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Nachklangmusik – Cern Technology Remixed

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 22, 2011 by dk

Right now as a type Laurent Garnier, Dave Clarke, Anton Banks, Jamie Anderson, Sam Birrell (Elektrosoul) Anderson Noise, Nitzan (Fine Art), DJ Mourad, Jamie Behan, Phillipe Caminade, Anthony ‘Shake’ Shakir, Trevor Rockcliffe, Mr Spring, Jeff Jonas, The Hacker and Orde Meikle (Slam) are just a few names of DJs/Producers supporting Nachklangmusik‘s original Cern technology EP and his other releases.

Tim Treubrodt aka Nachklangmusik has progressed a lot in the few years he has been producing and remixing with Nice & Nasty and its off shoot Dublin Xpress.

To count Garnier, Clarke and Shakir among his many growing fan base is quite the achievement; however, the interest in collaboration and remix duty for Tim’s work is intense and here Tim and Nice & Nasty have collected a superb array of remix talent to further showcase the beauty of Cern Technology.

Nasty Bobby and Tomas Jirku are part of the Nice & Nasty family and have been recently blowing up the clubs and charts with their So Long Lost and I am A Wild Party releases, respectively; Carlos Nilmmns aka Ross MacMillan (Solab) and Erell Ranson are practically second cousins to Nice & Nasty and need very little introduction; however, F.L.O is a new voice to the choir and a fellow German.

There is a preview of each mix so I wont bore you with my hyperbole and biased account of how each mix sounds. Listen to it as the music speaks for itself. Each mix is labelled techno but there is Detroit techno, Deep House, Classic Detroit, Ambient and tech house all on show.

What I will say is that there is a bonus mix on this release ‘Carlos Nilmmns rework’ that will not be released officially nor to be available beyond this promo and too good to be left in some file on a server to collect dust.

Tracklist

Nachklangmusik – Cern Technology Remixed (Nasty Bobby Speaking in Tongues Remix)
Nachklangmusik – Cern Technology Remixed (Erell Ranson 313 Old School Dub)
Nachklangmusik – Cern Technology Remixed (Carlos Nilmmns Tangent Remix)
Nachklangmusik – Cern Technology Remixed (Carlos Nilmmns Rework (Bonus Mix for Promo Only))
Nachklangmusik – Cern Technology Remixed (Thoverstam Remix)
Nachklangmusik – Cern Technology Remixed (Tomas Jirku Remix)
Nachklangmusik – Cern Technology Remixed (F.L.O Remix)

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Ian O’Donovan – Aurora Borealis (Henry Saiz & Marc Marzenit Rmxs) (preview+free downloads)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 11, 2011 by dk


Ian O’Donovan
Aurora Borealis (Henry Saiz / Marc Marzenit Rmxs)
1. Aurora Borealis – Henry Saiz 70’s Remix
2. Aurora Borealis – Marzenit & Saiz “Atitlan Remix”
(Bedrock) Bed90R
Release: 14th March 2011

John Digweed’s Bedrock label continues its inexorable rise with yet another stunning release showcasing two superb remixes of a track that caused quite a stir in clubland last summer when Ian O’Donovan (one of Ireland’s fastest rising stars) unleashed the uplifting techno of “Aurora Borealis” on Bedrock.

This set of fresh remixes from two of Spain’s finest – Henry Saiz and Marc Marzenit – are going to very big indeed. When the fizzing tic-toc intro surges into the hook-filled melodic vibes and analogue grittiness of Henry Saiz’s 70’s Remix, you know you’re onto a winner. He even introduces a stunning slowdown half-time dub extravaganza section that shows proper remix creativity at work. Teaming up with Marc Marzenit for their Atitlan Remix, Saiz and his partner create a tight, snappy tech-edged, tension-filled builder, with lashing of funk ‘n’ swing in the groove. This is one of those tracks that will take your dancefloor to the next level.

Henry Saiz was born in Madrid, and is one of his country’s fastest rising future stars through his quality productions and amazing live sets. He has created his own style, a complex and emotive form of electronic club music, which brings together melody, intensity, depth and maximum attention to detail. Here, on these two remixes, he shows exactly why he is such a highly rated producer.

Who is Ian O’Donovan? After spending much of his youth listening to various styles of music, Ian came across the world of underground electronic music. It was so refreshing and different to all the formatted songs and “cheesy” dance tracks of the time, he quickly began to immerse himself in this music and the scene itself. Influenced by artists such as Steve Rachmad, Underground Resistance, Technasia and DJs like Laurent Garnier, Jeff Mills and DJ Hell, Ian began DJing and seeking out the records that would go on to play an important part in defining his sound.

