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PostSubject: Releases: IFMR050 / IFMR051   Sun Feb 05, 2012 9:02 am



Boral Kibil - Paradox EP

"Paradox" apparently, is about Turkish producer explorer Boral Kibil who probably didn't foresee his life being told to a soundtrack of wobbling dubstep basslines, pulses of intergalactic melody and Boards of Turkey-style analogue synths. The EP it's also unusually abrasive, dominated by a buzzing throb. Clattering cymbals closely tail each surge of this gargantuan saw-like synth, which Boral Kibil barely bothers to whittle down with filters.

Loquai remix plays out exactly as the previous description implies. Bell-like bass sets up the carefree mood, chiming along with a lying-in-a-gently-rocking-rowboat kind of cadence. For most of the time, this actually functions both as bassline and as melody. In the mid-section, however, Franzis-D introduces a whirling, super-short sequence on top; almost like a bird call. Playing with the settings on this second bit, he keeps it constantly morphing, working hard to briefly capture attention before returning to the pleasant, noncommittal lull of before. As you'd expect, "Paradox" is very, very different. Splicing in distant-sounding wails, Stanisha and Erdi Irmak have
created a menacing and atmospheric piece. What impresses most is the clear separation between these ghostly tendrils and the gloomy ping-ponging which makes up the foreground; there's obviously some masterful sound design at work.

The remix of Dj Duma is hyperactive digital steel drums and angular, robotic beats veer more towards a twisted, urban house sound than the Grecee funky banner. A singularly emotional, pared back approach to progressive music has become Mahmut Orhan and Marcu Vershi doesn't disappoint in that respect. Underpinned by the percussive slap of a sultry tango tempo, it trots rather than gallops, shot through with
distorted echo and mournful pads.

Preview: here

Tracklist:
Paradox (Original Mix)
Paradox (Loquai Remix)
Paradox (Franzis-D Remix)
Paradox (Stanisha Remix)
Paradox (Erdi Irmak Remix)
Paradox (Dj Duma Remix)
Paradox (Mahmut Orhan Remix)
Paradox (Marcu Vershi Remix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR050
Release: March 5th 2012
Style: Progressive House
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Ruca Apple - Life Out A Fantasy

"Life Out A Fantasy" is the second release on Ruca's new imprint, offer no compromise to the uninitiated, but the record should be warmly received by fans eager to hear some gritty new stuff from the her vibes. Ruca Apple continues to inspire people as a producer/dj with what many define as a “bold and delicate” sound that is always delivered with lovely looks and a charming killer smile.

Turn it up and you'll hear how every third kick is accented, and while other percussive elements play out in common time, the emphasis is firmly on the polyrhythmic hypnosis created between those drums and a nervous rash of offbeat bleeps. Ruca Apple handles the sounds on the flip, and he opts for a heavily swung 4/4 rhythm that sounds just a bit smoother than the original. Still, her effort holds more peak-time potential: among the jagged chords and creepy-crawly bits of sound that scale upward and downward and she slowly lets loose a series of climactic choruses. The aim of the tracks is obvious—to modulate your brain until it's a pile of mush on the dance floor—and these "Life Out A Fantasy" have clearly hit the right frequencies.

This second album of Ruca Apple is even more driving, losing the wiry synth in favour of supernatural atmospherics and a simpler off-beat stabbing. The tracks are relatively simple, but they're so well put together that you may believe otherwise despite the complete absence of percussion early on. It also feels like an impending stampede.

