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‘Get Lost VII mixed by Craig Richards’ (Crosstown Rebels)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 29, 2014 by E.N.

CRMCD_027There aren’t many DJs you would choose to Get Lost with… However Craig Richards is certainly one. Following on from timeless Get Lost episodes from Acid Pauli and Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, Craig Richards is renowned for his role as resident and musical director at London’s fabric over the last 15 years. This is a rare insight into the aficionado and musical maverick’s all time favourite records from his 40 year old collection. The result is an extraordinary adventure named ‘Get Lost VII’ and a contender for mix of the year.

This is Craig’s eighth DJ Mix album, but this is his most personal to date, spanning the sonic landscape from the late 1980’s to the present day. The two discs pack as much as you would expect and more, with forward­thinking choices that are instantly gratifying but largely unrecognisable. Disc one is one for the serious music lovers and puts Mr Richard’s wealth of experience and vast influences into the spotlight, whilst disc two takes a darker ride through the late night abyss. The collection heeds hard to find rare gems such as Backroom Productions, Black Rascals, 2House and Kenny Larkin, as well as modern vinyl only treats by Mike Ozone, Ruf Dug, STL and Velvet Season & The Hearts of Gold. It also features tracks from Craig’s own ground­breaking label: The Nothing Special, with tracks from Trevino, Calibre, dBridge, Keith Tenniswood, Billy Nasty and Craig himself.

Label: Crosstown Rebels
Cat no: CRMCD027
Web: http://www.crosstownrebels.com
Distribution: !K7 / Above Board
Released: Monday September 22nd, 2014

DISC 1:
01 JTC – Through The Looking Glass
02 Black Rascals – Blaze Theme Track
03 Trans Mania Boing,Boom, Jack (Alexander Robotnick Remix)
04 Untitled – Untitled (Thorny Hill Edit)
05 Raiders Of The Lost ARP On And On (Patrice Scott Sistrum Remix)
06 Zsou Vs Velvet Season & The Hearts Of Gold – Fantasy Princess
07 Calibre – Getter Go
08 2 House Go Techno (Tony Humphries Dub Mix)
09 Trevino – Revolve
10 Steve Bug – Big Cheese From Wisconsin
11 The Model Dungeon Man
12 Lerosa – Blinkerskate (Her Mix)
13 Backroom Productions Definition Of A Track
14 dBRm – Darnley
15 Mark A Brook – Sound Barrier
16 Kenny Larkin Groove
17 Ruf Dug – 1 4 Ron
18 Michael Ozone – Perfect Systems (Steve Summers Remix)
19 This Side Up Love Starts With An L

DISC 2
01 Spesimen Calibus
02 Pametex Reflectie
03 ERP Lodestone (Ideograma Bsas Mix)
04 Klorex 55 Mystisk
05 Amfibian PaRelax (Jark & Prongo Remix)
06 Craig Richards – Sleeping Rough
07 DMX Krew – Undesirable Element
08 Neil Landstrumm – Keep Up
09 Arpanet – Wireframe Images
10 STL – Something Is Raw
11 Unknown – Untitled (Jonny Rock Edit)
12 The Parallax Corporation Anti Social Tendencies
13 Redshape – Finizh
14 Joey Anderson Musical Tentacles
15 Samuel L. Session – Givin You Part 3
16 Brooks Mosher – Encroachment
17 Radio Nasty – Radio 1
18 Bangkok Impact – Junge Dame Mit Freundliche Telefonstimme

Subb-an feat. S.Y.F. – Say No More (OFFICIAL VIDEO)

Posted in News with tags , , , , on February 14, 2014 by E.N.

subb-anSubb-an is back with one of the most hyped tracks to land on Crosstown Rebels in recent times. A collaboration with Cedric from Azari & III under new moniker S.Y.F (Starving Yet Full), ‘Say No More’ shows the wunderkind producer on a wholly satisfying song-based tip. A killer weapon for any peak-time dancefloor, it’s a bumpy infectious ride with a wonky edge – steeped in the soul of Cedric’s vocals rolling over immaculately crafted grooves.

V/A-10 Years Of Crosstown Rebels out February 24th

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 7, 2014 by E.N.

10YearsOfCrosstownRebelsArtworkCrosstown Rebels commemorate 10 years of historical releases with a three CD collection spanning over thirty of their best records from the vaults. Named label of the year 2013 in the Ibiza DJ Awards and Resident Advisor’s No 1 label in 2011, the Rebels also encompass innovative global events, a festival series and a worldwide artist network. Arguably the most established and renowned house and techno label of our time, this collection is laced with nostalgia and documents its brightest and boldest moments.

