Monkey Safari – Odyssey (Remixes – Three)
Hommage (3) – HOME028
5 × File, WAV, EP
13 Jul 2018
1 Smalltown (Hernan Cattaneo & Audio Junkies Remix)
Remix – Audio Junkies, Hernán Cattáneo
2 Odyssey (Tensnake Remix)
Remix – Tensnake
3 Prologue (Phil Moffa Remix)
Remix – Phil Moffa
4 Helios (Reboot’s Sembal Helix Rework)
Remix – Reboot
5 Sign (ROD Remix)
Remix – Rod (16)
1: 122 BPM, E major
2: 123 BPM, A minor
3: 131 BPM, D minor
4: 125 BPM, G# major
5: 127 BPM, A major
Mathew Jonson – The Decompression Remixes Vol. 2
Freedom Engine – FE002
13 Jul 2018
Minimal Techno, House
A1 Decompression (GMT Remix)
Remix, Producer – Guy Gerber, Phil Moffa, Seth Troxler
A2 Decompression (Mike Shannon’s Re-compression Mix)
Remix, Producer – Mike Shannon
B1 Decompression (Deadbeat Remix)
Remix, Producer – Deadbeat
B2 Decompression (Natalia Escobar’s Coral Caisson Mix)
Remix, Producer – Natalia Escobar
Now out on The Corner and available from:
Mass Action is out in February on the UK imprint BleeD Music. This is a sick techno label out of London with killer artwork and releases. Very psyched to work with Volte Face and his label. A review in Mixmag:
Lots of excitement over here as we announce Rareforms, out November on Most Excellent Unltd. Shout to my brother from another, Paul Raffaele, for putting this record together. I can’t think of a better home for this project than his label. Also to Dietrich Schoenemann on the mastering and cut; this is the best sounding vinyl version of anything to leave my studio, no kidding. Thanks everyone for listening. We put a ton of work into this release. Salute.
New remix of Luciano classic by Seth and myself as LSOS, out in October on Cadenza. With a little help from Audion on the flip.
News on Resident Advisor
Shout out to Jackmaster for picking this tune for his !K7 compilation. All proceeds go to the original cause, Beating Heart UK to build schools and gardens for the children of Malawi. Out July 8th, 2016.
RA: Jackmaster helms next DJ-Kicks mix
From the ‘Beating Heart – Malawi’ album, available at http://lnk.to/oYQz0So
Each 1500 albums sold will feed a school of 500 children forever.
When Hugh Tracey (1903-1977) made 35,000 field recordings across Sub-Saharan Africa between the 1920s & 1970s, his intention was to reveal the beauty and complexity of the music to a world that saw little value in it. Building on Tracey’s vision, the income generated will be used to assist people in the areas where the music was originally recorded.