There’s certainly been no shortage of good music reaching the Lower East A+R department recently so they’ve decided to make their next release a Various Artist’s EP, featuring eight fantastic original tracks. Inner circles vol. 1 features work from all three founding members, as well as a tasty selection of up and coming and established artists.
“YOUR EYES YOUR LIPS YOUR EVERYTHING
THE WAY YOU WALK THE WAY YOU TALK YOUR EVERYTHING
I JUST WANNA KNOW IF YOU’RE GONNA BE WITH ME
IF YOU’RE NOT WITH ME MY TIME’S NOT FREE
I’M FEELING LOVE”
“I’ve always been one to try and express myself through different mediums. With the help of director Carlos Dominicis at www.CafeteriaFilms.com, we were able to cook a little something up. We just wanted to mess around with our cameras and see what would come out of it.Thank you for the support”- Danny Daze
Following on from our preview of ‘High & Sexy EP’, we were hyped to hear Maceo Plex was re-releasing one of his favorite tracks with some new remixes on his own label, ELLUM Audio.
Bazar – Hard to Find was originally released on French label Basic Recordings back in 2004 and by including remixes by Danny Daze and Maceo Plex this EP has been well and truly brought into 2011. “People are constantly asking me what it is, so it only seemed fitting to re-release this with some updated remixes”
Recently voted Resident Advisor’s TOP LABEL for 2011, this compilation shows exactly why. The admirable Rebel Rave series is back for round two, showcasing new versions of the best releases from 2011′s most forwarding thinking label, Crosstown Rebels, with disc three mixed by high flying LA three-piece collective Droog. In what proved to be the biggest year to date, Rebel Rave returns with another three discs of upfront material from the Crosstown Rebels recent catalogue. Digging up treasures from their notorious artists Jamie Jones and head honcho Damian Lazarus, a sea of new faces in Russ Yallop, Fur Coat and Quenum, and highlights from seminal albums from the year from Deniz Kurtel, Art Department and Maceo Plex, the collection is a map of their climb to the top of the house music circuit. The first two discs are unmixed and span buried B-sides, reedits and remixes from some of this year’s biggest releases. Disc three is an illustrious stream of forthcoming and fresh material from the imprint stiched together by LA’s Droog. Hypnotic and alluring, this timeless journey cements a victorious year for both the imprint and its expanding family of artists. Continue reading