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PostSubject: Re: Tracks [RELEASES DATE]   Tue Jul 05, 2011 9:34 pm



Alexander Anufriev - Sincerity EP

Easing us into proceedings is "Sincerity" a nicely crafted if perhaps a little too functional progressive-tech effort with an anything but run-of-the-mill remix courtesy of Franzis-D, who follows his own "less is more" advice with a stripped-back approach which allows the warm bass pulses of the original a little more time to breathe. It's beautifully restrained, Dj Coslow allowing the lively key stabs to only make a momentary appearance before tightening the leash and submerging in the depths of a low-pass.

"Nibble" is plenty more engaging, thanks in no small part to the sweepingly epic bass note that wraps you in its loving embrace and hugs the shit out of you for the duration, an element that Alexander Anufriev significantly subdues things for his track, focussing instead on shuffling percussion, spacey tones and a whole lot of reverb for that more mellow vibe.

The remix of "Nibble" follows a similar cue, Franzis-D style heaving and weirdness included. It's hard to figure out what made this a secondary track, in fact, as the beat is bigger, the mix is more wild, the range of sounds covered is more vast—basically, it's more distinctive in every way. The EP show us as able handlers of a sound that won't be going away any time too soon.

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Tracklist:
01.Sincerity (Original Mix)
02.Sincerity (Franzis-D Remix)
03.Nibble (Original Mix)
04.Nibble (Franzis-D Remix)
05.Nibble (Dj Coslow Remix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR015
Release: July 20th 2011
Style: Progressive House
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AquAdro - Broken Heart EP

Airhead drags the "Broken Heart" surface-noisy overlays over a trudging beat in a night-ride-home kind of way, with occasional splashes of vocals and piano to remind us of its origins, with groove settles into something both approachable and hard-driving, as deep kick drums push hard below understated synth blips and bubbling pads.

Perhaps it's not as "tricky" to get as the introduction may have you believe: It's just that AquAdro work seems steeped in contradiction, making it difficult to understand if he's going for beauty or menace, dance floor or beanbag. Is trippy but is just club-oriented enough to potentially work while the EP's title track is a slow burning breathy mid-tempo groover.

On "The End" long strummed acoustic piano echo out while beautifully subtle clicky hi-hats pitter-patter on top, punctuated by the sort of tight clavi bassline. These elements are undone by pitch modulating oscillators that take almost into psychedelic territory. It's one of the few sounds that you'll hear throughout—whether you want to or not—and it's what strikes him out as unlike almost anyone elseout there at the moment.

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beaport

Tracklist:
01.Broken Heart (Original Mix)
02.The End (Original Mix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR016
Release: July 26th 2011
Style: Progressive House


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PostSubject: Re: Tracks [RELEASES DATE]   Wed Jul 06, 2011 8:33 am

Gesaffelstein - Conspiracy pt. 2 (Turbo Recordings)


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Tracklist
01. Viol
02. Opr
03. Conspiracy Origins

Release Date : 18th July 2011

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PostSubject: Re: Tracks [RELEASES DATE]   Tue Jul 12, 2011 2:11 pm



Paul Martinez - Ocean Roaming EP

"Ocean Roaming" comes on from the start with lots of atmosphere: warm, woolly synths, space-making clavier, diaphanous
vocals. It scans in every way as a reasonably agile take on deep house, but it's also absent a centralizing focus or force
that would make it do anything but float away, with little left to linger in the end. The singing is too sweet for its own
good, and little in the track beneath it grounds the understandably evanescent falling-in-love sentiment in terms that
translate to any other state.

The original of Paul Martinez ties gentle synth plucks, symphonic strings and feather-light pads to a soft bassline, which
stops the whole lot from floating away. Things are pleasingly unhurried, with deadened tom rolls half way imparting little
more than embellishment.

Matteo Monero ups the intensity of the bass, though just barely. Despite xylophone-like percussion in place of plucks, the
same serene, patient mood remains. Pitch-bending synths add a woozy, narcotic feel to the package. Llucas remix gives
"Ocean Roaming" some teeth and even a little snarl, with demented dub effects that play well with the rougher grain of the
rhythm. Alpino 13 remix takes the track in a "chilling state" that seethes as much as it shakes that fares less well
without the darker aspect. The remix by Mike Lowrey & Alpino 13 proves the most antic of the lot, and the most interesting
for the ways it flirts with falling apart, the outpouring of emotion may be too much for some, for DJs willing to let the
feelings flow, it's a true gem.

On the other hand, Fabio T. remix features staggered, thrashing drums and those familiar with basslines, but here they're
thrilling, indiscriminately slicing erratic paths right through the track like buzzsaws. System Zoid use of musique
concrète as a conceptual standpoint, with demolished breaks and real world sounds giving an impression of reality sans
visual, and arriving somewhere around the gritty desolation heavily distorted looped drum breaks drowning in layers of
screaming atmospherics. Mikrostar surrounding it expands and contracts. It seems more one-note at first, but that loop has
a hell of a lot of give to it, and it lends itself especially well to the pebbly-percussive breakdown that bolsters the
track's heft.

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Tracklist:
Ocean Roaming (Original Mix)
Ocean Roaming (Matteo Monero Remix)
Ocean Roaming (Llucas Remix)
Ocean Roaming (Alpino 13 Remix)
Ocean Roaming (Mike Lowrey & Alpino 13 Remix)
Ocean Roaming (Fabio T. Remix)
Ocean Roaming (System Zoid Remix)
Ocean Roaming (Mikrostar Remix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR017
Released: August 4th 2011
Style: Progressive House

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Ozerk Ozmen - Fair Enough

The original kicks off with a choppy, syncopated snare rhythm and a bassline that sounds very nice. A new piano loop, which sounds like a tension; incidental saxophone squawks nudge the track off of its harmonic axis as the hi-hat/snare pattern digs into a shuddering groove. There's an obvious '80s/'90s influence, which feels true to Ozerk Ozmen's own classicist bent, but it's been subtly turned on its ear; stock tropes slip down an atonal rabbit hole where anything might happen.

Franzis-D remix starting with a bassline gesture outwards, towards paths not taken, and he leans hard into the "Fair Enough" theme chords that go almost unnoticed in Ozerk's version, adding volume and distortion to really make them shine. Topping it off are fresh synth chords and arpeggios, bright and bristly, that throw all the elements into stark relief. With a modicum of attention to dynamics, he illuminates a whole new dimension lurking inside.

Fabio's remix preserves all the points of the original—the cratered chords, the distant vibes, the buzzing line noise—and swaps out the drums in favor of crumbling breakbeats, chopped and screwed.

Buy: beatport | juno

Tracklist:
Fair Enough (Original Mix)
Fair Enough (Franzis-D Remix)
Fair Enough (Fabio T. Remix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR018
Release: August 12th 2011
Style: Progressive House


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PostSubject: Re: Tracks [RELEASES DATE]   Fri Jul 15, 2011 3:10 pm



Mena - Katana

The release is poised and uninterested in making a big flashy show of itself, plus some gorgeously melodic synths, in "Katana" by Mena and Fabio T. remix bumps up to a sort of percolator pace, making it a useful weapon in the noble fight of nudging an otherwise flat-lined set into its next phase. The way it drapes over its sometimes sauntering, sometimes clacking beat makes the whole production sound effortless too—the kind of house track that sounds deceptively simple but sneaks up on you as its details of craft begin to reveal themselves.

