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Pole Folder & Simon Latham announce “Human EP” with GusGus Remix(Preview)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on May 20, 2014 by dk

Pole Folder & Simon Latham announce Human EP with GusGus RemixNext up on the Electronical Reeds, recently elected 3rd best label in Belgium at Redbull Awards 2013, is Pole Folder, one of the foremost artists in his native Belgium, in association with Simon Latham. They serve up two fantastic tracks that come backed with four equally excellent remixes!

Pole Folder – a tremendous DJ and live performer – runs his own Reworck label, has also released on Global Underground and Bedrock and regularly gets support from the likes of Hernan Cattaneo, Sasha, Laurent Garnier and Daniel Bortz for his great releases. Simon Latham meanwhile, is a Iceland-based dance veteran whose tracks have been used on tons of compilations on Renaissance, and who has released on labels like Silent Shore Records, Armada, Proton, Olaris, Stress and others.

The first original called The Bitter Memory, is an enigmatic track with a really heart tugging male vocal floating in wide-open spaces. Rubbery drums play and drive the thing along and main room, sweeping melodies come in to sweep you off your feet. The second track, U.S.E. was previously released last autumn on the Y3ARS album. It is a spine tingling bit of magical house with great melodies and tons of atmosphere, as well as a super evocative and neo soul male vocal line that really takes flight. U.S.E. gets plenty of remix treatment.

First to appear is Kompakt’s Icelandic Superstar GusGus alongside T-World for a squelchy tech house reinterpretation that is elegant and uplifting. Next up is Brussels man and label artist, Lex Newton that gets all slick and lively on his classy house re-rub. Another Electronical Reeds artist, Superdrums, comes with his vision of U.S.E. and makes it into a cosmic bit of house funk. Finally, Simon Latham also turns in a solo remix that is even more moody and melodic.

Dancefloor driven cuts and melodic grooves is clearly the right definition for Electronical Reeds’ style and the present release backs it up. A solid package clearly stating a defined but open-minded artistic direction that appeals to a larger audience than most releases one gets to hear these days.
Release date:
6 June 2014


Audioglider – “Accidental Beauty” – Release April 21st 2014+Mixtape Download

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on February 20, 2014 by dk

Audioglider - Accidental BeautySection Records reboots and opens 2014 with the release of Audioglider’s long-awaited debut long-player “Accidental Beauty”.

Audioglider a.k.a. Roberto Sodano has developed a strong reputation among the downtempo cognoscenti over the past 5 years, with releases on labels as respected and varied as Global Underground, Morrison Recordings, Renaissance, Exceptional Records and the German netlabel group FOEM before finding a permanent home at Section Records, who released the beautiful “Summer Rainstorm EP” in May 2013. He has garnered support from all quarters of the downtempo community in that time, notably The Big Chill, Ben Mynott of Fluidnation Radio and influential tastemaker blog and label, astrangelyisolatedplace, and the broad appeal of his musical style has attracted regular attention of such legends of the house scene as Nick Warren, Hernan Cattaneo and Glenn Morrison.

Developed with thought and care over a number of years, “Accidental Beauty” is a masterpiece of cross-genre downtempo that touches on many styles, each track evoking an individual response yet woven together into a lush journey that sounds balanced and cohesive as a whole. Drawing influences from the gamut of downtempo styles going right back to the 1980s, here you’ll find echoes of Cocteau Twins, 4AD, Boards of Canada, Nightmares On Wax and Ulrich Schnauss but bestowed with an intelligent contemporary edge through Roberto’s refined production techniques. From the cinematic opening with the ironically-named “End Titles”, through the subtle and intricate 21st century funk of Fluid Motion (with Florida based artist, D-Step) and My Tru Blood, via heavenly interludes like Dynamic Uno and Just Sound, before ending up in pure euphoric territory with Disappear, Polydirective (with Chicago’s Mucci) and the final track Cortexaphan, the listener is carried on a magic carpet ride through an ever-changing but always beautiful musical landscape.

Roberto’s musicianship and exquisite musical taste is evident throughout, blending guitars and electric bass with ethereal synths and high-definition beats with consummate skill that sounds effortless, never forced. The first essential album of 2013 and destined to join the ranks of the classics, you need “Accidental Beauty” in your collection.


enh – Private Ocean
AUDIOGLIDER – The Keymaster (XSPANCE remix)
Bowery Electric – Fear of Flying
David Douglas – Higher (Weval Remix)
Borealis – Love
Christ, – Ehaye (Live)
Data Rebel – Serenity
Bon Iver – Calgary (VMM remix)
Preghost – Seeker
Kevin ‘Bezel’ Dunn – Broken Sunrise
Lights Dim – Bats (A Song for Ukraine)

Chris Gavin -Nice View EP(incl.Omid 16B,Martin Roth remixes)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on May 21, 2013 by dk

Chris-Gavin---Nice-ViewL-System is proud to announce it’s third release Nice View by DJ, producer and all around ladies man, Chris Gavin! Chris hails from Marseille, France and is often supported by DJs such as Laurent Garnier, Nick Warren, Hernan Cattaneo and more. This release kicks off with Nice View; a cross genre hard to pin gem that you can drop peak time or early night with killer results. Chris follows up with a B-Side track called The Present M. We fell in love with this deep quirky house track at first listen. A truly unique journey that takes you far away while still being dance floor ready.

We’re extremely excited to have to two accomplished and amazing producers on remix duties.