It wasn’t until he moved to Australia in 2005, that he began to create his own tracks, slowly teaching himself and developing his sound. After nearly four years living in Oz, Ian decided to return to Ireland in 2009 and focus more of his attention on making music, determined to help break the cycle of the boring, soulless “minimal” fad that had dominated house and techno in previous years.

With early support on many of his tracks from the likes of Laurent Garnier, John Digweed, Dave Clarke, Anderson Noise, Hernan Cattaneo, Psycatron and more, the future looks bright for Ian with hot releases like this on John Digweed’s Bedrock Records.

Ian O’Donovan -Aurora Borealis ( Henry Saiz 70’s Remix)

Ian O`Donovan – Aurora Borealis ( Marzenit & Saiz “Atitlan Remix)

Download: Ian O’Donovan – March 2011 Promo Mix

Recorded in one take with cds and vinyl.
Estroe – Quirky Detroit [Eevonext]
Richard Savani – Rippuku [Tulipa]
Bryan Zentz – Bushido (Onryo Remix) [Bitten]
Samuel L Session – The Organ Track [Material]
Psycatron – She Is Music (Monty Luke’s Detroit Edit)
Model 500 – OFI (Mad Mike Remix) [R&S]
Miles Sagnia – Reticuli [ART]
Ben Westbeech – Falling (Deetron Acid Dub) [Strictly Rhythm]
Darko Esser – Clean Slate [Curle]
Martyn – Left Hander [3024]
Djedjotronic – Uranus [Boyz Noize]
Julio Bashmore – Battle For Middle You [PMR]
012, Freaks – Conscious Of My Conscience (Henrik Schwartz Dub) [Rebirth]
Namito – Marathon (Petar Dundov Remix) [Kling Klong]
Marc Romboy – The Overture [Tronic]
Hidden Rivals – Early Days [BNW]
Deep Space Orchestra – Return To Dodge City [ART]
Psycatron – People In Glass Houses (Lateral Thinker Remix) [Tresor]
Ian O’Donovan – Descent To Endor [Flying Flowers]
Sydenham & Ferrer – Sandcastles [Ibadan]
Modul – Farwalker (Francois Dubois Remix) [Highway]
Lawrence – Along The Wire (Superpitcher Remix) [Ladomat 2000]
Kirk Degiorgio & Ian O’Brien – Promenade Eleven [ART]

Further info:
http://www.bedrock.org.uk
http://www.myspace.com/ianodonovanmusic
http://www.myspace.com/henrysaiz
http://www.marzenit.com/

Maetrik & Christian Smith remixes of John Digweed & Nick Muir ‘Satellite’(Bed92R)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 23, 2010 by dk

John Digweed & Nick Muir
A. Satellite (Christian Smith Remix) 10.16
AA. Satellite (Maetrik Heavy Mix) 08.32
(Bedrock) Bed92R
12” & Beatport Exclusive  – 30/08/10

Sneak previews of elements of ‘Satellite’ appeared on the new ‘Structures’ LP, where John utilized a breakdown FX version in his mix finale. The full original version was then unleashed in its own right as a single, along with counterpart ‘Meteor’, gaining big support from the like of Carl Cox, Fergie, Desyn Masiello, Hernan Cattaneo, Anderson Noise, Sasha, and many more.
 
Now, just when you thought you could sit down for a rest,  ‘Satellite’ has received some superb heavy-duty treatment in the remix department from the highly exciting Maetrik, and a top notch big room makeover from Tronic main man, Christian Smith.
 
Maetrik shows exactly why he’s such an exciting prospect with a stunning low-slung seriously heavy-duty groove that can’t fail to impress. Originally from the USA and now relocated to Valencia Spain, Maetrik (aka Eric Estornel) is making incredible leaps and bounds, creating some of the most devastating and unique music right now with his unique blend of techno, house, funk, and electro. Maybe it’s down to his Cuban roots? Maybe it’s down to his desire to crush genre boundaries? Whatever the reason, John Digweed has made a smart creative call by letting him loose on ‘Satellite’!
 
The big room vibes are most definitely flowing with Christian Smith’s remix of ‘Satellite’, as he weaves and winds together over ten minutes of epic genre blurring wonder. Mr Smith has been championing his essentially funky mix of house and techno for more than a decade now, creating a highly individual cauldron of chunky grooves with loads of energy. With his own Tronic label releasing some fine fare right now, its no wonder that he was feeling inspired to deliver this superb version of ‘Satellite’.
 