Preview: here

Tracklist
Calling (Original Mix)
Timely (Original Mix)
Farringdon (Original Mix)
To See The Future (Original Mix)
Lonely Space (Original Mix)
Luna Marin Lulu (Original Mix)
Rose (Original Mix)
Perverse Doll (Original Mix)
Snow Crystal (Original Mix)
Schizo 7 Years (Original Mix)
That Which Nature Paints Never Fades (Original Mix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR051
Release: March 12th 2012
Style: Techno
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PostSubject: OUT: [IFMR047] John D - Silent Winter   Mon Feb 13, 2012 12:21 pm



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
Released: February 13th 2012
Style: Progressive House
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PostSubject: Kaan Koray & Eray - Rise Of Darkness [Insomniafm Records]   Thu Feb 16, 2012 11:15 pm



Kaan Koray & Eray - Rise Of Darkness

"Rise Of Darkness" somewhere deep down below, rousing synths rise and rise, a man splutters out the odd mangled word and before you know it you're spinning round and round in some beguiling progressive house fusion. The duo Kaan Koray & Eray tryed a tiny bits of sound looped until their bled edges resemble something new entirely, more often than not, pathos is involved, was a meaning to recognize and better than the way they started to capture their own style.

Stanisha remix is pretty much a massive curveball, with icy chord stabs and celestial xylophone sounds backing a chopped and mashed "...that's my home." It's oddly hymnal and churchy thanks to a vast and chilly echo. Franzis-D steps up first and marries insomniac-style steel drums, squelchy, rubbery splats and plenty of wiggling dancehall energy into something fittingly describe as "Rise Of Darkness". As the whole arrangement sways up and down, background harmonies take over and act as a progressive solvent into which everything else slowly dissolves, before the trip is completed it's a sub-heavy dub skank that leaves you feeling slightly stoned despite not having had a single toke.

Delivered by a storm cloud of stabbing bass synths and featuring a brief but wildly frantic breakdown. Orelse remix is more deep, mid-tempo cosmic house moodiness, with a percussive snap, crackle and pop style synth refrain. It's perhaps not a package that offers something for those who prefer things a bit brasher and ballsier, but will excite those susceptible to a bit of aural ear-nibbling.

Erdi Irmak version is little divergence from the linear path it treads, bar the moment the music cuts and a single drum roll jolts you out of the hypnotising effect that the groove engenders. Hector Sawiak rumbles on a zig-zaggy fuzz bassline that recalls the older, spastic work of "Rise Of Darkness" as much as it does vintage funk but with the digitized coldness of modern instrumental, giving the whole remix a half-baked, nostalgic sound. Dj Duma truly stands out in a flood of generic funkateers. It takes a lot of talent to make crate-digging sound so seamless, and even if the cracks show every once in a while. The last remix from this awesome EP, comes from Zibe, a young assistant sound engineer that developed a passion

to progressive house and delivered a dramatic, dark and melancholic sentimentality vibes slowly unravel the tightly-coiled rhythms into hypnagogic lullabies.

The result is one of the most emotionally powerful synth EP's delivered by Insomniafm Records this year, in a time where they seem absolutely dime a dozen sampladelic approach adds colour rather than clutter, with bits of organ and the wildly jazzy synth solos that gently cuff the grooves are carefully placed and layered.

Preview: here

Tracklist
01.Rise Of Darkness (Original Mix)
02.Rise Of Darkness (Stanisha Remix)
03.Rise Of Darkness (Franzis-D Remix)
04.Rise Of Darkness (Oresle Remix)
05.Rise Of Darkness (Erdi Irmak Remix)
06.Rise Of Darkness (Hector Sawiak Remix)
07.Rise Of Darkness (Dj Duma Remix)
08.Rise Of Darkness (Vibe Remix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR052
Release: March 19th 2012
Style: Progressive House
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PostSubject: Re: Tracks [RELEASES DATE]   Tue Feb 21, 2012 1:03 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
Released: February 20th 2012
Style: Progressive House
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PostSubject: Re: Tracks [RELEASES DATE]   Wed Feb 22, 2012 2:05 pm



Zan Prevee - Revealing Senses

Zan Prevee is nothing if not prolific, started experimenting in music technology and on the production of electronic music, his own unique style began to be recognized on radio sets over the world. "Revealing Senses" sees his splintered, shattered sonic palette continue to evolve away from shiny and abstract orbital toward more humid climes. The results are less dense and easier to love than arguably any of his output thus far.

