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A few new things I’m digging

Written by: 5 November 2010 4 Comments

Despite being separated from my record collection, I’m still on the hunt for new additions. For a change I’ve decided to chronicle a few of them here. And, fuck it, a few old things too.

Bubble Club ‘Lonely Acid’ (Brennan Greens remix)

It’s safe to say Brennan Green is a bit of a BMP fave. I’m a sucker for any remotely maurizio influenced stuff.

Cosmin TRG – Liebe Suende
Following on from his initial dubstep leanings Mr TRG is doing some nice house stuff. Been enjoying this one, rough, clonky, deep stuff now out on Rush Hour.

Yennek – Without
Kenny Larkin action, discovered via (I think) Peter Van Hoesen’s amazing set at labyrinth. It sounded great there.

Makam – Planet Pimp
A fairly innocuous track to be fair, but one I find myself going back to and mentally pitching down a whole bunch. I reckon the first part of this would be cool, slooowed down quite a lot.

Mark Ernestus vs Konono No1 – Masikulu Rhythm
I have to get my hands on this one. I like Konono No 1, but never been able to fit their stuff into a dj set. Mark Ernestus has come through with some insanely heavy remixes of their stuff. I need to get this and play it really loudly.

DVS1 – Polyphonic Love
Another big labyrinth record, it doesn’t work quite the same at home but did the trick at the time, so I like it.

Dennis Ferrer – The Red Room (Kyle Hall remix)

Kyle Hall’s stuff has all been so great this year that I’m at the point of accepting this one without having heard the whole thing.

Marcel Fengler – Enigma
Yeah, the sample’s been used before.

Mike Dehnert – Thermique
Getting into this guy’s productions lately.

Crue L Orchestra – More Than Paradise (Theo Parrish mixes)
Had to grab this one when I saw it in a record store this week (an advantage to living in Japan is easy access to these Japan based label releases). The ‘long version from Theo Parrish is a 17 min jazz/funk epic. Not to mention a more conventional house mix from the freaks on the other side. Beautiful stuff.


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