Release Date - 1st March 2019
Hessle Audio is proud to present the first collaborations between longtime friend Joy O and saxophonist Ben Vince. Introduced to each other by Jon Rust, the two tracks are a result of studio sessions together as well as manipulation of Ben's existing recordings.
Both tracks explore the tonal, textural and rhythmic possibilities of Ben's playing within a focused dancefloor framework.
a. Transition 2
b. Systems Align
Release Date - 5th April 2019
Oscillate Tracks 002 is the second compilation from the Oscillate crew who have been running the successful event series at ://about blank for just over 4 years. After the sell-out launch of their first record, their second compilation EP is highly anticipated.
This time with Melbourne based producer Hymns, known for his beautifully restrained, spacious electro, Superhexagon regular J. Wiltshire, crossing over into his own glistening take on modern dubstep, Schloss Records founder Karima F whose percussion and berserk melodies know no bounds and Perth-based artist Peter McAvan, upheaving all expectations with his surprising rhythms and syncopation. Diverse, yet of the same palette, this record paints a dreamy yet powerful picture.
01. Hymms - Magna
02. J. Wiltshire - Wave Tablet
03. PTMC - Officewerks
04. Karima F - Bacon Shoulders
Release Date - 5th April 2019
Mr. Raoul K: After having met quite a couple of times while dj-ing in Greece, Timmy Regisford and Mr Raoul K decided to take their friendship to the next level: do a record together. Say hello to the 'Gongon Alt Mix' of Mr Raoul K's 'Moment Psychedlik'. Their rework adds am overall summery touch and softens the tribal beats of the original towards a more lush atmosphere. You're still welcome to lose yourself in the swirling synth sounds and mellow yet drving beats. Dance on.
01. Mr Raoul K & Timmy Regisford - MP (Moment Psychedelik) [Gongon Alt Mix]
02. Claudio Coccoluto - Funky Now (Trouble Tribal Life)
03. Lehar - Everything I Ever Did
04. Mr Q - Musumeci
Release Date 29th March 2019
DJ Rubio delivers the latest Man Band 12″. A masterful blend of deep broken cuts and raw ambient by the Helsinki resident.
01. Merenantafoto Sotarikoksen Uhrista
02. Cerulean Skull
03. Western Medicine
04. Marlo My Man
Release Date - 19th April 2019
Dubplate’s Don Persian has repressed this Hardcore Breaks Techno Riddim, seeing there were only 100 in existence before going for crazy prices, now including a mix from S.Bell capturing a shimmering soundscape vibe, adding perfection to his unsung abilities. This E.P. has some speaker destroyer’s on there, introducing the MixMaster Max into the pot alongside the Persian doing what can only be called world dub music. Sterling breaks shuffling at a downtempo 8 bit vibe with a really heavy bass! MixMaster Max’s history is interesting to say the least...
Born October 1966. Break Dancer in 1984, under the moniker Mad Max, started a crew named The Back Street Warriors, busking all over the UK at places such as Covent Garden/Leicester Square Performing on stage & in clubs. They once jammed with The Rock Steady Crew in Camden Palace in front of an audience.
Then in 1987 he became a DJ, playing all genre’s of music, he first played on RJR Radio, playing Electro, Hip Hop, Soul, R&B & Reggae. Moving forward he started playing Acid House & Four to the Floor Music styles, by the early 90’s he played on Weekend Rush & then went onto Defection, Touchdown, Don & Passion FM, playing Acid & Hardcore Jungle.
In the early day’s, MixMaster Max was one of the Innovator’s of Jungle music by mixing Hardcore, Reggae & Hip Hop together, helping other’s to produce, fuse & gain idea’s in the music industry. He was by Far the most Original, Innovative, DJ anybody had ever heard.
In 1991 he played alongside John Saunderson at the Camden Palace on a Friday night, he also played at the Famous Hacienda Club in Manchester.
He was the first DJ to create the Topsy Turvey, which is one turntable on top of the other, he came runner up in the DMC World Championships in the early 90’s.
He played at some of the Biggest Rave’s back in the day, Pirate club 93, Fantazia 92, Dungeon’s 91/92, Turnmills 92, to mention a few. He also played on Avenues FM & People’s Choice, which were legal Radio Station’s, not forgetting Kool FM & Centreforce.
He performed on stage with the We Papa Girl Rapper’s in 1990 at the Notting Hill Carnival. This Legendary Cult figure is a Master of the Nunchucker’s & TurnTable’s!
His innovative Mixes were ‘legendary’ he was a pioneer precursor to the Art form known as Jungle Music, not to mention his Scratching abilities, which was ‘extraordinary’!
For those that listened to pirate radio back in the day, he was the legendary cult figure that inspired us all, giving us the freshest musical styles that had never been heard before!
He can still be heard on OriginUK.Net Radio today...What an inspiration this Unsung Hero has been to us All!
a1. Persian - Don't Deal Wid Violence (Persian)
a2. Persian - Don't Deal Wid Violence Part 2 (S.Bell Mix)
b1. Persian - Dunya (Persian & Mixmaster Max)
b2. Persian - Dunya Part 2 (Mixmaster Max & Persian)
Release Date 29th March 2019
Following his 2017 solo debut EP, "Resisting in the Darkness", Tyler Dancer takes a step toward the light in his follow up EP "62 Miles High". Written in Hasselt, Belgium, "62 Miles High" shows Dancer drawing upon his Detroit and Midwest heritage to reveal another page in his slow-evolving sonic diary.
Tyler Dancer is a DJ, producer, and musician from Kalamazoo, Michigan. His musical journey began at a young age, playing in local jazz & rock bands before becoming a DJ & Training Director at WCBN FM, Ann Arbor in 2006. He made his first Detroit DJ appearances with friend and collaborator Anthony "Shake" Shakir in 2013 and in 2014 he formed a live electronic act under the guise, "Club Creeps" with Manuel Gonzales aka MGUN. In 2017 Shake & Dancer released their remix of "Standing on the Verge of Getting It On," for Westbound Record's "Funkadelic: Reworked by Detroiters," compilation.
01. Kármán Line
02. Shiva's Hands