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Martin Glass – The Pacific Visions of Martin Glass
Wednesday, September 13th, 2017 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Martin Glass – The Pacific Visions of Martin Glass

Image: 1611936 We’re proud to present the first set of recordings from Martin Glass. Exiled in Taiwan working on a deal that never gets done, an American businessman falls under the hypnotic spell of the Pacific. His is an Asiatisch fever dream – seaside lovers, translucent virtual vocalists, glass-y ’80s synthesisers and multinational muzak. It’s an ode to Pacific bubble decadence, beamed from a lilo or a roof garden (or both)… all fizzing arpeggios, melancholy marimba symphonies and sunken yacht karaoke. In terms of sonic references: forgotten ’70s nippon pop, Sakomoto + Glass sweeping neo-classicism, Haruomi Hosono driftwood, Susumu Yokota floral pretty-ness… it’s all there somewhere…?

Tracklisting
1 Okinawa Fantasia
2 Sound & Image
3 Greetings from Under the Ocean
4 Paradise Bubble
5 Welcome to the Four Seasons
6 Reach the Beach
7 Acura Cruise
8 Floating to Work
9 Glasshouse at Izu
10 Fugue Pacific
11 Nippon Pavilion Available from 22.09.2017

Kevin Ward (Ft.Juste Voyant, Graham Mushnik) – The Fur Trap (7" + Book)
Thursday, August 14th, 2014 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Kevin Ward (Ft.Juste Voyant, Graham Mushnik) – The Fur Trap (7" + Book)

The Fur Trap is an illustrated short novel that comes with a 7″ vinyl soundtrack, released and published as a collaboration between writer Kevin Ward (Fancy Butcher comic books) and Catapulte Records. K. Ward describes it as a “Rock’n’Roll fairy tale …

Lord Echo – Just Do You
Thursday, November 3rd, 2016 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Lord Echo – Just Do You

Just Do You is the first single from underground super-producer Lord Echo’s hotly anticipated 3rd album ‘Harmonies’. So long has it’s gestation been that it has reached a status reserved only for the mythical and the absurd. Some say it will never be …

‘Follow Me To The Popcorn’ – the untold history of the Belgium Popcorn scene
Monday, August 29th, 2016 | Tags: ,
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Originating in Belgium at the tail end of the 1960s and into the 70s, Popcorn was a music and dance scene with an emphasis on often obscure black American records of the then recent past. Drawing immediate parallels with the UK’s Northern Soul scene from approximately the same time, young people would flock from all […]

Henri-Pierre Noel – The Reflex Revisions
Thursday, April 21st, 2016 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Henri-Pierre Noel – The Reflex Revisions

Three incredible re-works from French disco don The Reflex, for our very own legendary Canadian/Haitian keyboard wiz Henri-Pierre Noel. Funky Spider Dance is a percussion heavy bomb filled to the brim with Henri’s soaring piano licks and infectious fe…

Hospital Presents – Fast Warehouse Music (Hospital)
Friday, December 4th, 2015 | Tags: ,
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Following from the sounds of soul and jungle, chapter three of the “Fast Music” series dives into the deeper levels of drum & bass. Feat. Nu:Tone, Lynx, S.P.Y, Royalston, Rawtekk, Anile, Bop, Joe Syntax, Photek, Commix, Subwave, and many more.

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Release: 04-12-15
Chapter three of Hospital’s “Fast Music” series dives into the deeper levels of drum & bass
Monday, November 30th, 2015 | Tags: ,
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Following from the sounds of soul and jungle, chapter three of the “Fast Music” series dives into the deeper levels of drum & bass. “Fast Warehouse Music” draws forty-six tracks from the Hospital Records back-catalogue that rewind the clock to the days of the warehouse raves, swamping concrete jungles with all-surrounding subs from unforgiving sound-systems. […]

Evvol – Eternalism
Friday, June 12th, 2015 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Evvol – Eternalism