It can get to be a bit too much of an effect-fest sometimes, with knob-happy tweaks appearing for the sake of general invigoration rather than serving a more direct purpose. This makes it all sometimes feel like a sound in development: experimenting, but not having learnt all the lessons yet. Nevertheless, plenty of kudos for it, and in such neat combination with beauty and playablity, it'd really be boorish to complain too much.

BUY: beatport | juno

Tracklist:
Katana (Original Mix)
Katana (Fabio T. Remix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR019
Released: August 17th 2011
Style: Techno


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John Veis - 6 AM

Alternate sections and arpeggios flow upwards into a break that capitalises on the grandiosity with huge, bashing snare rolls, before flooring you on the drop. This might all be too much for some, but it distils and fortifies all the right bits in all the right ways.

John Veis in "6 AM" shows a little puffs of smoke gently break into glowing swells and piano chords, upping the groove and the gravity just as gently later on. It's all carried along by a pattering house undercurrent; nothing major, but enough for it to go in the record bag rather than just staying at home for those late night sessions.

Fabio T. remix slows things down, with Berlin-friendly scratchy chords scuffing the surface of what is essentially the duo's own implicitly junglist take on breakneck techno. Unexpected breaks fizzle and bubble from nowhere, dolorous chords hint at dubby dread, and an analogue bassline flails and squelches.

BUY: beatport | juno

Tracklist:
6 AM (Original Mix)
6 AM (Fabio T. Remix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR020
Released: August 17th 2011
Style: Tech House, Techno

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Wez Saunders - Shuckle Nuffling

A single electric cowbell ping with plenty of reverb gives the aural illusion that it's a dub track, though there's an understated drive in the hats that keeps the momentum on the right side of dopey. The "Shuckle Nuffling" by Wez Saunders really does chart new territory and is one of those "shuffle" pieces which feel like they're in 3/4 time thanks to plenty of triplets in the percussion. The title becomes relevant when you hear the electro-theremin-sounding melody and its jingle brand of catchiness—a theme tune of sorts that steals the show with a scratch-like lead line, chords plucked from some moon safari and a bass that moves and massages in equal measure.

While Franzis-D remix is all about bouncing layers off one another, this seems a deliberate step in the opposite direction, gradually morphing what's already there to create a hypnotic, encapsulating track, there's no hint of his deep house influences. Structurally, things feel less than organic too, upon introducing new elements to the mix with similar sense of urgency, but it's less intense this time.

Oscitone's remix preserves little more than the vocals, swapping out the drums and keys for brittle machine rhythms and acid squelch, what's striking is how faithful he remains to the spirit of the original, despite the extent of the remodel with harmonies and chord changes that blow the spectrum wide open. It never goes over the top, though, imbued with a restraint that suits its middling tempo.

BUY: beatport

Tracklist:
01.Shuckle Nuffling (Original Mix)
02.Shuckle Nuffling (Franzis-D Remix)
03.Shuckle Nuffling (Oscitone Remix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR021
Released: August 20th 2011
Style: Tech House, Progressive



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PostSubject: Re: Tracks [RELEASES DATE]   Tue Jul 26, 2011 1:49 pm



Serdar Ermis - Metal String

While the presence of "Metal String" will likely pause fingers flicking through racks and scrolling through pages of new releases, the piqued interest will hopefully flow over to Serdar Ermis's stellar pair of the original mix. In comparison to his labelmate he seems more quietly knowing, and quite unafraid to slow things down to skank them up a bit.

The original provides wonkiness in increments, with teetering, spidery keys, dragged-out handclaps, and what sounds like tweeting birds all weighted down and deeply inebriated.

As the eponymous refrain is looped and messed with throughout, you realise that Cem Ermis's cunning lies not in the brash, but rather in more subtle touches: the slight filter on the hi-hats, the blink-and-you'll-miss-it rhythmic vocoder, all thepads and bleeps strewn with precision, the remix takes indead in other part then the original, are brothers but in their productions the styles is very different.

Fabio T. remix, merges bass instincts with progressive sensibilities this time and produces something that eagerly pushes a foot into both territories without properly establishing a firm hold in either, while it's certainly a solid groove.

BUY: beatport | juno

Tracklist:
01.Metal String (Original Mix)
02.Metal String (Cem Ermis Remix)
03.Metal String (Fabio T. Remix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR022
Release: August 27th 2011
Style: Progressive House

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T-Dallas - Man2Man EP

The EP sets the trend, beginning with a just-groovy-enough bassline and skittish hi-hats. It feels short on ideas, with the main hook little more than some ryhthmically chopped loops.

"Man2Man" is laid down with such swing it's amazing that it doesn't just topple over, anxious strings and dolorous chimes needlepoint snares land in quick succession. It's disorienting, because when "Man2Man" isn't swaying dangerously in one direction or the other, it's threatening to knock itself off orbit with that punchy percussion. The second track "Face2Face" does his best to find a way into the elliptical turbulence, delivering a nuanced vocal, underlining both the druggy half-awake haze and the paranoid Orientalism of its instrumentation.

A sputtering heap of mangled electronics, cackling at such obvious pleasures. It's another T-Dallas release likely to send chills down your spine, both for the quality of the music it contains and the unrelenting eeriness of its chosen mood.

BUY: beatport

Tracklist:
01.Man2Man (Original Mix)
02.Face2Face (Original Mix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR023
Release: September 4th 2011
Style: Tech House


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PostSubject: Re: Tracks [RELEASES DATE]   Sat Aug 13, 2011 8:18 am



Ruca Apple - Decided to Believe

The EP of Ruca Apple starts with the track called "Decided to Believe", a powerful techno track smashed performer in a gentle shriek that chirps semi-manically, while string-like pads soar, all carried through an end-of-the-world epic chord progression. In the darker side of future synth pop dons an iridium visor and boards a spacecraft before engaging a warp drive into tomorrow new vibes.

On Fabio T. remix we can hear the heavier the intro rattles like a beefed-up "Spastik" but this is soon drowned in a fully
charged pummel of battering white noise, growling bass and an exhaustive selection of drum samples. It loses some of the quirk that characterizes his best material, but in its place is an unrelenting assault on a magnitude that rivals the
techno sounds.

The opening bassline from "Sleep Paralysis" is caked in grit and subterranean shank, wobbling and warbling through a
hypnotic set of permutations and goes even further toward the conceptual, playing with synthesis in a way that hasn't been
heard since the first of her track released.

The remix of Fabio T. is more unique, with sharp air-intakes in place of claps. When claps do appear later on, they're less
regimented than usual, appearing in a frantic, flamenco-like pattern. Quasi-psychedelic growls are used sparingly, bridging
between verses and catching the ear. What's most important, however, is the rapidly revolving melodic sections.

BUY: here

Tracklist:
01. Decided to Believe (Original Mix)
02. Decided to Believe (Fabio T. Remix)
01. Decided to Believe (Original Mix)
02. Decided to Believe (Fabio T. Remix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR024
Release: September 12th 2011
Style: Techno


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PostSubject: Re: Tracks [RELEASES DATE]   Wed Aug 17, 2011 12:05 pm



Fabio T. - You Drive Me Angry

Deliberate scarcity is an excitant—if it's in your line of vision, it makes you crave more. Following on from the sure hand demonstrated by Fabio T.'s quality releases, Acid Love and The World of Techno—every bit as old-school indicates "You Made Me Angry" starts out with a slow-building percussion match and then, two minutes in, it breaks down to a three-note keyboard hook, later joined by bass and a friskier hi-hat rhythm, that buoys things considerably. But once that initial jolt fades, that's about it—it's a nice, old-fashioned house groove, but it's one that more or less plateaus out.

