out now: Dina Summer – Headhunter [Iptamenos Discos]

 

Artist:
Dina Summer

 

Title:
Headhunter

 

Label:
Iptamenos Discos

 

Cat#:
tba

 

Release Date:
06th April 2022

 

Format:
download

 

Tracklist:
01.
Headhunter

 

Press Info:
Dina Summer releases a cover version of the EBM hymn ‘Headhunter’ by Belgian legends Front 242!

Dina Summer is a collaborative band project by djs / producers Kalipo and Local Suicide, fronted by Greek native Dina P..

 

Full Track Streaming:
“Headhunter”

 

Video:

Video made by Cocaya_

 

Specials:
Local Suicide – “Takeover La Culottée 10 ans – 31 Mars 2022”

Kalipo – “live @ Mensch Meier 2020 / United We Stream | Arte Concerts”

 

Recommendations:
Kalipo & Local Suicide’s “Wunderbar EP” on Hold Your Ground
Kalipo & Local Suicide’s “Dominator EP” on Hold Your Ground
Kalipoe’s “Yaruto (B-Sides & Remixes)” on Antime
Kalipoe’s “Yaruto” on Antime
Local Suicide’s “We Can Go Everywhere EP” on Bordello A Parigi
Theus Mago & Local Suicide’s “Komm ins Loch EP” on Duro
alll stuff on Iptamenos Discos we featured

 

Free Download:
Hypeddit

 

Websites:
Dina Summer
Iptamenos Discos

 

out now: Depeche Mode – Black Celebration | The 12″ Singles [Mute Records | Sire Records]

 

Artist:
Depeche Mode

 

Title:
Black Celebration | The 12″ Singles

 

Label:
Mute Records | Sire Records

 

Cat#:
12DMBOX05 | tba

 

Release Date:
31st May 2019 (vinyl)
18th March 2022 (digital)

 

Format:
vinyl, download & streaming

 

Tracklist :
01.
Stripped
(Highland Mix)

02.
But Not Tonight
(Extended Remix)

03.
Breathing In Fumes

04.
Fly On The Windscreen
(Quiet Mix)

05.
Black Day

06.
A Question Of Lust

07.
Christmas Island
(Extended Version)

08.
People Are People
(Live In Basel)

09.
It Doesn’t Matter Two
(Instrumental)

10.
A Question Of Lust
(Minimal)

11.
A Question Of Lust
(Remix)

12.
Christmas Island

13.
If You Want
(Live In Basel)

14.
Shame
(Live In Basel)

15.
Blasphemous Rumours
(Live In Basel)

16.
A Question Of Lust
(Extended Remix)

17.
Black Celebration
(Live – Birmingham N.E.C – April 10, 1986)

18.
Something To Do
(Live)

19.
Stripped
(Live – Birmingham N.E.C – April 10, 1986)

20.
A Question Of Time
(New Town Mix)

21.
A Question Of Time
(Live – Birmingham N.E.C – April 10, 1986)

22.
Black Celebration
(Black Tulip Mix)

23.
More Than A Party
(Live)

 

Press Info:
A 2019 limited edition box set containing replica 12″ singles taken from the album “Black Celebration”.

Along with the 12″ singles, there was a download card included, allowing the buyer to download all the tracks as uncompressed 16 bit WAV files.

Also contained in the box set was a replica UK promo poster for “A Question Of Lust”.

The boxes were made by Sony globally. Boxes sold in North America had a different card on the back of the box, with North American release credits and logos (Sire, Rhino).