Image: 1597519 ‘Wonderfully bipolar music that explores the highs
and lows of both music and life ‘ i-D
‘Haunting, atmospheric, trance-pop … divinely
dissonant’ The Guardian
‘Cinematic and dreamlike’ The Fader
Next stages in a band’s life are meant to feel like
new chapters, but Evvol have pretty much opened
a new book.
The Berlin-based duo have reconvened, and a new
vitality is sparking.
Their debut album ‘Eternalism’ expands on that with
moments of both introspection and total release. A
new found positive energy radiates from the sounds
on this record, with every crack between the synths,
drums, vocals and guitar revealing complexities in its
minimalism.

TRACKLISTING
01 I See You (I am You)
02 Sola
03 Sirius A
04 Starcrossed
05 Your Love
06 No love
07 Vega
08 Denouement
09 Four Steps from Home

FOR FANS OF
Warpaint, Fever Ray, Chromatics, The Knife, Purity Ring

WEB LINKS
www.evvolmusic.com
https://www.facebook.com/evvolmusic
https://twitter.com/evvolmusic
www.k7.com Available from 24.07.2015

Black Strobe – Godforsaken Roads
Friday, September 19th, 2014 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Black Strobe – Godforsaken Roads

Image: 1590341 A small cellar in a smart building. A carefully curated collection of analogue synthesisers. A pot of
Brylcreem on a table. ZZ Top and Muddy Waters vinyl sitting in a corner in front of a gleaming guitar
and an old amplifier. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Arnaud Rebotini’s lair in Montmartre, Paris.
A hulk of a man, Rebotini may look physically impressive but inside he’s really a big softy who loves
singing the blues and has an almost carnal attachment to his keyboards and vintage drum machines.
His musical career is now divided between two projects: one uses his own name, Arnaud Rebotini,
releasing instrumental electronic albums, both nostalgic and futurist, that he plays live on stage –
alone – surrounded by his favourite machines. The other is Black Strobe, where he sings and plays a
steamy mix of rock and electronic music heavily influenced by blues and country ‘n’ western. The
project comes to life fully on stage with the energy of a four-person group.
In September 2014, Black Strobe will release his second album, Godforsaken Roads. The record
confirms Rebotini’s rock sensibility and debt to the great American tradition of songwriting, with
songs touching on the classic themes of the blues – the randomness of life, the very weight of
existence and the strong emotions that run just below the surface (love, lust, loneliness…). He
plunges into this world of the bayou, prison and the devil with real passion and the voice of crooner
often compared to Iggy Pop or Nick Cave.
Godforsaken Roads contains ten new tracks, including the latest singles Going Back Home and
Broken Phone Blues. The digital edition adds Boogie In Zero Gravity and The Girl From The Bayou
released as singles in 2012. On the album, Rebotini also reappropriates Folsom Prison Blues, a
Johnny Cash classic, once again with the aim of keeping the blues/country ‘n’ western flame alive
(the group’s first album already contained a cover version of Bo Diddley’s famous track I’m A Man).
This new version, entirely synth-led with not a guitar in sight, transports the song to another spacetime
continuum with swathes of keyboard worthy of Tangerine Dream, perfectly resuming the spirit of
Black Strobe in 2014.
However, don’t think that Godforsaken Roads is all retro – in fact it’s bang up to date, using
electronics, sometimes even of a disco slant, to give Black Strobe its futurist dimension. The album
allows Arnaud Rebotini to capture the spirit of America’s cowboy era and transport it to the present
day with resolutely modern production, much like the spirit of the blues that seeps from the music of
electro-pop idols Depeche Mode.
This contemporary western feel, both melancholic and polished, came to the notice of Quentin
Tarantino – who used Black Strobe’s cover version of I’m A Man for the trailer of Django Unchained
– and Dior, who chose the same track to advertise their perfume Eau Sauvage. By creating a link
between the past, present and future, the group’s music has also appealed to Martin Scorsese (the
trailer of The Wolf of Wall Street), Guy Ritchie (the soundtrack to RocknRolla) and the creators of the
videogame Grand Theft Auto V (GTA).
With this new album, layered and feverish, the group is back with renewed faith in the power of the
blues and a passion for motivating beats.

