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Dixon set to release "Temporary Secretary" on Innervisions + free download from Âme!

Posted in Deep House, News, Promotions on August 25, 2009 by dk


Dixon set to release Temporary Secretary:
First Mix CD Compilation by Dixon since his Body Language Vol. 4 and first installment of a new DJ Mix Series on Innervisions

Features new and unreleased versions and edits exclusively produced by Dixon for this release from Fever Ray, Âme, Jazzanova, Junior Boys, Ben Klock, Kiki, Code 718 (Danny Tenaglia) and The Machine (Radioslave’s new moniker)

DIXON
“TEMPORARY SECRETARY”

Release Date: October 26, 2009
Label: Innervisions

***FREE DOWNLOAD OF CD TRACK***
Âme – “Setsa”

Dixon – along with partner Âme – is the man behind the critically acclaimed Berlin-based label Innervisions. His last foray into the world of mix CDs came via 2007’s Body Language Vol. 4 on Get Physical. But a lot’s changed since then and the simple fact is that there has never been easier to access music than the present – especially if you are not willing to ever pay for it. Combine this with the ability to find just about every released and unreleased 12-inch, podcast and mixtape of almost any aspiring, successful or legendary DJ/Producer. On top of that, instead of slowing down, the majority of labels and producers keep on turning the wheel fast and faster. The urban myth and techno folklore of the record that is outdated after two weeks, turned into harsh reality. So why bother at all? Speaking for the other side, why spend hard-earned money on a product that is accessible free of charge on every Internet-DJ-page and just an easy mouse click away via the usual p2p sources? These thoughts and a reaction are the basis for Dixon’s brand new CD and the first in a series – Temporary Secretary.

Temporary Secretary is a conscious snapshot. Neither obliged to be a strict club set that has to work for any given dance floor or act as an addendum to Body Language Vol. 4 nor designed to follow a certain concept like Grandfather Paradox (with Henrik Schwarz and Âme) did within the annals of minimal music, Temporary Secretary is the third gender. The fact is, none of the versions offered here have been available anywhere else. Dixon slices and cuts the elements and fragments of the songs and tracks, pasting them together somewhere else and in a way that would not be possible in a club with turntables or CDJs alone and certainly not on the fly. He distils the essence of the very nature of what a DJ argues to do with music: to leave a distinct mark on it.

What has been once elevated to an art form by ancestors like Shep Pettibone or the Latin Rascals with the means of tape, razor blades and reel to reels for their New York radio shows, is brought up to the next level by Dixon. Equipped with a matrix that is usually only handed out to specific remixers, enables the chairman of the Innervisions-board to use this ad libitum. Just like a self-fulfillment tour for disillusioned disc jockeys. Dixon treats, blends, mixes and changes the tempo of the material in a way and shape that makes it even hard for the self-proclaimed connoisseur to find the start or the end point of some of his moves.

What has its spring in the calm and Balearic “Ongou” develops throughout its course with Tokyo Black Star, Âme, The Machine, Henrik Schwarz and the Junior Boys into an extraordinary hypnotic and hyper-individual maelstrom. Unsurprisingly, some of these mash-ups only have one ID-tag. Precious System melts into something new with Ben Klock, Jazzanova and Daniel Paul are fused with several unreleased Henrik Schwarz remix parts to create something entirely new. If you know the tunes, new perspectives will amaze you and if you don’t, you will have a hard time picture any other versions. This is the very mood and attitude that brings a DJ set close to perfection: the feeling that this music cannot be consumed in any other way. And this feeling has never been available on every street corner.

Temporary Secretary is release October 26 on Innervisions. Please see below for tour dates.