The flip, Franbeats Remix builds more gradually, it's lush in a very mid-'90s kind of way—boxy bass, sighs and exhales forming a deep backdrop, tense pads—and when the first cymbal crash brightens the sound picture about two minutes in, there's a jolt—finally, the beat will drop for real. Stockhammer Remix almost manages to escape from the dance floor, practically flails around whatever floor is brave enough to play it; the rippling drums can barely stay afloat on the turbulent layer. It's all pale tones and dead thuds until a distracting and gleefully stretched synth knocks the track off its axis.

Ruca Apple
remix has an open cavern of space in between a ub-monobass, airy pads that flow between disturbing and soothing, a punchy dubstep skank, and flittering congas. It's an individualistic lunar groove, which completes a very tasteful piece of wax indeed.

"Life After Death" by Fabio T. have more power, more vibes and goes directly in a dark side of running to straight-ahead dance is combined with much less obvious nuances, whose nature lead to an unsettling effect that's all the more deeply affecting. Dualvision remix provides a plucking quitars and chunky double bass, those two are ever-so-slightly yet significantly falling over each other, loosely flopping with a lack of spinal support. Dissonance, and the familiar rough clattering, shivers just on the edge of perception; but we're lulled into a false sense of security by the snug midrange.

Buy: here

Tracklist:
01.You Made Me Angry (Original Mix)
02.You Made Me Angry (Stockhammer Remix)
03.You Made Me Angry (Franbeats Remix)
04.You Made Me Angry (Ruca Apple Remix)
05.Life After Death (Original Mix)
06.Life After Death (Dualvision Remix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR025
Release: September 17th 2011
Style: Techno


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PostSubject: Re: Tracks [RELEASES DATE]   Tue Aug 23, 2011 9:58 am



Marcu Vershi - Resistance System

"Marcu Vershi" builds a shuffling house groove atop, the plush chords and dubbed-out voices are ripped straight from the nouveau deep house textbook, the "Resistance System" still manages to make it sound fresh. Part of it's in the details—muted modular whoops, clarinet bleats—and part is in the idiosyncratic mixdown, with percussion samples jutting out of the murk like sticks in mud. Mostly, you're impressed by Vershi's talent for weaving new sounds into the mix: the groove is as bumpy as a carriage ride on a rutted road, and the scenery never gets boring.

Stockhammer version feels a touch of techno, at least percussion-wise and take ups the dance appeal, adding swinging hi-hats, curt drum rolls and mellow synth stabs, mid-section sees a massive release, crushing the vocals down into frantic loops with a walloping kick drum.

They're a pretty familiar sound, but their golden bowing is no less moving. The two work in unison, moulding gentle peaks and troughs without going to extremes.

Buy: beatport

Tracklist:
01.Resistance System (Original Mix)
02.Resistance System (Stockhammer Remix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR026
Release: September 22th 2011
Style: Progresive House, Techno
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MICR0 - Stutter Mouth

The single "Shutter Mouth" doesn't just feature great sounds placed artfully and sparingly in a stereo image, however it also gives them four very different sorts of knots to get all tangled up in. The original benign melodies haven't been discarded altogether, with MICRO keeping a tenuous grasp and allowing them to bob up when the time is right.

Remixers by Fabio T. and Stockhammer though techno to the core, both positively slink: despite the crispness of their drums, these beats are nevertheless impervious to the sticky-tack of gorgeously weighty basslines. The latter, whose bouncy heft recalls with the relatively slow tempo especially well, filling in wide valleys in the beat with nets of organ swells.

The first remix of Fabio T. is uncharacteristically single-minded, a caustic hi-hat charges through the track, only stopping briefly at the halfway point. It's such a forceful element that everything else seems to swim listlessly below it, even the squelching, quasi-acid bassline.

The second remix comes from Stockhammer originally a drummer, the frequent producer and occasional DJ is about as
idiosyncratic as they come. Blurry chords and a rather pounding kick form the track's foundation, with a range of unusual
additions, these tricky effects are somewhat of a hallmark in his work. In this case, it's a bird-like flapping which races over the other elements at regular intervals.

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Tracklist:
Stutter Mouth (Original Mix)
Stutter Mouth (Fabio T. Remix)
Stutter Mouth (Stockhammer Remix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR027
Released: September 26th 2011
Style: Progresive House, Techno


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PostSubject: Re: Tracks [RELEASES DATE]   Wed Aug 31, 2011 8:47 am

VNNR - What!? by lektroluvrecords

VNNR is the latest addition to the Lektroluv label roster. ‘What!?’ is most probably the reaction you’ll get from clubbers and fellow DJ’s when you put this monster on the decks. Burner alert!

release date: 5th of september

TRACKLIST
1. VNNR - What!?
2. VNNR - What!? (Nickel Remix)
3. VNNR - What!? (Modek Remix)
4. VNNR - What!? (Dr. Lektroluv's Milano Edit)

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Released by: lektroluvrecords
Release/catalogue number: LL54
Release date: Sep 5, 2011
ISRC: BE-N58-11-00520

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PostSubject: Re: Tracks [RELEASES DATE]   Wed Aug 31, 2011 7:33 pm

Turbo 109 - ZZT - Vulkan Alarm!

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THE HEAT IS NOW

1,000,000 DEGREES...CELSIUS

ZZT is Zombie Nation and Tiga. They are not friends. This is no game. To date, they have claimed responsibility for "Lower States of Consciousness," "The Worm," and "ZZafrika". Their album - PARTYS OVER EARTH - is forthcoming. You have become spoiled by your Culture of Information. This is all you get.

VULKAN ALARM! will be released September 5th on Turbo Recordings, featuring remixes by PROXY, JAN DRIVER, and PERC.
Released by: Turbo Recordings
Release/catalogue number: Turbo 109
Release date: Sep 5, 2011

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PostSubject: Re: Tracks [RELEASES DATE]   Fri Sep 02, 2011 5:52 pm



Damir & Dubmin - Dreaming

Damir & Dubmin have shown us they love progressive house, it's becoming clear that they don't just love the stuff but clearly feel they have a stake in advancing it. Kicking off with "Dreaming" immediately has a stuttering, swinging kick drum and little else at the start: It's economical but efficient in marking out vast, warm analogue spaces in which vocal shadows lurk before echoing, reverbing claps and percussion add some paunch to the punch.

JoeCharlie & Sink The Pink remix slows things down for a track stuffed with the same faded neon nylon strings as excellent collaboration from both producers. The track bounds along on a simple bass/synth hook combo that is captivating in its austerity. Its velvet-clad paws are unquestionably the track's centrepiece, but they never dominate, allowing the rest of the elements-vaporous pads and lolloping keys included-ample space to breathe.

The remix of Abraham goes darker with his effort, adding a creeping sinister synth that gets ever more gravelly as the track progresses. It's sound, but the majority of the plaudits will surely remain on the mantelpiece of the original.

It's dreamy and ambitious, but with the bassline of the original left relatively unaltered, it still manages to retain an earthy groove whose excellence has become something of a given..

