Released 1st February
Vinyl sampler with four tracks from Benjamin Fröhlich’s Rude Collection release including two exclusive new remixes by Swedish sunny boy Axel Boman and Brazilian wonder woman Terr. Plus the cosmic disco treatment of “Dream City” by Zombies in Miami and the percussion workout “Drums from Memory” - on vinyl for the first time.
a1. Dream City – Axel Boman Remix
a2. Drums From Memory
b1. Holloway – Terr Remix
b2. Dream City – Zombies In Miami Remix
Release Date: 3rd May 2019
Italian electronic music mastermind ABYSSY and the Marseille underground hero DONARRA, share for the ALLEY VERSION's 4th release the split E.P. "CLOSE".
ABYSSY aka Mayo Soulomon has, over the years, released records of great interest for Mathematics, New Interplanetary Melodies and many other labels, marked by Detroit and Chicago influences reworked in his personal complex cut.
DONARRA comes to ALLEY VERSION after two beautiful E.P. for Skylax Records and La Chinerie, and recently spotted with its synth-dark-industrial-punk moniker Cardinal & Nun, on L.I.E.S.
a1. Abyssy - Close To Me
a2. Abyssy - Lower Michigan Ave
b1. Donarra - Nostalgie Futuriste
b2. Donarra - Rivières Lumineuses
Release Date: 19th April 2019
Originally recorded in 1981, this album is best known for its tropical boogie bomb 'Let's Talk About It'. Having drawn attention from diggers for quite some time, it's finally available again on vinyl. Besides this killer boogie tune a selection of five other tracks from the album that have remained unknown to most people complete this French boogie / reggae / zouk re-issue.
a1. Ghisly Brown - Let's Talk About It
a2. Ghisly Brown - Come To Me
a3. Ghisly Brown - I Want You, Black
b1. Ghisly Brown - Be The One
b2. Ghisly Brown - Let Me Get Away From You
b3. Ghisly Brown - Love Forever
Release Date: 26th April 2019
Burek family welcomes Detroit house don Javonntte into their circle with four infectious house bangers spread across the whole spectrum of the genre. This record has something for each part of the night, from the easy mood setting vibes to soulful bangers and straight up jacking peak time tracks that will make you sweat.
‘Tomorrow’, the opening cut, is the best example of the latter and the track’s vocal sample “strictly underground” is well earned. This pure head-bang house track will give you a run for your money. A side is concluded with ‘Journey’, a proper soulful house track which keeps all of its energy in spite of a slightly more subtle approach.
No One Like You’ is the first one on the flip and is a prime example of just how much soul and depth can a house banger have and Javonntte excels here both as a producer and a vocalist. Closing track ‘Enter The Disco’ is a slower, disco-sampled jam, perfect for that in-between time in the club when the action’s about to happen.
b1. No One Like U
b2. Enter The Disco
Release Date - 15th February 2019
In another tight and consistent projection, Paxton Fettel actualizes his assertion for independence, eclecticism and voodoo - with a collection of delightful enchanting vibes.
Familiarly neat and energetic, house beats and crystal-clear chords accord to accompany the melodic dawdling, while insatiable and unbelievably facetious talkative babblings of all kinds stretch out into organic gliding laces.
The purposefully optimistic and spirited atmosphere is the echo of the ceaseless quest for serious lightness, relaxed ecstatic states, truth and wonders.
At the intersection of devoted beginnings and mastered preferences, this EP provides a soothing expression of the reality of change, and acts as the denouement of a true explorative pit stop for the musician - and the listener, always playful, and sprucely yours.
Specifically, Niche Music For Specifically Niche People. Keep Smiling 😊
a1. Paxton Fettel - Burning
a2. Paxton Fettel - This Love (Get Over It)
a3. Paxton Fettel - Faster On Fire
b1. Paxton Fettel - Better Days
b2. Paxton Fettel - Flavias Silver Silhouette
Shipping for - 18th January 2019
Copenhagen Underground Posse returns after a snowy, winter hiatus on a slamming four-track tip with the family. B From E traces his video game & trance roots on 'Human Revolution', while S.A.M. (Mandar / Delaphine) sculpts the dreamy chords of the original into that ethereal realm of house, as only he does it.
On the flipside the newcomers bring the action, as Soaked goes heavy with the SP1200 distorted bassline stomper 'Heavy Thoughts' followed by Belmaati with his mesmerizing deep house vibes on 'Deep CTRL'
a1. B From E - Human Revolution
a2. B From E - Human Revolution (S.A.M. Hometown Reshape)
b1. Soaked - Heavy Thoughts
b2. Belmaati - Deep CTRL