DIXON
TEMPORARY SECRETARY

TRACK LISTING:

Icasol – “Ongou”
Fever Ray – “If I Had A Heart”
Roland Bocquet – “Exotique” with Ame – “Tube Beat”
Jazzanova – “Let Me Show Ya (Henrik Schwarz Remix)” with Daniel Paul – “Something About You (Instrumental)”
Precious System – “The Voice From Planet Love” / Ben Klock – “In A While”
Junior Boys – “Hazel (Ewan Pearson’s House Mix)”
Butane – “Inferno Jack (Kalabrese Remix)”
Peter Kruder – “Law Of Return”
Kiki – “Good Voodoo (Visionquest Remix)”
Code 718 – “Equinox (Henrik Schwarz Mix)”
The Machine – “Fuse”
Cortney Tidwell – “Watusii (Daphni remix)”
Ame – “Setsa”
Tokyo Black Star – “Sepiaphone”

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DIXON
ON TOUR

Sep 13 – Berlin – Berghain Panorama Bar
Sep 27 – London – Secret Sundaze
Oct 2 – Miami (TBA)
Oct 3 – NYC (TBA)
Oct 4 – LA (TBA)
Oct 22 – Amsterdam Dance Event
Oct 31 – Barcelona – Nitsa
Nov 6/7 – Southport Weekender
Nov 28 – Offenbach – Robert Johnson
Dec 26 – Amsterdam – Trouw

www.myspace.com/justdixon
www.innercityvisions.com
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Geiom/ Spamchop – Cave Rave / Sirius Star

Posted in Dub Step, Electronic, Grime, Reviews on August 25, 2009 by dk


Geiom’s productions fuse an organic ethnic vibe with synthesized electronic manipulations built upon a dubstep-inspired blueprint. The latest 12-inch on his Berkane Sol imprint features two upbeat numbers that elegantly weave together bass, beats and melody. Geiom’s long engagement with electronica is apparent in the subtle electronic tinkering that detail the songs, hiccupping and stuttering beats, twittering tics and swirling synths among them.

The amusingly titled “Cave Rave” is set off by skippy but rolling staccato synth stabs that are soon replaced with a growling but restrained bassline and a light but solid backbeat. This rhythm and bass combo underpins echoing synth sweeps and reverberating rhythms that airily and effortlessly blend together. “Sirius Star” is in similar territory: The beat is a garage meets techno stomper, limber but strong, driving and soothing at the same time with piano licks dancing melodically around synth bleeps and squeaks.

The beauty here is in the arrangement: Each twist and turn of the tunes offers new combinations and versions of their respective building blocks, making the progression fresh but familiar. Paradoxically though, these switch-ups, while keeping things fresh, also deprive the tunes of the grabbing memorability that would have made this good release great. (RA)

Artist: GEIOM/SPAMCHOP
Title: Cave Rave
Label: Berkane Sol
Cat: BRK 012
Format: 12″
Released: 10 August, 2009
Genre: Dubstep/Grime

Tracklist: Geiom + Spamchop – Cave Rave / Sirius Star

A Geiom + Spamchop – Cave Rave
B Geiom – Sirius Star

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Shir Khan presents EXPLOITED

Posted in News, Promotions on August 25, 2009 by dk


Shir Khan presents…
his labels second compilation:
EXPLOITED
+ Bonus DJ Mix
Out 14th September 2009

Comp of the month in DJ-Mag, Mixmag, Clashmagazine

Shir Khan presents his labels second compilation ‘Exploited’ (following the critically acclaimed ‘Maximize!‘) which showcases the labels finest moments as well as previously unreleased exclusive cuts. This double CD includes features and remixes by Bonde do Role, Siriusmo, Milanese, SIS, Riva Starr, Modeselektor, Oliver$, Soho, Analogik, Adam Sky, New Kidz (South Rakkas Crew), Jan Driver, Mowgli aka Minimow, Malente&Dex, Tomboy&Fredski, Crookers, Ku Bo as well as guest appearances from labels like Made to Play, Man Recordings, Tartelet, Deadfish, Wagon Repair, and Perlon who represent Zombie Disco Squad, Solo, Cobblestone Jazz, Matt John, The Glimmers, Le Le and Zomby.

The cream of the Exploited’s back catalogue has been put together on a double CD. The compilation includes a CD of unmixed Exploited tracks (featuring 50% new and exclusive stuff) and a mixed CD by Shir Khan, which includes exclusive Exploited material but also features a few tracks from other labels that has had an influence on the sound of Exploited in general – and Shir Khan in particular.

