Premiere | Haunted Strasse & Young Drums: “Connection”

DATE:
July 2nd, 2020
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Mexico is on fire and one massive collaboration is ready to do some serious dancefloor damage. Cani, from our beloved Zombies in Miami, and Young Drums, the Salamanca originated talented duo, gave birth to Haunted Strasse & Young Drums, and their debut release will be out on their label Haunted Space Records. A 4-track EP with the finest, powerful electro cuts and we couldn’t expect less from their creators. Both Cani and Young Drums are what we call hybrid; they combine different kinds of music, making themselves sound deep and dark but vibrating and bright at the same time.

Today we are excited to premiere the EP’s first smashing track, “Connection”. Making its entry with an industrial, strong beat, you sense early the tune’s dark electro-and electrifying- atmosphere, with arpeggiated synths playing a prominent role. Its harsh, EBM style sound gets softened by a gentler synth drifting melody, which as the end approaches enters the acid zone. The awkward echoed vocals match perfectly with the rest elements of this awesome, dynamic track. It’s gonna be every DJ’s peak-time choice. Listen to “Connection” and enjoy the ride!

Haunted Strasse & Young Drums debut EP “Connection” drops on July 3 via Haunted Space Records. Pre-order it here.

Words: Elice

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While Yuksek’s much loved fourth album “Nosso Ritmo”, perhaps his most natural album to date, is still on repeat on our car stereo, the French electro-pop maestro and Partyfine label founder dropped the first batch of remixes from his recent record. The “Nosso Ritmo Remixes” – Part 1 features some quality remixes of the album’s standout cut “Gorgeous” by the likes of Dombrance, Mighty Mouse, Chloé and Jack Burton. The remix EP also includes an extended disco mix.

To celebrate the release of “Nosso Ritmo Remixes” (Part 1), we are delighted to premiere a superb remix of Yuksek’s “Cadenza”, a tropical-flavored summer jam featuring Parisian duo Polo & Pan, by Boys’ Shorts, the production duo of Vangelis, one half of LAGASTA and Greek-born, London-based producer and DJ Tareq. In the hands of Boys’ Shorts, the original cut turns into a gorgeous club-ready number. Just perfect for the late summer nights. Better yet, it’s available for free download. Grab it now exclusively on LAGASTA.

The “Nosso Ritmo Remixes” (Part 1) is out now via Partyfine / Sweat It Out. Buy it here.

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Premiere | Señor Chugger: “Once Again”

DATE:
June 29th, 2020
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After releasing EPs on David Vunk’s Moustache Records and Jennifer Cardini’s Dischi Autunno, French producer Kendal is now launching with Paul Guglielmi his own imprint proudly based in Toulouse: Ritmo Fatale.

The label’s first release is a five-track VA, entitled “Velvet Dream”, which features cuts by the likes of Pablo Bozzi, Arabian Panther, David Carretta & Kendal, Lennart, and Señor Chugger. Accodring to the label, this first installment clearly sets the ideas and aesthetics behind Ritmo Fatale. From italo disco to EBM, new beat to trance, expect a variety of these 80s and 90s sounds with a current and futuristic twist, all of it highly influenced by Darios Argento alienated nightmares and Dickians dystopias.

Today we’re psyched to premiere the record’s closer “Once Again”, a great tune from Bristol maestro Señor Chugger. Part of the mighty Moustache Family, Señor Chugger embodies the new generation of italo disco producers. With “Once Again” he gives us an euphoric and totally epic ride. Blast it above, exclusively on LAGASTA.

The “Velvet Dream” EP arrives on July 3 via Ritmo Fatale. Pre-order it here.

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It’s not their first collaboration and hopefully, it’s not their last, because every time these three come together, another great thing is created! Chilean producer Alejandro Paz and Berlin-based duo Local Suicide deliver a new ominous and ethereal EP on Nein Records.

“Peacock” is here with gritty beats and energetic vocals sure to spark revitalization in the new wave scene. Alejandro from Santiago de Chile is known for his vibrant stage presence, dazzling vocals, and his relentless grooves. In combination with the underground, energetic fusion, Munich-born Brax Moody and Thessaloniki native Vamparela of Local Suicide, offer this united work to create dexterity and elasticity within the slow techno and acid house genre. The “Peacock” EP features the title track and three striking remixes by Tronik Youth, Stockholm Syndrome, and Gegen Mann.