For fans of
Nick Cave , Depeche Mode, LCD Soundsystem, Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash…

TRACKLISTING
CD
1 – Broken Phone Blues
2 – Monkey Glands
3 – He Keeps On Calling Me
4 – Going Back Home
5 – Blues Fight
6 – For Those Who Came on Earth Thru The Devil Asshole
7 – Folsom Prison Blues
8 – Swamp Fever
9 – Dumped Boogie
10 -From The Gutter
11 – Promised Moon
12 – Boogie in zero Gravity

http://www.blackstroberecords.com http://twitter.com/rebotini Available from 03.10.2014

Total Reggae delivers cool vibes for hot summer nights
Tuesday, July 8th, 2014 | Tags: ,
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This edition to the Total Reggae series delivers cool vibes for the hot summer nights. Forty tracks of pure Jamaican reggae and dancehall including classic hits and unsung gems. Total Reggae: Summer Vibes is packed with 40 proved and tested Summer Vibes, hits songs ‘The Tide Is High’, ‘Oh Carolina’, ‘Mr Lover Man’, hit artists Shaggy, Gregory Isaacs, John Holt, and many […]

When Saints Go Machine – Infinity Pool
Thursday, June 6th, 2013 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on When Saints Go Machine – Infinity Pool

Image: 1580533 One of the clichés about Scandinavian countries is that they are neat and tidy, well ordered, clean. The same could not be said of Copenhagen four-piece When Saints Go Machine’s second full-length album, ‘Infinity Pool’. The opposite, in fact. It’s a record
born out of an atmosphere of chaos.
It’s harder, darker and more synthetic than its predecessors. It opens with ‘Love And Respect’, which features a guest vocal from Grammy award winning rap artist Killer Mike, who freewheels over chugging, synth-drenched beat. Elsewhere, ‘Dead Boy’ sees
Vonsild’s tremulous falsetto digitized and then floated over a semi-ambient soundscape, while ‘Infinity Killer’ pitches skittering sound effects against a low-end drone.
On the previous album, ‘Konkylie’, we tried to make machines simulate nature,” says Vonsild. “With ‘Infinity Pool’ we were trying to capture a feeling of the absurdity of mankind trying to construct nature. Maybe it’s something to do with being in the city.
You are always influenced by what’s going on around you.”
It’s also to do with the music that inspired them. “There are a lot of references to the early ’90s on the album,” says Vonsild. “It’s not a rave album, but there are a lot of elements of rave on there. ‘Degeneration’ sums up what we were trying to do. There are
some tracks on the album that could almost have been rave songs under other circumstances. I think that it’s one of the songs that I don’t think anyone else would have made.”
Rather than go at these rave influences full tilt, they did the opposite of what might be expected: they stripped them down and twisted them into new shapes. The dark undercurrent that coloured the band’s previous releases is intact, then. It’s
something that makes the fact that When Saints Go Machine won a string of awards in their native Denmark last year all the more surprising. Vonsild is sanguine about that kind of music industry approval.
While it’s nice to be liked, Vonsild says it’s far more important to challenge people as well as yourself. He says they felt nervous about the direction they took on ‘Infinity Pool’, unease that they were operating outside their comfort zone. “But,” he adds,
“that’s a good thing. Whenever you feel a bit scared about putting something out, that’s how you should feel as an artist.”