John Ov3rblast
version immediately paints a sombre picture with a roughshod riff, rainy day melancholia and stretched out, long suffering space void wail all tugging on each and every heartstring from start to finish. Orelse Parlour Wall Mix feels less sorry for itself. The characteristic watery drips remain, however, and there's something of a thousand yard stare feel to the piano that echoes between the metalized perc pings and staggering drums. John D remix is offering a multitude of tiny glassy tinkles rippling up its middle, but despite his deft design, the loops seams to be crying beneath and is stays with you longest; its wilted strums sound like the final acceptance of a certain undesirable fate.

As the final track of this EP is from Jonny Vee and it's a slowed and soulful beatdown swagger that rattles and jangles like a herd of passing alpine cows. In so deftly pinning distant gauzy vox, odd modulated blobs and tinkling tambourines to the laziest of bottom ends, it ends up being the most irresistible concoction of all.

Preview: here

Tracklist
01.Revealing Senses (Original Mix)
02.Revealing Senses (John Ov3rblast Remix)
03.Revealing Senses (Orelse Parlour Wall Mix)
04.Revealing Senses (Jonny Vee Remix)
05.Revealing Senses (John D Remix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR053
Release: March 26th 2012
Style: Progressive House
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PostSubject: Re: Tracks [RELEASES DATE]   Mon Feb 27, 2012 12:45 pm



Marcu Vershi - Tough EP

Despite his youth, Marcu Vershi is clearly well-versed in the history of progressive house sounds. It courses rich through the veins of his work.

Here he gets nice and loose, with plenty of lively percussive action embedded amongst wavy, slo-mo house beats that lope like lazy teenagers on a humid summer's day. The original track "Tough" is vividly coloured, with plenty of darting glissando melodies..

Franzis-D remix is marbled with vinyl hiss and crackle, its congas sound distant and thin synths speak of the future while a jazzy keyboard loop keeps things firmly rooted in the past. It feels cosy and familiar, surreptitiously growing into a tastefully triumphant swagger. Ugly Drums strips things back to cute little jazzy stabs, flailing percussion and lethargic drums that wiggle with each understated rotation. It's smoky and cosy basement house for those sensuous early evenings, whereas John Ov3rblast remix is a much busier, chattier analogue house workout that deals in a pleasing rawness.

The remixes comes from Stanisha, who's just as phlegmatic here as he's been on his recent records for Insomniafm Records, he teases short phrases from the original over a scuffed, shuffling 4/4 beat and gelatinous sub bass. Sonically and conceptually, than most house tracks these days, the remix of Fyono brimming with bright chords and counterpoint melodies, plucked synths and vocoder-like pads that bubbles like a pot full of boiling water and sounds unlike any other track I can think of.

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Tracklist:
Tough (Original Mix)
Tough (Franzis-D Remix)
Tough (John Ov3rblast Remix)
Tough (Stanisha Remix)
Tough (Stanisha Deepdream Mix)
Tough (Fyono Remix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR049
Released: February 27th 2012
Style: Progressive House
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PostSubject: Re: Tracks [RELEASES DATE]   Wed Mar 14, 2012 10:24 am

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The Live Final will take place on 28th April 2012 at London's world famous Ministry Of Sound, the home of dance music and one of the world's best nightclubs. Finalists will be flown in from any country within Europe and complimentary accommodation provided with each DJ expected to mix for 20 minutes in front of a live audience.

The winner will be selected on the night by an expert judging panel consisting of RADIO 1XTRA's DJ Semtex along with Dance Music Producer and head of Cr2 Records, MYNC. The winner of the competition will tour the Croatian islands for a week in August DJing for The Yacht Week and secure a sought after record deal with Cr2 Records. They will also have the opportunity to headline at Findthestorm’s international events, as well as picking up an array of brand new Pioneer equipment, Cr2 and The Yacht Week memorabilia.

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