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Dreaming (Original Mix)
Dreaming (JoeCharlie & Sink The Pink Remix)
Dreaming (Abraham Remix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR028
Released: September 30th 2011
Style: Progresive House


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PostSubject: Re: Tracks [RELEASES DATE]   Wed Sep 07, 2011 12:24 pm



Various Artists - Autumn Nights vol.1

This is the first compilation of the series for every season released by Insomniafm Records, specializing in progressive, tech house and techno sounds. The main genre of the Autumn Nights vol.1 is progressive house and provides explicit goal to break boundaries and explore new ideas..Since day one the company has focused on looking for fresh and quality sound of today, and aims to push the up and coming talents to pave their way into the international dance music market.

With the deep space atmospherics and intricate sound assembly of the era's minimalism giving way to heartier house and big-boned warehouse techno, however, there's an obvious temptation to wonder about the future of this series. Admittedly, it appears to be an aesthetic in severe popular decline and yet for those of us who've always nourished a love for the restrained textures of the period, the word that the label would finally return with its first compilation in the Autumn Nights series. The compilation is structured in 2 CD's who deftly melds tracks from long-time associates.

Volume 1's 16 tracks, all-new material, that's astonishing about them is just how different they are from one another. The producers entrance and drums of the tracks tumbling over themselves, trying to ensure the snare drops on the four. With the progressive sounds from Mattero Monero, Wez Saunders, Oscitone, Franzis-D, Dualvison, Dockoff, Coldberg, Fabio T. emphasizes the tracks as stand-alone productions rather than segues within a greater body. The result is the CD1 disc assembling eight exclusive tracks of the label's heady percolations, and a hit-to-miss ratio in line with the label's heyday.

CD2 brings Alexander Anufriev, Rootless & Stockhammer, Adobe, Ruca Apple, T-Dallas, John Ov3rblast, Coslow and Massimo Tn and there's a whole lot of deliberate and sparse bass music to process at once. While it's always pleasant, and its quality level rarely dips below above average, it's a mammoth undertaking to get through in its entirety. On this CD we also can find techno tracks so woozy and supple with flashes of keyboard wandering around a quick kick.

The music here is loud in volume and visceral in force, the sheer size of each element large enough to make things sound cluttered. But there's also a simplicity to everything, each track relying on little more than a bassline, a drum pattern, a keyboard or horn loop, and some sound effects. It's the amplification of each element that accounts for this label's dynamic sound. And it's the breadth and impact of this compilation that makes Autumn Nights vol.1 output a prospect worth getting amped about.

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Tracklist:
CD1
01. Matteo Monero - Borderliner (Original Mix)
02. Wez Saunders - I Will (Original Mix)
03. Franzis-D - The Jewels Of Damask (Original Mix)
04. Oscitone - Helioscope (Original Mix)
05. Dualvision - Drop The Sugar (Original Mix)
06. Fabio T. - Kaptiva (Original Mix)
07. Dockoff - Cause Of You (Original Mix)
08. Coldberg - Do A Barrel Roll (Original Mix)

CD2
01. Alexander Anufriev - Step To Autumn Days (Original Mix)
02. Rootless & Stockhammer - Dark Side Of Live (Original Mix)
03. Adobe - Feel The Music (Original Mix)
04. Ruca Apple - Color Bird (Original Mix)
05. T-Dallas - Boogy (Original Mix)
06. John Ov3rblast - Reach The Sky (Original Mix)
07. Coslow - Lets Dance (Original Mix)
08. Massimo Tn - Sunrise (Original Mix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR029
Release: October 5th 2011
Style: Progresive House


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PostSubject: Brazza - Omphaloskepsis [Insomniafm Records]   Sun Sep 25, 2011 12:18 pm



Brazza - Omphaloskepsis

There are few producers who've been as prolific as Brazza. Perhaps this bottomless well of ideas could explain why every one of the Serbian's collaborations we have heard seems to show far more. The cascading, sequential chords of "Omphaloskepsis" frequently used in ascending varieties as well. Its bell-like tones remain the focus by dint of no-nonsense percussion, there's little time wasted on clever syncopation, with a muffled kick and skipping hats providing a simple rhythm.

John Ov3rblast remix is a little more complex, using a nifty glitch effect to squeeze extra interest out of the upper frequencies. At times, this results in a tortured, 303-like squeal, sans the liquid feel. This is a track that seems to perfectly capture that woozy 9 AM dance where Sunday still seems to stretch infinitely ahead.

Meanwhile, Franzis-D remix downsizes the lead in order to accomodate wavering pads. It's strangely dichotomous, the lead a searing pulse and the rest soft and cuddly. This time the hook has a circular quality, rolling endlessly along and mutating as it goes. It also shows more regard for the dance floor, using big, fuzzy synths to shift through gentle peaks and troughs.

T-Dallas remix turns in a lovingly backward looking EP for "Omphaloskepsis", which sits somewhere in between experimental tech and just plain experimental, fits lovely chords underneath its wiring, no doubt trying to lull you into thinking that everything will be OK if you simply submit to the machine.

Flush with bells, piano, synth pads and a jittery arpeggio reminiscent of the John Veis remix is a languid rhythmic purpose to keep bodies moving through a warm-up set; the sharpness of the drums strikes a balance with the smoothness of the song's harmonies, like thorns against rose petals.

Fyono remix is the mood somewhere between bittersweet and tentatively optimistic, it's emo as anything, but it never resorts to breast-beating, most driving cut, thanks to skipping hi-hats and kinetic handclap patter, although "driving" isn't really the right word for a song that settles in like an extended swoon.

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Tracklist:
Omphaloskepsis (Original Mix)
Omphaloskepsis (John Ov3rblast Remix)
Omphaloskepsis (Franzis-D Remix)
Omphaloskepsis (T-Dallas Remix)
Omphaloskepsis (John Veis Remix)
Omphaloskepsis (Fyono Remix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR030
Release: October 12th 2011
Style: Tech House


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PostSubject: Noa Romana & Deersky - Train To Nowhere EP [Insomniafm Records]   Sun Sep 25, 2011 12:35 pm



Noa Romana & Deersky - Train To Nowhere EP

The "Train To Nowhere" is what you'd expect, but worthy of mention. Its rhythmic edges and harmonic shifts suggest possibilities for being layered over other material and key-controlled. The sound is functional, rolling and completely devoid of any personality whatsoever. Noa Romana & Deersky knows the ins and outs of his equipment like few others in the underground scene and the EP are catchy enough to make everyone excited or rude enough for to stroke his beard approvingly.

It has the more modern drive that characterizes Loquai's productions, the remix is with wandering bassline that seems to come back to drive its point home helps too. Thrumming with colorful rpeggios, counterpoints that tie the heartstrings up in knots, and stately train chords with an almost perfect track.

Kay-D carefully snipped train sample once again runs the show, though the track's breakdown comes earlier and amps things up well beyond where has to dared to go. The chords, though, reveals just a pinch of his signature glumness, still, the remix pure uplift basically masks the morose.

A crunchy clap/snare sound leads the groove, it's loud but not too loud, reverb-free and somehow exceptionally present—you could almost call it cozy. Franzis-D made a lot of progress in his productions, and the remix it's actually hard to find anything upbeat about the tune, a unilateral brooder. But the skeletal drums move with a fleet step, and the swelling strings explore denser and richer harmonies as they progress.

For the remix of Paul Key favours a more driving beat, dropping the chubby string plucks. This time the snappy train sample is introduced a little later on. At first only a few syllables are heard, with more and more revealed as things stretch towards a noodly breakdown, the remix gets more space to breathe than its compatriots.

Alexander Miguel remix goes at the material like a seamstress shirring fabric; he doubles up on the space voice part, giving the chords a feathered feel that's heightened by layer upon layer of percussion, while a chest-caressing bassline lends heft to the air of heartbreak.

