Release Date: 13th November 2020
JB Edits the edit project of UK & Australia based house DJ & producer Jerk Boy. Off the back of the success of his first two releases “EP Number One & EP Number Two ” which gained love and support from an array of DJs around the globe including The Blessed Madonna Shir Khan (Exploited Records, Dave Mayer, Paco Osuna, Can "Khan" Oral, Chris Coco, Dom Servini (Wah Wah 45's), JEPE, Jacques Renault, Timmy Stewart, Giom, Guy Garrett, Erol Alkan, Beaner, Chrissy, Dasha Rush, Dustin Alexander, Moodymanc. Nikola Baytala, Holger Hecler to name but a few.
He’s back with a new 3 x tracker… “EP Number Three”….. let’s not make it complicated….we’re just keeping it chronological, boogielogical and discotastic.
a1. JB Edits - Cosmic Intergalactic Nebula Boogie
b1. JB Edits - Leapy Looker
b2. JB Edits - Men Skating with Men
Release Date: 6th November 2020
Complete with more gorgeous artwork from our favourite graphic designer, Animisiewasz, DP number 28 pops up offering four dance floor ready edits from one of our favourite young producers.
London based producer, multi-instrumentalist and artist Hoffy brings us five explosive disco/house monsters tailor made for when the clubs re-open and everyone goes ever so slightly nuts. With a couple of ridiculously uplifting releases on Forgot Records and a remix or two for Wah Wah 45s, of course, he knows how to move a crowd. His productions illustrate his deep love of classic (but never cheesy) disco, and an ability to create surges of energy even on the most docile of dance floors.
We hope you enjoy this craftily concocted quintet of soulful stunners that could easily sit alongside O'Flynn, early Romare and Dave Lee on your shelves. Another essential slab of foot friendly heat courtesy of your favourite Dubplate provider!
a1. Bunny's Down
a2. Lamont's A Believer
b1. Mel's House
b2. Music For Lifts
b3. Precious Friends
Release Date - 26th July 2019
Matthew Herbert and Goldsmiths University's in-house record label NX Records presents the latest in their series of experimental electronic vinyl 12"s.
NX14X showcases the work of two boundary pushing Goldsmiths students: first, UK born and South Africa raised composer Galina Juritz, whose chopped and spliced RnB doused in lush string arrangements enduces a fidgety unease and zero gravity lushness in equal measure.
And second, rising DJ and producer Harry Rodger, with two cuts of organic, summery techno that would sound perfectly at home pumping out of the NTS Radio speakers into a sun-baked Gillett Square.
a1. Galina Juritz - I've Got a ___ _____ Feeling
a2. Harry Rodger - Facetime
b1. Harry Rodger - Polly
b2. Galina Juritz - Decompression
Released 17th August 2018
Pop down Shamansbury's, pick up a double pack of Gregorian Chanting. Add water, stir in some Acid and a side of Wonk. Microwave for 2mins. Bingo. Arms aloft fun for the whole family.
a. Unknown Artist - Georgian Monastic Chant (Pill Mix)
b. Unknown Artist - Georgian Monastic Chant (Psychedelic Mix)
Released 17th June 2016
Mixing abstract hip-hop and house, Blutch's style is mind-blowing and striking, with touches of groove and heat. Borrowing from Pépé Bradock, Francis Inferno Orchestra,Cuthead, Andrés, Shigeto and Massive Attack, Blutch has forged a unique musical identity all along his career, always with this strong desire to combine several universes into a single entity.
In January 2015 Blutch revealed his creative genius with his first EP, Equilibrium. He will soon revisit a voluptuous set mixing trip hop, the softness of electronica and a hypnotic deephouse. [r]equilibrium unites 9 artists in one project that represents Blutch’ diverse musical spectre.
Friends, idols, people who we loved to collaborate with, spend time with, get to know better. The [r] stands for the remix, the reinterpretation of Blutch’ EP Equilibrium. Each artist gives new life to one of the tracks, spicing them up to their liking. Cuthead transforms « Skyview » in a straight-up house floor killer while Maxime Dangles takes « Chocolates & Hamburgers » to gloomy, cold electronic heights. Between these two extremes the music gradually and cleverly evolves track by track. Melodiesinfonie opens up in complete serenity with his take on « A. » which takes us straight into summer with our feet in the sand. Tito Wun follows up perfectly with his version of “Wildstar” that is stacked with groovy samples. Next up is Keroué, member of the band Fixpensill. He puts his rhymes on a stellar edit by YWNWA. Jenovah choses to take “Deep Diving” on a bass-driven path while Pavane sees and raises that with an orchestral version of Anyoma. It’s up to the brothers Ark & Pit Spector to close out the EP by taking « Elis » into deeper territory.
The tracks subtly follow each other up to tell a consecutive story. Thanks to the music of Blutch, these 8 tracks stay connected on this diverse but coherent EP. Driven by our sense of partying and our willingness to meet the people we have been sharing our music with over more than a year, we decided to throw 4 release parties, hosting Cuthead, Pit Spector, Tito Wun and Jenovah, who we hadn’t met before. Sold out nights, balloons, jokes, fun and groove. Really proud of the project in general, the artists’ work and our flawless casting. The project has forged bonds between artists that wanted to continue their collaborations, Blutch and Cuthead will now even be playing back2back at Festival Astropolis July 2nd .
a1. Blutch - A. (Melodiesinfonie [r]emix)
a2. Blutch - Wildstar (Tito Wun Mountain Love [r]emix)
a3. Blutch - Skyview (Cuthead [r]emix)
a4. Blutch - Deep Diving (Jenovah [r]emix)
b1. Blutch ft Keroué - Fais-le (YWNWA [r]emix)
b2. Blutch - Anyoma (Pavane [r]emix)
b3. Blutch - Chocolate & Hamburgers (Maxime Dangles [r]emix)
b4. Blutch - Elis (Ark & Pit Spector [r]emix)