Today we are excited to premiere Tronik Youth’s amazing upbeat and percussive remix of “Peacock”. The prolific UK producer and Nein Records boss Neil Parnell makes “Peacock” brighter, offering up a synth forward dance variation. The harsh snare drum alongside this fantastic electro bassline and the electroclash vocals give the track an industrial touch. Get ready to dance and push the repeat button! Listen to the track above and enjoy the ride!

The “Peacock” EP will be out on Beatport July 3rd and released everywhere July 17th via Nein Records. Pre-order it here.

Words: Elice

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Premiere | Cantor: “Recurrent (Alexander Robotnick Remix)”

DATE:
June 18th, 2020
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We introduced you to California based producer, musician, and DJ Cantor when we shared a top notch rework of his track “Hannet’s Dream” by Modular Project back in April. Now he’s back with hi great new EP “Convergence” on his own label Underground Pacific, after delivering some quality tunes on labels such as Correspondant, Trafico Music and Motordiscs. The “Convergence” EP is an emblematic rendering of Cantor’s attitude in sonic form – a sampling from his consciousness. Four tracks, three originals, and one remix, influenced by new wave and post punk, the record presents auditory concepts through which to explore the fundamentals of Cantor’s music: distortions, psychedelia, romanticism, and sonic cheerfulness.

With the original track “Recurrent” being simply majestic, today we are excited to premiere the track’s acid remix by the one and only Alexander Robotnick, who infuses the tune with his own character offering to the clubbers a mesmerizing atmospheric dance-floor trip. We love the repetitive arpeggiator motives, the hi-hats, and the strong beat. It’s one of those tunes that when you listen to, you close your eyes and you feel your body moving. Blast the track above, exclusively on LAGASTA.

Cantor’s “Convergence” EP drops on June 22nd via Underground Pacific. The EP’s vinyl edition is carefully tended featuring a unique contribution of the Italian artist Fabio Baggio (artbajo). Pre-order it here.

Words: Elice

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Premiere | Ferrari: “Nene”

DATE:
June 11th, 2020
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After the success of the recent excellent charity compilation, Rollover Milano Records return with its new release by the latest Italian artist to join the crew: Ferrari. This talented young producer immediately reveals his refined musical taste, validating the expectations linked to his very famous last name.

Born and raised in the outskirts of Milan, Andrea Ferrari began playing drums in post-punk bands at a young age, eventually becoming a producer. His four-track debut EP on Rollover Milano Records embodies all his early influences that defined his teens: Neu!-like dystopian guitars, dreamy Middle-Eastern flutes, and all the typical Norwegian-house/disco basslines, percussion and arpeggios, space rock and ethnic music. The record includes three original club-ready tracks, and a remix of “Talk” by DFA stalwart Juan MacLean. Today, we’re psyched to premiere the EPs title track, a serious percussive dancefloor slammer and all round absolute banger of a tune. Fasten your seatbelt and ride with us!

Words: Elice

The “Nene” EP will drop on June 19th via Rollover Milano Records.
Pre-order your copy here.

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Premiere | Shan: “Nordring Trance”

DATE:
June 3rd, 2020
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It’s premiere time with a debut 4-track EP by the super talented producer and DJ Victor Shan via our beloved Live At Robert Johnson. As the name states Live at Robert Johnson is the associated label of the respected – and one of the best in the globe – venue in Offenbach, Germany and incorporates what the club stands for. The imprint has been establishing a solid ground for the new Frankfurt sound since 2009. LARJ not only features seasoned veterans, but likewise emerging talents and those already paving their way with quality productions. Victor, from the outskirts of Frankfurt, is best known, apart from his interaction with the mighty Gerd Janson, for his high quality house music and his dynamic evolution. All these nights spent at the Robert Johnson club, at Nordring 131 in Offenbach, are honored with his debut EP “Nordring”; from the dancefloor to the studio.

Today we are excited to premiere the A-side’s track “Nordring Trance”; an absolute eargasm. The tune is a cosmic ride to the essence of deep house music with its sounds unfolding so harmoniously that they get stuck in your mind. The capturing deep synth bass, lush detuned amazing synths in a vast variety and full-bodied analogue soundscapes, all underpinned by a pleasing steady beat, create an intense, great track, perfectly suitable for the dancefloors we’ve all missed so much. Blast the track above and enjoy the ride!