Every track sounds like it almost can contain its joy, "Train To Nowhere" bursts open halfway through, a triumphant synth swelling to an impossibly bright climax, great EP with great producers and definetely that release not to miss it from your collection.

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Tracklist:
Train To Nowhere (Original Mix)
Train To Nowhere (LoQuai Remix)
Train To Nowhere (Kay-D Remix)
Train To Nowhere (Franzis-D Remix)
Train To Nowhere (Paul Key Remix)
Train To Nowhere (Alexander Miguel Remix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR031
Release: October 22th 2011
Style: Progressive House


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PostSubject: Re: Tracks [RELEASES DATE]   Mon Oct 03, 2011 4:50 pm

Partys Over Los Angeles (TWR72 Remix) [Preview] by Turbo Recordings

ZZT – PARTYS OVER LOS ANGELES

After a series of cult hits with "Lower State of Consciousness", "The Worm", "ZZafrika", and "Vulkan Alarm!", ZZT continue their reign of underground club domination with their most overt anthem yet.

“Partys Over Los Angeles” is the sound of the mega-festival bomb gaining sentience and turning on its masters. It is the dancefloor herald of the End Times, brought to life by Tiga and Zombie Nation, two of the most important figures of 21st century dance music. The duo has harnessed the essence of the peak-time monster and unleashed it on the new-jack masses, demanding that they finally answer for their sins, with Tiga taking to the mic to spell out that history will not be written by the losers.

"It must end. And so we will end it," declare ZZT in troubling unison.

REMIXES

Duke Dumont is a continually evolving talent, whose select discography offers as impressive a quality ratio as you’ll find anywhere. His stellar remix skills have been coveted by everyone from Lily Allen to Bat for Lashes. Dumont’s remix of ZZT is a winding, stripped-down snakecharmer designed to wipe warehouse dancefloors clean.

Meanwhile, Jon Convex - one half of the white-hot Instra:mental - serves up a version that reflects the vanguard of new-school UK-bass influenced techno.

“Partys Over Los Angeles” will be available October 25th,
It is the lead single off ZZT’s debut album, PARTYS OVER EARTH, released November 7th on Turbo Recordings.

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PostSubject: Re: Tracks [RELEASES DATE]   Fri Oct 07, 2011 10:07 pm



White Brothers - Wrong is Right EP

White Brothers are two brothers originally from southern Italy with a passion for music, the duo is working on several productions in Sicily for several labels, and time, are adopted as two of the most 'promising italian's talents..There are plenty of remixes, and on balance they work well, taking elements of the original to places you wouldn't have expected. Adopting a more straightforward tech house stomp, the italian duo goes for bitcrushed corrosion, subtle acid and a heads-down groove of hard toms and tinkling bells. EP takes an old-school acid route, with a guttural bassline and flashing, searing cymbals and claps; the melancholic lead serves as the perfect segue to an inspired piano passage at the track's climax.

White Brothers
deliver the EP's secret weapon. It's not rocket science: the rhythm chugs like Superpitcher or Chloe, the sounds are looped just so and the details are gratifyingly dubbed. A pinwheeling synth lead is what sets it all off, and beneath furrowed brows, the eyes widen, reflecting blacklight acid fireworks.

"Wrong is Right" EP has pure cool cruise control, lifting the track's bassline section into a gliding ascent, with White Brothers's syncopated drums returning as luscious window dressing. Worth mentioning, among many, many Live Set played using software such as Ableton Live and Traktor that working simultaneously allowed the two to bring the sound always sought after by professionals.

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Tracklist:
Warm Lies (Original Mix)
Global Communication (Original Mix)
Technicolor (Dub Mix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR032
Release: November 5th 2011
Style: Tech House

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Franzis-D - I Need Love EP

"I Need Love" EP is rudimentary party music with a tech house bent. In that context, the Franzis-D does exactly what he should. Frustratingly, it's little more than that. The title track gets underway quickly, loading up with maximal percussion to establish a parched rhythm. Some vaguely Green Velvet vocals pin down the mid-section, lamenting a failed relationship with a hint of irony. From here, it's mostly a subtraction and addition game, with predictable bass drops and curt drum fills.

Boral Kibil remix is a touch heavier on the lows. Again though, it's laid out around dry percussive work, nice vibes and bass manipulation. This time the sound act more like crowd noise; a persistent murmuring which does little more than irritate with its lack of purpose. Erdi Irmak version is only a distant relation: his finger-knocking-on-a-door beats and percussion are soft-edged yet purposeful, and come coated in a thick underwater murkiness.

In Hector Sawiak remix is as much space as there is sound; space which crackles with tape hiss and static, while the warm timber framework around it marks out myriad little rhythmic nooks and crannies. It's tight and involved, all pent up as if set to explode. But it doesn't. Instead there's an eventual slow release of energy thanks to the firefly-like chords that dart about from the midpoint, adding subtle but necessary colour to what is otherwise a sepia canvas.

Ejective remix have things shuffles aplenty, forever juggling myriad grooves as some expansive synths bleed out along a wider longitudinal plane. It sounds like the EP in a hurry, and quite possibly usurps the original as this release's real gem. Stanisha remix ducks and dives just as much, but never strays too far from a bobbling bassline, replaces the late-afternoon loucheness of loops with a more streamlined and dance floor sensibility.

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Tracklist:
I Need Love (Original Mix)
I Need Love (Boral Kibil Remix)
I Need Love (Ejective Remix)
I Need Love (Erdi Irmak Remix)
I Need Love (Hector Sawiak Remix)
I Need Love (Stanisha Remix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR033
Release: November 12th 2011
Style: Tech House


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PostSubject: Adobe - Anonymous [Insomniafm Records]   Mon Oct 10, 2011 1:59 pm



Adobe - Anonymous

With no limitations and boundaries, Adobe shows by being in both the audio and video aspects of Art. Coming straight out of Houston, Texas, he shows it with his southern style productions easily noticeable with the triplet high hats, unheard melodies and heavy heavy bass
lines. Djing for more than 8 years has allowed him to travel, educate himself on the production side of audio, and with an early age of a "House" music influenced household, he is able to bring you multi genres of "Electronic" music.

"Anonymous" the title track is a pretty convincing slice of progressive house, with prim rimshots and everything else you'd expect. The initial melody is a kind of shrill bleating, which occupies most of the stage until the second half, when it's joined by the loops.

As time goes on, the two writhe against each other, sounding more and more tortured. The percussion follows this lead, building to a clattering peak which seems to be the track's raison d'être. This it does well, the sound line defeating the bleeps and squelching sedately to the end.

John Ov3rblast hesitate to use such a strong term, but the remix is nothing short of annoying, samples make up the basics, but this time the melody is a short loop. Half yelled, half not, the indistinct snippet begins with an open-mouthed syllable—perhaps just the word "I"—which
imparts a harsh, barking quality throughout most of the song. The middle offers respite, with a wobbly, coltish synth taking over. It's short-lived, however, with the vocal returning and bringing cascades of cymbals with it.

Franzis-D remix loading up his music with deep house signifiers, right down to the manipulated speech snippets, blunted chords and the laborious kick drum. It's a good look for a producer who used to sound like he was writing in time signatures that didn't even exist yet. His
bouncy, hollow drums feel uncomfortably restrained in the track's stale progression, and the bottled-up kinetic energy is never quite unleashed.

