Shipping mid October
Lanthan.audio, the German label founded by Christian Gerlach, now presents its sixth release from 'Abstract Division'. The Netherland-based dou delivers a 4 track EP with two originals and two Remixes by Milton Bradley (Do Not Resist The Beat) and Albert Van Abbe (VanAbbe). Abstract Divisions 'Corrosive Mind' stands with a significant synthline that screws into your mind. surrounded from its open and pumping drums its really developing into a mesmerising piece for the dance floor with a high recognition value. Milton Bradley strips it down and presents a very strong tool with a great tension in itself.
'Intervention' grabs up its name and reflects the word into sound. It comes along with a exciting touch and builds up slowly but strong. With potent drums, like we knew it from Abstract Division, it is definetly a track for various situations but not without loosing its goal. Albert Van Abbe abstracts the core and reshapes it with classic drum sounds and adds an emotional melody, its centerpiece. Tight and thoughtful next strike from Lanthan.audio again, which is expanding advisedly.
a1. Corrosive Mind
a2. Corrosive Mind (Milton Bradley Version)
b2. Intervention (Albert Van Abbe Version)
Label owner, Christian Gerlach recruited the young and very talented Alfredo Mazzilli, which already showed his skills with his latest releases on Edit Select Records or Planet Rhythm. In the EP, which is dedicated to the Babylonian gods, Alfredo takes us into worlds of sound that reminds us of a run through the jungle and arrivals at mighty temples.
Shamash opens the EP and prepares the mood for an ritual which is gonna to be celebrated. Wrong Assessment focuses the piece in its core, but in a deeper way and holds on to a heavy baseline. Ishtar reminiscent of an ceremony and the ep reaches its climax which is also continued in the Iori remix. The highenergy piece Marduck could be considered as an joyfully extract from this distant world.
With This Packet lanthan Audio combines the heavy architecture of old temples, but with an ease that welcomes the coming months with joyful anticipation.
A1. Shamash (Original Mix)
A2. Shamash (Wrong Assessment Remix)
B2. Ishtar (Iori Remix)
B3. Marduk (Original Mix)
Lanthan.audio, the newest label from Christian Gerlach, will release it’s debut EP as a special edition this July featuring an original mix from UK’s Edit-Select and spotlights remixes from two hypnotic troopers, Claudio PRC and Mike Parker.
Lanthan, literally, is a rare earth metal in addition to something hidden or evasive in terms of Greek mythology.
By combining music with both architecture and photography the goal is to not lose sight of all three art forms. Born out of the desire to deliver a diverse package, the label will feature innovative, indestructible, and powerful remixes from some of his most respected producers.
a1. Edit Select - Hi Line Extraction (Original Version)
b1. Edit Select - Hi Line Extraction (Mike Parker Version)
b2. Edit Select - Hi Line Extraction (Claudio PRC Version)
Lanthan.audio, the German label founded by Christian Gerlach, now presents its fourth release with a double LP featuring Urbano. The Brazilian-born German-based artist delivers 10 tracks where he expands different facets of his production skills.
The LP contains several powerful Techno pieces to get lost in his hypnotic rhythms as in A2 ‘Illusion’. Urbano explores his rave-like sounds with industrial grooves in B1 and D2. C2 ‘Travel Inside Your Head’ brings your mind into an acidic and loopy ecstasy combined with atmospheric cuts. Besides, B2 and D1 are your proper bangs to pump up your stamina, while C3 ‘Brother’ will definitely take you through a landscape of melodic beats.
Nevertheless, the talented DJ and producer illustrates his deep synth sounds in A1 and A3. Together with C1, ‘A Trip To Myself’ are clear examples of intense ambient voyages with melancholic vocals.
Once more, Lanthan.audio introduces a fresh name to their steadily fortifying roster, which keeps growing up with determination.
a1. Forget Your Memories
a3. Never Ending
b1. Protect The Revolution
b2. Control Your Mind
c1. A Trip To Myself
c2. Travel Inside Your Head
d2. What Goes Around Comes Back Around