Shan’s “Nordring” EP arrivs on June 5th via Live At Robert Johnson. An exclusive bonus track awaits those who buy the digital EP, so we recommend you get both vinyl and digital.

Pre-order it here.

Words: Elice

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Premiere | Cavego: “Huldra”

DATE:
May 20th, 2020
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You think about Norway and what first comes to mind is its breathtaking landscapes. Well, that’s not our case though. Exceptional disco soundscapes is what primarily pops into our heads and rising Norwegian producer Even Hymer Gillebo, aka Cavego, is one of the causes Now, he returns to Eskimo Recordings with his gorgeous second EP “Dovregubben” and he’s not just maintaining what he has built with his previous one, 2018’s debut EP “Gudbrandsdalen”, establishing himself as one of the most amazing and talented artists in the Nordic cosmic disco world, but he’s heading one step further; he reassures us that disco music is in the right hands and we are so happy about that.

The “Dovregubben” EP is inspired by the Norwegian culture with the title itself being a reference from Henrik Ibsen’s famous work “Peer Gynt”. The record is an immensely colourful tribute to the 80’s dancefloor; 4 tracks of shimmering, uplifting electronic music that taste like honey in our ears.

Today we are delighted to premiere the EPs new track “Huldra”, a perfect slice of cosmic disco, named after a seductive Scandinavian forest spirit. What captures you from the very first seconds is the ethereal transparent wordless chants alongside the playful, dancy beat, blending with a vast array of sublime synth riffage. You just get bewitched by this great tune and you can’t get enough of it; it’s perfect for our favorite rides, for the sunset by the beach and for that special night in the club with you dancing carefree. Listen to the track above and enjoy the ride!

The “Dovregubben” EP will drop on both digital and vinyl formats on June 12th via Eskimo Recordings. Pre-order it here.

Words: Elice

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Premiere | Kito Jempere: “Laima”

DATE:
April 30th, 2020
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St Petersburg-based producer and DJ Kirill Sergeev, aka Kito Jempere, will drop a new collection of very first tunes he made during few years ago, between 2012 and 2015, exlusively via his Bandcamp page. The 11-track “The Slept On: Early years of Kito Jempere music you passed by 2012—2015” compilation collects some quality tracks, which was released on labels such as Freerange Records, Dirt Crew, Let’s Play House, Fata Morgana, Lo Recordings and Glenview Records or didn’t made it to any record. For Kito Jempere it’s a great chance to dive in 2012 feelings once again, for you, hope just to have little fun with it.

Today, we’re delighted to premiere a previously unreleased track called “Laima” off his upcoming collection, and it’s yet another fine example of Kito Jempere’s unmistakable style. Speaking about the track, Kito says: “‘Laima’ was the one which hadn’t reach it’s home twice, first it was for one UK vinyl only label supposed to be a split with project Lesca — now Poima, guys who were running great Rabitsa venue in Moscow and now they run Mutabor. Then something went wrong and track was hunted by Roberto Rodriguez for his serenades but during the years It was on the shelf, which is good I think as now it sounds kinda even more solid. Happy to do it on 1st may of 2020 in this super strange times. Hope you all safe and sound and still staying home in good mood.”

“The Slept On: Early years of Kito Jempere music you passed by 2012—2015” drops on May 1st. Pick up your copy here.

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Premiere | Jacques Renault: “No Strings Attached”

DATE:
April 29th, 2020
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New York’s Let’s Play House label continues its fine run of form with a great new four-tracker “LPHWHTE”, the third installment of the 12-inches series of quality edits and reworks, which follows 2017’s “LPHWHTDD” and 2016’s “LPHWHTD”. As with the previous two releases, the new collection gathers four perfectly crafted tunes from the Let’s Play House extended family, including Jacques Renault, Kristy Harper, Laroze and Keita Sano.

Today, we’re psyched to premiere the record’s opener “No Strings Attached”, a disco edit by the one and only Jacques Renault. Once again, our beloved edit maestro delivers the goods, a glorious string-led disco affair that clocks in at nearly seven minutes, and we can’t get enough of it. Just pure class. Blast it above, exclusively on LAGASTA.

The “LPHWHTE” EP will drop on both digital and vinyl formats on May 29 via Let’s Play House. Pre-order it here.

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