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Tracklist:
Anonymous (Original Mix)
Anonymous (John Ov3rblast Remix)
Anonymous (Franzis-D Remix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR034
Release: November 18th 2011
Style: Progressive House


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PostSubject: Re: Tracks [RELEASES DATE]   Tue Nov 29, 2011 5:38 am



Dj Duma - Lost In My Mind EP

The "Lost In My Mind" EP from Dj Duma succeeds by nailing the details, the cool mid-phrase shuffle shared by kick and clap, the lovely expressiveness of the bassline, the surprisingly economical arrangement. The original mix saunter, but it's too warm to really sass, instead, its serene tempo invites you in for a bear hug, or at least a slow dance.

John Ov3rblast and Franzis-D remixes are really in the business of blowing the floor out from under the genre, despite their productions finding their way onto bass-related underrated endeavor, the sheer quality of these productions should be enough to start turning heads.

Abraham remix opens with a low drone, a swirl of voices and a crackle suggesting boots in snow, the first kick drum drops, making it the perfect mixtape opener, it grinds ahead like some fusion, improbably, a buzzing chord progression takes you to another level. DistantVibes puffs itself out much like the title cut, though its purposeful bass bounce keeps it pinned to the earth, likely has much of his production career
in front of him, and while the EP leaves him with a pretty open road, he certainly sounds like he's got enough passion to keep his engine running.

Burak Yildirim feels rather weighted down by itself, its dub chords perfectly wispy on their own but a little oppressive as wave after wave of them fill in every conceivable open space. From here, things get markedly better. "Lost In My Mind" gives us a good deal more breathing room, letting its humbly plaintive melody sing out even when its chunky percussion is at its thickest.

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Tracklist:
01.Lost In My Mind (Original Mix)
02.Lost In My Mind (John Ov3rblast Remix)
03.Lost In My Mind (Franzis-D Remix)
04.Lost In My Mind (Abraham Remix)
05.Lost In My Mind (DistantVibes Remix)
06.Lost In My Mind (Burak Yildirim Remix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR041
Released: December 30th 2011
Style: Progressive House
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Franzis-D - Nicotine EP

Franzis-D is using a similar bass in his new EP called "Nicotine" timbre to those found in original mix it nonetheless moves forward a lot more cautiously. Taut stabs build and break the first three quarters of the song. The piece de resistance, however, is the whirling acid line which is introduced towards the finish. It's had all the usual 303 liquid wrung out of it, leaving just a damp, centrifugal motion to spin us towards home.

This basic substrate is solid, but on the whole, it doesn't really go anywhere. Instead, the rapid-jabbing synth-work marches on the spot and the layers seem to interfere with each other more than they complement. Jonatan Ramonda remix is a cracking and perhaps not quite final salute to the floor before the pair lead us into more of a sitting-down kind of appreciation, is an ample showcase of the genre's broodier side as woodblocks and bells tumult with techier stabs through an ominous dub vista.

Stefan DJordjevic remix is just a little more complex, but maintains the icy mood. Of course, it's conveyed by a gargantuan kick. On this, he lays flickering cymbals, hats and a penetrating three-note mantra. The aforementioned mood again comes from pads, but Kopp's are far more pared down. With its crumpled kick and robotic clacks, Sinior Cliff begins with a lighter feel in place of the suffocating low end, there are dissonant bell tones and nervous arpeggios reminiscent of any dance floor. But it beefs up fast, taking on a double-time breakbeat and another molten, swollen bassline, while incidental frequencies splay across the spectrum.

Pummeling and relentless, it's a headbanger's ball, right down to the stars spinning dizzily around your temples.T-Dallas provides some oomph on his remix, drums sound more roomy and alive, his crosshatching
synths involve you in their undulations even off the floor, and that's even before the satisfying build about halfway in. Yamil Farag remix is an organ chords against rollicking percussion and drum machines and lays out electric pianos over slow, the instruments suggest songcraft, but the structure is tracky to the core.

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Tracklist:
01.Nicotine (Original Mix)
02.Nicotine (Jonatan Ramonda Remix)
03.Nicotine (Stefan DJordjevic Remix)
04.Nicotine (Sinior Cliff Remix)
05.Nicotine (T-Dallas Remix)
06.Nicotine (Yamil Farag Remix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR039
Release: December 18th 2011
Style: Progressive House
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Deejay Mo & Pillsman - Croatian Army

The concept sounds like something straight out of Raster-Noton's laboratories: working alongside the nuclear physicists Deejay Mo and Pillsman, created musical algorithms "based on the scientists' models of how radiation is emitted from various isotopes.

The package is beefed up by three deconstructions of "Croatian Army" including a remarkable take from one of the Greece underground's big breakthrough artists of 2011 John Ov3rblast producer invites you into the broad, sweeping plains of his mind. Using merely a dash of the original's vocal, knocked back into the very far distance, you will hear the crackle of vinyl, cascades of reverb and sonic urban experimentalism that gets you in a headlock. Faintly disturbing in a highly enjoyable way.

Franzis-D remix considerable percussive nous, but by using a limited palette of pulsing deep house synths and a hypnagogic not to mention disquieting loop of heavy, frosted breathing, makes a more memorable impression to shift and stretch beyond the specificity of his influences. The last remix is from young and gifted DJ/Producer known by Massymo TN with a remix which plaits some seriously twisted electro brass into vats of fomenting acid, complete with a screeching breakdown that trips you up by the ankles and drags you feet first into the nearest sweatbox club.

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Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR040
Released: December 24th 2011
Style: Progressive House
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Massymo TN - Gothique EP

It's hard to say what makes Massymo TN so special, there's certainly no shortage of producers making in-between music that's pretty and ornamental, but there's substance here.

Insomniafm Records presents a new artist with a clear vision that he knows exactly how to realize, and it's more than just persuasive, it's damn near heart-tugging.

Kick off with "Gothique" a minimalist approach, stripping away from arabian sounds wiggle and replacing it with a rolling bassline, percolating percussion and a touch of playful wonk. Fussy rhythmic pattern, a chirpy two-note pizzicato synth line, a bit of minimalist organ tremolo, a few squelchy sounds there…and that's about it, really, with everything arranged in a comfortably linear fashion. It's far from world-changing, but it's charming and eager to please, and should find plenty of air time as a rock-solid warmup or late night cut.

Second track "Oley" its soothing and soaring synth pads, ebb-and-flow arrangement, inviting melody and sensuous vibe, only somewhat less ornate and with a thoroughly modern sound design (not to mention a thoroughly heavier kick and snare).

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Tracklist:
01.Gothique (Original Mix)
02.Oley (Original Mix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR035
Release: November 23th 2011
Style: Tech House

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Brazza - Less is More

The title track is wrapped in a Burial-like ambience, in which crashes of thunder boom moodily in the distance. Though devoid of footsteps per se, there's a sense of cautious movement through cavernous space.

Patches of ringing pops and gritty shuffling assist this feeling, as Brazza eases gusty synths back and forth across the spectrum. Halfway through, the already considerable sense of dread is amplified by a subtle yet convincing heartbeat. "Less Is More" its hard-shelled kicks strike at will, laying down a broken rhythm amid pressurised blasts of steam and numerous industrial echoes. That makes it sound violent, but it's actually rather restrained; more menacing than savage.