‘10 Years’ revisits some classic and early releases from the scene’s biggest stars including Maceo Plex, Seth Troxler, Jamie Jones, Tiga, Soul Clap and Art Department alongside more obscure yet still unforgettable material from Andre Kraml, Pier Bucci, Minilogue and Deniz Kurtel. These are the sounds that made Crosstown Rebels the label of the past decade and document some historical moments that have shaped the current musical landscape.

Label: Crosstown Rebels
Cat no: CRMCD035
Web: www.crosstownrebels.com
Distribution: !K7 / Above Board
Released: Monday February 24th, 2014

Tracklist

  1. Amirali – Beautiful World
  2. Fur Coat feat. Cari Golden – You And I
  3. Ali Love feat. Kali – Emperor
  4. Kiki & Silversurfer feat. Captain Comatose – Shake Off
  5. Andre Kraml feat. Schad Privat – Safari
  6. Maceo Plex – Can’t Leave You
  7. Jamie Jones feat. Ost & Kjex – Summertime
  8. Pier Bucci – Hay Consuelo (Samin Remix)
  9. Tiga – Pleasure From The Bass (Subb-an Remix)
  10. Deniz Kurtel feat. Jada – The L Word
  11. N/A Feat Rosina – Fables & Fairytales (Deniz Kurtel Remix)
  12. Art Department – Without You
  13. Seth Troxler – Love Never Sleeps
  14. Dyed Soundorom feat. Aaron Carl – Naked
  15. Guti & Dubshape – Every Cow Has A Bird
  16. Russ Yallop – Rock Me
  17. Jamie Jones – You!
  18. The Royal We – Party Guilt
  19. Art Department feat. Soul Clap & Osunlade – We Call Love
  20. Maceo Plex – Frisky
  21. Jamie Jones – Moan & Groan
  22. Deniz Kurtel featuring Guests Of Nature – Yeah
  23. Soul Clap – Break 4 Life
  24. Maceo Plex – Vibe Your Love
  25. Francesca Lombardo – Sofiel
  26. Chic Miniature – Escandalo
  27. Mathew Jonson – Dayz
  28. Sis – Faces
  29. Mlle Caro & Franck Garcia – Far Away (Jennifer Cardini & Shonky Remix)
  30. Minilogue – Hitchhikers Choice
  31. Inxec vs. Droog – Westbound
  32. Jennifer Cardini & Shonky – Tuesday Paranoia
  33. Hiem – She’s The One (Mathew Jonson Circles In Time Remix)

Ali Love ‘Another’ (official video) Out on Crosstown Rebels 14th November

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , on October 18, 2013 by E.N.

Ali Love another‘Another’ 
(Crosstown Rebels)
 
Buy it now on Vinyl here:  Juno 
Out on Beatport: 28th October 
Out on iTunes: 14th November

Ali Love’s highly anticipated single ‘Another’ now has a stunning set of visuals to match the song itself. Crosstown Rebels record label boss, Damien Lazarus, dubbed it as his most requested track of the summer and its techno soul tendencies have been matched visually by the very talented Craig Murray.

Inspired by films like Altered States, Strange Days and Enter The Void, Murray’s reincarnation explores the realms of fantasy through escapism. Avoiding the computer generated effects of 21st century film; everything in the video comes courtesy of DIY filmmaking using minimal tools. That means real explosions plus a tray of milk as the backdrop for inks and oils that were then artfully layered over the film.

The single comes with remixes from Tuff City Kids (aka Gerd Janson & Phillip Laur) and the inimitable Felix Da Housecat. Tuff City Kids channel Reese, and drive it deeper, whilst Felix Da Housecat smooths things out and turns the emotion dial to 11.

Ali is busy putting the finishing touches to next year’s album. ‘Another’ is a sign of big things to come.

For more information on Ali Love :

Quenum – ‘Face To Face’ (Serialism)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 7, 2013 by E.N.

Face-to-Face_Album-Quenum is an extraordinary individual. A professional breakdancer that was raised in Africa, he found love in London in the 80s through mastering the art of DJing to early electronic music and broke into the spotlight as Acess58 in the 90s before forming the Cadenza label with Luciano in 2003.

His debut album ‘Face To Face’ is deliriously deep and melancholic, rhythmically complex and gives a fragile new voice to techno. Across the eleven original tracks, Phillippe Quenum exudes a graceful temperance creating tracks that flutter and take flight (indulge in the soothing hi­hats of ‘Escales’ and synth voices of ‘Children Of The Sun’) as well as rattle the bass bins (sample the raw energy of ‘Basic Solution’ and delicate power of ‘Ritual’). Both sparse and insightful (‘My People’) as well as intricate and anthemic (Never Loose My Soul’) Quenum’s delivery is always quirky and slightly surprising and ‘Face To Face’ is a curious analysis into this honest musical soul.

