Fever Ray – Seven

Artist:
Fever Ray

Title:
Seven

Label:
Rabid Records

Cat#:
RABID043T

Release Date:
5th October 2009

Format:
12″ & digital downloads

Tracklist (12″):
A1 Seven (Crookers Remix)
A2 Seven (Marcel Dettmann’s Voice In My Head)
B1 Seven (Martyn’s Seventh Mix)
B2 Seven (CSS Remix)

Tracklist (digital download):
01 Seven (Edit)
02 Seven (CSS Remix)
03 Seven (Martyn’s Seventh Mix)
04 Seven (Crookers Remix)
05 Seven (Marcel Dettmann’s Voice In My Head)
06 Seven (Nick Chacona Strobelight Mix)
07 Seven (Seth Troxler Remix)
08 Seven (Marcel Dettmann Remix)

08 is available exclusive at Beatport only.

Info :

Listen:
Soundcloud

Buy:
juno.co.uk (physical)
deejay.de (physical)
Beatport (digital)
7Digital (digital)
itunes (digital)
Amazon UK (digital)
Amazon US (digital)
Amazon GER (digital)

Video:
feverray.com

Websites:
Fever Ray
Marcel Dettmann
Crookers
CSS
Nick Chacona
Rabid Records

out now: Hawkinson – Distance E.P. [Mueller Records]

 

Artist:
Hawkinson

 

Title:
Distance E.P.

 

Label:
Müller Records

 

Cat#:
Müller Records 2064

 

Release Date:
July 2009

 

Format:
12″ & Digital download

 

Tracklist:
01)
Distance

02)
Metal Working

03)
To Go Off

04)
Departure

 

Info :

 

Listen:
@deejay.de

 

Buy Vinyl:
deejay.de
djshop.de
web-records.com
vinylscratch.de

 

Buy Digital:
BeatPort Classic
Google Play
JunoDownload

 

Websites:
Hawkinson
Mueller Records

 

Out Now: Len Faki – “Death by house (Remixes)”

Artist:
Len Faki

Title:
Death by house (Remixes)

Label:
Cocoon Recordings

Cat#:
COR12065

Release Date:
September 2009

Format:
12″ & Digital download

Tracks:
01. Death by house (Adam Beyer & Jesper Dahlback Remix)
02. Death by house (A.Mochi Remix)
03. Death by house (Ed Davenport Remix)

Track 03 is digital-only!

Info :
Len Faki’s “Death By House” was undoubtedly the ultimate hit on the next to last Cocoon Compilation H, uniting the Techno and House floors worldwide in a sense of hedonism like no other track before. After more than one year, OstGut-/Berghain resident Len Faki is now leaving the echo of this conjuration of powerful Jack-House to very competent hands: Drumcode mastermind Adam Beyer, who already has reworked Faki’s biggest hit so far “Rainbow Delta”, and his Swedish companion Jesper Dahlbäck provide peak time entertainment deluxe. A bass kick that makes the earth shake, percussive Discotech is massaging your diaphragm before the programmatic announcement “House your body to the bass” gives the total loss of control a motto again. It’s even more astonishing that the second remix of the – at least in this country – rather unknown DJ Akihiro Mochizuki aka A.Mochi does not stay behind, regarding the energy level, thanks to a pulsing bass, clockwork effects and a fulminantly growing hands-in-the-air break. No wonder that besides Len Faki for his Figure label also Dubfire is using the services of the man from Tokyo for his Sci+Tec imprint.

Buy:
Cocoon Shop (physical)
BeatPort (digital)

Websites:
Cocoon Recordings
Len Faki @ myspace

new stuff from Mote-Evolver is coming on the 21st Sept.

MOTE012
Artist:
Ortin Cam

Title:
Carnage

Label:
Mote-Evolver

Cat#:
MOTE012

Release Date:
21st September 2009

Format:
12″ & Digital download

Tracks:
01. Carnage
02. Carnage (The Advent & Industrialyzer Remix)

Info :
“I’ve been playing Ortin’s track at big gigs for quite a while at peak times, with The Advent & Industrialyzer interpreting it its great to release these two fine pieces of work that have purpose and conviction” says Luke Slater about the next release on his Mote Evolver label. The boundary-pushing mind-set Slater brings to his own Planetary Assault Systems creations is a key characteristic of the music he selects for Mote Evolver. This release from Ortin Cam a prime example.

Being an influential player within Belgium’s evergreen techno scene, Ortin Cam’s music can best be described as rousing and straight-to-the-point. A regular contributor for leading labels such as Drumcode and Invasion, this single on Mote-Evolver represents another accolade in Cam’s upwardly mobile career.

The clue to what to expect from this record is in the title. Carnage is a highly purposeful, no-holes-barred, full force techno record. Constructed around firing snares and alternating loops of jittery and then drawn out horn snippets the overall effect is a high-octane track with a fierce rhythm and lots of tense energy.

The Advent & Industrialyzer (Kombination Research) present their combined force on the remix. The duo brings a groovier, more electronic vibe to the track; keeping the pulsing tension of the original and underpinning everything with a mechanical, hammer-like groove and multiple layers of undulating distorted acid.

Listen:
“Carnage”

“Carnage (The Advent & Industrialyzer Remix)”

Buy:
NEWS distribution (physical)
Beatport (digital)
ZeroInch (digital)

Websites:
Ortin Cam @ myspace
Mote-Evolver
Luke Slater