Fabio T. remix is the hookiest of the bunch, leading with a dogged blooping. It's relentless in its own way, despite the overt brightness of the whole thing. Lightweight metallic shunts and rolling hi-hats sustain this bustling structure above, shuddering restlessly but never upsetting the cart. Deejay Mo remix returns to the sleek, driving vibe of "Less Is More" Comparably, it's also brimming with swathes of gleaming synth. Most of its energy is generated by a deep, massaging bass sequence that pauses meditatively at the end of each phrase. This is paired with a quick double-hit from the kick drum, at which point a new phrase begins and the intensity seems to jump up repeatedly.

Ruca Apple remix favours an even lighter melody, a kind of choral murmuring which has been reduced almost to nothing. Into a heaving mass of gravelly shakers and dust-eaten drums, and the otherwise funky swirling watercolour punctured by an unforgiving kickdrum.

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Tracklist:
Less Is More (Original Mix)
Less Is More (Fabio T. Remix)
Less Is More (Deejay Mo Remix)
Less Is More (Ruca Apple Remix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR036
Release: November 30th 2011
Style: Techno


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Fyono - I Miss Your Love

The original mix of Fyono does this best, showing he have the confidence to let the combination positively simmer. "I Miss Your Love" whip the evening into shape at a somewhat faster clip, and while very well executed, there's honestly not much distinguishing these house tune from plenty of others. Vlada D'Shake's remix has more nuanced chords and nimbler production, takes the idea just a bit further, in thick percussive loops, simple yet supple chord progressions and the vaguely live feel of so many tracks.

Jelly For The Babies remix is far more exuberant, hung around an undulating beat and rapid-fire vocal assualt. Two-note synth stabs are also a central feature, a slow-opening filter brightening them more and more as time goes on. He offered 2 version of the track, one remix and one dub, Again the vocal notes form the guts of the track, except this time twinkly arp hits and genteel pad strokes come out to play. The percussion is mostly raspy, but for light hand drumming in the mid-section.

Awesome release with plenty of pinging cowbells, endless synth ripples and an overall tension between soft, smooth sounds and the more jarring percussive edges in-between.

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Tracklist:
I Miss Your Love (Original Mix)
I Miss Your Love (Vlada D'Shake Remix)
I Miss Your Love (Jelly For The Babies Remix)
I Miss Your Love (Jelly For The Babies Dub)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR037
Release: December 5th 2011
Style: Progressive House


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PostSubject: Re: Tracks [RELEASES DATE]   Tue Dec 13, 2011 8:08 am



Nick Wurzer & Kai Randy Michel - Frequenz

Nick Wurzer & Kai Randy Michel style repertoire extends from Progressive House & Techno and Minimal strikes over what to do anything like a bomb. The results, combined with the finest driving beats of the highest quality, sound quality and offer first was already so much enthusiasm chin slide off the ground under their feet. "Frequenz" is mixing trademark wildly-knifing drums with an assortment of real world sounds: bass, frantically dashed figures and horror movie motifs. Their unique palette strikes a chord that's alternately throbbing and sweeping strings are draped all over the record, providing melodic accents here and brusque countermelodies there.

"Musica Elektronica" initially pairs huge thudding kicks with percussive glitch and electric sci-fi synths and all elements circle around each other without much real form. When a second kick starts to land, though, the thing becomes nicely swung and seems to surge forward as a result. From there, the untethered background synths spiral about to add an edgelessness to the whole thing while ticking 808 sounds add more intricate up-close detail.

"Rhythm Inch" is more industrial and scratchy with scraping percussive sounds grinding against each other, eventually growing smoother with the arrival of some bleary eyed and future-facing melodic smears. A hiccup rises and falls across the face of the whole arrangement, and you eventually find yourself gazing through the gauze-like textures to a blissful deep space utopia out the other side.

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01.Musica Elektronica (Original Mix)
02.Rhythm Inch (Original Mix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR038
Release: December 12th 2011
Style: Techno
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PostSubject: Re: Tracks [RELEASES DATE]   Tue Dec 20, 2011 10:30 am



Marcu Vershi - Joly

"Joly" is a stunning blend of baroque melodies, delicately placed arrangements and subtly pulsing electronics. It was the kind of "modern classical" record that could be appreciated by listeners from any background, with alternating moments of melodic lucidity, trembling melodrama and impressive sound manipulation.A release that sacrificed the emotional tumult of Marcu Vershi for illustrative composition in an attempt to sonically map the inside of any dance foor.

Stanisha remix moves in cresting waves and washes rather than a linear path. his approximation of the work isn't too far off from its actuality: each track here feels like an empty canvas waiting to be adorned with his distinctive blend of elegantly sustained horns and creeping string instruments. Franzis-D stirs to life on a bed of sounds that feel like a mixture of artificially generated white noise, phased footsteps and the rustling of paper or leaves: it's all beautifully contrasted with a harpsichord that weaves in and out of its field of interference, which only makes its brief moments of naked clarity all the more effective. The remix of John Ov3rblast is opening stretch leans closer to drone than anything else, with space elements taht conjuring up stomach-churning dread and detachedly glacial beauty from his long strokes of melody.

Kaiser Gayser remix relocate that throbbing intensity into rumbling walls of noise and distortion, live instruments clawing their way to the surface and feels the dual selves against each other and feeding off the tension..There are lots of traditionally melancholic elements on whether it's the space, loops or strums the elegant and painstaking. The last remix is by Alexander Anufriev who makes use of drum & bass/dark garage's burrowing basslines but turns them inside out much so his rise and fall becomes not a rushing high but a sad and sometimes menacing undercurrent to his productions.

The EP intricate artwork a series of microscopically zoomed photos of surfaces, every crevice and canyon clearly visible gives a hint for what to expect, music that finds power in intense focus and brooding inertia rather than booming narrative.

Listen: here

Tracklist:
01.Joly (Original Mix)
02.Joly (Stanisha Remix)
03.Joly (Franzis-D Remix)
04.Joly (John Ov3rblast Remix)
05.Joly (Kaiser Gayser Remix)
06.Joly (Alexander Anufriev Remix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR043
Release: January 16th 2011
Style: Progressive House


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Peaceful Mind & Crystal Drop - Universal Mind EP

Peaceful Mind is a dedicated progressive lover, but isn’t imprisoned by a single genre, saying “What makes progressive work so well is that it doesn’t stick to one style, and can incorporate electro, minimal, whatever it likes.” Although has clearly reached a celebrity status, it¹s his generous personality, his love for his peers and of course his completely candid humour that has enabled him to maintain such a likeable high profile in the often-fickle world of club culture. The definition of Crystal Drop is a water absorbent polymer that is translucent, odourless, bio-degradable, 100% non-toxic, re-usable and environmentally friendly, his sounds are underlined by a field recording that grows noticeably, subtly shifting from fuzzy house to a collation of squeaking breaks, sirens, horns and voices..

Universal Mind EP begins with tremors of piano and zither, before progressive enters with a few elongated wordless groans. The duo development into chattering laughter and higher cooing opens a more relaxed passage, alternating with forceful vocals over robust synthesizer drone. It's the aural equivalent of tensing every muscle in your body and then letting them all go. "Universal Oneness" false-starts on a sluggish motorik rhythm and a serrated bass drone, dissolving into a watery, bell-laden movement for the remainder. Finally, "Lonesome" buffs up the synth drone to complement its pervasive chants, channeling the previous tracks' instrumentation for a guttural, cathartic final movement.
The record is composed with a sense of freedom and fluidity that feels out-of-time, otherworldly and almost ancient—an intense accomplishment for both parties.