Release Date: Wednesday November 13th, 2013

  1. 5AM
  2. Never Loose Your Soul
  3. My People
  4. Face To Face
  5. Escales
  6. Ritual
  7. Children Of The Sun
  8. Roots
  9. Basic Solution
  10. Introvert
  11. Father And Sun

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

iTunes: http://bit.ly/12QKsMG
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Vinyl Purchase: http://bit.ly/GetLostVI_Vinyl

Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs – ‘Get Lost VI’ (Crosstown Rebels)July 8th

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on May 10, 2013 by E.N.

TEED-GETLOST-Totally Enormous Extinct DinosaursCrosstown Rebels infamous Get Lost series returns with a new episode delving into the more obscure and rare choices from the award-winning 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 aka Orlando Higginbottom, including a new exclusive track made by him together with Eats Everything that will be released as a single on the label.

Crosstown Rebels’ seminal Get Lost series has previously featured quirky artists and musical hedonists Jamie Jones, Acid Pauli, Dinky and the label head Damian Lazarus. Each episode invites the artist to share new insights into their musical personality and indulge in their more distinctive and eccentric choices. Get Lost is also a renowned series of global events. “I couldn´t think of a better home for my first dj comp mix or whatever they´re called, Get Lost is a brilliant series with an intriguing past (and future). I´m very grateful to Damian and Crosstown Rebels for the opportunity, and excited for people to hear it,” comments TEED.

The eclectic first disc showcases the likes of Gold Panda, LFO and rare solo work from Art Department’s Kenny Glasgow as well as subtle additions such as a fascinating monologue from the notorious psychedelic scholarTerence McKenna. Whilst disc two returns to the dancefloor driven that TEED has become infamous for including a huge Breach remix of Jamie JonesAme rework of Tiga and heavyweight meeting of Subb-an & Tom Trago featuring Seth Troxler. The culmination of both hours makes for a timeless asset of electronic mastery available on CD, on vinyl and digitally.crosstown

“The Get Lost album project is a very special one for me and demands the most forward thinking artists to take on. TEED proved with his debut album that he is an electronic visionary and now he shows us the inside of his mind as a DJ – we all need to take note at this double album of brilliance.” Damian Lazarus

Label: Crosstown Rebels
Cat no: CRMCD024
Web: www.crosstownrebels.com
Distribution: Above Board
Released: Monday July 8th, 2013

Tracklist

  1. Flako – Honey Drips
  2. Kevin Harrison – All Night Long
  3. Valentina – Wolves (Roman Flugel Remix)
  4. Alex Bowman – Kilnsman
  5. Jorge Velez – Floo
  6. Christophe – Comeback (Casino Times Remix)
  7. Matthias Zimmerman – Vicente
  8. Dave Aju – Anyway
  9. Millennium – ICU
  10. Kenny Glasgow – Dance 2 Da House
  11. Traumprinz – Eachstep
  12. Pitto – Mono Desire
  13. Gold Panda – Burnt Out Car In A Forest
  14. LFO – Track 4
  15. Albinos – Bakatribe
  16. Asa-Chang & Junray- Hana
  17. Deutsche Wertarbeit – Auf Eneglsflugein
  18. Underground Resistance – Base Camp Alpha 808
  19. Richard H. Kirk – I Want More
  20. Visnadi – Hunt’s Up
  21. Trus’me – It’s Slow
  22. Breach & Dark Sky – The Click
  23. Eats Everything & Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs – Lion, The Lion
  24. Tiga – Plush (Ame Remix)
  25. DJ Bone – Thursday Night
  26. Future Four – Into Orbit
  27. Jamie Jones – Tonight In Tokyo (Breach Remix)
  28. Subb-an & Tom Trago ft. Seth Troxler – Time
  29. Bernard Badie – Time Reveals
  30. Hayden Andre Project – Tribal Life
  31. Mathew Jonson – Automaton
  32. Separate Minds – Troubled World

NME named TEED “One of the UK’s most exciting young producers”when he delivered his debut electronic artist album, ‘Trouble’ in 2012. It was since awarded #1 Electronic Album Of The Year by iTunes and DJ Mag and met with critical acclaim in many end of year charts including #5 in the BBC Album Of The Year Poll, #38 in NME, included in Q’s end of 2012 roundup and in the Top 10 Timeout Albums Of The Year.

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