 

Snippets:

 

Recommendations:
all stuff from Depeche Mode and related artists we featured

 

Buy Vinyl:
Deejay
WOM
Decks
more soon

 

Buy Download:
Qobuz
7Digital
iTunes
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Websites:
Depeche Mode
Mute Records
Sire Records
Sony Music

 

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out for a while: Rubén Seoane – Disinformation EP [Persephonic Sirens]

 

Artist:
Rubén Seoane

 

Title:
Disinformation EP

 

Label:
Persephonic Sirens

 

Cat#:
PS012

 

Release Date:
04th February 2022

 

Format:
vinyl, download & streaming

 

Tracklist:
01.
File 19

02.
Acid Gate

03.
Disinformation

04.
Countdown

 

Press Info:

 

Full Track Streaming:

 

Special:
“Dominant Streaming 01 Anniversary”

 

Recommendations:
all stuff on Persephonic Sirens

 

Buy Vinyl:
Ancient Methods @ Bandcamp
Hardwax
more soon

 

Buy Download:
Ancient Methods @ Bandcamp
JunoDownload
Qobuz
Hardwax
Clone Digital
TraxSource
Beatport
7Digital
more soon

 

Commercial Streaming Services:
Tidal
Qobuz
Spotify
Deezer
Youtube Music

 

Websites:
Rubén Seoane
Ancient Methods, head of Persephonic Sirens

 

out now: Alanas Chosnau & Mark Reeder – Life Everywhere [MFS]

 

Artist:
Alanas Chosnau & Mark Reeder

 

Title:
Life Everywhere

 

Label:
MFS

 

Cat#:
MFS71921

 

Release Date:
25th March 2022

 

Format:
download & streaming

 

Tracklist:
01.
Why?

02.
All You Need To Love

03.
Ice
[feat. Shark Vegas]

04.
Life Everywhere

05.
Love Can’t Turn To Fear

06.
I Wonder

07.
The Void Empire

08.
Last Night

 

Press Info:
This is the second album by Alanas Chosnau & Mark Reeder.

After the thaw of the Cold War and throughout the 1990s, Germany stood on the edge of positive progress and experienced a true feeling of freedom, and with the fall of the Berlin Wall and collapse of communism in Europe, the World breathed a sigh of relief. We all danced together in love, peace and unification. While the West let liberty run naked and dance in the streets to Techno, it also fell head over heels to do business with the East. Those countries emerging from the crippling chains of communism, became fearful that they would be taken advantage of, and therefore, they gave in to the crazed gangsters who craved for power, which they achieved through subversion, corruption and lies. On the surface however, the fear of imminent nuclear holocaust had finally been lifted, and happiness pointed the way towards a bright and optimistic future. At last, the Cold War was over. Or so we thought. Twenty- two years later, and it now seems the World is spiralling out of control once again, falling into a 21st Century version of the dark ages. George Orwell’s 1984 is actually becoming reality. Lies has replaced Truth, War is now a Peace mission, and Freedom is Slavery. Our one-time business partners are now our enemies. Ecstasy is indeed, a crime in the 21st Century. All around the Globe, humanity is confronted by über-paranoid authoritarian leaders, each bent on maintaining power at whatever cost to their country, and their people. As we stepped into this second decade of the 21st Century, the desire to return to those good old Cold War years of the 80s, had already started to manifest itself in popular culture. Not only did we see a return of the old guard, but also a new crop of young Artists were beginning to emerge, mixing every music genre that had preceded them, into a new musical cocktail.

However, it now looks like the retro nostalgia for the good ol’ 80s has returned in full, not only in the form of synthesized sound, or ABBA, but we are back to borders, hatred and division between East and West and the Cold War has suddenly become, very hot. This was the backdrop under which we composed the songs for Life Everywhere. On the surface, the songs appear to be love songs, but in reality, their subjects are veiled, clandestine warnings – to protect the innocent – thus giving the listener the opportunity to interpret them as they wish. The songs take the standpoint of what living under a strict authoritarian regime is like today, or what would it be like if suddenly you found yourself in such a life changing situation. A few of the songs are directed at these narcissistic leaders, or from their imagined viewpoint. Ice is about two lovers breaking up, but it is basically a metaphor for two countries that were once united. Alanas certainly knows all about living under a totalitarian regime. As a small child he lived in Saddam Hussain’s Iraq, and he grew up in what was then the Eastern Bloc – the Soviet Union, now it is Lithuania. Mark has lived in West-Berlin since 1978 and has experienced life in the East and West. STOLEN are from Chengdu, China. “When we started recording this album, we were fearful that the 45th President might win the US election and drag the USA deeper into nu-fascism or worse. We decided to follow on with the similar subliminal messages, as with our first album ‘Children of Nature’ – which also touched on political themes, as well as environmental subjects” This album is our way of bringing East & West together. For it is we the people, who want to live in peace and not have our dreams and desires destroyed by one man’s thirst for war and infamy. The cover artwork of Life Everywhere by Stephanie Hamer, resembles the style of 1930s Soviet posters, and it depicts a man, trying to get out of the prison cage of the World – where there is only one way out – only one escape. Due to the War in Ukraine, we decided to bring the release date forward so we could send the music to the Ukrainian troops fighting their Invaders and the Russians fighting their tyrants, in the hope it will inspire them. After all, together on the dancefloor we are ALL equal.