To start things off we have Omid 16b who has reworked Nice View into two absolute masterpieces. Over at L-System we’re a huge fan of Omid 16b’s sound and sought him out for the unique sound he’s famous for world over. Omid’s first mix is filled with upbeat melodic synths mixed in with driving classic drum machine sounds that mix with any house genre. His remix reprise is the ultimate set starter that takes a turn to the dark side halfway through.

Next we have Martin Roth remixing Nice View into a deep house track that strongly carries his signature sound. Slow driving synths and pads drive this unique dance track that keeps the vibe up while still delivering the underground smoothness that Martin knows best.

Chris Gavin – Omid 16B – Martin Roth
Nice View EP
Genre: Techno,Minimal,Tech-House,
Release Date: May 28 2013
Label: L-System


1 Chris Gavin – Nice View
2 Chris Gavin – The Present M
3 Chris Gavin – Nice View (Martin Roth Rmx)
4 Chris Gavin – Nice View (Omd 16B Rmx)
5 Chris Gavin – Nice View (Omid 16B Rmx Reprise)
An amazing package from beginning to end and just the start for this brand new house music label, L-System.

Electric Rescue – Lili EP (Bedrock)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 28, 2012 by dk

Few French electronic music artists combine experience, avant-gardism and guaranteed success on dance floors as Electric Rescue (aka Antoine Husson) does. Having previously released tracks on Sven Vath’s Cocoon Recordings, Boys Noize Records, Sci + Tech, AFU limited, Communiqué, Subject and Sign Industry, he first unleashed his distinctive brand of ultra dynamic techno and sensuality on John Digweed’s Bedrock label at the tail end of 2011.
“Dope” (BEDDIGI13) was a huge tune for Laurent Garnier, Sasha, Secret Cinema, Guy J, Hernan Cattaneo, Nick Warren and Dave Seaman, amongst a plethora of diverse DJs worldwide. Now Electric Rescue returns to Bedrock with the super-strong “Lili EP”, featuring three killer tunes.
“Lili” has all the ingredients to be a massive tune all summer long. Combining melodic techno attitude with a big room mentality, it has all the right ingredients. Already a huge tune in John Digweed’s sets, this is going to explode to anthem status worldwide over the coming months. With the equally exciting “Opened Hands” and “Science” revealing an experimental and diverse side to the Electric Rescue musical palette, this is a very exciting EP package indeed.
Electric Rescue’s reputation is already flying high in France through his residency at the Rex Club (Skryptöm parties) and organising the “Play” rave parties in Paris, Antoine Husson is most definitely a man to watch in 2012.
Electric Rescue
Lili EP
1. Lili
2 Opened Hands
3. Science
Bedrock Digital (BEDDIGI19)
Release: 02/04/12

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Bedrock – Underground Sound Of Miami

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on February 23, 2012 by dk

BEDROCK_UNDERGROUND SOUND OF MIAMI features 10 exclusive tracks from some of Bedrock’s favourite artists and some exciting new names to the Bedrock roster, in a DJ-friendly unmixed format.
We’ve been wanting to do a Miami sampler for the last few years now, showcasing some of the great artists we work with on the label, but other projects and releases got in the way of letting us do this. However, this year we have been very fortunate to be in a position where we not only had some amazing music but also some time to get this organised, so we could do it properly. I’ve also been able to road-test all the tracks at gigs since the start of January and the reactions to the music has been amazing, so it seemed perfectly apt to put a release together that we can focus on around Miami and the Bedrock showcase parties there.” – John Digweed

Release: 19.03.12
CD & Digital

01.Sirenize – Everybody
02.Stelios Vassiloudis – West
03.Robert Babicz – Echo From The Past
04.Sasse & Stelios Vassiloudis – Benedict
05.Guy J – Nightstalker
06.Maher Daniel & Casa (aka Mike Casa) – Music, Machines & Life
07.Wehbba – Motone
08.Pig&Dan, Mark Reeve and Dean Demanuele – Machines
09.Electric Rescue & Timid Boy – All Access
10.Dosem – How Do You Do It

Miami here we come!
Bedrock Showcase at Cameo
Thursday 22nd March
Featuring: John Digweed, Hernan Cattaneo, Guy J, Marco Bailey, Omid 16B, Henry Saiz, Denis A and Stelios Vassiloudis.
11th Annual Sunset Cruise – invite only event
Friday 23rd March
Featuring: John Digweed.
Bedrock and Creations Party at The Vagabond
Saturday 24th
Featuring: John Digweed extended set.
Ultra Music Festival
Sunday 25th
Featuring: John Digweed headlining the Space Ibiza Arena.

Richie G – Eterna/But Her Fly (Bedrock)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , on January 17, 2012 by dk

Richie G is a prodigiously talented seventeen-year-old electronic music producer and DJ from Montreal, Canada, who you should already have on your music radar having released his debut, self-produced, “Baum” EP on Haçienda Records in September and his previous remixes for Traum and, not forgetting, Luis Junior’s “BG” (Bed91) when he was only fifteen!
He has received great support from within the Montreal scene and from this springboard has also pricked up the ears of major names such as John Digweed, Sasha, James Zabiela and Hernan Cattaneo (who also remixed “Vorbendach” from the “Baum” EP). Richie G IMAGE 2
“Eterna” and “But Her Fly” display all the hallmarks of the supremely sumptuous techno-edged electronic music that Richie G produces. Euphoric, beautiful, highly individual and inventive in equal measures, his depth of musical knowledge and finely honed production skills belie his young age. Bedrock brings you two superb tracks from one of the hottest talents around in 2012.
Richie G
1. Eterna 06:50
2. But Her Fly 05:24
(Bedrock Digital) Beddigi16
Release 23.01.12

Further info:!/BedrockRecords

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]

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