Listen: here

Tracklist:
01.Universal Oneness (Original Mix)
02.Lonesome (Original Mix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR044
Release: January 22th 2011
Style: Progressive House
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Franzis-D - Folklore

Franzis-D aligns himself with producers like Synkro and Indigo, artists who make beatific bass music that chisels bits and pieces from other sounds into a beautiful but unclassifiable whole. Vocal samples, chirping synths, springy and swingy drums, all lathered in a heavy coat of reverb: Franzis-D's sound is not an unfamiliar one. But look closer and his structures are slightly off kilter: often his vocal samples seem like they're falling off the beat and landing in jagged crooks. The original track is so swollen with the weight of their emotions that they basically topple over and spill out, and the clashing of vocals and beats creates a dissonance more heartbreaking than any hackneyed chord progression.

Matias Fernández Viña remix is nothing particularly clever about the way each one is introduced, but the resulting synergy is quite remarkable. Impersonating sound at first, a simple synth loop opens the proceedings. It quickly moves to a harsher twang, ushering in a gravelly clap and a second posse of hi-hats, this time more ragged. John Ov3rblast remix shows just how large and gleaming a tower he can build. A trilling arp and bright-hued vibes are vital here, but it's a series of singing strings which make the biggest impression, glancing in and out of the mix like a shimmering school of fish..

Orelse remix it's just as pretty, but far less cloying, the jaunty bassline is one of the most interesting bits, chiming in only on every second bar, this is a strong anchor around which the other elements again overwhelmingly cheerful rally. Zan Preveé remix are enough to get you dropping a shoulder, as a muffled bassline grows and growls, though, so does your propensity to dance like a loon in its twisted. Dj Duma is dense and kinetic, with lowdown and subdued melodies just about balancing out the frantic intergalactic battle going on up top, his point of focus is constantly changing whereas the brutalist "Folklore" has you firmly locked onto its diving bass. The last remix on this EP is from John D tranquilized horn line and a supple groove which grows ever more prominent until the understated breakdown, when everything comes back in and the groove engages once more, it's deep but well aerated.

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Tracklist:
01.Folklore (Original Mix)
02.Folklore (Matias Fernández Viña Remix)
03.Folklore (John Ov3rblast Remix)
04.Folklore (Orelse Remix)
05.Folklore (Zan Preveé Remix)
06.Folklore (DJ Duma Remix)
07.Folklore (John D Remix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR045
Release: January 30th 2011
Style: Progressive House


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PostSubject: Dj Coslow - Este O Amor EP [Insomniafm Records]   Fri Dec 30, 2011 11:23 am



Dj Coslow - Este O Amor EP

Dj Coslow seems like he's trying to warn us of something. It might be impossible to say what that thing is, but the way in which he says it is utterly captivating. Starting off in rather glossy territory with a beat so light and smooth it feels like it's sculpted from ivory—the compilation rarely lets that polished sheen fall off: even the harder moments are coated in butter. Within this loose association, the gentle ebbs and flows created as each piece gives way to the next render this collection far more than the sum of its parts. Clocking in at almost nine minutes, "Este O Amor" thumps along a heady groove lined with long strands of feedback and spotted with plaintive vibes, through, the track gains intensity with some ray-gun effects that push toward a mellow yet satisfying peak.

While "Get Low" relies on emotional atmospherics brought to a near-boil, the shorter untitled track on the flip fills up space with chunky drums and hissing cymbals. There are no vocals this time around, and no big drop in the middle, either. Instead, there's a knotted mess of synths that twists to and fro and back into itself throughout the track. Taken together, it all ends up sounding too linear, and I have a feeling that club-goers will be more inclined to put their hands up for "Este O Amor" EP..

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Tracklist:
Este O Amor (Original Mix)
Get Low (Original Mix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR046
Released: February 6th 2012
Style: Progressive House
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John D - Silent Winter

John D influences leads him to start entering the world of electronic music, within this loose association, however, the gentle ebbs and flows created as each piece gives way to the next render this "Silent Winter" far more than the sum of its parts. Starting with melodic elements never seem to progress; the piping notes dissipating into the sky. Similarly, its understated, acidic low-end isn't particularly impelling; it just bubbles on the spot like a volcanic mud puddle..

Franzis-D
remix is the next cut—rides on a skipping shaker beat. It only lifts the intensity a touch, but in terms of the EP's cumulative momentum, the effect is massive. Further adding to the sense of drive, a taut bassline is the next element to move into place. Ghostly flashes of synth and a plethora of dubby effects round out the piece, lending it a deep and eerie finish. From here, we're offered a four minute interlude via John Ov3rblast space which drops down to a barely-there breakbeat, weaving in heavily reverbed jolts of synth and rippling, psychedelic laser shots. Its flurries of claps are tiring enough, but in concert with other claps, splashing cymbals, steely synths and a strange off beat sproing—like a plastic ruler vibrating—it's nothing short of relentless.

The three tracks spend their time releasing this pent-up tension, getting progressively lighter and brighter.

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Tracklist:
01.Silent Winter (Original Mix)
02.Silent Winter (Franzis-D Remix)
03.Silent Winter (John Ov3rblast Remix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR047
Release: February 13th 2012
Style: Progressive House
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PostSubject: Orelse - The 8 Rules EP [Insomniafm Records]   Sat Jan 14, 2012 1:48 pm



Orelse - The 8 Rules EP

Orelse begun his musical journey in 2007. He is one of the most talented and upcoming djs and producers in Greece, known for his unique music style and uplifting vibe. As a dj Orelse has shared the decks with the best Greek djs and with foreign ones..

"The 8 Rules" is pretty dark stuff, but something about the way sways in its ebullient, elliptical pattern feels playful, even in the face of the ominous bits of chords that coat its background. If the overcast "The 8 Rules" is lighthearted, then "Daydream" is basically the rapture, taking the melodic elements and stripping them back to Orelse appropriate levels of heavily-veiled euphoria.

"I Have A Dream" pivots around a distant vocal sample with a gleeful but rigid arpeggio whose high octaves sound totally out of place amidst all the grey, proving that the not-so-prolific producer's 2011 stroke of finesse was not merely a one-off.

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Tracklist:
01.The 8 Rules (Original Mix)
02.Daydream (Original Mix)
03.I Have A Dream (Original Mix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR048
Release: February 20th 2012
Style: Progressive House
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PostSubject: Re: Tracks [RELEASES DATE]   Thu Jan 19, 2012 9:12 am

Boys Noize & Mr Oizo: Exclusive Tracks Premiere

Uniting as one, Hamburg native Boys Noize and Paris' Mr Oizo join forces to form ‘Handbraekes’

http://www.dazeddigital.com/music/article/12399/1/boys-noize-mr-oizo-exclusive-tracks-premiere

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Given that both artists have been pushing the boundaries of dance music in their respective careers to much critical and some commercial (remember Flat Eric?) acclaim, this new venture is a dream collaboration for devout electro-heads. Celebrated for the innovation in his eclectic remixes and heavy production style, Boys Noize has been clearing up awards in recent years - whilst since his initial mainstream exposure in 1999 Mr Oizo has shied away from the spotlight, courting a more niche audience with his experimentation in music and film with the Ed Banger crew.

Together their sound is extremely driven and high-octane as heard in their first track ‘Callgurls’, which premiered at the end of 2011. Here on Dazed Digital, we exclusively premiere a mini-mix of their forthcoming EP before the release on BoysNoize Records out 6th February.

Handbraekes - Callgurls
Handbraekes - Riho
Handbraekes - The Qat
Handbraekes - Milc

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