradise’ and ‘Frequencies’ are infamous from Jamie’s live recordings, and others such as the electro-clash influenced ‘City At Night’, ‘Mari 2d Underground’ a future dancefloor anthem and ‘Tonight In Tokyo’ featuring Luca C are as yet unheard and offer a glimpse of the future. Closing with the leisurely pace of ‘The Lows’, Jamie shows he can stretch the capabilities of house music and has formulated his own new breed.
Jamie explains: “This is a collection of my favourite unreleased secret weapons from the last 5 years plus some brand new tunes that I´m hammering on the dancefloor right now. Looking back in the vaults, I found some killers that people have been trying to get their hands on for ages and decided to make my second album a combination of these.”
Label: Crosstown Rebels
Cat no: CRMCD018
Distribution: Above Board Distribution
Released: Monday June 25th, 2012
- City At Night featuring Surveillance Party
- Tonight In Tokyo featuring Luca C
- Special Effect
- Mari 2D Underground
- Our Time In Liberty featuring Art Department
- Stems From Hackney
- Over Each Other featuring Livia Giammaria
- Havana Good Time
- The Lows
Mari 2d Underground [Clip]
The past few years have seen Jamie launch his own pioneering label and brand, Hot Creations and production outfit Hot Natured, forging his own path with a highly original sound as both a solo artist, and with various collaborations. His remixes of Azari III and Green Velvet were among the biggest tracks of 2011 and he has the rare ability to appeal to many diverse styles of electronic music, championed by Pete Tong, Annie Macas well as Gilles Peterson.
Named Best Deep House DJ and remix of 2011 in DJ Awards Ibiza, Best DJand remix by DJ Mag UK and Best DJ from Mixmag UK as well as Resident Advisor No 1 DJ of the year, Jamie Jones and his label Hot Creations are amongst the biggest names in dance music right now. Imitated the world over they got there by infusing a new originality into a tiring style of dance music – injecting energy through basslines and spirit through vocals and samples.
May 16 Showcase, Paris
May 18 – 24 USA
May 25 Life Festival, Detroit
May 26 – 28 Detroit
June 1 Rock In Rio, Lisbon
June 3 Love Saves The Day, Bristol
June 8 Serendipity, Foligno
June 9 Il Muretto, Jesolo
June 28-30 Hideout, Croatia
Random Factor, part of the fabric of UK underground house culture, joins forces with Bulletdodge Records boss Gareth Whitehead on a new collaboration for Lost My Dog Records. ‘The Wons Around EP’ sees the duo release three tracks and two remixes that should appeal to fans of their previous solo work for labels including 2020 Vision, Freerange, Get Physical, Music For Freaks, Safari Numerique and BCBtec. It’s an esteemed discography that Lost My Dog are delighted to be joining.
Random Factor & Gareth Whitehead ‘The Wons Around EP’
Lost My Dog – LMD049
Age Old (Jacked Out Mix)
No Matter How Far
No Matter How Far (Jacked Out Mix)
19th Sep 2011
A melting pot of underground house sounds – deep, techy, acidic, trippy and soulful elements all feature.
Carl Finlow has a 25-year career of writing and recording music. He was first involved with Warp and in 1995 he and Ralph Lawson set up 2020 Vision Records, producing deep house flavours of their own as Wolf and Flow and under his own solo guise of Random Factor. As Random Factor, Carl has recorded three albums for 2020 Vision alongside countless singles, EPs and remixes. His output under various other aliases has appeared on labels including Fuel, Playhouse, Paper, Trope, Sony, Klang, Arista, Soma, Pagan and Minifunk.
Gareth Whitehead is a vastly experienced producer, engineer, remixer, DJ and artist that has established his own signature brand of deep, dubby tech-house and minimal. As a label owner he set up techno label Edit/Select with Soma legend Anthony Scott (Percy X) and in 2007 established his own label Bulletdodge Records. Gareth has also released music on labels such as Naked Lunch Records, Parallel 125, Cubism and Safari Numerique, receiving support form the likes of Joris Voorn, Slam, Tony Rohr, Anja Schneider and Ricardo Villalobos.