In the current scene of electro-house, it takes a lot to stand out from the crowd. Shir Khan is absolutely savage, slick, eclectic, multi genred, music savy and connected. Shir Khan’s first compilation ‘Maximize!’ was a destructive mix of blazing modern anthems and fresh innovative talent, featuring big names alongside rising stars. With his own radioshow on Fritz, record label, remixes, Berlin Battery club night, and fantastic media coverage thus far, from the likes of Mixmag, I-DJ, Groove and XLR8R; Shir Khan’s new ‘Exploited’ CD promises to strip the wallpaper from the walls of your homestereo.

Shir Khan made his name by putting out regular mixtapes, which where heard and downloaded around the world via the internet (100,000 downloads for some of his mixes). Shir Khan was jetting around the globe as a DJ even before his first release. To date he has played at Fabric, Social in Paris, Nitsa in Barcelona, SXSW in Austin and many more… If you need a DJ that turns your dancefloor on fire, Shir Khan is the guy you turn to…

Remix duties include work for Bonde do Role, Mexican Institute of Sound, Princess Superstar, The Young Punx, Evil Nine, Ben Mono and classical composer Haydn, amongst others…

Exploited has received loyal support from the off (with spins by A-Trak, 2 Many DJs, Diplo, Jesse Rose, Switch, Erol Alkan, Boys Noize, Freeform Five, Peaches, Aeroplane, Munk, Radioclit, Tiefschwarz, DJ T and DJ Hell to name a few…). The artist roster boasts Siriusmo, Adam Sky, Mowgli aka Minimow, Malente&Dex and Lorenz Rhode.

TRACKLISTING:
1) Shir Khan Vs John Oswald – The Case of Death*
2) Milanese feat. RQM – Sandman *
3) siriusmo – Wow (Modeselektor Edit)
4) Lorenz Rhode – A Little Something
5) Lorenz Rhode – Kinky and the Grain
6) siriusmo – Testliebe *
7) Shir Khan – Boing Bum Shorty *
8) Jan Driver – The Meat for Speed **
9) Adam Sky Vs Soho 2008 – Hippychick 08 *
10) Lorenz Rhode – Like a Player *
11) Le Le – Breakfast (Mercury Rmx) *
12) Adam Sky & Danny Williams – The Imperious Urge (Tomski*Fredboy Rmx)
13) Shir Khan – Out of Control Rechunk *
14) Malente & Dex – Hyperactive (Nhan & Taan Rmx) *
15) Adam Sky Vs Mark Stewart – We Are All Prostitutes (Crookers Rmx) Vs siriusmo – Allthegirls (Yuksek Rmx) Vs RQM – Miss Pacman (Oliver $ Rmx/Shir Khan’s Juke Version) *
16) RQM – Miss Pacman (Oliver $ Rmx)
17) Solo – Afreaka
18) Zombie Disco Squad – Vie!
19) Wudwerd – Bocas Del Toros (René Van Munster Rmx)
20) Moss Eisley Cantina – (Fredski & Tomas Barfod Rework) *
21) Minimow – Bollyhouse (SIS Rmx)
22) Minimow – Keep Groovin’
23) Malente & Dex – Hyperactive (Riva Starr Rmx)
24) Malente & Dex feat. Bonde do Role – Bangkok
25) Minimow – Bollyhouse
26) Dj Chernobyl & Praga – Balança *
27) Adam Sky & Shafiq Ettienne – Larynx (Glimmer’s Without A Pause Mix) Vs New Kidz – Lions (Acapella) *
28) Matt John – Unknown Princess (Shir Khan Edit)
29) Cobblestone Jazz – Dump Truck
30) Ku Bo – Tsubo *
31) Zomby – Strange Fruit
32) siriusmo feat. RQM – Atomic Fusion *

* Exclusive Tracks

Check out the sneak preview of Shir Khan’s Exploited minimix featured in Vice Germany

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myspace.com/djshirkhan

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