 

Full Track Streaming:

 

Special:
Mark Reeder – “Music & Interview [NovaFuture Blog Exclusive Mix]”

 

Recommendations:
“Storm Warning EP” by Alanas Chosnau & Mark Reeder on MFS
album “Children Of Nature” by Alanas Chosnau & Mark Reeder on MFS
“Natural Selection EP” by Alanas Chosnau & Mark Reeder on MFS
compilation “Five Point One” w/ Mark Reeder on Kennen
compilation “Collaborator” w/ Mark Reeder on Factory Benelux
Mark Reeder’s “Mauerstadt” on Kennen

 

Buy Download:
Mark Reeder @ Bandcamp
Qobuz
iTunes
Beatport
Deezer
more soon

 

Commercial Streaming Services:
Tidal
Qobuz
Spotify
Deezer
Apple Music
Youtube Music

 

Websites:
Mark Reeder
Alanas Chosnau
MFS

 

out now: Visitor | XTR Human – Technofossil | G.O.L.D (Remixes) [Braid Records]

 

Artist:
Visitor | XTR Human

 

Title:
Technofossil | G.O.L.D (Remixes)

 

Label:
Braid Records

 

Cat#:
BR003

 

Release Date:
18th March 2022 (vinyl)
06th May 2022 (digital)

 

Format:
vinyl, download & streaming

 

Tracklist Vinyl:
A1.
Visitor
Double Life
(Kontravoid Remix)

A2.
Visitor
Precious Moments
(Morah Remix)

A3.
Visitor
Digital Game
(Xarah Dion Remix)

A4.
Visitor
It’s All Over (For You)
(Sarin Remix)

B1.
XTR Human
Leben Ohne Licht
(Qual Remix)

B2.
XTR Human
Angst
(Visitor Remix)

B3.
XTR Human
Dark Germany
(Filmmaker Remix)

B4.
XTR Human
Keine Heimat
(Oliver Remix)

 

Tracklist Digital:
01.
Visitor
Double Life
(Kontravoid Remix)

02.
Visitor
Precious Moments
(Morah Remix)

03.
Visitor
Digital Gamet
(Xarah Dion Remix)

04.
Visitor
It’s All Over (For You)
(Sarin Remix)

05.
XTR Human
Leben Ohne Licht
(Qual Remix)

06.
XTR Human
Angst
(Visitor Remix)

07.
XTR Human
Dark Germany
(Filmmaker Remix)

08.
XTR Human
Keine Heimat
(Oliver Remix)

09.
Visitor
Double Life
(XTR Human Remix)

10.
XTR Human
Fleisch
(Random Starlight Remix)

 

Press Info:
Split remix record by Visitor & XTR Human strictly limited to 200 copies.

 

Full Track Streaming:

 

Recommendations:
XTR Human’s “Verfall EP” on Orden
Termination_800’s “Opfor Target” w/ XTR Human collab on Crave Tapes

 

Buy Vinyl:
XTR Human @ Bandcamp
Deejay
Red Eye Records
more soon

 

Buy Download:
XTR Human @ Bandcamp

 

Websites:
Visitor
XTR Human
Braid Records