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Scuba ‘Adrenalin'(preview)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 8, 2011 by dk

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Scuba -Adrenalin

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 21, 2011 by dk

Hotflush Recordings presents the first new Scuba single since 2010’s landmark album, Triangulation. Since that release Scuba has concentrated more squarely on deep, epic house and techno via the SCB project, most notably with Loss released earlier this year on Aus Music. That focus extends itself to the lead track of this release, Adrenalin, which must be the most unashamedly dancefloor Scuba track to date, while b-sides Never and Everywhere take the well-documented fascination with melody that pervaded previous Scuba material to a new level.

Artist: Scuba
Title: Adrenalin
Format: 12” Vinyl, Digital
Label: Hotflush Recordings
Release: 26 September 2011

Tracklisting
A1. Adrenalin
B1. Never
B2. Everywhere

Scuba – Scuba Remixes pt 3(Deadboy/Joe)– 12″ Vinyl

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on November 19, 2010 by dk

TRI005 – Scuba – Scuba Remixes pt 3 – 12″ Vinyl
Part 3 of a limited series of 12” Vinyl taken from ‘Triangulation (Interpretations) album. the Joe made an immediate impact on the scene with his 12”s on Hessle Audio and Applepips over the past year, his rework of So You Think You’re Special has a slowly blossoming groove underpinning stuttering percussion, jangling keys and an expertly playful melody that opens out across the sparse background. Finally, South London’s Deadboy offers an understated modern jungle remix of Before with skittering hats and heavy bass that can’t fail to light up floors and faces.

Listen to sample of Scuba Remixes pt 3

a Scuba – Before (Deadboy Remix)
aa Scuba – So You Think You’re Special (Joe Remix)

Scuba – Scuba Remixes pt 2 12″ Vinyl (TRI004) (preview)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on November 12, 2010 by dk

Part 2 of a series of limited 12” remixes taken from Scuba’s “Triangulation (Interpretations) Album. On this 12” Scuba’s back with the old skool vibes on You Got Me (I Got You) but confidently skips the line by keeping it firmly in this moment. The listless beauty of Before is embued with a spine tingling warmth on Scuba’s luscious opening re-edit, Before (After).

a Scuba – You Got Me (I Got You)
aa Scuba – Before (After)

Listen to sample of Scuba Remixes pt 2

Scuba – Triangulation (Interpretations) (Preview)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , on October 30, 2010 by dk

Scuba, aka Paul Rose, has been at the forefront of the dubstep scene since its birth. Having founded the innovative and influential Hotflush Recordings label in 2003, he has continually brought colour and depth to an advancing genre, expanding its sonic structure and increasing its influence on the wider electronic scene.

Through Scuba and seminal work by central figures including Distance, Vex’d and more recently Mount Kimbie and Joy Orbison, Hotflush remains crucial to the immediate moment and the developing future of the most exciting aspects of electronic music. In addition to label and production duties, he also runs the massively successful SUB:STANCE night at Berlin’s techno Mecca, Berghain, the sound of which he committed to plastic in a DJ mix released on Ostgut Ton in January 2010.

Following the first Scuba LP, A Mutual Antipathy (2008) which was remixed by Marcel Dettman, Martyn and Surgeon, Triangulation (2010) took the Scuba sound to a new level. The collision of dubstep and techno has produced startling music from a wide range of producers in the last few years, none more than Scuba, and that has been well documented. But Triangulation moves past the dubstep/techno axis and into new territory. Working at multiple tempos, the album covers an area ranging from house to experimental drum n bass while retaining the Scuba sound that has become so distinctive.

For Triangulation (Interpretations) new allure is breathed into Scuba’s originals.  The listless beauty of Before is embued with a spine tingling warmth on Scuba’s luscious opening re-edit, Before (After). A remix of Latch by Will Saul & Mike Monday of Simple Records, Aus Music and Buzzin’ Fly, infuses the dubbed out original with a dose of bumping house flavor.  America’s totem of bass Faulty DL takes leave from the original On Deck with a low burring bassline and elegantly woven melodies drawn warmly across the whole. Scuba’s back with the old skool vibes on You Got Me (I Got You) but confidently skips the line by keeping it firmly in this moment. Canadian Deadbeat has showcased his own brand of dub laden electronics for the likes of Wagon Repair,  Scape, Spectral , Musique Risque and Cynosure over the past decade, his remix of Tracers sees him in classic form delivering a deep 7am techno heavy hitter. Joe made an immediate impact on the scene with his 12”s on Hessle Audio and Applepips over the past year, his rework of So You Think You’re Special has a slowly blossoming groove underpinning stuttering percussion, jangling keys and an expertly playful melody that opens out across the sparse background. Finally, South London’s Deadboy offers an understated modern jungle remix of Before with skittering hats and heavy bass that can’t fail to light up floors and faces.

artist: Scuba
title: Triangulation (Interpretations)
label: Hot Flush Recordings, UK.
date: 15.11.10
cat: HFCD003i
format: CDX2

 TRACKLIST 

CD 1
01. Descent
02. Latch
03. Three Sided Shape
04. Minerals
05. On Deck
06. Before
07. Tracers
08. You Got Me
09. So You Think You’re Special
10. Heavy Machinery
11. Glance
12. Lights Out

CD2
01. Before (After)
02. Latch (Will Saul & Mike Monday Remix)
03. On Deck (FaltyDL Remix)
04. You Got Me (I Got You)
05. Tracers (Deadbeat Remix)
06. So You Think You’re Special (Joe Remix)
07. Before (Deadboy Remix)

Scuba – Triangulation (Interpretations) by Hotflush
LOVE FOR TRIANGULATION

Expertly juxtaposing the dark with the romantic, the hectic with the serene” – Pitchfork
An album that reflects both Scuba’s love for electronic music and his versatility as a producer” – FACT
Triangulation excites throughout” – UNCUT
Scuba’s magic is in turning established musical styles into something organic and fresh” – XLR8R
Strange and beautiful music” – The Arts Desk
mature and well-roundedResident Advisor
Subtly beautiful dance music.” – Drowned in Sound
One can’t help but listen to this record and smile” – Little White Earbuds
The whole album is there to be savoured in one perfect hit of modern mongrel dance music” – IDJ
Rose demonstrates immense skill and craft, not to mention taste, in this exceptional recording” – Textura
Between sonar synths and waves of white noise, he’s an artist at the top of his game making music that suits his name to the letter.” –Dusted
Triangulation, in its divergent paths, is another monster of a step forward” – Pop Matters
Breathtakingly confident and uncompromising” – One Thirty BPM
Magnificent and poignant at the same time” – FWD
album of the weekBeatportal
Nothing but extreme praise” – Any Decent Music 8.4 (critics album of the month)

http://www.hotflushrecordings.com/

Scuba-Three Sided Shape/Latch (Will Saul & Mike Monday Remix)TRI002 out 27 Sept 2010

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 25, 2010 by dk

TRI002 – Scuba
Release date: 27 Sept 2010
Format: 12” Vinyl, Digital

TRI002 – Scuba (12”)
A. Three Sided Shape
AA. Latch (Will Saul & Mike Monday Remix)

Hotflush presents the second promo 12” from the acclaimed Triangulation album by label boss Scuba, featuring its third single – “Three Sided Shape”, accompanied by a brand new remix of “Latch” by Will Saul & Mike Monday of the Simple Records and Aus Music imprints, infusing the dubbed out original with a
dose of bumping house flavor.

Links:
http://www.myspace.com/paulhotflush
http://www.myspace.com/willsaul
http://www.myspace.com/magicmikemonday

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