Between them, John Digweed and Nick Muir, producers of the finest electronic dance music, have been involved in many pivotal moments in the world of club music and have in many ways helped to define genres & push the boundaries further over the years. As with all their releases, ‘Satellite’ / ‘Meteor’ is a mission statement to show that they are not resting on past laurels but always developing their sound in an exciting direction. These remixes of ‘Satellite’ only add fuel to the creative fire. Check them now!
 
If you want to get the bigger picture, John Digweed’s current ‘Structures’ LP showcases the sound of the Bedrock label in 2010, featuring a plethora of exquisite forward-thinking house, tech-house and techno. Check out www.bedrock.uk.net/structures to preview the artists and sounds of now.
 
Anyone in London on 2nd October should get themselves down to Brixton Academy to join in the Bedrock 12th Birthday celebrations. It’s going to be a night to remember with John Digweed being joined on the decks by special guest Carl Cox. It doesn’t get much bigger than that!

More Info:
bedrock.org.uk
johndigweed.com
myspace.com/maetrikmusic
myspace.com/christiansmithdj
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Promotional stuff arrived via email (extramusicnew(at)gmail.com ,
send your stuffs via e mail or soundcloud, promote yourself…!!!
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Ian O’Donovan – Aurora Borealis (Bed90)+ download Mix for Transitions with John Digweed on Proton Radio 11/06/2010

Posted in News, Promotions with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 18, 2010 by dk


Ian O’Donovan
A1 – Aurora Borealis
B1 – Horizons
B2 – Indigo Eyes
(Bedrock) Bed90

John Digweed’s Bedrock label continues its inexorable rise with yet another stunning release to follow big tunes by King Unique, Cristian Varela and Quivver. This next release showcases some great uplifting techno from one of Ireland’s fastest rising stars, Ian O’Donovan.

“Aurora Borealis” is a massive track, which is already getting big plays from Laurent Garnier, but “Horizons” and “Indigo Eyes” are also very exciting productions from this very talented young man, that shouldn’t be ignored.

After spending much of his youth listening to various styles of music, Ian came across the world of underground electronic music. It was so refreshing and different to all the formatted songs and “cheesy” dance tracks of the time, he quickly began to immerse himself in this music and the scene itself. Influenced by artists such as Steve Rachmad, Underground Resistance, Technasia and DJs like Laurent Garnier, Jeff Mills and DJ Hell, Ian began DJing and seeking out the records that would go on to play an important part in defining his sound.

It wasn’t until he moved to Australia in 2005, that he began to create his own tracks, slowly teaching himself and developing his sound. After nearly four years living in Oz, Ian decided to return to Ireland in 2009 and focus more of his attention on making music, determined to help break the cycle of the boring, soulless “minimal” fad that had dominated house and techno in previous years.

With early support on many of his tracks from the likes of Laurent Garnier, John Digweed, Dave Clarke, Anderson Noise, Hernan Cattaneo, Psycatron and more, the future looks bright for Ian with hot releases on Hype Muzik as well as John Digweed’s Bedrock Records.

Download Ian O’Donovan – Mix for Transitions with John Digweed on Proton Radio 11/06/2010

Marc Romboy & Rodriguez Jr. – Lac De Nivelles [Systematic]
Deetron & Seth Troxler – Each Step (Acapella) [Circus Company]
Darko Esser – Zuurkool (Chymera Old School Mix) [Wolfskuil]
Ian O’Donovan – Horizons [Bedrock]
Vince Watson – A Very Different World (Funk D’Void Remix) [Bio]
Ian O’Donovan – Aurora Borealis [Bedrock]
Francois Dubois – Tenori (Vince Watson Remix) [Urban Torque]
Till Kruger – Wrong Shirt [200]
Carl Craig – At Les (Christian Smith’s Tronic Treatment) [Tronic]
Madben – F… Track (The Soul Of Orleans Mix) [Unsigned]
Ian O’Donovan – Solaris [Hype Muzik]
Solomun – Cloud Dancer (Manuel Tur Instrumental Mix) [Diynamic]
Martin Luther King – Mountain Top Speech (Extract)

http://www.bedrock.org.uk
www.myspace.com/ianodonovanmusic 
http://soundcloud.com/ian-odonovan

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Promotional stuff arrived via email (extramusicnew(at)gmail.com ,
send your stuffs via e mail or soundcloud, promote yourself…!!!
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