out now: Motor feat. Gary Numan – Pleasure In Heaven [CLRX]

Artist:
Motor featuring Gary Numan

Title:
Pleasure In Heaven

Label:
CRLX

Cat#:
CLRX04

Release Date:
29th October 2012

Format:
12″ & digital

Tracklist:
01)
Pleasure In Heaven
(Drumcell Remix)

02)
Pleasure In Heaven
(Xhin Remix)

03)
Pleasure In Heaven
(Original Mix)

Tracks 3 is digital-only.

Info:
Another limited edition picture disc with brand new remixes of the latest MOTOR single, taken from their recent milestone album “Man Made Machine” is coming out on CLRX. The featured vocalist on this fourth edition of the series is none other than Gary Numan, a true legend and another undisputed electronic music pioneer. He is equally known for his chart-topping hits in the 70s and 80s as for his signature sound of heavy synthesizer hooks and massively processed guitars who inspired countless acclaimed musicians of our time. MOTOR feat. Gary Numan “Pleasure In Heaven” is an encounter of two generations of gifted electronic musicians and could be considered a little piece of electronic music history itself.

For this challenging task the Singaporean dj/producer Xhin and the South Californian Drumcell, two cutting edge techno artists have been called on the remix duties and have delivered highly powerful and thrilling versions of this song. While Xhin uses Gary Numan’s vocals predominantly as atmospheric elements, enriching and enchanting the deep and driving track, Drumcell’s mix is almost like an alternative full vocal mix with a slow and mesmerizing yet raw and uncompromising approach.

Supremely honoring the innovative techno roots of MOTOR, both versions show a lot of the artist’s outstanding production skills and complement one another perfectly in their dissimilarity. Apart from the strictly limited collector’s item picture discs, CLRX4 is also available as digital downloads in all the popular online shops.

Listen:

Unofficial Video:
“Pleasure In Heaven (Original Mix)”

Related Release:
“Man Made Machine” album

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Websites:
Motor
Gary Numan
CreateLearnRealize

out now: Debasser – Captain Bass [Wide Records]

 

Artist:
Debasser

 

Title:
Captian Bass

 

Label:
Wide Records

 

Cat#:
WIDEMP3030

 

Release Date:
24th August 2012

 

Format:
digital

 

Tracklist:
01)
Captian Bass

02)
Captian Bass
(Posthuman Remix)

03)
Captian Bass
(Paul Blackford Remix)

 

Info:
To celebrate the 30th release from leading independent UK Bass label, WIDE Records, we are very proud to present the latest offering from Debasser. This release follows on from other sub heavy classics such as “The Texas Bass Line Massacre”, “The Tingler”, “Quite Erotic” as well as the classics “Fat Girls” and the original UK Bass anthem, “Dark Smile”. Having made his way into the record boxes of some of the greatest DJs around, including the likes of Richie Hawtin, Dave Clarke and Andrew Weatherall, Debasser is back with yet another masterful blend of woofer shaking sounds to satisfy ya’ll below the belt.! !

Debasser original came to light back in 2002 with the critically acclaimed “Fat Girls” on Novamute, still to this day the track remains a favourite of Richie Hawtin and has featured in his current international EXIT playlist. The follow up track, “Dark Smile” was met with similar acclaim and credit and put Debasser well and truly at the top of his game. His output has continued on a number of labels around the globe including Seed, Balkan and Input-Output as well as his own WIDE Records, each time approaching music production with his unique twist of bass drunk and treble high. This along with his infamous live shows has gained him much respect within the electronic dance scene and crowned him the king of UK Bass. Described by journalists as “genre busting” and “approaching genius point”, Debasser has never rested on one specific sound but continued to move and developed however he sees fit so long as the lows keep rolling and the vibe keeps party. ! !

Captain Bass is the follow up to The Texas Bassline Massacre and sees Debasser treating his bass more like a comic book and less like a slasher movie, stepping away from the saw-wave-tastic indulgence of past and onto more of a beer swigging super hero dance floor filler. The release features along side remixes by Posthuman and Paul Blackford, both creating dance floor genius in their own inevitable style. The only question remaining is….just WHO IS Captain Bass?!

 

Listen:

 

Full Track Streaming:

 

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Commercial Streaming Services:
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Websites:
Debasser
Debasser @ Facebook
Wide Records

 

[Download]: Crime & The City Solution – My Love Takes Me There

Artist:
Crime & The City Solution

Downloadable track:
My Love Takes Me There

Download hosted by Mute @ Soundcloud

Label:
Mute

Note:
New Track taken from upcoming album “American Twilight”

Websites:
Crime & The City Solution
Mute
Mute @ Facebook
Mute Germany @ Facebook

out now: AÑA – Basswalker Part I [Isolated System]

 

Artist:
AÑA

 

Title:
Basswalker Part I

 

Label:
Isolated System

 

Cat#:
ISO-001

 

Release Date:
5th November 2012

 

Format:
2×12″ & digital

 

Tracklist:
A)
On The Basswalk

B)
On The Basswalk
(Henning Baer Remix)

C)
On The Basswalk
(Norman Nodge Remix)

D)
On The Basswalk
(Musk Remix)

Actually the tracks are named “AÑA On The Basswalk”, “Henning Baer On The Basswalk” etc …

 

Info:
No one knows exactly how, or why it happened. We can only postulate. Perhaps it was rogue hydrogen atoms causing havoc again, or a particularly voracious wave of EM radiation hell bent on finding a good time. The point is, (in those days) such lude behavior was simply unacceptable: AÑA had become excited, too much so for the solar stiffs that swirled about her. And that System of hers—always buzzing around, refusing to share anything—it had to go. So both were exiled from that collision patch they called home, leaving AÑA and her System to wander the cosmos.

Some years passed. AÑA grew a little, but mostly she practiced her Basswalk—not this girly swooshy thing with your hips, but a real bolshy bovver boot stomp. After a while she got pretty good at it, she wanted to show her friends. Maybe they’d like to Basswalk too. Well, they couldn’t get enough of it—but no one did it quite like AÑA. Henning Baer’s had a bit more groove to it and this whole new tweaky hat element. Norman Nodge kept his pretty punchy, but all that time spent in Berghain had turned his Basswalk into a bit of a skulk. As for Musk, the boys inverted the whole thing of course—turned a disco trick, shifting the march down into more of a slinky house glide.

AÑA liked them all so much—and it was time Isolated System stopped being such a separatist—she decided to gather them all together to make Basswalker Part I. Now you can Basswalk too.

 

Listen:

 

Video:

Video created by the29nov films.

 

Record Release Party:
27.10.2012 Isolation 001 @ Generatorenhalle, Bremen (Germany)

 

Special:
Isolated System Podcast 1

 

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Hardwax (vinyl)
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deejay.de (vinyl)
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Websites:
AÑA
Isolated System