Release Date - 22nd April 2019
a1. Michael Prophet - Everybody Get Ready
a2. Disciples - Everybody Get Dub
b1. Johnny Clarke - One Man Life
b2. Disciples - One Man Dub
Release Date: 3rd May 2019
Jamming things up once more, we‘re pairing Chambray with long-time Figure-affiliate Truncate for a pair of exciting floor-killers, then go out with some fresh take on techno by Biri.
No Stress is exactly the reminder needed when letting things fling in all directions with this unpredictable, spiralling power work-out. Trax 4 The Club pays hommagge to the its heritage, but shoots way beyond the treaden template. Tongue-in-cheek and swinging widely, this one hits far more carefully than expected, yet all the more satisfying when it does!
On the flip it‘s Biri deploying his rigid style of layering sounds which he makes seem fluid and lively, never changing things up too soon or too late. By such his drive along the meticulously shaped arps on Snox101 stays a constant thriller, while Through The Fields becomes an ambient-leaning excursion through time and space, opening up the body and mind.
a1. Truncate & Chambray – No Stress
a2. Truncate & Chambray – Trax 4 The Club
b1. Biri – Snox101
b2. Biri – Through The Fields
Release Date: 17th May 2019
a1. Sum - Riddem Track
a2. Aaron Spectre - Killasound
b1. Sum - True Dark
b2 Supa Ape - Pressure Cooker
Release Date 17th May 2019
a1. Flying Nimbus
a2. Rolling In His Grave
b1. Gold Rush
Release Date 26th April 2019
Freamon is a denizen of the modern world, allegedly hailing from NY, according to some, not relevant, says he. What matters is the music – finely honed and carefully crafted dancefloor gems, served up with love the way they used to be, the way they ought to be.
The Hot Damn! EP is his second release on the mysterious Turbocapitalism label, after 2016's Black Grid EP. This time, he has decided to shine a spine-tingling light on our souls. He wants you to raise your hands and put them together in an overdose of holy joy on this unashamedly celebratory slab of sweet gospel grooving. Can you feel the spirit? One listen to 'No More Crying' will settle any doubts on the subject. It's gospel-funk. Or gospel-not-gospel, which is like a million samples taken from every soul record you never heard, seamlessly stitched together as if created fresh today, with one idea – to meld together into one big explosion of spine-tingling dance floor joy!
The title track takes things down a notch with a heavy kick drum shuffle – stripped back analogue house, making for an intoxicating, dense brew of sounds, feelings and ideas. Fierce, pulsating free jazz sounds, snaking around that deliciously tense, bustling bottom end, creating an infectious groove that is fresh, different and most of all, impossible to resist.
Meanwhile, Madrid's DJF and Damian Schwartz do what they do best: they take that thing straight to the centre of Detroit, let it adjust to the new environment and then freely cruise the boulevards at night.
01. No More Crying
02. Hot Damn!
03. Hot Damn! (DJF & Damian Schwartz Remix)
Release Date 26th April 2019
The crate digging aficionados Marc Hype from Berlin & DJ Suspect from Paris met the first time in real life 2014 at a 45 soundclash on the infamous Le Batofar party boat in Paris, organized by the funky frenchman himself. After the second gig on the same weekend in Lille, a girl from the crowd asked Marc who they were and he quick-fire answered : "The Untouchables", which became the french version, Les Intouchables, as their moniker straight away. A brotherhood evolved from this point on, led to several tours and finally this compilation right here. Both are playing leading roles in the renaissance of spinning multi-genred 45 records to crowds worldwide.
They are members of the 45 Live collective from the UK and the Dusty Donuts DJ Squad, the much celebrated vinyl only label which Marc Hype co-founded the same year. As for this fine compilation, the idea was to show a roundup of typical songs that stays in their record boxes, but to give the listeners the opportunity to listen to them at home, as 7" records are a typical DJ's choice and not too comfortable for home listening pleasure, instead of albums. So here we are now, dug out a portion of their crates with all-time favourites and lots of classics from their extended music families too.
So sit back ,relax and let yourself go. Les Intouchables taking care of the rest.
01. J. Rawls - A Tribute To Troy
02. Sons Of Time - Before Sundown (feat. J-Live)
03. Sam Knats - Revive Rap (Jim Sharp Remix) [feat. El Da Sensei & Gee Bag]
04. Space Invadas - Done It Again
05. Melvin Sparks - If You Want My Love (If You Want My Love) [feat. Jimmy Scott]
06. Smith & The Honey Badgers - The Billionaire Strut
07. Laura Vane & The Vipertones - Man Of Your Word
08. Osaka Monaurail - No Trouble On The Mountain (feat. Shirley Davis)
09. Ann Sexton & The Baltic Soul Orchestra - You're Losing Me
10. Marc Gregor - Mabusso
11. Benjamin & The Dreamdancers - Not One More Tear
12. Djar One - The Get Down (feat. Andy Cooper)
13. Misumani & First Touch - Prove Your Love
14. Skyy - Call Me
15. Hollie Cook - Postman