PREVIOUS ALBUM QUOTES
“Nikolaj Vonsild’s haunting, almost Arthur Russell-esque falsetto, layered with harmonies, slow-moving bass and cellos to make for an incredibly lush track” – XLR8R
“Dreamy, housey, Danish electropop, from a brilliant new EP.“ – Metro
“These four hotly tipped Copenhagen native’s made an icily lovely and plaintive piece of dance pop.“ – The Independent

FOR FANS OF Caribou / The Knife / Fever Ray / MGMT / Arthur Russell / Choir of Young Believers

WEBLINKS
https://www.facebook.com/pages/When-Saints-Go-Machine/10036951470?fref=ts
http://whensaintsgomachine.com/
https://twitter.com/WhenSaints

Tracklisting
Love And Respect Feat. Killer Mike
Infinity Killer
Iodine
Yard Heads
System Of Unlimited Love
Mental Shopping Spree
Degeneration
Mannequin
Order
Webs
Dead Boy
Slave To The Take In Your Heaven Available from 17.05.2013

Ill Boogs is ready to rock …
Thursday, March 10th, 2011 | Tags: , ,
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Ill Boogs is one of the UK’s top b-boys. He was one of the founding members of the Floor Science Crew and he went on to become a key member of the legendary Born To Rock and Sinstars Crews. But he’s not just a dancer, he’s been making beats for MC’s since 1991. Then in […]

Staff Charts 2010
Wednesday, December 22nd, 2010 | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,
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I figure it’s been a pretty epic year for music and our beloved industry. Seriously, I’ve got very little to complain about. To sum it up, 2010 was full of blown speakers, sweaty “Old Desperate Bitch” t-shirts and the surprising comeback of stage diving. Along the way we listened to huge piles of new albums, […]

Jed And Lucia
Monday, November 8th, 2010 | Tags: , ,
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Like the distant cousins of Jose Gonzales and Boards of Canada, Jed and Lucia’s songs have a pastoral sensibility that has been warped by their love for electronics. “Superhuman Heart” is a kaleidoscope of tunes dreamed-up and recorded in the hills, parks and woods of North Berkeley. Their vocal harmonies smack of classic 1960s Cali-pop, […]

Jed and Lucia’s songs have a pastoral sensibility that has been warped by their love for electronics …
Monday, October 18th, 2010 | Tags: , ,
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Like the distant cousins of Jose Gonzales and Boards of Canada, Jed and Lucia’s songs have a pastoral sensibility that has been warped by their love for electronics. “Superhuman Heart” is a kaleidoscope of tunes dreamed-up and recorded in the hills, parks and woods of North Berkeley. Their vocal harmonies smack of classic 1960s Cali-pop, […]

Long awaited solo debut album by legendary musician Michael Leonhart …
Tuesday, March 30th, 2010 | Tags: , ,
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Born into a musical family, Michael Leonhart has been making waves in the music and entertainment world since he was 17, when he was honored as the youngest Grammy recipient in history. Since then, he has become a highly sought after trumpet player, producer, composer, songwriter, and arranger. Over the past 10 years, Michael Leonhart […]

Staff Charts 2009
Monday, December 28th, 2009 | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,
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2009 wasn’t just the year everyone you know bought an iPhone, joined Twitter and put on a pair of gum boots to till their fields in Farmville. Actually it was also an exciting and eventful year for music – full of blown speakers, sweaty t-shirts and the surprising comeback of psychedelic rock. Along the way […]

Staff Charts 2007
Monday, December 17th, 2007 | Tags: ,
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It’s no big secret that 2007 was another shocker for our beloved industry. You probably heard about it in the news. Artists were so broke they had to start to work at McDonalds. Record labels went out of business. Distribution companies had to close their doors. And almost every music industry jibb-jabb complained about disastrous records sales, the fucking internet and all these god damned kids who don’t want to spend their money for music anymore.

But you know what? That’s only one side of the coin. The other truth is that 2007 was a freaking great year for new refreshing music. One more reason to ask around again what Groove Attack‘s employees have been listening to during the past twelve months.

On this occasion the entire Groove Attack family would like to wish everybody a Happy New Year. Enjoy your holidays. And buy more records in 2008 …

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