Released 17th May
Ryan James Ford's 6 track debut EP for the Clone Basement Series.
a1. Face Me (Inside Mix)
a2. BX 19 GTX
a3. Amethyst (Tri Dub)
b1. Dames Shmedt
b2. M21 Junction 20W
b3. Theo Lacie
Released 7th June
New Electro Bangerz!
a1. Kommuter - Dijkstra
a2. Kommuter - Transporter
b1. Luke Eargoggle Kan3da - Zombie Floor
b2. Martin Matiske - Computer Love
Release Date: 21st June 2019
Fumiya Tanaka and Thomas Melchior as TOFU PRODUCTIONS.
b1. I Believe I Need
Release Date - 31st May 2019
Since his earliest transmissions, Heckle has been an avowed disciple of the Moss method, channelling the spirits of original Chicago and Detroit house, industrial techno and interstellar jazz with a unswerving faith to those sound.
For his first release of '16, he plays deep into that pocket with an insistent, optimistic banger named Alexandria plus an Untitled vignette of chaotic harmonics, before the B-side brings the kicks again, only at a quicker tempo and with rapidly fluctuating, eye-spinning arpeggios in Mesopotamia and in a drier, tracky formation.
02. Untitled 1
04. Untitled 2
Release Date - 24th May 2019
Matthew Puffett, also known as Future Beat Alliance, launches a series of EPs on his new 'Reward System' imprint. The new label will explore and dive deep into the mind of Matthew Puffett's eclectic and unpredictable musical archives. Showcasing everything from lost and found DAT tapes from the FBA vault to brand new productions.
Releasing his music on labels such as Delsin, Tresor, Eevo Lute and Rush Hour before now, here you will hear his recognizable style with warm synths, uplifting bass heavy grooves and dusty break beat rhythms once more. The six track 'Reward System.1' EP features all of this and more and is another exciting chapter in the Future Beat Alliance catalogue.
02. Leave This Planet (Alone)
04. Enter 030
06. Virtual Shoulder (To Cry On)
Release Date - 14th June 2019
Ahhhh the joys of creating a new label! I have started Holding Hands Again to bring to light some records from the past that I adore and think should be made more widely available so that everyone can slam them in the club.
Bushwacka! is without a doubt one of the main influences behind the main Holding Hands label. His UK take out house and techno then lead onto his groundbreaking labels Oblong and Plank that have inspired many of the generations that came after him. I love those breaks releases and play a lot of them in my sets but my favourite of his cuts are actually his super early releases that he put out on his own label Sound As A Pound. Volume 1, 2 and 3 are packed with gems and sound just as original today as they did in the mid 90s. They are incredibly rare and sought after by any DJ who knows their stuff, which is why I am so pleased to be able to share three of my favourite tracks from those releases.
I chose three that covered a broad range of sound. Loopy trippy house, techno with a ton of soul and one straight up classic house banger. I have also done a garage remix of track 8 myself to bring another spin on his unique sound.
This re release has been freshly remastered for maximum boost and sounds fat as fuck on a system.
All four tracks are produced and sculpted for the club. They want big sound systems and dark rooms.
Close your eyes, hold hands and experience transcendental space flight...
a1. Bushwacka! - 8
a2. Bushwacka! - 8 (Desert Sound Colony Remix)
b1. Bushwacka! - 11
b2. Bushwacka! - 5