This is fuckin GANGSTA TECHNO!!
Ruzhynski Slava was born in 1989 in a small provincial town near Kiev the capital of Ukraine. His journey into the world of music began with the moment when one day his mother having come a home put it before the fact that she recorded it in the music school for lessons in playing guitar and piano. Since then Slava starts to gnaw granite musical science and after a while he did not imagine his life without music! After graduating from music school, begins to get involved in electronic music and his fascination with time acquires more serious forms. In the 16 years begins to learn on DJ, but eventually realizes that just be a DJ for him it is very small and seeking self-fulfillment in writing your own tracks. A year later, as an idea to create their own sound fully absorbed the mind of Ruzhynski, begin to appear first glimmers of success in producing music and his sound takes on forms of Techno and Tech House.
Getting locked down by the most solid of grooves, we are treated to tight bass and intricate stabs before getting lead to the anthemic breakdown. The most unusual samples are used to create the uplifting vibe, nostalgia fills the air as the breakdown unfolds, and a haunting vocal urges us to believe before we are thrown back in to the pit.
Men of the moment, Pleasurekraft, turn the original mix upside down and drive it to warped territory with their signature sample mangling and bigger-than-huge production, while wacky percussion and menacing sub bass add to the bouncy mayhem.
Release date: Dec 12, 2011
Sporting a cavernous approach, “Killing Me Softly” goes forth with a menacing synth stab and a down & dirty vocal over a booming rhythm section.
Christian Cambas takes over the first remix, with razor sharp hats in the lead and adds some big-room stabs over the ensuing mayhem while Stimpack & Norma present a locomotive of a remix with their pulsing sub bass and apocalyptic breakdown, completing the shattering third installement of the label.
Egyptian DJ & Producer, Omar Fayyad is certainly creating a scene for himself in the electronic music world. Omar always wanted to do more than just be a listener, and become more of a contributor. This time he teamed up with Stellar Fountain to show his smooth, floating sound on ‘Salute The Dorks’ EP.
The original mix builds slowly, using beautiful deep sound textures. The flow of the melody won’t let you down, Omar created an unbelievable relaxing atmosphere for our enjoyment.
Reelaux brings raw energy in his version. He minimalised the melodies, and added a pounding groove which leads into a suprising breakdown, where the composition turning into a dubstep theme. Surely will kill on the dancefloor!
01. Alveol – Behind the sun
02. Jesus Dominguez – Ghost by night
03. Max Cooper – Miocence (Super Flu mix)
04. Trifonic – Lies (Alain Ho’s Sleep no more mix)
05. Benny Rodrigues – It’s A Spiritual thing (Patrick Chardonnet mix)
06. Alex Q – Sternwarte
07. Andre Galuzzi & Dana Ruh – A Trambolla
08. BP – Ballerina
09. Francys – Crossing The White Line
10. Simon Garcia – Tears In Vain
11. Tahloula – We play house (m.a.n.d.y.’s sweatbox remix)
12. Jesus Gonsev – Floating City (The Timewriter mix)
13. Nick Warren – Rumbletump
14. Pablo Acenso – Stop thinking
15. Killahurts – West on 27th (Guy J mix)
16. Infusion – Love & Imitation (Guy j mix)
17. Henry Saiz – La Marea
18. Guy J & Henry Saiz – Meridian
19. Deepfunk – Upon a lilac sea
Spektre continue their slew of successful collaborations, teaming up with Matt Cooper once again for “The Chemist”. Starting off the EP with laboratory beeps worthy of the title, a rumbling bass takes over while detailed drum programming and a haunting, distorted vocal make up this rolling Techno slab. Secret Cinema uses the atmospherics from the original and completely turns the rhythm section around adding shuffling percussion and hypnotic grooves over a rubber-band baseline.
Marc Romboy’s Systematic Recordings look to inspire once again with the release of an exclusive ‘Mini-Album” from the Swiss producer, Ripperton.
Following the huge success of “Niwa”, his album for Joris Voorn’s Green imprint and riding the constant wave of support for his productions on Music Man, Freerange, CLR, Versatile and of course his very own Perspectiv imprint, Ripperton looks to continue and further his reign as one of the most respected producers in the business with the release of “Lost In Colours.” Continue reading